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 Dr. A. A. Akinola

B.Agric.(Agricultural Economics), OAU. Ile-Ife

M.Sc. (Agricultural Economics) OAU. Ile-Ife

PhD

 

Resource and Environmental Economics, Agric. Development and Policy

Impact and Environmental studies in Sub-Saharan Africa
 

 

 

For More information and enquiries, contact through

Phone ::: +234 806 9682 203
E-Mail :::
aakinola2000@yahoo.com; akinola@oauife.edu.ng

                                                                                       PUBLICATIONS

1) Ajobo, O; A. A. Tijani and A. A. Akinola (2004) “Socio-Economic Variables in the Management of Farms: Ondo State, Nigeria”. LASU Journal of Economics: 1 (2): 166-181, Nigeria.

2) Bamire, A. S; O. O. Olubode and A. A. Akinola (2005) “Socio-economic Analysis of Smallholder Land Management Practices in rice – based Production Systems in Nigeria”. Eastern Africa Journal of Rural Development: 21 (1): 119-136, Uganda.

3) Alimi, T; A. B. Ayanwale; A. S. Bamire and A. A. Akinola (2006) “Maize Grain Production in Nigeria: An OLS Analysis. The Nigerian Journal of Agricultural and Rural Management: 8 (1): 1-16, Nigeria.

4) Bamire A. S; A. A. Akinola; O. O. Olubode-Awosola and G. Oyewusi (2008) “Comparative Economic Analysis of Crop-Livestock Integration among Smallholder Maize Farmers in the Derived Savanna Zone of Southwestern Nigeria”. Ife Journal of Agriculture: 23 (1): 84-103, Nigeria

5) Akinola, A. A; A. D. Alene; R. Adeyemo; D. Sanogo; A. S. Olanrewaju (2009) “Economic impacts of soil fertility management research in West Africa”. African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics: 3 (2): 159-175, South Africa

6) Akinola, A. A; A. D. Alene; R. Adeyemo; D. Sanogo and A. S. Olanrewaju (2009 “Impact of Balanced Nutrient Management Systems Technologies in the Northern Guinea savanna of Nigeria”. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment: 7(2): 496-504, Finland

7) Adeyemo, R. and A. A. Akinola (2009) “Productivity of Cassava, Yam and Maize under Tropical Conditions”. International Journal of Vegetable Science: 16 (2): 118-127, Philadelphia, U. S. A.

8) Akinola, A. A; Alene, A. D; R. Adeyemo; D. Sanogo; A. S. Olanrewaju; C. Nwoke; G. Nziguheba and J. Diels (2010) “Determinants of Adoption And Intensity of use of Balanced Nutrient Management Systems Technology in the Northern Guinea Savanna of Nigeria”. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture: 49 (1): 25-45, Berlin

9) Akinola, A. A. and P. C. Eresama (2010) “Economics of Amaranthus cruentus Production under Tropical Conditions”. International Journal of Vegetable Science: 16 (1): 32-43, Philadelphia, U. S. A.

10) Tijani A. A., A. A. Akinola and N. A. Sofoluwe (2010) “Analysis of Profitability of Synthetic and Naturally Occurring Pesticides in Solanecio biafrrae production”. International Journal of Vegetable Science (Accepted)

 

 

 

 
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