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AdedunEmmanuel AdedayoProf.Director‘Bilingual Discourse in Yoruba Traditional Marriage Ceremonies’ ‘Multilingualism in Nollywood Movies’ ‘Peace Building and National Integration in Nigeria through Nollywood Films’ ‘Discourses and Interactions of Nigerians in Selected Online Comments’ FOREIGN ARTICLES 1. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2014), ‘English in National Development’, Emmanuel A. Adedun and Yaw Sekyi-Baidoo (eds.), English Studies in Focus: Readings in Language and Literature. Winneba-Ghana: Faculty of Languages. Pp.1-7. 2. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo and Hammond, Christiana (2014), ‘Semiotic Analysis of Selected Billboard Advertisements in Nigeria and Ghana’, Journal of Languages and Cultures, 3,1, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. Pp. 23-37. (Principal Researcher). 3. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo & Ayodeji Adedara (2014), ‘Career Prospects of Studying English’, Emmanuel A. Adedun and Yaw Sekyi-Baidoo (eds.), English Studies in Focus: Readings in Language and Literature. Winneba, Ghana: Faculty of Languages. Pp.8-19. (Principal Researcher). 4. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo and Atolagbe, Agnes Adebukunola (2011), ‘A Man in Whom I Have Great Confidence: A Discourse Analysis of Former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s Farewell Speech’, Akademeia, 2, 1, University of Calgary, Canada. (Principal Researcher). 5. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2011), ‘Linguicism, Bilingualism and Language Attitudes of Nigerians: The Experience of a University Staff School”, (with Shodipe, Mojisola), Journal of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies, IV,1, pp. 121-134, Department of Foreign Languages, Military Technical Institute, Bucharest, Romania. (Principal Researcher). 6. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2011), ‘Variation and Language Engineering in Yoruba-English Code-Switching’ (with Shodipe, Mojisola), Nordic Journal of English Studies, 10, 1, pp.103-134, University of Gottenburg, Sweden. (Principal Researcher). 7. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo and Shodipe, Mojisola (2011), ‘Yoruba-English Bilingualism in Central Lagos, Nigeria’, Journal of African Cultural Studies, 23, 2, pp.121-132, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. United Kingdom. (Principal Researcher). 8. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), ‘The Sociolinguistics of Nollywood Movies’, Journal of Global Analysis, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, 1, 2, pp.111-138. 9. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), ‘Figures of Rhetoric in the Language of Nigerian Christian Sermons’ (with Mekiliuwa, O. Olajumoke), Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 7, 4, University of Swaziland, Southern Africa, pp.71-81. (Principal Researcher). 10. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), ‘Discourse Features and Patterns in Sermonic Texts: An Analysis of a Nigerian Pentecostal Christian Sermon’ (with Mekiliuwa, O. Olajumoke), ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University, Canada, 38, pp.63-94. (Principal Researcher). 11. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), ‘The Pragmatics of Christian Radio Advertisements in Lagos, Nigeria’, The Journal of International Social Research, 3, 14, Fall, University of Ordu, Turkey.pp.9-22 ARTICLES IN JOURNALS (NATIONAL) 12. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo and Collins Igwegbe (2014), ‘Bilingual Creativity in Chimamanda Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus’, Lagos Notes and Records: A Journal of the Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, Vol. 20, No. 2. Pp.1-16. 13. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2014), ‘Ecolinguistic Resonances: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Newspaper Editorials on Environment’ in Lagos Review of English Studies (LARES), 19, 1. Pp. 66-94. 14. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2011), ‘Face-Threatening Acts and Politeness Strategies in Nigerian Christian Sermons’ (with Mekiliuwa, O. Olajumoke.), Journal of Language and Literary Studies, 1, 1, Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria. (Principal Researcher). 15. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), ‘Cooperative Principles in a Nigerian Christian Sermon’ (with Mekiliuwa, O. Olajumoke.), Lagos Notes and Records: A Journal of the Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, 16, pp.110-125. (Principal Researcher). 16. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), ‘A Cross-Generational Study of Code-Switching and Language Attrition in Central Lagos, Nigeria’ (with Shodipe, Mojisola), Journal of Research in National Development, 8, 2b, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, pp.279-296. (Principal Researcher). 17. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), ‘The Future of Nigerian English’, Eureka: A Journal of the Department of European Languages, University of Lagos, Nigeria, 2, 1, pp.27-54. 18. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2008), Nigerian English in Print Media Advertisements: Fact or Fiction? Journal of Language and Literary Studies (LARES), 16, 1&2, University of Lagos, Nigeria, pp.133-146. 19. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2007), ‘Children’s Comprehension of Written Advertisement Headlines’, Lagos Notes and Records: A Journal of the Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, XIII , Universty of Lagos, Nigeria, pp.64-80. 20. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2005), “Paradigms for Contrasting Code-Mixing and Code-Switching: A Systemic Linguistic Approach”, CALEL, 3, 1, University of Calabar, Nigeria, pp.133-157. 21. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2005), “Theme and Information Structures in Internet Advertising”, CALEL, 3, 2, University of Calabar, Nigeria, pp.128-145. CHAPTERS IN EDITED BOOKS – NATIONAL 22. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2014), ‘English and the Practice of Law in Nigeria: Command of Language and Advocacy’ in Azinge, Epiphany; Nlerum, Franscisca and Amadi, Gary Kelechi (eds.), Legal Empiricism and Writing Skills, Lagos: Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. pp. 229-267. 23. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2014), ‘Interview with Professor Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo’ in Adedun, Emmanuel A. and Nweke, Benedict Onuora (eds.) New Perspectives on a Literary Enigma: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Theodora Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo, Ibadan: University Press. Pp. 350-359. 24. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2012), ‘Vocabulary Development’ in Use of English: GST 105, Centre for General Studies, University of Lagos, University of Lagos Press, pp.170-188. 25. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo and Ade-Ademilua, Omobolanle (2011), ‘Planning and Managing Presentations in Research Seminars’, Research Manual for Postgraduate Students: A Publication of the School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Lagos, Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin; Obashoro-John, Oluwayemisi and Adedun, Adedayo (eds.). Lagos: Concept Publishers. (Principal Researcher). pp.214-230. 26. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2007), ‘The Relevance of Advertising to the Teaching of English’, Daramola, Adeyemi & Olugasa, Olubukola (eds.), Literature and Language: A Drama of Life, Lagos: B Print, University of Lagos, Nigeria, pp.211-216. 27. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2006), ‘Literary Elements as Communicative Strategies in Advertising’, Ezeigbo, T.A. & Aribisala, K.A. (eds.) Literature, Language and National Consciousness: A Festschrift in Honour of Theo Vincent, Lagos: University of Lagos Press, Nigeria, pp.525-534. 28. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2005), “Carry Go”: A Sociolinguistic Study of the Language of Bus Conductors in Lagos - Nigeria”, Momoh, C.S. (ed), Integrative National Conference Vol. III (Inter-Group Tensions), Lagos: Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, pp.209-225. MONOGRAPH - NATIONAL 29. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2008), Slang as a ‘Dialect’: A Study of the Language of the Undergraduate Students of the University of Lagos, Nigeria: Faculty of Arts Monograph Series, 8, December, 34 pp. 30. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo and Shodipe Mojisola (2011), Linguicism and Language Attitudes of Nigerians: The University of Lagos Experience, Faculty of Arts Monograph Series, 16, November. 50 pp. (Principal Researcher). BOOKS - FOREIGN 31. Emmanuel A. Adedun and Yaw Sekyi-Baidoo (2014), English Studies in Focus: Readings in Language and Literature. Winneba: Faculty of Languages, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. 650pp. BOOKS - NATIONAL 32. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo and Anyokwu, Christopher (2015), Course-Text on Literature-in-English for Joint Universities Preparatory Examination Board. Department of English, University of Lagos. 243pp. 33. Adedun, Emmanuel A. and Nweke, Benedict Onuora (eds.) (2014), New Perspectives on a Literary Enigma: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Theodora Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo, Ibadan: University Press. 406pp. 34. Okoro, Oko and Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2012) (eds.), Use of English: GST105, Lagos: Centre for General Studies, University of Lagos, University of Lagos Press. 437pp. 35. Ogundipe, Oluwatoyin; Obashoro-John, Oluwayemisi and Adedun, Adedayo (eds.) (2011), Research Manual for Postgraduate Students: A Publication of the School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Lagos. Lagos: Concept Publishers. 251pp. 36. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), The Use of English for Academic Purposes, Lagos: University of Lagos Press, Lagos, Nigeria, 480 pp. 37. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), Effective English for Business and Professional Communication, Lagos: Concept Publishers, Nigeria, 429 pp. 38. Adedun, Emmanuel Adedayo (2010), Principles of Debating and Public Presentation, Lagos: University of Lagos Press, 120 pp.
IreneOseremen FelixDr.Lecturer1*Building infrastructures for peace in communities experiencing violent conflicts. *Examining the impact of workplace conflict on service delivery in public sectors*Irene, O.F. (2015). Building Infrastructures for Peace. Saarbrücken, Germany: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015. *Irene, O.F. (2016). Violent in Nigeria: Nature and Extent. An International Journal of Arts and Humanities, Vol. 5(1) S/No 16, 2016: 72-85 *Irene, O.F. (2013). Nonkilling Political Leadership. Global Nonkilling Working Paper, #8/ 2013. Asian World Centre, Creighton University. *Irene, O.F. (2016). Building Infrastructure for Peace in Nigerian Schools. African Research Review, Vol. 10 (2), pp.178-193, April *Irene, O.F. & A.E. Aikhoje (2016). Oil, Community Resistance and the Nonviolent Option. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advance Studies, Vol. 3, Issue 7, 2016 *Aikhoke, A.E. & O.F. Irene (2016). Social and Family Support and Bicultural Ethnic Identity Development: The Nigerian-Americans Experience in New York City. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advance Studies, Vol. 3, Issue 7, 2016 *Irene, O.F. (2016). Nonviolent campaigns and social change: lessons from Liberia and campaign to ban landmines and cluster munitions. International Journal of Peace Studies, Vol. 21. No. 1, pp. 45-70, Spring. George Mason University, US *Irene, O.F. & A.E. Aikhoje (2016). Creating Local Peace Committee: A participatory Action Research Project in Ojoo. International Journal of Arts and Humanities, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 63-79, September *Irene, O.F. & A.E. Aikhoje (2016). HIV/AIDS in Oyo State, Nigeria: Analysis of Spatial Pattern of Prevalence and Policy Implication for Government. African Research Review, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 30-51, September *Footpaths – A Life of Service. Tribute to Professor Ambrose Alli (former executive Governor of defunct Bendel State). A Compendium of Achievements Stanford University, 2000.
OLOFINGBAIKAGRACE OLAYINKAMissAssistant LecturerSocio Economic Implications of Christmas Festival in Lagos state, Nigeria. The Threats to Traditional Medicine and its Resilience in Idanre, Ondo state, Southwest Nigeria.
FajemolaEmmanuelMr.Otherssickle cell journal
AikhojeAlexanderDr.Lecturer1Aikhoje, Alexander.New York City Human Resources Administration central compliant Unit: Advocates Are Geared Towards Increasing Customers’ Satisfaction and Public Trust. 2003 Details of publication(s) showings: Aikhoje, Alexander E. & Oseremen F. Irene (2016). Social and Family Support and Bicultural Ethnic Identity Development: The Nigerian-Americans Experience in New York City. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advance Studies, Vol. 3, Issue 7, 2016. Irene, Oseremen F. & Alexander E. Aikhoje (2016). Oil, Community Resistance and the Nonviolent Option. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advance Studies, Vol. 3, Issues 7, 2016 Irene, Oseremen F. & Alexander E. Aikhoje (2016). HIV/AIDS in Oyo State, Nigeria. Analysis of Spatial Pattern of Prevalence and Policy Implication. African Research Review, Vol. No. 4 Irene, Oseremen F. & Alexander E. Aikhoje (2016). Creating Local Peace Committee: A Participatory Action Research Project In Ojoo. International Journal of Arts and Humanities, Vol. 5, No.4 Aikhoje, Alexander E. (2011). Social and Family Support and Bicultural Ethnic Identity Development: First-and Second-Generation Nigeria-Americans In New York City. Ann Arbor: ProQuest Publication.
AKINDIPELEKE EBENEZERMr.Assistant Lecturer1.the role of small scale businesses in the development of Nigeria Economy 2.the role of actuaries in the valuation of equity and stock market 3.assessment of risk management in the Nigeria banking industryNil
AKINYOMIOladele JohnDr.HODFinancial Management, Management Accounting and Tax ManagementPROCEEDINGS OF ACADEMIC CONFERENCES (1) Akinyomi O. J. (2010). The effect of internal control system on Nigerian banks. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Sustainable Development, Vol. 6, No. 5, August 3-6, 2010, Niger Hall, CEC, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria. (2) Akinyomi O. J. (2010). Forensic accountants and corporate fraud reduction. Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress on Research and Development, Vol. 5, No. 4, October 5-8, 2010, Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. (3) Akinyomi O. J., & Tasie, C. (2011). Effects of working capital management on the profitability of Nigerian manufacturing firms. Proceedings of the Fifth African Regional Conference on Sustainable Development, Vol. 5, No. 3, May 3-6, 2011, Alumni Conference Hall, Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria. (4) Akinyomi, O. J & Tasie C. (2011). Impact of telecommunication liberalization in Nigeria. Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Sustainable Development, Vol. 7, No. 1, July 26-29, 2011, Chinua Achebe Arts Theatre, University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. (5) Akinyomi, O. J & Tasie C. (2012). Perceptions of accountants on factors affecting auditor’s independence in Nigeria. Proceedings of Ninth International Conference on Sustainable Development, Vol. 9, No. 3, September 10-13, 2012, Comasie Hall, Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria (6) Akinyomi, O. J. & Enahoro, J. A. (2013). Effect of information technology on corporate financial reporting. Proceedings of the Eight International Conference on Development Studies, Vol. 11, No. 1, February 12-13, 2013, Conference Hall, University of Lagos Guest House, University of Lagos, Nigeria. (7) Akinyomi, O. J. (2013). Managers’ perception of factors influencing dividend decisions in Nigeria. Proceedings of the Eight International Conference on Development Studies, Vol. 11, No. 1, February 12-13, 2013, Conference Hall, University of Lagos Guest House, University of Lagos, Nigeria. (8) Akinyomi, O. J., & Enahoro, J. A. (2014). A post consolidation analysis of recapitalization and lending behavior in Nigerian banking sector. National Conference on Programme on Policy, Conflict and Strategic Studies, August 4-6, 2014, Babcock Business School Auditorium I, Babcock University, Ogun State, Nigeria. (9) Akinyomi, O. J. (2015). Credit risk management and profitability: Evidence from Nigeria. Proceedings of International Conference on Sustainable Development, Vol. 15, No. 4, April 13-16, 2015, Postgraduate Hall, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. (10) Akinyomi, O. J., & Olutoye, A. E. (2015). Corporate governance and profitability of Nigerian banks. Proceedings of International Conference on Sustainable Development, Vol. 15, No. 4, April 13-16, 2015, Postgraduate Hall, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. (11) Akinyomi, O. J. (2016). Determinants of corporate social responsibility disclosure in the Nigerian manufacturing sector. Proceedings of Eleventh International Conference on Advances in Sciences, Management and the Arts, April 12-13, 2016, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. (12) Akinyomi, O. J., & Omope, S. S. (2016). Exchange Rate Fluctuations and Economic Growth: Evidence from Nigeria Fourth Learned International Conference, June 9-11, 2016, Crawford University, Igbesa, Ogun State, Nigeria PUBLICATIONS IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS (1) Akinyomi, O. J. (2010). The role of auditors in fraud detection, prevention and reporting in Nigeria. Journal of Research in National Development, 8(1), 234-240. (2) Akinyomi, O. J. (2010). The effect of internal control system on Nigerian banks. International Journal of Accounting, 2(1), 123-129. (3) Akinyomi, O. J. (2010). Forensic accountants and corporate fraud reduction. Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, 7(4), 75-79. (4) Akinyomi, O. J. (2010). The impact of recapitalization policy on the profitability of Nigerian Banks. International Journal of Development and Management Review, 6(1), 118-127. (5) Akinyomi, O. J., & Akinyomi, R. M. (2010). The pioneer income tax relief as an investment incentive in Nigeria. International Journal of Development and Management Review, 6(1), 85-95. (6) Akinyomi, O. J. (2010). Impact of information technology on the operations of Nigerian banks. Journal of Research in National Development, 8(2), 396-400. (7) Akinyomi, O. J. (2011). A survey of current practice of capital investment appraisal in Nigerian corporate organizations. Adamawa State University Journal of Accounting Research, 1(1), 65-71. (8) Akinyomi, O. J., & Tasie, C. (2011). The impact of tax incentives on the performance of small scale enterprises. Adamawa State University Journal of Accounting Research, 1(1), 181-188. (9) Akinyomi, O. J., & Tasie, C. (2011). Effects of working capital management on the profitability of Nigerian manufacturing firms. Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, 8(1), 57-62. (10) Akinyomi, O. J., & Tasie, C. (2011). Impact of telecommunication liberalization in Nigeria. Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, 8(2), 125-133. (11) Akinyomi, O. J. (2012). Impact of organizational culture on the performance of faith-based universities. Journal of Research in National Development, 10(3), 244-250. (12) Akinyomi, O. J. (2012). Evaluating the relationship between liquid assets and working capital management in Nigerian firms. International Journal of Advancement in Management Science, 2(1), 39-44. (13) Akinyomi, O. J. (2012). Relevance of corporate governance in Nigerian banks. International Journal of Development and Management Review, 7(1), 216-225 (14) Akinyomi, O. J. (2012). Examination of fraud in the Nigerian banking sector and its prevention. Asian Journal of Management Research, 3(1), 184-192. (15) Akinyomi, O. J. (2012). Effect of budgeting on the performance of Nigerian manufacturing industry. International Journal of Information, Business and Management, 4(3), 43-58. (16) Akinyomi, O. J., & Tasie, C. (2012). Perceptions of accountants on factors affecting auditor’s independence in Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Commerce and Management. 2(11), 25-29. (17) Akinyomi, O. J. (2013). Survey of corporate social responsibility practices in the Nigerian manufacturing sector. International Journal of Research Studies in Management, 2(1), 1-10. (18) Akinyomi, O. J., & Enahoro, J. A. (2013). Effect of information technology on corporate financial reporting. International Journal of Research in Commerce, Information Technology and Management, 3(2), 31-35. (19) Akinyomi, O. J. (2013). Assessment of factors influencing costing system implementation in Nigeria. International Journal of Information, Business and Management, 5(1), 139-150. (20) Akinyomi, O. J. (2013). Managers’ perception of factors influencing dividend decisions in Nigeria. International Journal of Advances in Management and Economics, 2(2), 135-140. (21) Akinyomi, O. J., & Okpala, K. (2013). Appraisal of factors influencing tax avoidance and evasion in Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Commerce and Management. 4(5), 107-111. (22) Akinyomi, O. J., & Olagunju, A. (2013). Determinants of capital structure in Nigeria. International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, 3(4), 999-1005. (23) Akinyomi, O. J. (2013). Impact of board structure on corporate financial performance. International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT and Management, 3(6), 135-139. (24) Akinyomi, O. J. (2013). Effect of capital structure on firm performance: Evidence from Nigerian manufacturing industry. International Journal of Innovative Research & Studies, 2(9), 468-480. (25) Akinyomi, O. J., & Olagunju, A. (2013). Effect of firm size on profitability: Evidence from Nigerian manufacturing sector. Prime Journals of Business Administration and Management, 3(9), 1171-1175. (26) Akinyomi, O. J. (2013). Effect of top management support on activity-based costing system implementation in Nigerian manufacturing sector. International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary, 1(9), 148-157. (27) Akinyomi, O. J., Enahoro J. A., & Olutoye, A. E. (2013). Corporate social responsibility and financial performance: Evidence from Nigerian manufacturing sector. Asian Journal of Management Research, 4(1), 153-162. (28) Akinyomi, O. J., & Olabisi, J. (2013). Prospects and problems of cashless policy in Nigeria. Journal of Business and Public Dynamics for Development, 1(1), 49-59. (29) Akinyomi, O. J. (2014). Influence of competition on activity-based costing system implementation in Nigerian manufacturing sector. International Journal of Information, Business and Management, 6(1), 11-28. (30) Akinyomi, O. J. (2014). Effect of cash management on firm profitability of Nigerian manufacturing firms. International Journal of Marketing and Technology,4(1), 129-140. (31) Akinyomi, O. J. (2014). Survey of activity-based costing system implementation in the Nigerian manufacturing sector. International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering, 4(1), 86-100. (32) Akinyomi, O. J. (2014). Effects of product diversity and activity-based costing system implementation in Nigerian manufacturing sector. International Journal of Marketing and Technology,4(2), 46-54. (33) Akinyomi, O. J., & Olagunju, A. (2014). Customers’ perceptions of electronic banking in Nigeria. Journal of Business and Public Dynamics for Development, 2(1), 22-33. (34) Akinyomi, O. J. (2014). Effect of firm size on activity-based costing system implementation in Nigerian manufacturing sector. International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, 3(1) 82-87. (35) Akinyomi, O. J. (2014). Effect of deposit volume on lending behaviour in the Nigerian post- consolidation banking era. International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, 4(1), 21-25. (36) Akinyomi, O. J. (2014). Relationship between dividend payout and financial performance of manufacturing firms in Nigeria. Journal of Emerging Issues in Accounting & Finance, 1(1), 38-54. (37) Akinyomi, O. J., Olabisi, J., & Enahoro, J. A. (2014). Tear down analysis technique in small and medium scale enterprises in Lagos industrial metropolis. Journal of Emerging Issues in Accounting & Finance, 1(1), 49-59. (38) Akinyomi, O. J., & Olutoye, E. A. (2014). Effect of board gender diversity on banks profitability in Nigeria. International Journal of Physical and Social Sciences, 4(10), 225-237. (39) Akinyomi, O. J., & Olutoye, E. A. (2014). Effect of mergers and acquisitions on banks profitability in Nigeria. International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering, 4(10), 176-186. (40) Akinyomi, O. J., & Enahoro, J. A. (2014). A post consolidation analysis of recapitalization and lending behaviour in Nigerian banking sector. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 4(4), 190-197. (41) Akinyomi, O. J., & Olutoye, E. A. (2015). Corporate governance and profitability of Nigerian banks. Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting,7(1), 172-182 (42) Akinyomi, O. J. (2014). Cost information and activity-based costing system implementation in Nigerian manufacturing sector. International Journal of Management and Accounting Sciences, 1(1), 22-28. (43) Akinyomi, O. J. (2015). Empirical review of financial management practices in SMEs. LAPAI International Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 8(1 & 2), 184-193. (44) Akinyomi, O. J. (2014). Effect of inventory management on profitability: Evidence from the Nigerian manufacturing sector. International Journal of Management and Accounting Sciences, 1(1), 7-16. (45) Akinyomi, O. J. (2015). Target costing system and business profitability: A review. LADI Research Centre, Journal of Leadership, Accounting Development and Investigation Research, 2(1), 59-66. (46) Akinyomi, O. J. (2015). Activity-based costing implementation: A theoretical review. International Journal of Management and Accounting Sciences, 2(1), 28-41 (47) Akinyomi, O. J. (2015). Review of studies on macro-economic variables and stock performance. Uniosun International Journal of Accounting and Finance, 1(1), 116-125 (48) Akinyomi, O. J. (2016). Labour turnover: Causes, consequences and prevention. Fountain University Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 5(1), 105-112
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