Prof. (Mrs.) AFOLAMI, Carolyn Afolake

Degree: B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.
E-mail: carolynafolami@yahoo.co.uk
Tel: +234-803-389-9539
Fax: 234-39-243045
Department: Agric. Economics & Farm Management
Academic Rank: Professor
Current Position: Director AMREC
Research Interest: Econs & Prod. Econos


ACADEMIC DEGREES WITH DATE
· Ph.D., 1997
· M.Sc., 1978
· B.Sc. , 1974


INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATE
· University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 1991-1997
· Cornell University, Ithaca, U.S.A. 1976-1978
· University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 1971-1974


MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
· Nigerian Agricultural Society
· Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE)
· Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN)
· Nigerian Rural Sociological Association
· Horticultural Society of Nigeria (HORTSON)


PRIZES, HONOURS, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION
· Ford Foundation Scholar, University of Ibadan Staff Development Award: 1975 – 1978.
· University Post – Graduate Scholarship Award, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 1975.
· Federal Government of Nigeria Award for Higher School Certificate (HSC), 1970.
· Ogun State Governor’s Decoration as a Disciplined Staff (WAI), Ogun State Polytechnic, Abeokuta – 1984.


COURSES TAUGHT


RESEARCH CONDUCTED

· Commodity price analyses and price forecasts (crops and livestock)
· Resource use productivity and efficiency in agricultural enterprises.
· Gender issues
· Impact Assessment of Research Projects/ programs.
· Technology Adoption Studies.
· Quantification of Constraints to Poultry Enterprise Production.
· Economic evaluation of Cassava as feed ingredient
· Appraisal of various credit programmes for farmers empowerment in Nigeria.


PUBLICATIONS

i) Thesis and Dissertations:
a. OLUBIYI, C.A. (1974). “Diversification as a means of stabilizing farmers’ Income”, Unpublished Project in Partial Fulfillment of the B.Sc. Degree, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
b. OLUBIYI, C.A. (1978). “Impact of Risk on Rural Households Behaviour: A case study of Northern Nigeria. Unpublished M.S. Thesis, Cornell University, Ithaca, U.S.A.
c. AFOLAMI, C.A. (1997). “Effect of cassava improvement research and Commercialization on income equity in Nigeria. Unpublished Ph.D.
Thesis, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.193p.
ii) In Learned Journals:
1) AFOLAMI, C.A. (1982). “Economics of Resource Use: A case study of Nigerian Rural Households”. Nigerian Agricultural Journal 17/18: 197 – 208.
2) AFOLAMI, C.A. (1982). “Effect of Rainfall on yield of Cocoa”. Nigerian Agricultural Journal. 17/18: 189 – 196
3) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND O. AJOBO (1983). “An Economic Evaluation of a Cropping System: The case of cocoa grown in combination with oil palm”.
Café CacaoThe. XXVIII (2): 121 – 125.
4) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND N.E. EGBE (1984). “Yield response of Kola (Cola nitida Vent) Schoot and Endlicher to N.P.K. Fertilizer application – A case study of a preliminary trial”. Café Cacao The .XXVIII (1):13-16.
5) AFOLAMI, C.A. (1985): “An Economic Appraisal of N.P.K. fertilizer use on mature robusta coffee (Coffee Canephora, Pierre) at Isuada Plantation Nigeria” Café Cacao The..XXIX (1): 31 – 36.
6) AFOLAMI, C.A. (1997). “Gender Considerations in Agricultural Planning in Nigeria” Journal of Economics and Allied Studies. Department of Economics, Lagos State University. 1(1): 16 – 26.
7) ONWUKA, C.F.I.; ADETILOYE, P.O.; AND C.A. AFOLAMI (1997). “Use of Household Wastes and Crop Residues in Small Ruminant Feeding in Nigeria”. Small Ruminant Research 24: 233 –237.
8) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND I.A. AYINDE (1998). “Urban Agriculture, a panacea for poverty alleviation and food security” Journal of the National Association for the promotion of Studies in Arts and Social Sciences.1 (4): 77-79.
9) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND S.O. AFOLAMI (1999). “Implications of Seasonal Price Patterns and Price Trends of Table Eggs, layers mash and pullet day-old chicks for egg producers in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Tropical Journal of Animal Science. 1(2): 200-208.
10) AFOLAMI,C.A, AFOLAMI, S.O.AND L.S.O.NZEKWE (1999). Seasonal Price Indices and Price Forecast for Maize in Ogun State, Nigeria. Tropical Journal of Animal Science. 1(2):209-215.
11) AFOLAMI, C.A., D. ERUVBETINE AND S.O. AFOLAMI (1999). Seasonal Price Indices and Price Forecast for Livestock Feeds in Ogun State, Nigeria. Tropical Journal of Animal Science. 2(1):167-174.
12) AFOLAMI C.A.(1999). Price Analysis for Onion (Allium cepa) in Oyo State, Nigeria. Science Forum. Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 2 (1): 100-108.
13) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND T.O. OLOFINBIYI (1999). A socio- economic analysis of (Exotic Breed) turkey enterprise in Lagos State, Nigeria. West African Journal of Foods and Nutrition. 3(10):50-65.
14)*. AFOLAMI, C.A.;D.ERUVBETINE AND S.O. AFOLAMI (2000). The Economic
Implication of substituting Cocoa Pod Husk for Maize in Livestock Feeds in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production 27:114-119.
15) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND A.O. FALUSI (1998). “Effect of Technology Change and Commercialization on income equity in Nigeria, the case of improved cassava”.
Journal of Rural Economics and Development. Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Ibadan, 13(2): 131-145.
16). AFOLAMI, C.A. (1999): “Analysis of seasonal price patterns and price trends for Broiler and Pullet day-old chicks in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Science Forum. Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences.3 (1):79-88.
17) AFOLAMI C.A.; A.O.DIPEOLU AND I.O.ELEGBEDE (2000). “Seasonal Price Indices and Monthly Price Forecasts for Palm oil and Vegetable oil in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Tropical Oilseeds Journal. 5(1): 47-61
18) ADENIKINJU, S.A.; AFOLAMI, C.A. AND O.AJOBO (1991). Preliminary Comparative Analysis of Cocoa Yield under three treatments in combination with oil-palm in Nigeria. Ghana Journal Agric. Science .24-27, 37-41.
19). AFOLAMI, C.A. (2000). Inter- temporal and spatial pricing efficiency for maize marketing in Nigeria. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research. 1(1):77-85.
20 AFOLAMI, C.A. AND A.O.FALUSI (2000). Returns to investment in Cassava Research in Nigeria”. Journal of Economics and Allied Studies. Department of Economics, Lagos State University. 1(2): 12 – 28.
21) AFOLAMI, C.A.(2001). “Resource Use Productivity and Efficiency in Yam Production in Odeda Local Government, Ogun State,”. Ogun Journal of Agricultural Sciences. College of Agricultural Sciences, Ogun State University. Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria. 1(1): 22-36.
22) AFOLAMI, C.A. (2002). Inter- temporal and spatial pricing efficiency for guinea-corn and millet in Nigeria. ASSET, Series A. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta 2 (2):1-9
23) NZEKWE, L.S.O. AND AFOLAMI, C.A (2001). “Comparative Analysis of levels of instability in major Nigerian Agricultural Export Commodities”. Journal of Economics and Allied Studies. Department of Economics,
Lagos States University. 2(1): 21 –32.
24) AYINDE, I.A. AND AFOLAMI, C.A (2001). “An Assessment of Poverty Levels among Rural Farmers in Ogun State”. Journal of Economics and Allied Studies, Department of Economics, Lagos States University. 2(1): 8-20.
25) AFOLAMI, C.A.(2001). “A quantitative Analysis of egg price response to changes in prices of layer mash and pullet day-old chick in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Asset.
An International Journal. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Series A, 1(2): 89-96.
26) AFOLAMI, C.A. (2001). “Market integration and inter- temporal pricing efficiency for cowpea in Nigeria”. Asset. An International Journal. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Series A, 1(2): 171-185.
27) AFOLAMI, C.A.(2002). An empirical analysis of variety price premium, spatial and temporal pricing patterns for cowpeas in Ogun State, Nigeria. African Crop Science Journal. 10 (3):263-270.
28) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND I.A. AYINDE (2002). “Economics of tomato production in Yewa North Local Government Area of Ogun State, Agro-Science”. Agro-Science, Journal of Tropical Agriculture, Food, Environment & Extension. 1(1&2): 17- 23. (Abstract)
29) AFOLAMI,C.A. AND O.OLADIMEJI (2003). Producer response to retail egg price in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production 30 (1):81-86.
30) OGUNSUMI, L.O; AFOLAMI, C.A., A.A.LADELE, E.A.ADEBOWALE; AND B.O.OGUNBODEDE (2001). “Social benefit to downy mildew maize research in downy mildew endemic area of Nigeria”. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research.2 (2): 168-178.
31) Ayinde, I. A.; C. A. Afolami, A. B. Aromolaran et al (2002). “Intra – Zonal Poverty Situation among Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research 3(2): 306-312.

iii) Accepted Papers for Publication in Journals
32) OGUNSUMI, L.O, OBATOLU, C, AFOLAMI, C.A, AND ANOUNYE (2001). “Social returns to Soyabean utilization technologies in South west and Central zones of Nigeria”.
West African Journal of Foods and Nutrition.
iv) Papers submitted for Publication in Journals:
33) OGUNSUMI, L.O; J.O.SAKA; AFOLAMI, C.A;AND D.K.OJO (2001) Effect of downy mildew resistant maize technology on Farmers’ yield and income in downy mildew endemic area of Nigeria. Asset. An International Journal. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Series A,
34) AFOLAMI, C.A. “Market Price Behaviour for Pepper in Oyo State, Nigeria”, submitted to The Nigerian Agricultural Journal.
35) AFOLAMI, C.A.; MOMOH, S. AND I.A. AYINDE, “Retail price behaviour of Okro in Oyo State, Nigeria”, submitted to The Nigerian Agricultural Journal.
36) AFOLAMI, C.A. “Risk as an Inhibiting Factor in resource Use”, Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology, Makurdi.

v) Published Conference Proceedings:
37) Afolami, C.A. and D. Eruvbetine (1993). “Economics of substituting Cocoa Pod Husk (CPH) for maize in Livestock Feeds: The Nigerian Case”. Proceedings 11th International Cocoa Research Conference, Cote D’Ivore.pp 803-807.
38) AFOLAMI, C.A.(1993). Women-In-Agriculture Programme in Nigeria. “In Transforming Science and Technology: Contributions, Proceedings of 7th International Gender and Science Technology Conference (GASAT), University of Waterloo, Canada.pp.378-387.
39) Afolami, C.A. and O. Ajobo (1980). “Capital budgeting approach to estimating cost of coca production” In production of Cocoa, Coffee and Tea in Nigeria. Proceedings of the Nigerian Cocoa Board Symposium held at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 20th August 1980, Mayton Publishing Consultancy, P.O.Box 9761, University Post Office, Ibadan, Nigeria. pp. 15-22.
40) AJOBO, O. AND AFOLAMI, C.A. (1980). “An Exploratory Economic Analysis of coffee production in Nigeria”. In Production of Cocoa, Coffee and Tea in Nigeria. Proceedings of the Nigerian Cocoa Board Symposium held at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria 20th August, 1980. Mayton Publishing Consultants, P.O. Box 9761, University Post Office, Ibadan, Nigeria, pp.162–171.
41) ERUVBETINE, D. AND C.A. AFOLAMI (1992. Economic Evaluation of Cassava (Manihot esculenta) as a feed ingredient for broilers. Proceedings for the XIX World’s Poultry Conference, RAI, International Exhibition and Congress Centre, Amsterdam.
Pp.532-535.
42) AFOLAMI, C.A. (1992): “Simple Record Keeping Techniques for Rural Women Economic Ventures”. Proceedings of the National Workshop on Strategies for Mobilizing Rural Women for Economic Development, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Conference Proceedings Series No.4 pp.110-120
43) AFOLAMI, C.A. (1992). “Sourcing Funds (including credit) for Rural Women Economic Ventures”. ”. Proceedings of the National Workshop on Strategies for mobilizing rural women for economic development, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Conference Proceedings Series No.4 pp.104 -109.
44) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND I.O. AJANI (1994). “Gender participation, Group Formation and Adoption of Cassava Processing Technologies in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Conference of Nigerian Rural Sociological Association (NRSA), 13th – 17th March, 1994 at Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State,
Pp. 88-96
45) Eruvbetine, D., E.B. Oguntona and C.A. Afolami (1995). “Reducing feed cost with cassava (Manihot Esculenta) in Poultry Diets. XX World’s Poultry Congress, New Delhi, India
46) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND I.A. AYINDE (1996). Sustainable Vegetable Production: Analysis of Profitability and Resource use Efficiency in Vegetable Farming in Yewa North LGA of Ogun State. Proceedings 14th HORTSON Conference, Ogun State University,
Ago-Iwoye. 1-4 April, 1996, pp.247-253.
47) AFOLAMI, C.A. AND A.O. DIPEOLU (1998). “Average Seasonal Price Pattern for beef in Ogun State”. Proceedings of the Silver Anniversary Conference of Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP), Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta, Nigeria,pp.125 – 126.
48) AFOLAMI, C.A. (1998), “Average Seasonal Price patterns and Price Trend in Ogun State’ Nigeria for Day-old Chicks of Broiler and Pullet”. Proceedings of 3rd Annual Conference of Animal Science Association of Nigeria, Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos. pp.235 –238.
49) NZEKWE, L.S.O. AND C.A.AFOLAMI (2001). Technology adoption of improved practices by small-scale cassava farmers in ADP zones of Ogun State. Presented at the 35th annual conference of Agricultural Society of Nigeria, held at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, September, 16-20, 2001.
50) NZEKWE, L.S.O. AND C.A.AFOLAMI (2001). Pricing the environmental impact of agro- chemical use in agriculture. Presented at the 16th annual conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN), held at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

vi) Unpublished Conference Proceedings:

51. AFOLAMI, C.A. (1992). “An Exploration of Ex-post evaluation of livestock sub-sector of the ADP”. Invited paper presented at the 1992 National Monitoring and Evaluation Seminar, organized by APMEU, at Durbar Hotel, Kaduna.
52. AFOLAMI, C.A. (1992). “Black pod Incidence in the cropping system of cocoa grown in combination with oil-palm” presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Plant Protection.
53.AFOLAMI,S.O. AND C.A. AFOLAMI (1992). “Crop Protection in Arable Crops in Nigeria. A case study of Ogun State and a call for review”. Presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Plant protection.
54. AFOLAMI, C.A. AND I.O. VAUGHAN (1992). “Budgeting, monitoring and Control in the Administration of Local Government Education Authorities”. An invited paper presented at the National Workshop on Primary Education Management at Sango-Otta.
55. AFOLAMI, C.A. (1993). “Gender Issues in Lost Crops of Nigeria”. An invited paper delivered at the Workshop of Lost Crops of Nigeria, organized in collaboration with the Goethe Institute, the Nigeria German Association (Abeokuta), and Verein Deutscher Ingenuere (VDI).
56. AFOLAMI, C.A. (1994). “Solutions to the Problems of Marketing Agricultural Commodities in Nigeria”. Paper presented at the First Ogun State Council on Agriculture. OGADEP Conference Hall, Abeokuta.

v)Technical Reports:
57. Member, UNAAB Consultancy Team, Design and Formulation of project Document for National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA). Oke-Ako/Irele Project in Ondo State, Nigeria, May 1993 pp.139.
58) Member, UNAAB Consultancy Team, Design and formulation of project Document for National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA) for Joga-Orile Project in Ogun State of Nigeria, September 1992, pp. 143.
59) Resource Scientist, Diagnostic Survey of Livestock Production in Ogun State, conducted by Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, O.A.U., Ibadan and Federal Agricultural Coordinating Unit (FACU), Ibadan, December 1992.
60.Resource Scientist, Diagnostic Survey of Agricultural Potentials of Lagos State, Conducted by I.A.R.&.T. for Lagos State ADP, 1993.
61. Resource Person: National Agricultural Research Project (NARP), Preparation of National Agricultural Research Strategy Plan (NARSP) Report on South-West Zone of Nigeria.

vi) Books and Monographs:
62.Akinbode I. Adefolu and Carolyn Afolami (1993) (Editors). “Strategies
for Mobilising Rural Women for Economic Development: The Nigerian
Example”, UNAAB Conference Proceedings No.4, 145 pages.
63. ADEDIPE, N.O. AND CAROLYN AFOLAMI (1993) (Editors). “Enhancing Large -Scale Farming in Nigeria”. UNAAB Conference Proceedings No.3, 133 pages.

 

 

 

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