Oluwatoyese Oyetade

Oluwatoyese Oyetade
Universiti Utara Malaysia | UUM · Othman Yeop Abdullah Graduate School of Business (UUM OYA GSB)

Doctor of Philosophy Economics

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Introduction
Oluwatoyese Oyetade graduated from Othman Yeop Abdullah Graduate School of Business (UUM OYA GSB), Universiti Utara Malaysia. Oluwatoyese's research areas are Macroeconomics, Development Economics and International Economics. Worked on the project titled 'Effect of Non-oil Components on the Economic Growth in Nigeria' and also the impact of macroeconomic factors on economic growth and agriculture.'

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There has been many significant research efforts that have been devoted to understand the effects of macroeconomic factors on the agriculture in Nigeria. Thus, macroeconomic factors such as exchange rate and crude oil price over the period 1981 to 2016 examined the effects on agricultural export in Nigeria. This paper employed the ARDL bound test a...
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There has been many significant research efforts that have been devoted to understand the effects of macroeconomic factors on the agriculture sector in Nigeria. In addition to the macroeconomic factors, Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) over the period 1981 to 2017 will be included into the scenario of this study to examine the effects of these...
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The elevation of Science and scientific knowledge above other disciplines and knowledge all over the world is not without reason or justification. Science has made life easier for people. It has reduced the level of superstition. Above all, it has made the world a global village. However, it has come with its own challenges. In a world dominated by...
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This study investigates the impact of financial integration on wages and employment in Nigeria through the channels documented in the literature. The Autoregressive Distributed Lags is used to examine the long-run relationship. The Structural Vector Autoregressive is used to estimate the shock impact, while the Granger Non-causality was used to inv...
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Continuous models of economy adopted to either define evolutions of economic systems or investigate economic dynamics, amongst its other areas of applications, are known to be related to differential equations. The considered model in this article takes the form of a second order non-linear ordinary differential equation (ODE) which is conventional...
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The elevation of Science and scientific knowledge above other disciplines and knowledge all over the world is not without reason or justification. Science has made life easier for people. It has reduced the level of superstition. Above all, it has made the world a global village. However, it has come with its own challenges. In a world dominated by...
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This study examines the impact of fiscal policy on agricultural output in Nigeria using the most recent official data. The metrics for fiscal policy is government capital expenditure and custom duties on fertilizer. The study used annual time series data obtained from CBN annual statistical bulletin, NCS, and FIRS which was found to be stationary a...
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ABSTRACTThe correct determinations of the macroeconomic factors would drive economicgrowth especially the agricultural output and export for a specific country. Thus, themain objective of the study is to ascertain the major macroeconomic factors thatwould drive Nigeria’s economic growth and agricultural sector in terms of output andexport. The long...
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This study examines the impact of fiscal policy on agricultural output in Nigeria using the most recent official data. The metrics for fiscal policy is government capital expenditure and custom duties on fertilizer. The study used annual time series data obtained from CBN annual statistical bulletin, NCS, and FIRS which was found to be stationary a...
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Agriculture in most developing nations serve as the major sector that is vital for economic growth and provides employment to great segments of the populace. Nigeria as a developing country is yet to utilize this sector's abundance judiciously to aid growth and exportation. In the light of extending past research, this study aims to examine some ma...
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The concept of sustainable education and education for sustainability have gained much attention in vast literature in recent time whereas, the former depicts concern for educational structures and the latter focus on teaching and learning as a tool for sustainability. However, in this paper, these two concepts were used to reflect on the recent ed...
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Sustaining of nation's economic growth for better footing and outlook is very crucial for the globe of recent, most especially for developing countries like Nigeria. The country as a vivid example of a developing nation is oil based economy, which adopts export promotion policy as the essentialtactic for growth. Yet the nation has not maximized her...
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A B S T R A C T The effect of in the some components sectors of non-oil economic growth of countries continues to be tested in order for the turning around of the nations’ economic outlook for the future good. The adoption of export promotion policy which is one of the fundamental strategies for improvement in countries’ economic growth has experie...
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The effect of non-oil components export on the economic growth in Nigeria continue to be debated and tested in order for turning around of the nation’s economic outlook for the future good, by strengthen non-oil export growth and success and also promote a non-oil export culture. This paper extends the previous empirical studies on the issue provid...
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The effect of non-oil components export on the economic growth in Nigeria continue to be debated and tested in order for turning around of the nation's economic outlook for the future good, by strengthen non-oil export growth and success and also promote a non-oil export culture. This paper extends the previous empirical studies on the issue provid...

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Effect of agricultural, manufacturing and services sectors were explained on Nigeria's economic growth within certain period.