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Solomon Adedire is a lecturer in the department of Political Science and International Relations. He obtained his Bachelor and Master of Science degrees at Obafemi Awolowo University and University of Lagos respectively. He is currently a doctoral student at Lagos State University, Ojo. He has attended both local and International conferences. Also, he has publications in journals and book chapters. His areas of interest include intergovernmental relations, public administration, local government and comparative administration.
1. Adedire, S.A. (2013). Gender inequality: implications for socio-economic development in Nigeria.African Journal of Education, Science and Technology, 1(2).
2. Adedire, S.A. (2014). Local government and the challenges of rural development in Nigeria (1999 to date). IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science. Volume 19, Issue 4, Ver. 1 (April 2014), pp. 98-107
3. Adedire, S.A. (2014). Corruption and the challenges of sustainable transformation in Nigeria (1999 to 2014). Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affair
4. Adedire, S.A. (2014). Local government and intergovernmental relations in Nigeria’s fourth republic. Covenant University Journal of Politics and International Affairs (CUJPIA) 2(2). Pp. 58-72.
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5. Oluwashakin, A. & Adedire, S.A. (2012). “Essentials of international relations.” In R. Ajayi and Y. Fashagba (eds.) Introductory Text in Political Science (pp.351-381). Department of Political Science and International Relations, Landmark University.
6. Adedire, S.A. & Ogoma, D. (2014).“Military intervention in Nigerian politics”. In R. Ajayi and Y. Fashagba (eds.) Understanding Government and Politics in Nigeria. Pp. 467-489. Department of Political Science and International Relations, Landmark University.
7. Aremu, F. A. & Adedire, S.A. (2014).“Bureaucracy, bureaucratic politics and the policy establishment”. In R. Ajayi and Y. Fashagba (eds.) Understanding Government and Politics in Nigeria.pp. 217-232. Department of Political Science and International Relations, Landmark University.
8. Adedire, S.A. (2014). “Youth empowerment and industrial development in Nigeria.”In, D.O. Imhonopi and M.U. Ugochukwu style="mso-spacerun: yes;"> (eds.) Trajectory to Industrial Development in Nigeria.pp440-449
Adedire, S.A. (2015). Local government autonomy and democratic governance in Nigeria’s fourth republic (1999 to 2014). Journal of US-China Public Administration. 12(4).
2. Adedire, S.A. (2015). Re-inventing Nigerian civil service for effective service delivery in the 21st century. Fountain Journal of Management and Social Sciences (FUJMAS). 4(1). Pp.104-117.
1. Public administration in Nigeria
2. Comparative public administration
3. The politics of energy resources
4. Development administration
5. Government and administration of urban systems
6. Political parties and pressure groups
7. Regionalism and regional integration
8. Nigerian Constitutional development
9. Introduction to public administration
10. Personnel administration
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