Adewara Sunday Olabisi Profile

DOCTOR ADEWARA SUNDAY OLABISI


   

Economics

adewara.sunday@lmu.edu.ng

Dr. Adewara Sunday Olabisi graduated from University of Ilorin as the best economics student in 1995. He spent some years in private establishments before he joined the Department of Economics, Faculty of Business and Social Sciences, University of Ilorin, Nigeria as a graduate assistant in 2002. He obtained his M.Sc Economics from the same institution in 2006. In 2008, he was a Tutor in the Department of Economics, University of Western Cape, South Africa. Subsequently, he had his Doctoral Degree (Ph.D) in Economics from the School of Economics, Faculty of Commerce, University of Cape Town, South Africa in 2012. Adewara was appointed as a post doctoral research fellow under the supervision of Prof. Martine Visser of the School of Economics, Faculty of Commerce, University of Cape Town, South Africa in 2012. On returning to Nigeria, Adewara lectures in the Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ilorin but voluntarily resigned his appointment to joined the Department of Economics, College of Business and Social Sciences, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Nigeria as a Senior lecturer in 2015. Adewara Ph.D thesis was awarded the third best Ph.D thesis in Nigeria by the Nigerian Economic Society in 2013. He had several publications in Journals and chapters in books both locally and internationally. He is an associate research fellow in the EPRU research Unit, School of Economics, University of Cape Town, South Africa. He is happily married to Mrs Oluwayemisi Adewara and blessed with wonderful children.

1.Adewara S.O., Ijaiya, G.T., Arosanyin, G.T., Bello, R.A., and Atoyebi, G.O. (2015): Health Risks in Poor Households in Nigeria. Ilorin Journal of Economic Policy Vol.1, No.1. Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ilorin.

 

2.Ferdinand M. Vieider, Thorsten Chmura, Tyler Fisher, Takao Kusakawa, Peter Martinsson, Frauke Mattison Thompson, Adewara Sunday (2014): Within- versus between-country differences in risk attitudes: implications for cultural comparisons Theory and decision DOI 10.1007/s11238-0 1-12 New York, USA Springer http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11238-014-9418-3#

 

3.Adewara S.O (2014), Analysing Gaps in Stunting During Political Transition in Nigeria. Ilorin Journal of Business and Social Sciences. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ilorin

 

4.Adewara S.O., Oshodi, A. and E. Oloni (2013): Ethnic diversity and Provision of public goods in Nigeria Entrepreneurial Journal of management sciences Vol. 2(1) 1-26. College of Management Sciences, Al-Hikmah University, Nigeria

 

5.Oloni E, Joseph and Adewara S.O.(2013). Inflation targeting in Nigeria. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences Vol. 60. 110-121. ISSN 1450-2275. http://www.europeanjournalofeconomicsfinanceandadministrativesciences.com/issues/EJEFAS_60.html

 

6.Adewara S.O And Visser M.(2013). Basic services and subjective well-being: A panel evidence from South Africa. Centrepoint Journal, Ilorin.Vol.16(2) 257-274 University of Ilorin, Nigeria

 

7.Adewara S.O And Visser M.(2013) The effects of sources of water and sanitation on children weights in Nigeria Lapai International Journal of Management and Social Sciences- LIJOMASS. Vol.6 (1&2) 123-136. Faculty of Management and Social Sciences, Ibrahim Babangida University, Nigeria

 

8.Adewara S.O And Oloni E.F. (2013): An analysis of Regional Inequality in Underweight in Nigeria International Journal of Development and Sustainability Vol.2(4) 2402- 2413 Japan International Society for development and sustainability, ISDS www.isdsnet.com/ijds

 

9.Oloni E. F. and Adewara S.O (2013): Macroeconomic Effects of Central Bank Independence and Transparency: The case of Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development Vol. 4(9) 18-27 London, NW 16JJ, UK The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE), UK http://www.advert.unilorin.edu.ng/publication.php

 

10.Adewara S.O and Visser M. (2012)The effects of democratic rule on households access to drinking water in Nigeria Lapai International journal of management and social sciences- LIJOMASS. Vol.5(1&2) 13-23. Faculty of Management and Social Sciences, Ibrahim Babangida University, Nigeria

 

11.Adewara S.O and Oloni E. (2012): Composition of Public Expenditure and Economic growth in Nigeria Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences Vol 3 (4) 403-407 Mancherster, UK. Scholarlink research institute, Manchester, UK http://jetems.scholarlinkresearch.org/

 

12.Adewara S.O (2012): Autocracy, Democracy and Public Health Expenditure in Nigeria. Centrepoint Journal, Vol.15 (2) 175-199 Ilorin, University of Ilorin, Nigeria

 

13.Adewara S.O (2008): The Effect of Fiscal Policy Instability on Aggregate Investment in Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Social Sciences (NJSS) Vol. No.1 36-50 Ado- Ekiti. Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria

 

 

1.Adewara S.O (2015) Policy Issues on Price Stabilization in developing countries inHerath Madana Bandara (eds), Policy issues in Development. Stamford Lake (Pvt) Ltd, Pannipitiya, Sri Lanka.www.lakehousebookshop.com.pp369-386

2.Jimoh A and Adewara S.O. (2014) Theoretical Framework: Perspective from Economics in Ayodele Jimoh (eds), Research methods in Social Sciences. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ilorin, Nigeria. pp 50-60

3.Adewara S.O (2014) Nigerian Economy During Colonial Era: Lessons for the future in Ajayi R. and Fashagba (eds), Understanding Government and Politics in Nigeria. Department of Political Science, Landmark University, Nigeria. pp 285-299

4.Adewara S.O. and G.O Atoyebi (2014) Theory of Production in Atoyebi G.O and Omojimite B.U (eds), principles of Economics for a developing world. Unilorin Press, Ilorin. pp 56-74

(a)Macroeconomics: 200-300L

(b)Economics of Production: 400L

(c)Econometrics: 300- 400lL

(d)Applied Econometrics: M.Sc Students

(e)Social Research Methods: M.Sc Students

PhD

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