Dr. AKERELE Dare: Publications

Thesis/Dissertations
a). Akerele, D. (2013): Food Demand, Nutrition and Policy Analysis in Nigeria. Unpublished PhD Thesis, Submitted to the University of Reading, UK

b). Akerele, D. (2008): An Assessment of Household Food Security Situation in Ado- Ekiti, Ekiti State. Unpublished M. Agric. Dissertation, Submitted to the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria

c). Akerele, D. (2004): An Assessment of Food Security Situation among Rural Farming Households in Odeda Local Government Area, Ogun State. Unpublished B. Agric. Project, Submitted to the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria

(ii) Journal Articles in Print
1. Fadare, O., Amare, M., Mavrotas, G., Akerele, D. and Ogunniyi, A. (2019). Mother’s Nutrition-related Knowledge and Child Nutrition Outcomes: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria. PlosOne 14(2): e0212775. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0212775)

2. Fadare, O., Mavrotas, G., Akerele, D. and Oyeyemi, M. (2019). Micronutrient-rich Food Consumption, Intra-household Food Allocation and Child Stunting in Rural Nigeria. Public Health Nutrition. 22(3): 444–454. Published by University of Cambridge. Available online at doi:10.1017/S1368980018003075

3. Dare, A.M., Ayinde, I. A., Shittu, A. M., Akerele, D. and Sam-Wobo, S. O. (2018) Determinants of the Factors Affecting Willingness to Pay for Improved Sanitation among Rural Households in Oyo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Economics. 8(1): 72- 80. Published by Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists Available online at https://ideas.repec.org/a/ags/naaenj/280322.html

4. Adetoye, A.M., Adewuyi, S. A. and Akerele, D. (2018): Determinants of Forest Land Use Decisions among Rural Farm Households in South western Nigeria. Agricultura Tropica et Subtropica 51 (2): 83–91. Published by De Gruyter Open, Berlin, Germany, for the Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies, Mendelu University in Brno, Czech Republic Available online at DOI: 10.1515/ats 2018 0009

5. Alarima, C. I., Awotunde, J. M., Adamu, C. O., Akerele, D., Masunaga, T. and Wakatsuki, T. (2018). Adoption of Sawah Eco-technology in Rice Production by Farm Households in Kebbi State, Nigeria. Journal of Water and Land Development. 37(1): 11- 17. Polish Academy of Sciences and Institute of Technology and Life Sciences, Falenty. Available online at https://doi.org/10.2478/jwld-2018-0020

6. Akerele, D., Ayinde, F. O., Ezeonyekwelu, V.and Oladeinde, K. B. (2018) Awareness, Attitude and Consumption Intention Towards Sustainable Foods in Nigeria: Evidence from Ogun State. Agricultural Economics and Extension Research Studies 6 (2): 63- 74. Published by Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, University of Port Harcourt.

7. Akerele, D., Adetoyi, O. V., Ogunmola, O. O. and Aminu, F. O. (2018): Factors Influencing Meat Consumption among Households in Odeda Local Government Area, Ogun State, Nigeria: Does “Cholesterol Risk Perception” Really Matter? Ife Journal of Agriculture. 30(1): 8-19. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, Obafemi Awolowo University. Available online at https://ija.oauife.edu.ng/ index.php /ija/issue/view/7

8. Adetoye, A. M., Okojie, L. O. and Akerele, D. (2018): Forest Carbon Sequestration Supply Function for African Countries: An Econometric Modelling Approach. Forest Policy and Economics. 90(1): 59-66. Published by Elsevier. Available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/ j.forpol.2018.01.007

9. Akerele, D., Afolayan, S. O., Oyawole, F. P. and Sanusi, R. A. (2017): Socioeconomic Determinants of Food Waste among Households in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Economics. 7(1): 25-35. Published by Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists. Available online at https://ideas.repec.org/a/ags/naaenj/280322.html

10. Adekunle, C. P., Akinbode, S. O., Akerele, D., Oyekale, T. O. and Koyi, O. V. (2017): Effects of Agricultural Pesticide Utilization on Farmers Health in Egbeda Local Government Area, Oyo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Economics. 7(1): 73-85. Published by Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists. Available online at https://ideas.repec.org/a/ags/naaenj/280322.html

11. Aromolaran, A. K., Akerele, D., Oyekunle, O., Sotola, E. A. and Taiwo, L. K. (2017): Attitudes of Farmers to Extension Trainings in Nigeria: Implications for Adoption of Improved Agricultural Technologies in Ogun State Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 62(4): 423-443. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade, Serbia. Available online at http://joas.agrif.bg.ac.rs/archive/article/503

12. Akerele, D., Babatunde, O. D., Ibrahim, S. B. and Ibrahim, M. K. (2017): Edible Insects Purchase Decision and Intention to Reduce Meat for their Consumption: Evidence from Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. FUDMA Journal of Sciences. 1(1): 96-102. Published by Faculty of Science, Federal University of Dutsin-ma, Katsina State. Available online at http://journal.fudutsinma.edu.ng/index.php/fjs/article/view/260

13. Akerele, D., Ashaolu, O. F., Sanusi, R. A. and Egbetade, A. (2017): Analysis of Partial Effects of Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund on Outputs in Nigeria’s Agricultural Subsectors. Sarhad Journal of of Agriculture. 33(4): 630-638. Published by the University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Pakistan. Avaliable online at http://dx.doi.org/10.17582/journal.sja/2017/33 .4.630.638

14. Akerele, D., Umar, Z K. and Ayoade, A. M. (2017): What Determines Ginger’s Purchase Decision among Consumers in Tertiary Institutions in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria? Agricultura Tropica et Subtropica. 50(2): 101- 107. Published by De Gruyter Open, Berlin, Germany, for the Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies, Mendelu University in Brno, Czech Republic. Available online at DOI: 10.1515/ats‑2017‑0011

15. Solanke, E. O., Sanusi, M. M., Akerele, D. and Elegbede, I. (2017): Rice Consumption Patterns among Personnel of Tertiary Institutions, Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural and Development Economics. 7(1): 137-150. Published by Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, University of Abuja.

16. Akerele, D., Shittu, A. M., Ogunmola, O. O., Adekanmbi, A. A and Adekunle, C. P. (2017): Poverty Transition in Rural Nigeria: Do household Idiosyncratic, Farm and Geo-spatial Factors Influence Movers and Stayers? Tropical Agriculture, 94(2): 185-199. Published by the Faculty of Food and Agriculture, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. Available online at DOI:0041-3216/2017/020185-15

17. Sanusi, R. A., Akerele, D., Adegbite, T. T. and Afolabi, O. I. (2017): Managerial Capacity and Smallholder Cassava-based Farmers’ Production in Ogun State, Nigeria. Tropical Agriculture, 94(1): 74-84. Published by the Faculty of Food and Agriculture, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. Available online at https://journals.sta.uwi.edu/ta/index.asp?action=view PastAbstract&articleId=4705&issueId=320

18. Adikwu, O., Ayoola, J. B. and Akerele, D. (2017): Factors Influencing the Use of High Quality Cassava Flour Among Master Bakers in Makurdi Local Government Area, Benue State, Nigeria. FUW Trends in Science and Technology Journal. 2(1B): 409-414. Published by Federal University Wukari, Taraba State. Available online at http://www.ftstjournal .com/uploads/docs /21B%20 Article%2015.pdf

19. Adewuyi, S. A., Shittu A. M., Fajimi, O. O., Shotuyo, A. L. A. and Akerele, D. (2017): Economy Efficiency and Income Earning Potentials of Agroforestry Farming Systems in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment. 13(1): 17-22. Published by the Faculty of Agriculture, Federal University of Uyo, Nigeria. Available online at http://www.njafe.org/NJAFE2017VOL13no1/4_Adewuyi_et_al.,.pdf

20. Adewuyi S. A., Taiwo, O. T., Adegbite, D. A., Oyeyinka, R. A. and Akerele, D. (2017): Determinants of Credit Accessibility among Cocoa Farmers in Osun State. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment. 13(1): 29-33. Published by the Faculty of Agriculture, Federal University of Uyo, Nigeria. Available online at http:// www.njafe.org/ NJAFE 2017V OL 13no1/6 Adewuyi_et_al.pdf

21. Akerele, D., Sanusi, R. A., Olalekan, O., Ibrahim, S. B. and Oluwalana, E. O. (2017): Economics of Garri Processing Among Rural Women in Odeda Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural and Development Economics. 7(1): 99-110. Published by Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, University of Abuja.

22. Akerele, D., Awoyemi, S., Sanusi, R. A. and Ibrahim, S. B. (2017): Effects of Household Home Garden, Socio-economic Characteristics and Health Status Perception on Food Consumption Diversity in Oyo State, Nigeria. FUW Trends in Science and Technology Journal. 2(2): 743-747. Published by Federal University Wukari, Taraba State. Available online at http://www.ftstjournal.com/Digital%20Library/22Article%2015.php

23. Akerele, D., Sanusi, R. A., Fadare, O. F. and Ashaolu, O. F. (2017): Factors Influencing Nutritional Adequacy among Rural Households in Nigeria: How Does Dietary Diversity Stand among Influencers? Ecology of Food and Nutrition. 56(2): 187-203. Published by Taylor and Francis (Routledge), USA. Available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03670244.2017.12 81127

24. Akerele, D. and Shittu, A. M. (2017): Can Food Production Diversity Influence Farm Households’ Dietary Diversity? An Appraisal from Two-Dimensional Food Diversity Measures. International Journal of Social Economics. 44(12): 1597-1608. Published by EMERALD Insight. Available online at https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSE-03-2016-0080

25. Akerele, D., Oduekun, A.M. and Oluwalana, E.O. (2016): Health Concern and Chicken Meat Consumption among Students of Tertiary Institution in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture. 28(2): 1-11. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Available online at https://ija.oauife.edu.ng/index.php/ija/article/view/31

26. Sanusi, R. A., Owuye, D. M., Okojie, O. L., Akerele, D. and Adedeji. H. O. (2016): Rural Infrastructure and Poverty Profile of Arable Crop Farming Households in Ogun State, Nigeria. Tropical Agriculture. 93(4): 284-297, Published by the Faculty of Food and Agriculture, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. Available online at https://journals.sta.uwi.edu/ta/index.asp?action=viewAbstract&articleId=848

27. Oyawole, F. P., Ajayi, O. P., Aminu, R. O. and Akerele, D. (2016): Willingness to Pay for Improved Solid Waste Management Services in an Urbanizing Area in South-East Nigeria. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management. 9(6): 793 – 803. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia. Available online at doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ejesm.v9i6.11

28. Adekunle, C. P., Akerele, D., Adekunle, A. K. and Amodemaja T. S. (2016): Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Organic Leafy Vegetables in Abeokuta Southwest Nigeria: Evidence from Double bounded Dichotomous Choice Approach.. Published by Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment. 12(1): 17-23. Published by the Faculty of Agriculture, Federal University of Uyo, Nigeria. Available online at http://njafe.org/njafe2016vol12no1/4_ Adekunle_et_al.pdf

29. Adeola, A. A., Ayegbokiki, A.O., Akerele, D., Adeniyi, B.T. and Bamidele, N. A. (2016): Marketing Perspective of Smoked Catfish by Consumers in South-West Nigeria. Applied Tropical Agriculture. 21(2): 58-66. Published by School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology (SAAT), The Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), Ondo State, Nigeria.

30. Akerele, D., Adekunle, C. P., Sanusi, R. A., Alarima, C. I. and Aromolaran, A. K. (2016): Influence of Urban Agriculture on Household Food Insecurity in an Urbanizing Area of Ekiti State, Nigeria. Published by Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment. 12(3): 56-62. Published by the Faculty of Agriculture, Federal University of Uyo, Nigeria. Available online at http://www.njafe.org/najafe2016vol12n3/10_Akerele_et_al.pdf

31. Aromolaran, A K., Alarima, C. I., Akerele, D., Oyekunle, O. and Leramo, G. A. (2016): Use of Internet for Innovation Management by Extension Agents in Oyo State. Journal of Agricultural Extension. 20(1): 96-106. Published by Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. Available online at https://www.ajol.info/index.php/jae/article/viewFile/138524/1281 56

32. Oyawole, F. P., Akerele, D. and Dipeolu, A. O. (2016): Factors Influencing Willingness to Pay for Organic Vegetables among Civil Servants in a Developing Country. International Journal of Vegetable Science. 22(2): 121-128. Published by Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, Philadelphia, USA. Available online at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19315260.2014.942763

33. Aminu, O. F., Akerele, D. and Sanusi, R. A. (2016): The Health Implication of Agricultural Child Labour: Evidence from Ondo State, Nigeria. African Journal of Gender and Development. 3(1): 85-98. Published by Centre for Gender and Social Policy Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife.

34. Akerele, D., Ajoseh, S., Sanusi, R. and Oyawole, F. (2016): Healthier Foods in Perspective: What Drives Garlic Purchase Decisions and Consumption in Urban South-West Nigeria? Open Agriculture. 1: 79-88. Published by De Gruyter Open, Berlin, Germany. Available online at https://www.degruyter.com/downloadpdf/j/opag.2016.1.issue-1/opag-2016-0013/opag-2016-00 13.pdf

35. Ayinde, I., Aminu, F. O. and Akerele, D. (2015): Economic Effect of Malaria on Artisanal Fish Production in a Coastal Area of Nigeria. Agricultura Tropica et Subtropica. 48(1): 30-36. Published by De Gruyter Open, Berlin, Germany, for the Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies, Mendelu University in Brno, Czech Republic. Available online at http://www. degruyter.com/downloadpdf/j/ats .2015 .48. issue-1/ats-2015-0005/ats-2015-0005.xml

36. Oreyemi, A. B., Sanusi, R. A., Okojie, L. O., Olaiya, A. O. and Akerele, D. (2015): Produce Certification and Income Risk Management Strategies of Cocoa Farming Households in South-West Nigeria: APSTRACT: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce. 9 (3): 75 – 87. Published by International Agribusiness Network (AGRIMBA), Debrecin, Hungary. Available online at DOI: 10.19041/APSTRACT/2015/3/10

37. Akerele, D., Omilabu, D. E., Adedeji, P. A., Sanusi, R. A. and Ibrahim M. K. (2015): Socioeconomic Determinants of Maize Storage Decision among Smallholder Farmers in a Rural Area of Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Food Science. 5 (1&2): 666-675. Published by the College of Agricultural Sciences, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Nigeria.

38. Akerele, D. (2015): Household Food Expenditure Patterns, Food Nutrient Consumption and Nutritional Vulnerability in Nigeria: Implications for Policy. Ecology of Food and Nutrition. 54(5): 546-571. Published by Taylor and Francis Group (Routledge), UK. Available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03670244.2015.1041136

39. Fadare, A. A., Akerele, D. and Toritseju, B. (2014): Factors Influencing Adoption Decisions of Maize Farmers in Nigeria. International Journal of Food and Agricultural. Economics. 2(3): 45-54. Published by Department of Economics and Finance, Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University, Turkey. Available online at https://ideas.repec.org/a/ags/ijfaec/186266.html

40. Akerele, D., Ibrahim, M. K., and Adewuyi, S. (2014): Socioeconomic Determinants of Protein and Calorie Consumption and Potential Risk of Protein-Energy Malnutrition among Households in South-West Nigeria. International Journal of Social Economics. 41(1): 75-88. Published by EMERALD Publishing Groups, UK. Available online at DOI.10.1108/IJSE-10-2012-0196

41. Akerele, D., Momoh, S., Aromolaran, A. B., Oguntona, C. R. B. and Shittu, A. M. (2013): Food Insecurity and Coping Strategies in South-West Nigeria. Food Security. 5: 407–414. Published by Springer, Netherlands. Available online at DOI 10.1007/s12571-013-0264-x

42. Agbonlahor, M. U., Enilolobo, O. S., Sodiya, C. I., Akerele, D. and Oke, O. T. (2012): Accelerating Rural Growth through Collective Action: Groups’ Activities and Determinants of Participation in South-Western Nigeria. Journal of Rural Social Sciences. 27(1):114–136. Published by Southern Rural Sociological Association, United State. Available online at http://www.ag.auburn.edu/auxiliary/srsa/pages/Articles/JRSS%202012%2027%201%20114-136.pdf

43. Akerele, D., Momoh, S., Adewuyi S. A., Phillip B. B., and Ashaolu O. F. (2012): Socioeconomic Determinants of Poverty among Urban Households in South-West Nigeria. International Journal of Social Economics. 39(3): 168–181. Published by EMERALD Publishing Groups, UK. Available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/03068291211199341

44. Ayinde, I. A., Akerele D., Adewuyi, S. A. and Oladapo, M. O. (2012): Can Food Calorie be an Index for Poverty in a Rural Economy? An Extrapolation from Farm Households in Ogun, State, Nigeria. International Journal of Consumer Studies. 36(6): 688–695. Published by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd, UK. Available online at DOI: 10.1111/j.1470-.2011.01046.x

45. Akerele, D. (2011): Intra-household Food Distribution Patterns and Calorie Inadequacy in South-Western Nigeria. International Journal of Consumers Studies. 35(5): 545–55. Published by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd, UK. Available online at DOI:10.1111/j.1470-431.2010.00981 .x

46. Ayinde, I. A., Akerele, D. and Ojeniyi, O. T. (2011): Resource Use Efficiency and Profitability of Fluted Pumpkin under Tropical Conditions. International Journal of Vegetable Science. 17(1): 75-82. Published by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, Philadelphia, USA. Available online at DOI: 10.1080/19315260.2010.514979

47. Akerele, D., Akinbode, S.O. and Dipeolu, A. O. (2010): Willingness to Pay for the Safety of Kilishi in Sokoto, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural and Food Information. 11(4): 330–339. Published by Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, Philadelphia, USA. Available online at DOI: 0/10496505.2010.512260

48. Ayinde, I. A., Akerele, D. and Dipeolu, A. O. (2010): Socio-Economic Determinants of Calorie Intake among Members of Farm Households in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment. 8(2): 209-212. Published by WFL Publisher, Helsinki, Finland. Available online at www.world-food.net

49. Adewuyi, S. A., Phillip, B. B., Ayinde, I. A. and Akerele, D. (2010): Analysis of Profitability of Fish Farming in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Human Ecology. 31(3): 179-184. Published by Taylor and Francis Group (Routledge), UK. Available online at https://www.tandfonline. com/doi/abs/10.1080/09709274.2010.11906313

50. Ashaolu, O. F. Mafimisebi, T. E., Phillip, B. B., Ajayi, A. O., Akerele, D. and Temidola, O. T. (2008): Socio-Economic Determinants of Per Capita Household Consumption-expenditure on Soybean (Glycine max, L. Merri) Products in Ibarapa Zone of Oyo Sate, Nigeria. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research. 9: 82-91. Published by Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Ibadan, Nigeria.