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Ologundudu Mojeed Muhammed Dr., Department of Economics

Area(s) of Specialization/Research Interests

International Economics, Development Economics, Monetary Economics & Business Economics


Dr. Ologundudu, Mojeed Muhammed is an associate professor and Acting Head of Economics Department, Mountain Top University, Ogun State, Nigeria. He bagged his B.sc, M.sc and Ph.D degree in Ogun State University, 1990, University of Lagos 1997 and University of Bath, U.K. 2016 respectively. In quest for further knowledge in his cognate discipline, he recently bagged another Doctorate degree in 2019 from Olabisi Onabanjo University in Business and Applied Economics. Dr. Ologundudu, had been involved in teaching and research activities for over a decade. He worked with Caleb University, Imota as Lecturer II, McPherson University, Seriki-Sotayo as Lecturer I for some years before joining Mountain Top University as Senior lecturer in February 30th, 2017 and rose to the rank of associate professor in November, 2020. Apart from being the acting Head of Economics Department, he is also serving in various capacities among which include the acting Director of Academic planning, member Senate representative of Mountain Top University ceremony committee, chairman of steering committee of the proposed department of Fine and Applied Arts, and member of several committees. Dr. Ologundudu who has had cognate of experience in the financial sector for period spanned over 12 years as finance and mortgage bankers before he joined the world of academics in 2009, he’s also a senior pastor in the Redeemed Christian Church of God. He had to his credit over twenty five published research articles in both local and international journals and has attended several academic conferences and workshops within and outside the country. He is a member of the Nigeria Economic Society (NES). Dr. Ologundudu is happily married to Mrs. Ologundudu Oluwakemi Eunice and they were blessed with four children; three male and one female.

Academic Credentials

B. Sc (Hons) Econs, 1990 - Ogun State University, Ago-iwoye; M. Sc Econs, 1997 - University of Lagos, Akoka; Ph. D Econs, 2016 - University of Bath, United Kingdom

Professional Association

Member of Nigerian Economics Society


1 Olaniyi, C. O. & Mojeed, Muhammed Ologundudu (2022 a): Remittance Shocks and Poverty Reduction Nexus in Nigeria: Insight from Bootstrap Simulation and Asymmetric Causality Tests. Contribution to book in Taylor & Francis (Routledge), Covenant University, Ota.
2 Mojeed, Muhammed Ologundudu (2021 c): Financial Inclusion, Poverty and Income Inequality in Nigeria: Journal of Management Review, Centre for Management and Development, Vol 16, No4, December 2021.
3 Mojeed, Muhammed Ologundudu (2021 b): Globalization, Information Communication Technologies and Economic Growth in Nigeria: Caleb University International Journal for Developmental studies, Vol 4, No 2, December 2021 Pp (7-26)
4 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2021 a): Foreign Remittance and Inclusive Growth in Nigeria; Christopher University Journal of Social and Management Sciences, Vol(1) issue 1, June 2021 Pp (96-107).
5 Babasanya, A.O, Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu & Oluyomi, O.O (2020e): ‘’Innovative Entrepreneurship and Economic Sustainability in the selected private Universities in Nigeria: The pre and post Covid-19 Comparative Analysis’’. MTU journal of entrepreneurship and sustainable development, (vol 2, No:2) Dec 2020 PP 139-149.
6 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu & Oluyomi, O.O (2020d): ‘’Entrepreneurial innovation and intention in selected small scale food processing industries on economic development in Nigeria’’; MTU journal of entrepreneurship and sustainable development, (vol 2, No:2) Dec 2020 PP 68-87
7 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu & Oluyomi, O.O (2020c): ‘’Lagos Bus Rapid Transit(BRT) and capacity management sustainability in a mega city: Government entrepreneurial support’’; MTU journal of entrepreneurship and sustainable development, (vol 2, No:1) February 2020, PP 145-154 .
8 Ogbuji, I.A, Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu and Oluyomi O.O (2020b): Comparative Analysis of Financial technology and traditional Bank performance in Nigeria: The camels approach; Unilag Journal of Business, Vol. 6, No 1, (June) 2020
9 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2020a): Monetary Policy and Balance of payment in Nigeria: Hallmark Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 2, Edition (March) 2020
10 Abioro, MA, Ekpudu J.E & Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2019d): Business Model Adoption as a panacea for sustainable of small and medium enterprises in Nigeria; Entrepreneurship & Innovation Journal of University of Ruse, Faculty of Business and Management, issue 11, year X1, 2019.
11 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu, Ojo J.O & Olawepo, Q.O. (2019c): Gender Enterprises Ownership and Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria; Quantitative Approach: MTU Journal of Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development. Vol. 1, No. 1. October 2019. 28-44.
12 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu & Ojo Olanipekun (2019b): Corporate Governance, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development: International Journal of Management Studies and Social Research (IJMSSSR), Vol. 1, Issue 2, March-April 2019.
13 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu, Tella, S.A & Adesoye A.B. (2019a): An Econometrics Analysis Exchange Rate Fluctuations and Crude Oil Prices in Nigeria: Hallmark University Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Vol. 1 Edition 1. Feb 2019.
14 Tella, S.A; Adesoye A.B & Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2018c): The Exchange Rate Fluctuations, Domestic prices and Monetary Policy in Nigeria; International Journal of Economics, Commerce, and Management, Vol 6, Issue 10, October, 2018.
15 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2018b): Economic Growth Determinants in Nigeria: Error Correction Model Approach. MTU Journal of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, Vol 1. Issue 1. (April, 2018)
16 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu & Abioro, M.A (2018a): Petroleum pump price increase and Business Environment; The Nigerian Economy Standpoint. IOSR Journal of Business and Management, Vol.20 Issue 3, PP 60-70 (March 2018)
17 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2015b): The Impact of Electricity Supply on Industrial and Economic Performance in Nigeria (Error Correction Model Approach). International Global Journal of Management and Business Research (IGJMBR). Issue (4) vol.2 Feb, 2015.
18 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu & S.V Jayeola (2015a): Human Capital and Economic Growth in Nigeria: African Research Review; and International Multidisciplinary Journal, Ethiopian vol 9 (1), series No 36, Jan 2015.
19 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu & R.S Dauda (2014h) ―Human Capital and Manufacturing Productivity in Nigeria. Redeemer's University Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Vol 3, No 1, Dec 2014. (pp 217-236)
20 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu; O.H Osahon & E.J Sakpade (2014g): Cashless Policy and Banks profitability in Nigeria: European Journal of Accounting and Auditing and Financial Research, vol 2, No10, Dec 2014.
21 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2014f): Impact of Oil Price Shock and exchange rate volatility on economic growth in Nigeria; An Empirical Investigation. Research Journal of International Studies, Issue (11) Dec 2014.
22 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2014e): Oil price shock and macro-economic activities in Nigeria; International Research, Journal of Finance and Economics. Issue (3) Nov 2014.
23 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2014d): Production function paradigm shift and Human capital Development in Nigeria Economy. Redeemer’s University, Journal of Management and Social Sciences. Vol 2, No 2, 2014 (113-178).
24 J. AFAHA & Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2014c): ―Measuring productivity for optimal performance in the Nigeria Industrial Sector (A Co-integration approach).‖ International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, Vol II, Issues 9, September, 2014.
25 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2014b): The Epileptic Nature of Electricity supply and its consequence on industrial and Economics performance in Nigeria. ―Global Journal of Researches in Engineering, Vol.14, Issue 4, ver.1 (April 2014)
26 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2014a):The empirical test of Human Capital Investment on Nigeria Economic Growth (1986-2010)‖ Journal of the National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER) Vol 12.
27 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu & J. AFAHA (2013b): ―Am empirical study of effectiveness and efficiency of value Added Tax in Nigeria‖. Kaduna State University Journal of Accounting Research and Practice. Vol 2, Issue 2, December, 2013.
28 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2013a): ―Impact of interest Rate Deregulation on savings and investment in Nigeria (1986 – 2010)‖. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review. Vol 4, Issue 1, June 2013.
29 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2012c): ―Assessment of ICT Resources for Library services in Lagos State University, Library, Ojo, Nigeria.‖ The Beagle, an International Journal of Educational Practice – TETF Projects, December, 2012
30 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2012a): Bank Mergers and Financial Performance in Nigeria.‖ West African Financial and Economic Review (WAFER Vol 4, No 2.
31 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2012a): Bank Mergers and Financial Performance in Nigeria.‖ West African Financial and Economic Review (WAFER Vol 4, No 2.
32 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2011b): ―Monetary Approach to Balance of payment in Developing Countries: An Empirical test‖, Journal of Business Studies and Educational Policies, International Edition. Vol 7, No 2, 2011.
33 Mojeed Muhammed Ologundudu (2011a): ―Financial Globalization and Economic Development in Nigeria: An Empirical Studies,‖ Journal of Business Studies and Educational Policies, International Edition. Vol 7, No 1, 2011.