Mr. Ojeyinka Titus Ayobami
Phone no: 070666691312
Mr. Ojeyinka Titus Ayobami is a young, intelligent and vibrant man with passion for excellence. He is a chartered Accountant, a graduate member of the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM). He graduated in the First Class Division as the Best Graduating Student in Economics at the Faculty and Departmental levels from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State in 2008. Also, he holds a Master degree in Economics in 2016 from the same University and more recently possess a certificate in Macroeconometric Forecasting training organized by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2017. Presently, he is a PhD student in the Department of Economics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
He started his career as a Relationship Officer with Wema Bank Plc in 2011 where he worked for 4 years before he left for academic in 2015 due to his interest in research and teaching. He is presently an Assistant Lecturer at Department of Economics, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife with special interest in finance and monetary economics. He has published two journal articles and one contribution to Book as listed below
1. Published Journal
i) Ojeyinka, T. A and Adegboye A.A. (2017). Trade Liberalization and Economic Performance in Nigeria: Evidence from Agriculture and manufacturing sectors. African Journal of Economic Review (AJER).V (III): 1-14. (Tanzania)
ii) Ojeyinka, T. A. and Adebayo, A. A. (2017). Government Expenditure, Economic Growth and Poverty Level in Nigeria: A Disaggregated Approach. McU Journal of Humanities, Management, Applied and Social Sciences. 1(1): 22 – 46.(Nigeria)
2. Contribution to Book
i. Akinbobola, T.O and Ojeyinka, T. A. (2017). Budgeting and Economic Recesion: Expectations and Realities. In Akinbobola, T. O and Fasoranti, M. M (eds), Macroeconomics: Public Sector Issues in Nigeria-Essay in honour of Professor Sola Olorunfemi (1-22). Nigeria: Emerald Printcorp.
Courses Taught in 2017/2018 Harmattan Semester
ECN 201 Principles of Economics I
ECN 203 Introductory Applied Economics I
ECN 303 History of Economic Thought I