Dr. (Mrs.)

IBRAHIM Shakirat Bolatito 

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Short Profile

  • Ph.D.(Reading), University of Reading, United Kingdom 2014 to 2017
  • B.Agric., M.Agric., University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria 2002 to 2011
  • Abeokuta Grammar School, Abeokuta Ogun State, Nigeria 1994 to 2000
  • Agricultural Productivity, Wage Employment Participation and Welfare: Effects of Ill-health Disability on Agricultural Households in Nigeria, June, 2017.
  • Modelling Arable Crop Farmers’ Awareness to Causes and Effects of Climate Change in South Western, Nigeria, March, 2014.
  • Arable Crop Farmers’ Decision Making and Adaptation Strategies on Climate Change in Ogun State, Nigeria, January, 2013.
  • Analysis of Climate Change, Adaptation, and Effects on Arable Crop Farmers’ Resource Allocation Decisions in Ogun State, Nigeria, June, 2011.
  • Tertiary Education Trust Fund Scholarship (Academic Staff Training
    and Development) of the Federal Government of Nigeria. 2014
  • Overall Best Graduating Student in University of
    Agriculture, Abeokuta (UNAAB), 2006/2007 session 2008
  • Nigerian Depository Insurance Corporation Award for the Best
    Graduating Student, 2006/2007 session, University of Agriculture,
    Abeokuta (UNAAB) 2008
  • U.B.A Award for the Best Graduating Student in University of
    Agriculture, Abeokuta (UNAAB), 2006/2007 session 2008
  • Best Graduating Student in the Dept. of Agricultural Economics and
    Farm Management, 2006/2007 session, UNAAB 2008
  • Student with the Best Final Year Project thesis in the Dept. of
    Agricultural Economics, 2006/2007 session, UNAAB 2008
  • Federal Government Undergraduate Scholarship Award 2003
  • Ogun State Government Undergraduate Scholarship Award 2003 to 2007
  • A. G. Leventis Egba Undergraduate Scholarship Award 2004 to 2006
  • Best Team Leader of the Farm Practical Year Student, 2005-2006, (Industrial Training) 2006
  • Labour Prefect at Abeokuta Grammar School, Idi Aba, Abeokuta 1999 to 2000
  • Agricultural Economics Society, UK
  • Farm Management Association of Nigeria
  • Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economics
  • African Association of Agricultural Economics
  1. Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) 33rd Annual Conference 2019 tagged: Revitalising Nigerian Agriculture to Meet Sustainable Development Goals held at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria between 7th and 10th of October, 2019. Papers Read: Does Ill-health Disability Affect Households Poverty and Poverty Dynamics? Evidence from Small-Holder Agricultural Households in Nigeria; Profitability of Pig Production in Ido Local Government Area, Oyo State, Nigeria.
  2. African Association of Agricultural Economics 6th Triennial Conference 2019 tagged: Rising to Meet New Challenges: Africa’s Agricultural Development Agenda Beyond 2020 Vision held at the Sheraton Abuja Hotel between 23rd and 25th September, 2019. Paper Read: Ill-health Disability and Post-harvest Wage Employment Participation: Evidence from Agricultural Households in Nigeria
  3. Agricultural Economics Society (AES) 91st Annual Conference 2017 held at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS), Dublin Ireland between 24th and 26th of April, 2017. Poster Title: Effects of Ill-health Disability on Agricultural Production Activities in Nigeria.
  4. Farm Management of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, 2013 tagged: Nigerian Agriculture and Economic Development: The Way Forward. Held at University of Ilorin between 26th and 30th August, 2013. Paper Read: Determinants of Climate change awareness among arable crop farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria.
  5. Environmental Management Conference 2012, held at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria between September 12th to 15th 2011. Presented: Paper Read: Modelling Arable Crop Farmers’ Decisions on Climate Change and Adaptation Strategies: A Multinomial Logit Analysis in Ogun State.

(i)  Thesis and Dissertation

  1. Ibrahim, S. B. (2017). Agricultural Productivity, Wage Employment Participation and Welfare: Effects of Ill-health Disability on Agricultural Households in Nigeria. Thesis submitted to the department of Food Economics and Marketing, School of Agriculture Policy and Development, University of Reading, United Kingdom.
  2. Ibrahim, S. B. (2011). Analysis of Climate Change, Adaptation, and Effects on Arable Crop Farmers’ Resource Allocation Decisions in Ogun State, Nigeria. Dissertation submitted to the department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, College of Agricultural Management and Rural Development, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta Nigeria.
  3. Sobanke, S. B. (2008). Impact Assessment of National Fadama Development Project Phase II on Small-scale Farmers’ Income in Obafemi Owode Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Undergraduate Project Report submitted to the department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, College of Agricultural Management and Rural Development, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta Nigeria.

(ii) Journal Articles in Print

  1. Ibrahim, S. B., Akerele, D., Oyawole, F. P., Uthman, O. J. and Aminu, R. O. (2019): Effect of Non-Farm Income on Poverty Status of Farm Households in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment, 15(2), pp 40-49.
  2. Arowolo, A. O., Ibrahim, S. B., Sanusi, M. M., Ayinde, A. F. O., and Sheleru, K. M. (2018): Households’ Cooking Energy Preferences and Determinants of Transition to Non-Biomass Fuels in Rural Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 20 (1), pp 127-138.
  3. Akerele, D., Babatunde, O. D., Ibrahim, S. B. and Ibrahim, M. K. (2018): Edible Insects Purchase Decision and Intention to Reduce Meat for their Consumption: Evidence from Abeokuta Ogun State, Nigeria. FUDMA Journal of Sciences, 1 (1), pp 96 – 102.
  4. 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, Volume 7, issue 1, pp 99-110
  5. Obayelu, A. E., Arowolo, A. O., Ibrahim, S. B. and Oderinde, C. O. (2016): “Socioeconomic Determinants of Profitability of Fresh Fish Marketing in Ogun State, Nigeria”. International Journal of Social Economics, Volume 43, issue 8, pp 871-888. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1108/IJSE-07-2014-0147
  6. Ambali, O. I., Adewuyi, S. A., Babayanju, S. O. and Ibrahim, S. B. (2015): “Expansion of Rice for Job Initiative Programme: Implications for Household Food Security in Lagos State, Nigeria”. Advances in Economics and Business, Volume 3, issue 3, pp 99-106. http://www.hrpub.org/journals/article_info.php?aid=2347
  7. Ayinde, I. A., Aminu, R. A. and Ibrahim, S. B. (2015): “Technical Efficiency of Maize Production in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics. Volume 7 (2) pp 55-60. http://www.academicjournals.org/journal/JDAE/article-full-text-pdf/A50593849830
  8. Aminu, F. O., Arowolo, A. O., Ibrahim, S. B., Sanusi, M. M. and Bakare, Y. O. (2015): “Child agricultural Labour and schooling activities: Evidence from rural farm households in Nigeria”. Tropical Agriculture. Trinidad and Tobago, Volume 92 (3), 228-241.
  9. Ibrahim S. B., Ayinde, I. A., and Arowolo, A. O. (2014): “Analysis of Arable Crop Farmers Awareness to Causes and Effects of Climate Change in South Western, Nigeria”. International Journal of Social Economics, Volume 42 (7), pp 614-628. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1108/IJSE-09-2013-0201.
  10. Obayelu, A. E., Ibrahim, S. B., and Nasiru, H. D. (2014): “Analysis of Animal Protein Consumption among Households in Egbeda Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria”. Journal of Agricultural Management and Rural Development, Volume 4 (1), pages 11-21. Published by College of Agricultural Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State Nigeria.
  11. Obayelu, A. E., Arowolo, A.O., Ibrahim S.B., and Croffie, A. Q. (2014): “Economics of Fresh Tomato Marketing in Kosofe Local Government Area of Lagos State, Nigeria”. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Volume 4 (1): 58-67. Published by Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists, Nigeria.
  12. Ibrahim, S. B., Afolami, C. A., Ayinde, I. A. and Adeofun, C. O (2013). “Attitude and Adaptation Pattern of Crop Farmers to Climate Change in Ogun State, Nigeria.” Journal of Agricultural Management and Rural Development (JAMARD). 4 (1). Page 154-163. Published by College of Agricultural Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State
  13. Ayinde, I. A., Ibrahim, S. B., and Arowolo, S. O. (2012): Economics of Poultry Egg Production under Two Management Systems in Ogun State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Volume 3 (1), pages 40-49. Published by Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists, Nigeria.
  14. Adegbite, D. A., Oloruntoba, A. O., Adubi, K. O., Oyekunle, O., and Sobanke, S. B. (2008): Impact of National Fadama Development Project II on Small Scale Farmers’ Income in Ogun State: Implications for Agricultural Financing in Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 10 (3) pages 103-126. Published by Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennyslvania USA. Available online at: www.jsd-africa.com/Jsda/…/ARC_Impact_of_National_Fadama.pdf
  15. Adegbite, D. A., Adubi, K. O., Oloruntoba, A. O., Oyekunle, O., and Sobanke, S. B. (2007): Impact of National Fadama Development Project II on Small Scale Farmers’ Income in Ogun State: Implications for Financial Support to farmers. In ASSET: International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Science, Environment and technology. Publication of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria, Series C, Volume 2 (1), pages 110-130

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