ADEOYE Ajibade Moses Anderson

ADEOYE Ajibade Moses Anderson

Lecturer I

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.


My main areas of specialization include macroeconomics, international economics, monetary economics, and mathematical economics. Specifically, I have flair for development issues, global economic growth & development, and the emerging economies.

I research and analyse the causes and consequences of poverty, and of debts; the effects of foreign direct investment, and multinational corporations. It is hoped that in the nearest future, in addition to the usual academic outputs, my work would have a substantial policy impact.

Moreover, I work on a wide range of macroeconomics, international economics and political economy topics concerned with Africa.

On a more general view, I also take interest in the economic cooperation and interactions amongst African countries, and her relations with the rest of the world, and the international organizations (IMF, World Bank, BIS & WTO), amongst others. Within macroeconomics, I focus on external shocks, exchange rate and trade policies. Whilst within microeconomics, I have focused on money and capital markets.


  • MSc. Economics, University of Ibadan, 2000
  • BSc. Economics, University of Ibadan, 1995
  • PhD, Energy Economics, University of Ibadan, (In View)


  • Atoyebi, T.A, Adeoye, A.M.A, Owoeye, M.O. and Adams, D.A. The Scourge of STDs among Young Adults in Abuja: Implications for Human Resource and Sustainable Development. International Journal of Research, Innovations and Sustainable Development, Vol. 7, No.4, 2017.
  • Oni, B. and Adeoye, A. (2011). Management of Labour market data in the framework of information communications technology: A Technical Paper Presented at the Sensitization Workshop on the Labour Market Observatory Project National Universities Commission, Abuja, 18th October, 2011.
  • Atoyebi, T.A.; Owoeye, M.O. and Adeoye, A.(2007): Poverty and Nigerian Rural Women Participation in Politics: Implication for Sustainable Democracy and Good Governance. A Paper presented at the Centre for Human Right and Gender Education, Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijebu Ode, Nigeria 9 – 12 April.
  • Atoyebi, T.A. and Adeoye, A.(2007): Poverty Reduction and the Psychological Well-being of rural women in Iwo community: Implications for Agricultural and rural transformation in Nigeria. A paper presented at the Nigerian Rural Sociological Association Conference held at Bowen University, Iwo, Nigeria, 14-18 August.
  • O.J. Adelakun & A. Adeoye (2020). The Determinants of Food Price Inflation in Nigeria: The Role of External and Internal Factors.
  • O.J. Adelakun & A. Adeoye (2020). Financial Deepening and Sectoral Performance in Emerging Markets: A Case of Nigerian Agric and Manufacturing Sectors.
  • O.J. Adelakun & A. Adeoye (2020). Financial Sector Reforms and Economic Growth in Nigeria


Business Planning90%
Business Law70%
Lecture Skill100%