ADETUNJI, Morenike Oluwatoyin (PhD) (Mrs.) CV

 

 

  Agric Econ and Ext, LAUTECH, Ogbomoso.
Oyo State. Nigeria

 

 

 

234-8033601965, 08075362084 035-206240; moreniketunji@yahoo.com

Mrs. ADETUNJI, Morenike Olutoyin (Ph.D)   
(Nee~Okunmadewa)

DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH

 

STATE                                 

           18th  February  1969 /  ILESHA

            Osun State, Nigeria

PUBLICATIONS

 

i)       Thesis/Dissertation
(1) The effects of Land Tenure Systems on Technology Adoption by Farmers in Oriade Local Government, Osun State. ( B.Sc. Thesis)

 (2)    Performance Evaluation of Farmers Multipurpose Cooperatives Using  Improved Technology in some farms in Ejigbo Local Government Area                                                                            (M Sc Thesis)

 (3)    Comparative Economic Efficiency of Post Harvest Technology  Transferred by  Cooperatives and Other Channels in Oyo State, Nigeria.                                                          (M Phil /Ph.D.  Dissertation)

(4) Economics Of Maize Storage Technologies In Kwara State, Nigeria.     
                          ( Phd Thesis)

 

ii)          BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS
                Contribution to books
(1) Ogunwale ,A. B., Adetunji,  M. O.  and Ige, O. O. (1999): Accessibility of Rural Women to factors of Production in Rural Communities of Ogbomoso Agricultural Zone of Oyo State, Nigeria”.In Poverty Alleviation and Food Security in Nigeria.Fabiyi Y. L and Idowu E. O. (eds).  Pg. 132 to 135.

(2)Okunola, S.O, Oladejo, J.A and Adetunji, M.O (2006): Marketing     Performance,Agricultural Marketing in Nigeria. O.O Ladipo (ed). Pg 50-65.

                 Authored books
(3)    Adetunji,  M.O, Oladeebo, J.O,  Amao, J.O and Oladejo. J. A ,  (2007): Introduction To Macroeconomics.  Amstrong Plus Communication.
                   ISBN;978-48101-3-5

(4) Ladipo, O.O, Fabiyi,Y.L, Adetunji, M.O, Oladejo, J.O and Sanusi,.W.Y (2004) :Introduction  To  Microeconomics. New Age Publications, Ladipo.O.O           (ed), ISBN 978-37915-5-9.

*(5)Adetunji, M.O, Oladejo, J.A, Okunola, S.O and Ezekiel, A.A(2006): Agricultural Marketing and International Trade, Adetunji, M.O (ed), His Grace Publisher. ISBN 978-080-168-5

*(6)Adetunji, M.O, Oladejo, J.A, Okunola, S.O and Adepoju, A.A(2007): Cooperative Economics; Principles and Practices, Adetunji, M.O                (ed), His Grace Publisher. ISBN 978-080-177-4

 

iii)       PUBLISHED ARTICLES

         a)     Journal  Articles
 (7)  Adetunji, M. O., Ajetomobi, J. O  and Ladokun,  F (2000):  Impact of Farmers’  Cooperative Societies on Agricultural Development in Oriire Local Government Area in Oyo State. Journal of Nigerian Rural Sociological Association.  Vol  3, Nos 1&2,  Pg 25-32
 
(8)  Oladosu,  I. O, Kuponiyi,  F.A  and Adetunji,  M. O (2000): Implication of Training    on Role Performance of Community Development Workers in Oyo State, Nigeria. Africa Journal Of Research In Education.Vol 1, No 2, Pg 17-21.
 
 (9) Adetunji, M. O and Olagunju,  F. I.  (2002):  Socio-Economic Characteristics Of Cooperative Farmers In South Western Nigeria, International Journal of Business and Common Market Studies,Vol. 1, No. 1, Page 177-181.

(10) Adetunji, M. O. and  Olagunju,  F. I (2002): Evaluation of Timber Processing in Oyo State, Nigeria. International Journal of    Business and Common Market  Studies,  Vol. 1, No. 1, Page 127-135.

(11) Ajetomobi, J. O and Adetunji, M. O (2002): Economic Analysis of Sharecropping Contract in Nigeria’s cocoa Agriculture. International Journal of Business and Common Market Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, Page 109 –117.

(12)Oladosu, I. O. Adetunji, M. O. and Oluwaranti, A. (2004); Analysis, Training And Information Needs Of Farmers For Taro Cocoyam Production :As An Alternative Tuber For Farmers In Oyo  State Of  Nigeria .Afro-Asian Journal  Of Rural Development, Vol 37,No 2, Pp 57 – 67.
 (13) Adetunji,   M.  O (2004): Marketing Efficiency Of Cashew Nut In Oyo   State. Journal Of Rural Research And Information. Vol 1, No 1 pg 21 –29.

(14) Adetunji, M. O (2004): Comparative Analysis Of Group And   Individual Cassava Processing Methods In Akinyele Local Government Area Of Oyo State. Africa:Journal of Comtemporary Issues. Vol   2 No 2, pp165 – 174.
(15) Adetunji,  M.  O and Adedapo, K.D (2005):  Participation of  Women in Processing And Marketing of Locust Beans In Asa Local Government Area Of Kwara State. Science Focus,,Vol 10     No 2. Pp 6 –12.
 (16) Adedapo, K.D and Adetunji,  M.  O (2005); The Effect Of Rural Entrepreneurship Participation On Poverty Alleviation In Surulere Local Government Area Of Oyo State. Science Focus, , Vol10 No 2. Pp 130-136.
(17)Adetunji, M. O and Ezekiel, A. A.  (2005): Comparative Analysis Of  Pork And Chevon Marketing In Ibadan Metropolis, Oyo State.   International           Journal Of Applied Agricultural And Apicultural  Research Vol 2  No 1. Pp 38 - 46.
*(18) W. A. Sanusi and M.O Adetunji (2006): Credit Utilization Among   Small Scale Poultry Farmers In Ibadan, Oyo State. International           Journal of Poultry Sciences, Asian Network for Scientific information. 5(10)  12-16
*(19) Adetunji, M. O, Adesiyan, I.O and W. A. Sanusi  (2007):  Household Energy Consumption  Pattern in Osogbo Local Government Area of Osun State. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, 4 (1), 9-13.
* (20) Adetunji, M. O and Olaniyi, A. O, Raufu, M. O  (2007): Effects of   Advertisement and Sales Promotions on Demand for Dairy Products in         Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria. The Social Sciences.     2(3): 336-339
*(21) Adetunji,   M.  O (2007): Economics of Maize Storage Techniques by Farmers in Kwara State, Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, 4 (3), 442-450
 
    b)         Conference Proceedings:
                      
(22) Adetunji   M.  O. &  Adetunji . A. (2003): Economics Implication Of Child Labour On Cassava Processing In Akinyele Local Government Area, Oyo  State, Protecting Nigerian Child From Food Insecurity And Poverty, Children In   Agriculture   Programme,  Ibadan , Nigeria. Adeyeye .    V.A.(ed),  Pg 9-15.

(23) Adetunji   M.  O (2003): The Role Of Nigerian Girl-Child In Alleviating Household Poverty And Food  Insecurity In Asa Local Government Area      In Kwara State, Protecting Nigerian Child From Food Insecurity And    Poverty, Children In Agriculture Programme,  Ibadan , Nigeria. Adeyeye V.A.(ed),Pg           163-   169.

iv)   ARTICLES  ACCEPTED FOR  PUBLICATION

(24) Adetunji, M. O and Olaniyi, A. O, Raufu, M. O  (2005): Assessment Of Benefit Derived By Cocoa Farmers From Cocoa Development Unit Activities In Oyo states. Journal of  Human Ecology.Kamla-raj.JHE 1438.

(25)   Ezek   (25)zekiel, A.A, Oladejo and  Adetunji, M. O  (2006): Economics AnaAAnalysis of Cocoa Marketing in Ondo State. Journal of Social Scie             The Social Sciences, c/o MsKamla-     Raj Enterprise,Delhi, India.

                                (26) Adetunji M.O and Ezekiel, A.A (2006):Occupational

                                           Hazards Of        Frozen Fish Marketing In Sagamu Local Government                  Area,  Ogun state. Journal of Social Sciences, c/o MsKamla-Raj                          Enterprise,Delhi, India.

CURRENT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES 
      My current research activities focus on marketing of agricultural products, household food security and involvement of farmers and traders  in product storage activities.
       Few  are listed below;
            -  Determinants of Income Generation among Food             Marketers in Osun     and Oyo state
    -       Profitability evaluation of leafy vegetables in             Ogbomoso zone

    -    Determinant of leafy and exotic vegetables prices in             Osun State (1996 - 2006

EDUCATION

    Institutions Attended with Dates
(a) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State - 1999  -  2005
(b) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State -  1995   -  1997
(c) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State:-  1988  -  1993

            Academic and Professional Qualification with Dates
 (a) Ph.D    (University of Ibadan, Ibadan)    -   1999  -  2005
  (b) M.Sc.  Agricultural Economics
        (University of Ibadan, Ibadan)              -     1995  -  1997
                       
 (c)  B.Sc. (Agriculture) Agriculture Economics
       (Second Class with Upper Division; 21)
       (University of Ibadan, Ibadan)       -     1988  - 1993

 

       WORK EXPERIENCE
Previous Work Experience In The University System:
(a)      Graduate Assistant: -   Department of Agricultural                         Economics  & Extension, LAUTECH,Ogbomoso   
                                                                                     1995-1997

(b)     Assistant Lecturer  -  Department of Agricultural Economics &   Extension  LAUTECH, Ogbomoso.                                                                                              1997 – 1999

(c)      Lecturer II  -  Department of Agricultural Economics &                                     Extension LAUTECH, Ogbomoso. 1999 –2002

(d)      Lecturer I  -  Department of Agricultural Economics &                           Extension LAUTECH, Ogbomoso.    2002 – 2006

(e)     Senior Lecturer   - Department of Agricultural Economics & Extension LAUTECH, Ogbomoso.
                                                                         2006 – till date

          I participated in the teaching of:
AEE 201:     Introduction to Micro-economics
AEE 202:     Introduction to Macro-economics
AEE 503:     Agricultural Marketing & International                       Trade of Commodity
AEE 512:     Agricultural Cooperatives and                                  Agribusiness.
AEE 607:    Advanced  Agricultural  Marketing  (PGD)
AEE 707:     Advanced  Agricultural  Marketing  (PG)

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INTERESTS

  Reading, Teaching and Traveling

REFEREES


          Prof J.A Akinwumi
       Agricultural Economics
           University of Ibadan,
          Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria

          Prof F.  O .Okunmadewa
          Agricultural Economics
           University of Ibadan,
          Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria

            Prof, A.O.  Falusi
          Agricultural Economics
           University of Ibadan,
          Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria

 


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