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Oluyomi Oluwatosin Olatunji Mr, Department of Economics

Area(s) of Specialization/Research Interests

Quantitative Economics, Econometrics, International and Development Economics, and Financial and Management Economics


Mr. OLUYOMI (Former OGUNYOMI) Oluwatosin Olatunji is currently an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Economics, Mountain Top University, Prayer City, Ogun State. He obtained a Bachelor Degree in Economics from Lagos State University, Ojo and Master Degrees in Economics and Finance respectively from University of Lagos, Akoka. His currently on a Doctorate Degree programme in Economics at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State. He has over ten (10) years tertiary education experience in teaching, research and other academic engagements. His research interests are Macroeconomics, Business Economics, Statistics, Econometrics, Financial Economics, and Development Economics. He has extensively contributed to local and international journals and conferences. In addition, he has coauthored two textbooks, Managerial Economics for Decision Makers (Micro Perspective) and Operations Research: A Managerial Approach. He is a member and examiner of several professional bodies such as NIM, CIPM, and ICAN. Lastly, Mr. Oluyomi is happily married with children.

Academic Credentials

University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria 2010 M.Sc. Finance University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria 2007 M.Sc. Economics Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria 2001 B.Sc. (Hon.) Economics (Second Class Upper Division)

Professional Association

Chartered Institute of Finance & Control of Nigeria (CIFCN) Status: Fellow Dec; 2012 Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM) Status: Associate Member Level: Certificate in Proficiency Management (CPM) 2006 Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) Status: Student Member Registration No: 182856 Level: Skills (former Intermediate) 2013


1 Ajayi, F.O., Adelowokan, A.O., and Ogunyomi, O.O. (2021). Does Nigeria non-renewable resource abundance leads to macroeconomic performance? A trend analysis (1970-2014). ABC Journal of Advanced Research, 10(2), 131-146.
2 Oluyomi, O.O., Ajayi, F.O. and George, E.O. (2021). On the relationship between education reforms and sustainable development: Evidence from Nigeria. ABC Journal of Advanced Research, 10(1), 57-58
3 Babasanya, A.O., Ologundudu, M.M., and Oluyomi, O.O. (2020). 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, 2(2), 139-149.
4 Ologundudu, M.M. and Oluyomi, O.O. (2020). Entrepreneurial innovation and intention in selected small scale food processing industries on economic development in Nigeria. MTU Journal of Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development, 2(2), 68-87.
5 Ogbuji, A., Ologundudu, M.M., and Oluyomi, O.O. (2020). Comparative analysis of financial technology and traditional bank performance in Nigeria: The CAMEL approach. UNILAG Journal of Business, 6(1), 145-168.
6 Ologundudu, M.M. and Oluyomi, O.O. (2020). Lagos bus rapid transit (BRT) and capacity management sustainability in a megacity: Government entrepreneurial support. MTU Journal of Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development, 2(1), 145-154.
7 George, E.O. and Ogunyomi, O.O. (2019). Is there any missing link in the nexus between human capital development and economic growth in developing economies? Evidence from Nigeria. ACTA Universitatis Danubius CEconomica,15(1/2019),117-133.
8 Babasanya, A.O., Ogunleye, A.G. and Ogunyomi, O.O. (2017). Human capital development as a catalyst for environment sustainable development in Nigeria: A VECM approach. Journal of Economics and Policy Analysis,2(2), 200-219.
9 Ogunyomi, O.O. and Obi, E. (2016). Information and communication technology investment and firm productivity: Evidence from the Nigerian banking industry. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, 7(8), 47-59.
10 Ogbuji, I. and Ogunyomi, O.O. (2014). Working capital management policy and financial performance in the Nigerian foods and beverages industry: A study of Nestle Nigeria Plc(2008-2012). Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, IITSE,5(20),48-63.
11 Ogunyomi, O.O., Daisi, O.R. and Oluwashikemi, R.A. (2013). Economic globalization , income inequality and economic growth in Nigeria: A static data analysis (1986-2010). ABC Journal of Advanced Research, 2(2), 55-68.
12 Ogunyomi, O.O., Jenrola, O.A. and Daisi, O.R. (2013). Globalization and economic security in Nigeria: A reflection of the Nigerian manufacturing sector performance . Journal of Economics and International Finance, 5(7),293-306.
13 Tijani, A.A., Oyeniyi, G.O. and Ogunyomi, O.O. (2012). The impact of technical entrepreneurial skills on employment generation in small and medium scale enterprises in Lagos State, Nigeria: A comparative analysis. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 13(1), 604-622.
14 Ogunyomi, O.O. (2011). The impact of monetary policy on commercial banks loans and advances in Nigeria: An empirical investigation (1975-2009).