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Abanikanda, Ezekiel Olamide and Dada, James Temitope and Ogunjumo, Rotimi Ayoade (2023) Fiscal deficit in sub-saharan Africa: A new intuition from the institution and political drivers. PLOS ONE, 18 (9). pp. 1-17.

Abiodun, A.S. and Adewole, O.O and Nwanji, T. I. and Otekunrin, A. O. and Oladipo, O.A. and Awonusi, Frank (2018) Comparative Analysis of Public Debt Management and Economic Growth in Nigeria. Ilorin Journal of Finance, University of Ilorin.

Asaleye, Abiola John and Isoha, L.A. and Asamu, Festus and Inegbedion, Henry and Arisukwu, Ogadimma C. and Popoola, Olabisi (2018) Financial Development, Manufacturing Sector and Sustainability: Evidence from Nigeria. The Journal of Social Sciences Research, 4 (12). pp. 539-546. ISSN ISSN(e): 2411-9458, ISSN(p): 2413-6670


Ben-Caleb, Egbide PREDICTING BANKS FAILURE IN NIGERIA: A TEST OF ALTMAN's Z-SCORE MODEL . African Journal of Management and Administration.

Ben-Caleb, Egbide and Faboyede, Olusola Samuel and Fakile, Samuel Adeniran Empowering Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Nigeria: A Key Poverty Alleviation Strategy. International Journal of Business and Management Invention.


Eluyela, F. D. and Asaleye, Abiola John and Popoola, Olabisi and Lawal, A. I. and Inegbedion, H.E Grey directors, corporate governance and firms’ performance nexus: Evidence from Nigeria. Cogent Economics, 8 (1). pp. 181-196.


Inegbedion, H.E COVID-19 lockdown: implication for food security. COVID-19 lockdown: implication for food security.

Inegbedion, Henry E. and Inegbedion, Emmanuel Edo and Osifo, Samuel and Eze, Sunday C. and Ayeni, Banji and Akintimehin, O. O. Exposure to and usage of e-banking channels. Exposure to and usage of e-banking channels: Implications for bank customers’ awareness and attitude to e-banking in Nigeria, 11 (2). pp. 133-149.

Inegbedion, Henry E. and Obadiaru, E.D. and Bello, Deva Risk management and the financial performance of banks in Nigeria. International Journal of Financial Research, 11 (5). pp. 115-128.


Lawal, A. I. and Nwanji, T. I. and Adama, Ibrahim Joseph and Otekunrin, A. O. (2018) Examining the Nigerian Stock Market Efficiency: Empirical Evidence from Wavelet Unit Root Test Approach. Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, 12. ISSN ISSN-L 1843 - 6110 ISSN 2393 - 5162

Lawal, A. I. and Nwanji, T. I. and Oye, Olubukoye Opeyemi and Adama, Ibrahim Joseph (2018) Can corporate governance mechanisms deter earnings management? Evidence from firms listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. AESTIMATIO, THE IEB INTERNATIONA LJOURNAL OF FINANCE. pp. 220-233.


OBADIARU, Eseosa and Okon, Brian-Kufre and Ayeni, Adebanji (2024) The impact of tax revenue on economic growth in Nigeria. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Growth Evaluation, 5 (1). pp. 566-571. ISSN 2582-7138

Obadiaru, E.D. and Omankhanlen, Alex and Obasaju, B.O. and Inegbedion, Henry (2019) Correlation of stock market returns in the west african region from 2008 to 2016. Investment Management & Financial Innovations, 16 (3).

Ogunjumo, Rotimi Ayoade and Folorunso, Benjamin Ayodele and Ibitowa, Stephen Adesina and Onabote, Ademola Andrew (2023) Nigeria's Financial Sector Development and Crude Oil Exports: Is There a Link? International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 13, 13 (2). pp. 410-416.

Olaoye, Olumide Olusegun and Tabash, Mosab I. and Omokanmi, Olatunde Julius and Ogunjumo, Rotimi Ayoade and Ojelade, Matthew Oyeleke and Ishola, James A. (2022) Macroeconomic implications of escalating stock of public debt: Evidence from sub‐Saharan African economies. African Development Review. pp. 1-14.

Oyegoke, S. O. and Adeyemi, A. O. and Sojobi, A. O. (2012) The Challenges of Water Supply for A Megacity: A Case Study of Lagos Metropolis. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research,, 3 (2). pp. 1-10.

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