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DOCTOR INEGBEDION HENRY EGBEZIEN
Dr. Henry Inegbedion is a Lecturer in the Department of Business Studies of Landmark University, Omu Aran. He was appointed in November, 2014. Prior to his appointment at Landmark University, he had served in the Planning, Research and Statistics Department of the Edo State Post Primary Education Board, Benin City and had also taught at the secondary school for a period of time. Dr Inegbedion has a Bachelor of Science degree in Statistics, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, a Master of Science Degree in Operations Management and a PhD in Business Administration (Opetations Management Option). Dr Inegbedion was a research assistant at the University of Benin from 2010 to 2014 when he joined Landmark University. He is currently the Research Coordinator of the Department of Business Studies. He is a Member of several professional bodies including the Academy of Management Nigeria and he is a Certified Teacher by Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria. Henry Inegbedion has nineteen publications to his credit in local and international Journals and has attended several conferences within and outside Nigeria. He is a consultant to Environmental Rights Action (Friends of the Earth) and he is a Seasoned Public Affairs Analyst on Global Perspective, a Current Affairs Programme of Edo Broadcasting Television Benin. He is a Google scholar and has accounts with Research Gate and Scopus Since joining Landmark University, he has supervised 19 undergraduate students in various functional areas of management. Dr Inegbedion is proficient in data analysis using various statistical and econometric packages. He is currently one of the reviewers of Asian Journal of Business Ethics, a reputable International Journal indexed by Springer.
1. Inegbedion, H.E. (2012). Oil price hike and the Nigerian economy, Saarbrucken, Germany: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing. GmbH & Co. KG. ISBN-10: 3659117986
2. Inegbedion, H.E. (2012). Perception of the role of guidance counsellors by teachers: Evidence from Nigeria. Raleigh, North Carolina: Lulu. ISBN 9781105751936.
3. Inegbedion, H.E. (2012). Efficient market hypothesis and the Nigerian capital market, Saarbrucken, Germany: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, GmbH & Co. KG. ISBN 978-3-8484-3248-6
1. Inegbedion, H.E. (2017). Waiting line optimisation and customer flow at Landmark university financial services facilities. Management Science Review, 8 (1), 171-182.
2. Inegbedion, H.E., Obadiaru, D.E. and Bello, D.V. (2016). Factors that influence consumers’ attitude towards internet buying in Nigeria. Journal of Internet Commerce, 15 (4), 353-375 (Indexed by Scopus)
3. Inegbedion, H.E. (2016). Outsourcing of human resources functions and organisational competitiveness in Nigeria. Sokoto Journal of the Social Sciences, 6 (1), 99-111
4. Henry Inegbedion (2015). Grievance resolution procedures and employee commitment in unionized and non-unionized organizations: The viewpoint from below. Certified National Accountant, 23 (4), 47-54.
5. Sunday C Eze and Henry Inegbedion (2015). Key Factors influencing Academic Performance of International Students’ in UK Universities: a Preliminary Investigation. British Journal of Education 3(5), 55-68
6. Inegbedion, H.E. (2012). Macroeconomic determinants of stock price changes: empirical evidence from Nigeria, Indian Journal of Finance, 6 (2), 19-23.
7. Inegbedion, H.E. & Imeokparia, P.O (2010). Teachers’ role in educational development in Nigeria. Ekpoma: Journal of Curriculum Studies and Instruction, ISSN 1117 – 2048, 4, 102 – 111.
8. Inegbedion, H.E & Agbadudu, J.E. (2010). Markov chain analysis and cassava price forecasting in Edo state, Benin City: Knowledge Review. 20 (2), 68-73.
9. Inegbedion, H.E. & Agbadudu, J.E. (2010). The role of telecommunication in the development of the Nigerian Economy. Benin City: Journal of globalization and development in Africa, 2 (2), 4 – 15.
10. Inegbedion, H.E & Osarenmwinda, S. (2010). Financing Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria, Benin City: Journal of Globalization and Development in Africa, 2 (2), 39 – 47.
11. Imeokparia, P.O. & Inegbedion, H.E. (2010), Influence of the Seven Point Agenda on The Nigerian Economy, Multidisciplinary Journal of Empirical Research, 8 (1), 37-42.
12. Inegbedion, H.E & Agbadudu, J.E. (2009). The role of accounting ethics in the eradication of accounting scandals in Nigeria. Benin City: Benin Journal of Social Sciences, 17 (1), 179 – 188.
13. Inegbedion, H.E. & Imeokparia, P.O. (2009). Global financial crisis and the Nigerian Economy. Ekpoma: Journal of Academics.
14. Inegbedion, H.E (2009). Ethical issues in Nigerian Universities, Ekpoma: Intellectualism, 2 (2), 115 – 121.
15. Inegbedion, H.E (2009). Perception of the role of guidance counsellors by teachers in Edo State, Ekpoma: Intellectualism. 2 (2), 109 – 114.
16. Inegbedion, H.E & Imeokparia, P.O. (2009). Strategic management in business Organizations. Ekpoma: Intellectualism. 2 (2), 122 – 128.
17. Inegbedion, H.E. (2008). Social responsibility of business organizations. Calabar: Duncan Science Journals.
18. Inegbedion, H.E. (2008). Parental income group and students’ academic performance in Edo State Secondary Schools, Calabar: Duncan Science Journals.
Conference Proceeding (s)
1. Inegbedion, H.E. (2016). Diversity management and organizational effectiveness. A Paper presented at the 10th National Conference of The Academy of Management, Nigeria at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
2. Inegbedion H.E (2016). Risk management and the financial performance of Banks in Nigeria. A paper presented at the Africa Finance Journal conference in Accra, Ghana 18th – 19th May.
3. Inegbedion, H.E & Atole, F.E. (2011). Corruption as a major constraint to education resources management in Nigeria. A paper presented at the Biennial Conference on engineering, science, technology and management research initiative; Usen: Edo state institute of technology and management.
1. Outsourcing of Human Resources Functions and Organizational Competitiveness in Nigeria. Sokoto Journal of Social Sciences (Accepted for Publication)
2. Credit risk management and the financial performance of Banks in Nigeria. Africa Finance Journal (Accepted for Presentation at the 2016 International Conference)
3. Overloading Costs and Optimum replacement time of vehicle fleets in the Nigerian Transport Sector. Emerald Online Information Review(Under Review)
4. Policy Improvement and Rewards from Cassava Farming in Nigeria. Emerald Online Information Review(Under Review)
5. Harnessing Creativity and Innovation for Industrial Growth and Development. Thunderbird International Business Review (Wiley) (Under Review)
6. A model of vehicle replacement time with overloading costs constraints. Journal of Management Analytics. (Taylor Francis) (Under review)
7. Factors that Influence Customers' Attitude towards Electronic Banking In Nigeria. Journal of Management Analytics. (Taylor Francis) (Under review)
8. Factors that influence consumers’ attitude towards internet buying in Nigeria. Journal of Internet Commerce (Taylor and Francis). (Under review)
CBS 111 – Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences I (3)
CBS 211 – Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences II (3)
Bus 314 – Production Management (3)
Bus 416 – Feasibility Report and Project Analysis (2)
Bus 418 – Practical Business Analysis (2)
CBS 121- Statistics for Business and Social Sciences I (3)
CBS 221 – Statistics for Business and Social Sciences II (3)
Bus 321 – Statistical Methods and Application for Business (1)
Bus 324 – Introduction to Computer Application (3)
Bus 327 – Research Methodology (3)
EDS 311-Entrepreneurial Development Studies
EDS 321-Entrepreneurial Development Studies
Bus 426 – Project Evaluation
Bus 428 – World Resources and Business
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Post Graduate Diploma in Education
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