Oluwalana, E.O.A: Publications

1.¬†¬†¬† Oluwalana, E.O.A. (2003); ‚ÄĚImpact Assessment of Credit on Agricultural¬† Productivity of Women Farmers in Some Selected Local Government Areas of Ogun State‚ÄĚ (Unpublished M.Sc. Agricultural Economics Dissertation) Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State.
2.¬†¬†¬† Oluwalana, E.O.A.(1998) ‚ÄúBank Restructuring Options: Nigerian Experience‚ÄĚ. (Unpublished M.Sc. Banking and Finance Dissertation) Department of Economics, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
3.¬†¬†¬† Sorinmade E.O (1982) ‚ÄúAgricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund: A case study¬†¬† of Ogun State‚ÄĚ. (Unpublished B.Sc. (Hons) Agricultural Economics Dissertation), Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. Oyo State
(ii)    Other Professional Dissertations
1.¬†¬†¬† Oluwalana, E.O.A. (2000) ‚ÄúAutomated Banking System: A case study of National Bank of Nigeria, Ibadan, Oyo State. (Unpublished Post‚ÄďGraduate Diploma Computer Studies Dissertation) University of Port Harcourt, Ibadan Study Centre, Oyo State.
2.¬†¬†¬† Oluwalana, E.O.A. (1992) ‚ÄúAutomated Banking System: A case study of National Bank of Nigeria, Abeokuta, Ogun State.‚ÄĚ (Unpublished Diploma in Computer Studies ) Ogun State Polytechnic, Abeokuta, Ogun State.


In Learned Journals, Books and Chapters in Books Already Published
Articles in Learned Journals

1.    Oluwalana, E.O. and Sokoya, G. O (2002) Management as a tool for effective agricultural
extension delivery system. African Journal of Educational planning and Policy Studies. (AJEPPS) University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Vol.3 No. 1 pp 49-58
2.    Adegbite, D.A and Oluwalana, E.O.A (2004) Revolving loan scheme as a poverty
alleviation strategy: A case study of women groups in UNAAB Extension Village. FAMAN Journal Vol. 7 No 1.pp 16-31
3.  Apantaku, S.O., Oluwalana.E.O.A. and Adepegba. O.A. (2006) Poultry farmers’ preferenceand use of commercial and self- compounded feeds in Oyo area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Human Values United States of America: University         of Florida, Gainesville, 23: pp 245-252
4.  Sokoya, G.O., Oluwalana, E.O., and Irekhore, O.T(2006) Men’s leisure and Women’s Multiple Role involvement in Rural Agribusiness: Implications for Gender Sensitive Management Approaches. Gender and Behaviour  Ile-Ife: Ife Centre for Psychological Studies,  Vol. 4 No. 2. pp 882-895
5.  Oluwalana, EOA, Adekunle M.F, and Ayeni A.A.(2007) Sales of Medicinal Forest Tree Barks in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. African Research Review  vol.1(1) pp 66-76


Books
1.    Oluwalana Funmi (2005) Essentials of Banking Operations: A handbook for Students, Customers and Bankers Relationship. Abeokuta: Dips Publishers. 53pp
2.    Oluwalana Funmi (2008) A faithful helpmeet for the Businessmen with Tips on Honey Medica Healthy Lifestyle (HOMHEAL) Diet Plan. Nigeria. Rohi-Care Publications 92pp
3.    Oluwalana Samuel and Oluwalana Funmi (2008) Remedies for Common Ailment: A Herbal and Non-Herbal Approach. Nigeria. Rohi-Care Publications. 92pp


Chapters in Technical Monographs (In Print)
(A).  Oluwalana E.O.A, Adegbite D.A. and Oluwalana,S.A.(2006) Entrepreneurship Skill Development and Marketing opportunities for bee-hive products. In: Beekeeping and Medicinal Application of Honey. Omotayo A.M., Oluwalana S.A., Jaiyeola, M.A. and Irekhore, O.T. (Eds). AMREC Publication Series No 2. pp 82.
(B).Oluwalana E.O.A (2006) Entrepreneurship Skills Development and Marketing opportunities for Beehives products(Quiz). In: Beekeeping and Medicinal Application of Honey. Omotayo A.M., Oluwalana S.A., Jaiyeola, M.A. and Irekhore,O.T. (Eds). AMREC Publication Series No 2. 82pp.

(C).  Enikuomehin O.A. and Oluwalana E.O.A (2007) Post-Harvest Handling of Tomato fruits for Commercialisation of Tomato-based products In: Tomato Production, Processing, Preservation and Storage.
Omotayo A.M., Sokoya, G.O., Jaiyeola, M.A. and Oluwalana, E.O.A. (Eds) AMREC Publication Series. 37pp.

(D) Oluwalana E.O.A. and Enikuomehin O.A. (2007) Packaging and Marketing of Value-added Tomato Products In: Tomato Production, Processing, Preservation and Storage. Omotayo A.M., Sokoya, G.O., Jaiyeola, M.A. and Oluwalana, E.O.A. (Eds) AMREC Publication Series. 37pp.

(iii)   Refereed Conference Proceedings:
1.  Adekunle,M.F., Momoh, S. and Oluwalana, E.O.A.(2003): Economic Valuation of environmental resources for sustainable management: A Case Study of Arakanga Forest Reserve, Ogun State,Nigeria In: Environmental Sustainability In A Democratic Government. V. Adekunle, E. Okoko & S. Adeduntan (Eds.) Proceedings of the 11th Annual National Conference of Environment and Behaviour Association of Nigerian (EBAN), held at Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria, 26th-27th November 2003.pp.145-151  
2.     Adekunle, M.F., Soaga, J.A. and Oluwalana, E.O(2003): Economic and Ethnomedicinal values for some forest plants in Omo Forest Reserve, Ogun state, Nigeria Implications for Environmental Resources Conservation. In: Enviromental Sustainability in a Democratic Government. V.Adekunle, E.Okoko & S.Adeduntan (Eds.) Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of Environment and Behaviour Association of Nigerian (EBAN). held at Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria, 26th-27thNovember 2003.Pp.156-162
3.    Opeolu B.O and Oluwalana E. O. A. (2003): Women Empowerment for  Enhanced Private
Sector Participation for sustainable Agriculture. In: Promoting Private Sector Participation in Nigerian Agriculture.  P.A. Okuneye and K. Adebayo (Eds.) Proceedings of the 18th  National Conference of the Farm Management Association of  Nigeria (FAMAN) held at the University of Calabar, Calabar between 2nd and  4th December 2003. Pp 84-87
4.    Oluwalana E.O.A., Okuneye P.A. and Sokoya G.O (2004): Micro-Credit for  Agricultural
Development: A study of Women Groups in Ogun State, Nigeria. In: Agri-Business in the African Century. Peter Bola Okuneye and Grace O. Evbuomwan (Eds).Proceedings of the African Farm Management Association (AFMA) 7th Biennial Congress held at Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Corporate Headquarters, Abuja, Nigeria, 19th ‚Äď 21st October 2004 pp 254-263
5.    Opeolu B.O. and Oluwalana E.O.A. (2004): Environmental Health and Economic
Assessment of Small and Medium Scale Cassava Processing Industry in ogun State, Nigeria. In: Agri-Business in the African Century. Peter Bola Okuneye and Grace O. Evbuomwan¬†¬† (Eds).Proceedings of the African Farm Management Association (AFMA) 7th Biennial Congress held at Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Corporate Headquarters, Abuja, Nigeria, 19th ‚Äď 21st October 2004 pp 254-263
6.  Oluwalana,E.O.A. and Opeolu B.O.(2004): Impact of Water and Pollution on Health of Cassava (gari) women processors in Odeda Local Government, Ogun state. In; Climate and Water Resources in the 21st Century: Challenges for Food security and Health. Editorial Committee Nigeria Meteorological Society (Eds), Proceedings of 18th Conference of Nigeria Meteorological Society (NMS) held at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. 16th-18th November, 2004. Pp. 45-51.
7. Oluwalana,E.O., Adekunle,M.F. and Ayeni A.A.(2004) Wealth Generation from Marketing
of Medicinal Forest Tree Bark in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. In: Environment, Culture and Wealth Generation. C.O. Adeofun, O.Oguntoke & Y.Akegbejo Samsons (Eds). Proceedings of the 12th Annual Conference of Environment and Behaviour Association of Nigerian (EBAN), held at the University of  Agriculture, Abeokuta.24th-26th November, 2004.Pp 68-71

 


BOOK OF ABSTRACTS:
1.    Oluwalana Elizabeth Olufunmilayo (2005): Bank Restructuring Option: Nigeria
Experience. In: Informal Financial Sector and Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Research Group for African Financial System and Development In: Collaboration with Department of Banking and Finance, University of Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. Held at Oodua Auditorium, University of Ado-Ekiti, 8th -10th June 2005 pp 17.

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