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Academic Staff

Name: Emmanuel O. OGUNKOLA

Nationality: Nigerian

Marital Status: Married

Sex: Male

Email: waleogunkola@yahoo.com

Current Positions: Professor

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION:

  1. University of Ibadan, Ibadan

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

  1. B. Sc. (Economics) Ibadan.
  2. M. Sc. (EconomicsIbadan
  3. Ph. D (EconomicsIbadan

SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS AND PRIZES

  1. University of Ibadan, Postgraduate Scholarship (1988-1990)

PUBLICATIONS

  1. E. Olawale Ogunkola and A.S. Bankole (eds.) (2005), Nigeria’s Imperatives in the New World Trade Order, (Ibadan: Trade Policy Research and Training Programme (TPRTP) and The African Economic Research Consortium (AERC)). pp 425
  2. Ogun, O., E. Olawale. Ogunkola and A.S. Bankole (eds.) (2005), Economic Policy and Analysis, (Ibadan: Trade Policy Research and Training Programme (TPRTP), pp. 295
  3. Ogun, O., E. Olawale. Ogunkola and A.S. Bankole, “Introduction and Overview”, Chapter 1, pp. 1-11
  4. E. Olawale Ogunkola, “Nigeria in the New World Trading System: Issues in Customs and Trade Administration”, Chapter 3, pp 25-43.
  5. Ogunkola, E. O. (2006), “Integrating West African Agriculture into the Global Trading System: Issues in Regional and Multilateral Trade Negotiations” in Adenikinju, A. and O. Olaniyan (eds.) Applied Macroeconomics and Economic Development: Essays in Honour of Professor Sam Oladapo Olofin, (Ibadan: Ibadan University Press). Chapter16. pp 305-344 (100%)
  6. E. Olawale Ogunkola (2005), “Liberalising Agricultural Trade: Africa in the World Trade Organisation (WTO)” in Abubakar Momoh (ed), Nigeria and the Neo-Liberal World Economic System. (Abuja: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung). Chapter 6, pp. 125-150
  7. Ogunkola, E. Olawale (2003), “Agriculture and the WTO: Economic Interest and Options for Nigeria”, Chapter 5 in Ingco, M. D., J. D. Nash and D. Njinkeu (eds.) Liberalizing Agricultural Trade: Issues and Options for Sub-Saharan Africa in the World Trade Organization (WTO), (Ibadan: Macmillan Nigeria Publishers Limited). Chapter 5. pp 137-182
  8. Ogunkola, E.O. (1996), “Social Institutions and Public Enterprise Reform in Nigeria,” in A. Ariyo, ed. Management of Economic Reform in Nigeria, (Ibadan: Ibadan University Press). Chapter 7, pp. 95-115.
  9. E.O. Ogunkola (2004), “The Multilateral Trading System and the Interest of the Poor” in CUTS Centre for International Trade, Economics and Environment: From Cancun to Sao Paulo; The Role of Civil Society in the International Trading System, pp. 105-111; Proceedings of Afro-Asian Civil Society Seminar, New Delhi, 13-15 April 2004.
  10. E. O. Ogunkola, (1995), “The Structure of Trade Flows in West Africa: Implications for Further Actions by ECOWAS”, in Nigeria Economic Society, External Trade and Economic Development in Nigeria Selected Papers for the 1995 Annual Conference, (Ibadan: Nigerian Economic Society), Chapter 19, pp 335-351.
  11. Adegoke I. Adeleke and E. Olawale Ogunkola, 2013. The Effects of Dropout Syndrome on Child and the Society. The Social Sciences, 8: 172-179.
  12. M. Adetunji Babatunde, Olugboyega A. Oyeranti, Abiodun S. Bankole, E. Olawale Ogunkola, (2012) "Exports trade, employment and poverty reduction in Nigeria", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 39 Iss: 11, pp.875 - 899
  13. Perry, G., O. Ogunkola, M. Olivera and B. Fowowe 2011. Oil and Institutions “Tale of two cities”: Nigeria and Colombia. GDN Working Paper Series. Working Paper Number 44 June (GDN: Global Development Network).
  14. Oyeranti, O. A., M. A. Babatunde and E. O. Ogunkola. 2011. “An Analysis of China-Nigeria investment relations” Journal of Chinese-Economic and Foreign Trade Studies (JCEFTS). Volume 4 Number 3.
  15. Ogunkola, E.O. 2010. Nigeria: From Customs Exceptions to a Regional Trade Policy. Grain de Sel Number 51: July-September. Also available in French as Le Nigeria, entre exception douaniere et politique commercial regionale, Inter-reseaux Development rural
  16. Oyeranti, O. A., M. A. Babatunde and E. O. Ogunkola, 2010 “The Impact of China- Africa Investment Relations: The Case of Nigeria”, Policy Brief Number 8: AERC Collaborative Research China-Africa Project.
  17. Ogunkola, E. O. and A. O. Adewuyi (2010). “The Future of Intra-regional trade in West Africa in the context of EPA negotiations”. A research Report Submitted to ENDA, Third World, Dakar, Senegal.
  18. Ogunkola, E. O. (2010). “Issues in the development of Nigerian agriculture”. Being a Country Issue Note (CIN) prepared for the Global Development Network (GDN), New Delhi, India and Presented at 11th GDN Conference in Prague, Czech Republic, January 14, 2010.
  19. Ogunkola, E.O., A.S. Bankole and A. Adewuyi (2006), “An Evaluation of the Impact of Nigeria’s Trade and Investment Policy Reforms”, African Journal of Economic Policy, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 81-118
  20. Ogunkola, E. Olawale and Afeikhena Jerome (2005) The Second Monetary Zone in West Africaand the Future of a Single monetary Zone in Sub-Saharan Africa, West African Journal of Monetary and Economic Integration. Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 23-39
  21. Ogunkola, E. Olawale (2004) “The Emerging World Trading System and Nigeria’s Trade and Economic Development Strategy, Ibadan Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. 2, No. 1. pp. 75-86.
  22. Oyejide, T.A. and E. Olawale Ogunkola (2004), Trade, Investment and Growth in Africa, Patterns, Trends and Puzzles, The Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies Vol. 46, No. 2. pp 125-145.
  23. Ogunkola, E. Olawale and T. Ademola Oyejide (2001), “Market Access for Nigeria’s Exports in the European Union: An Assessment of the Impact of the Lome Convention and the Uruguay Round” Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies Vol. 43 No. 1, pp. 15-45
  24. Ogunkola, E. Olawale. (2000), “Policy Modeling of Regional Integration in Less Developed Countries: The Case of ECOWAS”, Research for Development. Vol. 15, Nos. 1 and 2, pp. 44-67
  25. Ogunkola, E. Olawale. (1998), “Ibadan School of Economics” Quarterly Review of Politics, Economics and Society, Vol. 1 No. 3. pp. 74-83.
  26. Ogunkola, E. Olawale. (1997), “The Impact of ECOWAS on the Intra-Regional Trade Flows in West Africa: An Empirical Analysis”, Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies, Vol. 39, No. 1. pp. 1-17.
  27. Ogunkola, E. Olawale (1997) “Macroeconomic Data for Policy Modeling in Africa,” African Journal of Economic Policy, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 127-142.
  28. Soyibo A. and E. Olawale Ogunkola (1996), “Savings Banks in Africa: Performance and Strategies for Improvement”, African Review of Money, Finance and Banking, Supplementary Issue of Savings and Development. Vols. 1-2, pp. 29-49.
  29. Ogunkola, E. Olawale (1996), “The Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry: A Production Function Approach”, OPEC ReviewVol. XX. No. 4 pp. 263-274.
  30. Ogunkola, E.O. (1995) “The Revised Treaty of ECOWAS: A New Wine in An Old Skin?”, African Journal of Economic Policy, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 23-45.
  31. Sobodu, O.O., E.O Ogunkola and M.S. Etukudo, (1991) “On the Structure and Management of Merchant Banks Deposit Liabilities in Nigeria” Nigerian Financial Review. Vol.3. No. 4, pp. 7-17
  32. Oshunkunle, B. A., S. A. Tella and E. O. Ogunkola (forthcoming), “International Payments System in ECOWAS, The Case of Nigeria,” Canadian Journal of Development Studies
  33. Ogunkola, E. O. (forthcoming) “Some Issues in Trade, Environment and Sustainable Development: The Case of African Agriculture”Review of Southern African Studies    
  34. Ogunkola, E. Olawale (2002). Training, Technology and Productivity of Nigerian Manufacturing Firms (Nairobi: African Economic Research Consortium (AERC)). African Economic Research Consortium Research Paper No. 147. pp. 95
  35. Ogunkola, E.O. (1998). An Empirical Evaluation of Trade Potential in the Economic CommunityWest African States, (Nairobi: African Economic Research Consortium (AERC)). African Economic Research Consortium Research Paper No. 84. pp. 36