Health and Economic Implications of Waste Dumpsites in Cities: The Case of Lagos, Nigeria
Ogunrinola, Isaiah Oluranti and Adepegba, E. Omosalewa (Miss).
Olurinola (formerly OGUNRINOLA) Isaiah Oluranti » Isaiah Oluranti OLURINOLA (formerly, OGUNRINOLA), is a Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics, College of Business and Social Sciences (CBSS), Covenant University, Nigeria where he teaches both the undergraduate and graduate courses in Economic Theory, Labour Economics and Economics of Development. He obtained BSc, MSc and PhD degrees in Economics from Obafemi Awolowo University,... view full profile
MICRO-CREDIT AND MICRO-ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT: An Analysis of Some Rural-based Enterprises in Nigeria
ICT Access, Social Infrastructural Facilities and the Performance of Informal Micro- and Small- Business Enterprises (MSBEs) in Nigeria
Global Economic Crisis and Career Aspirations among ‘Okada’ Riders in Nigeria: The Influence of Apprenticeship Skills Training