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Professor Olasunkanmi M. Bamiro was born in the early sixties. He had his primary and secondary education at St John's African Church School and Molusi College Ijebu-Igbo. He is an Alumnus of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, University of Ibadan and University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, where he obtained Bachelor of Agriculture (Agricultural Economics), M. Sc Agricultural Economics and Ph. D Production Economics respectively. His area of specialization is Production Economics, Consumer Studies, Livestock Economics and Agribusiness.
He had a stint of his working career as a Credit Analyst in finance companies. He started lecturing career as an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye in 1995. He joined the service of Landmark University as Senior Lecturer in 2011. Currently, he is an Associate Professor and Acting Head of Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension
He has published articles in reputable local and international journals as well as Conferences Proceedings.
(12)A.T. Olawunmi; A.O. Dipeolu and O.M. Bamiro (2010) Economic Analysis of Homestead Fish Production in Ogun State, Nigeria Journal of Human Ecology, 31(1):13-17. (New Delhi, India Kre Publishers).
(13)O. M. Bamiro (2011) Profit Efficiency in Rattan Craft Production Enterprise in South -West Nigeria. Advances in Arts, Social Sciences and Education Research 1(1): 15-21. (Akure, Nigeria: Wiloud Journals).
(14)O. M. Bamiro and A. L. Onajole (2011) Resource Use Efficiency in Maize-Based Farms in Yewa Division of Ogun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Multi-disciplinary Research 4(1&2): 249-265
( Nigeria: The Postgraduate School, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye)
(15)O. M. Bamiro (2011) Consumption Analysis of Proteinous Foods in Remo Division, Ogun State, Nigeria. Continental Journal of Agricultural Economics 5 (2): 1 - 7 ( Nigeria: Wiloud Journals).
(16)O. M. Bamiro, Micheal Afolabi and Fisayo Daramola (2012) Enterprise Combinations in Cassava based Food Crop Farming System in Nigeria: Evidence from Ogun State Greener Journal of Agricultural Sciences 2 (1): 13-20. (Nigeria: Greener Publishing).
(17)O. M Bamiro, A.O Otunaiya and A. O. Idowu (2012) Economics of Horizontal Integration in Poultry Industry in South-West Nigeria International Journal of Poultry Science 11(1): 36-49. (Sargodha, Pakistan: Asian Network for Scientific Information)
(18)O.M. Bamiro (2012) Determinants of Consumption of Food Away from Home in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria. Research Journal for Social Science and Management 2 (5): 15-23 (India)
(19)O. M. Bamiro, A. O. Otunaiya and Aderonke Ojo (2013) Economies of Scale and Cost Efficiency in Maize Based Farms in Ogun State, Nigeria Journal of Agricultural Management and Rural Development (JAMARD) 4(1):77-85 College of Agricultural Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Yewa Campus, Ayetoro, Nigeria.
(20)O.M. Bamiro, A. O. Otunaiya and Isaac Adejumo (2013) “Profit Efficiency in Poultry Production in Peri-Urban, Lagos, Nigera”. International Journal of Applied Agricultural and Apicultural Research 9(1&2): 120-130.(Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria.
(21)O.M. Bamiro and Janet Aloro (2013) Technical Efficiency in Upland and Swamp Rice Production in Osun State, Nigeria. Scholarly Journal of Agricultural Science 3(1): 31-37.
(22)O. M. Bamiro, I. A. Addedeji, Abiodun Olanrewaju Otunaiya, Wale Soluade and Joseph Ogunjobi (2013) Enterprise combinations in Livestock Sector in Southwest Nigeria. Journal of World Economic Research 1(4):38-44 (USA)
(23)I. A. Adedeji, J.O. Ajetomobi, O.M. Bamiro and K.U. Ifegwu and J. O. Ogunjobi (2014) Estimating Production Function with Economic Content Using Data Envelopment Analysis as a Complement to Marginal Analysis in Rice Production of Kwara State, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics and Sociology 3(3):189- 205 (India)
(24)Adejumo, I. O. Ologhobo, A.D; Alabi, O.O. and Bamiro, O.M. (2014) Potential Hazard to Misuse of Aluminium Phosphide in Kaduna State, Nigeria. Nova Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 2(2):1-8
(25)A. O. Otunaiya, O. M. Bamiro, and A. O. Idowu (2014) Determinants of Rural Bank Loan Repayment Capacity Among Rural Farmers in Yewa division of Ogun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Agricultural and Apicultural Research 10(1&2): 33-43.
(12)O. M. Bamiro and J. O. Ogunjobi (2015) Determinants of Household Energy Consumption in Nigeria: Evidence from Ogun State. Research Journal for Social Science and Management 4 (12): 35-41
(13)Adigun G.T, O.M. Bamiro and Israel A.I (2015) Explaining Poverty and Inequality by Income Sources in Rural Nigeria. Journal of Humanity and Social Sciences 20(3): 61-70
(14)A.O. Otunaiya; A. G. Adeyonu and O.M. Bamiro (2015) Technical Efficiency of Poultry Egg Production in Ibadan Metropolis, Oyo State, Nigeria. Economics 4(3): 50-56
(15)A.O. Otunaiya; O. M. Bamiro and A. G Adeyonu (2015) Technical Determinants of technical efficiency differentials among and non-users of fertilizer: a case of food crop farmers in South- Western Nigeria. Tropical Journal 92(4):271-281, University of West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago.
Introduction to Statistics
(b) Introduction to Microeconomics
(c) Introduction to Macroeconomics
(d) Modern Agriculture and Rural life
(e) Principles of Production Economics
(f) Orientation and Data Collection
(g) Economics of Crop and Livestock Production
(h) Farm Records and Accounting
(i) Agricultural Production Economics
(j) Agricultural Cooperation
(k) Agricultural Development and Policy
(l) Advanced Agricultural Production Economics
(m) Advanced Microeconomic Theory
(n) Principles of Agricultural Economics I
(o) Principles of Agricultural Economics II
(p) Agricultural Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation
(q) Agricultural Economic Analysis I
(r) Agricultural Economic Analysis II
(s) Statistics and Research Methods
(t) Agribusiness Management
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