Publication


Journal Articles


1. Awoyemi T.T. (1998) "Land Use Reforms in (eds) 0.L. Oludimu and P.B. Imoudu Institutional Reforms for Agricultural Development Triumph Books Publishers, Ijebu-Ode ISBN 978-2941-63-8 pp.189-204

2. Awoyemi T.T. (1999) "Gender Analysis for sustainable Agriculture: The case of Nigeria" in (eds) Y.L. Fabiyi and E.O. Idowu Poverty Alleviation and food Security in Nigeria” Published by the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE). ISBN 978-044-483-1 pp. 110 - 117.

3. Awoyemi, T.T. and Oludimu O.L. (1999)“Entrepreneurship, Productivity and Manpower Development” Published by Center for Investment, Sustainable Development, Management and Environment (CISME) ISBN978-2941-56-5. pp.78-92.

4. Olanrewaju Olaniyan, Timothy. T. Awoyemi (2005). Inequality in the distribution of household expenditure in rural Nigeria: 
A decomposition analysis” Southern African Regional Poverty Network http://www.sarpn.org/documents/d0002271/index.php

5. Awoyemi T.T.and A.S. Oyekale (2002) “The role of Education in Non-Farm Work Decision in Rural Nigeria”. In Human Resource Development in Africa. The Nigerian Economic Society (NES) Selected Papers for the 2002 Annual Conference. ISSN 111 7484 ISBN 978 2984 37 X pp. 481-497.

6. Oluwatayo, I.B. T.T. Awoyemi and A. B. Sekumade (2003). “Economics of Palm Oil Marketing in Ibadan North Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference Horticultural Society of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-30276-4-6 pp 149-159.

7. Awoyemi T.T., Adewale A. and Adigun G.T. (2007). “Adoption of Petrol Pump Technology for Irrigation and Agricultural Performance in Kwara State, Nigeria”. Farm Management Association of Nigeria 21st Annual National Conference, Ayetoro ‘07

8. Awoyemi T.T., Amao J.O. and Oluwatayo I.B. (2006). “Influence of Microenterprises on Poverty Reduction in Ibadan Metropolis of Oyo State” Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE) pp. 100-111.

9. Awoyemi T.T., Adetunji Kehinde and Oluwatoyin Odejimi (2006). “Towards Inproving Cassava Output: An Examination of the Determinants of Cassava Output in Nigeria Using Cointegration Approach” Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE) pp.8-17.

10. Oludimu O.L. and Awoyemi T.T. (1997) "Loan Acquisition by Cattle Farmers in Kaduna State: A principal component Analysis African Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 3 Nos 1 & 2 pp. 95-103.

11. Oyekale, A.S., T.T. Awoyemi and Y.T. Ajose, (2002). School Children’s Participation in Farm and Off Farm Activities: A Case Study of Akinyele Local Government of Oyo State. African Journal of Educational Research 7(1&2): pp. 101-110.

12. A.S. Oyekale, T.T. Awoyemi and O.I. Jaiyebo (2003) “Marketing Functions and Determinant of Profit Among Frozen Chicken Marketers in Ibadan. African Journal of Livestock Extension. vol 2 pp. 16 - 23.

13. Awoyemi T.T., Amoo J.A. and N.C Ehirim 2003. “Technical Efficiency in Aquaculture in Oyo State, Nigeria”. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 58 No. 4 pp. 812-819.

14. Etim, N .A., E. J. Udoh and T.T.Awoyemi (2004). “Measuring Technical Efficiency of Urban Farms in Uyo Metropolis”. Global Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 4. No. 1 pp. 91-95.

15. Awoyemi T.T. and Adeoti I. Adetola (2004). The Decomposition of Income Inequality by Sources of Income: The Rural Nigerian Experience. African Journal of Economic Policy Vol. 11, Number 1. pp. 1-16 ISSN 1116-4875).

16. Awoyemi T.T. and J. O Amao, (2005) “Gender Inequality in Access and Control of Farm Productive Resources in Ido Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Bowen Journal of Agriculture, Vol. 2, No. 2. pp. 116-126

17. Oluwatayo, J. B., T.T. Awoyemi and J.O. Amao (2005). “Househeold Food Insecurity Coping Strategies in the Urban Sector of Nigeria: A Case Study of Ibadan North LGA of Oyo State. Bowen Journal of Agriculture, Vol. 2, No. 2 pp. 235-245

18. Awoyemi T.T. and Kehinde A.L. (2005). “Technical Efficiency of Cassava-Based Small Farm Holdings in Southwestern Nigeria”. International Journal of Applied Agricultural and Apicultural Research. Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, LAUTECH, Oghomosho, Nigria.

19. Awoyinka, Y.A., Awoyemi T.T. and Adesope, A.A.A. (2005) “Land Degradation and Adoption of Soil Consevation Technologies Among Rice Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social Sciences(JOAFSS) Vol. 3.No. 1. www.ajol.info/journals/joafss.

20. Awoyinka, Y.A., T.T. Awoyemi, and Adesope, A.A.A. (2005). “Determinants of Farmers’ Perception of Land Degradation and Adoption of Soil Conservation Technologies Among Rice Farmers in Osun State, Nigeria”. Journal of Environmental Extension Vol. 5. htt:/www.ajol.info.

21. Awoyemi T.T. (2005). “Determinants of Individual Participation in Non-Farm Activities in Rural Nigeria: A Multinomial Logit Analysis. Bowen Journal of Agriculture.vol.2(1) pp.26-34 Bowen University Iwo.

22. Awoyemi T.T. and Adekanye T.O., (2005). “Gender Analysis of Economic Efficiency in Cassava-Based Farmholdings in South-Western Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Rural Development [JERD] vol. 14 pp 45 - 59.

23. Araar Abdelkrim and Awoyemi Taiwo Timothy, (2006). "Poverty and Inequality Nexus: Illustrations with Nigerian Data," Cahiers de recherche 0638, D´epartement d’´economique and CIRPEE. Pavillon De S`eve, Universit´e Laval, Sainte-Foy, Qu´ebec, Canada, G1K 7P4

24. Awoyemi Taiwo Timothy and Adetola I. Adeoti (2006). “Gender Inequalities and Economic Efficiency: New Evidence from Cassava-based Farm Holdings in Rural South-western Nigeria”. African Development Review Vol. 18 No. 3 pp. 428-443.

25. Obayelu, A.E. and T.T. Awoyemi (2006). “Consumer’s Perception on the Use of Agrochemical and Agrochemical Residues in Yams: An Empirical Study of Kabba-Bunu Local Government Area of Kogi State, Nigeria”. China Agricultural Economic Review, Vol.4. No 2 pp 239-249.

26. Kehinde, A.I., Awoyemi T.T., Omonona, B.T. and Adeyemo, R. (2006). “Marketing efficient of sawnwood distribution in Ondo and Osun States of Nigeria” International Journal of Applied Agriculture and Apiacultural Research (IJAAAR) Vol. 3 No 1 & 3. pp. 51-59.

27. Awoyemi T.T., J.O. Amao and O.O. Fatogun (2007). “Househole Expenditure Pattern on Food in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria”. Journal of Rural Development Vol. 26, No 3. pp. 335-345.

28. Ehirim, N.C., H.O. Mark, C. Ogueri, G.S. Adaka and T.T. Awoyemi (2007). “Determinants of Consumers Willingness to Pay for Fish Safety in Bayelsa State of Nigeria” The Social Sciences Vol. 2 No. 4 pp. 399-404.

29. Awoyemi T.T (2006) “Explaining Income Inequality in Nigeria: A Regression – Based Approach” Econometric Society of Africa.http://www.aercafrica.org/aes/Default.htm

30. Awoyemi T.T., Oluwatayo I. B. and Oyekale A.S. (2007) Estimating Gender Differential in Allocative Efficiency of Cassava Farmers in South-western Nigeria: An Application of Stochastic Translog Cost Model. Journal of Rural Economics and Development 15(73-84.

31. Adeoti A.I., J. K. Olayemi and T.T. Awoyemi (2008) “Optimal Plans for Fadama Farming in the Derived Savannah Zone of Nigeria: Application of Dynamic Programming” Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosysstems”, 8 37 – 44.

32. Amao, J.O. and Awoyemi, T.T. (2009). “Determinants of Adoption of Improved Rice Varieties and its Impacts on Farmers Poverty Level in Iwo Agricultural Development Programme of Osun State” Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology Vol. 9 No. 1 pp 1-8..

33. Amao J.O. Awoyemi T.T., Omonona B.T. and Falusi A.O. (2009) “Determinants of poverty among fish farming households in Osun State, Nigeria” International Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development Vol. 2 No. 2. pp 14-25.

34. Kehinde A.L., Awoyemi T.T., Omonona B.T. and J.A Akande (2010) Technical Efficency of sawnwood production in Ondo and Osun states , Nigeria”. Journal of Forest Economics 16 pp. 11-18.

35. Amao J.O. and Awoyemi T.T. (2008) “Adoption of improved cassava varieties and its welfare effect on producing households in Osogbo ADP zone of Osun state Gene Conserve Journal vol. 7 Issue 29, pp. 520-542 Published by Universidade de Brasillal, Brazil.

36. Babalola, D.A., Awoyemi T.T. and Awoyinka Y.A. (2009) “Effect of malaria on rural farming household labour supply: the case of Ikenne Local Government, Ogun State, Nigeria” acta SATECH 3(1): PP. 19-24.

37. Awoyemi T.T. and Olowa O.W. (2010) “Determination of loan repayment potentials of group borrowers in Oyo state of Nigeria” Agricultural journal 5(1) 12-18.

38. Odozi, J.C, Awoyemi T.T. and Omonona B.T. (2009) Regression-based decomposition analysis of household income inequality in northeast Nigeria”. Journal of sustainable development. Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 1-11.

39. Odozi J. 0., Awoyemi T.T. and Omonona B.T. (2010) “Household poverty and inequality: The implication of migrants remittances in Nigeria” Journal of Economic Policy Reform Vol. 13 No 2 pp 191-199 (Foreign England and Wales)

40. Adewusi, O.A., Awoyemi T.T. and Omonona, B.T. (2009). “Rural poverty profile in Nigeria” Researches in Agricultural Science, vol. 2 nos 1 and 2 pp. 5-16.

41. Awotide Amoke Bola, Awoyemi T.T. and Ojehimon Ttitilayo Ebiohomon (2010) “Farm-level Constraints and Adoption of Improved Rice Varieties in NigeriaLearning Publics Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Studies Vol 1 (2). 12-29

42. Awoyemi T.T. and I.B. Oluwatayo (2008). “Gender Mainstreaming of ICT Project: Lessons from Rural Southwest Nigeria” World Journal of Agricultural Sciences”

43. Awoyemi T.T. (2007). “Explaining rice price shocks in Nigeria: Implications for policy intervention.” Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment Vol. 5 (2).

44. Awoyemi T.T. (2006) “Rural Non-Farm Income and Poverty Reduction in Nigeria” AERC Nairobi, Kenya.

45. Awoyemi T.T., (2003).”Bridging Quantitative-Qualitative Differences in Gender Analysis for Agricultural Commercialization”. Paper presented at FAO/IITA Workshop on Gender Impact of Commercialisation of Smallholder Agriculture 14 –16 May 2003, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan (IITA).

46. Awoyemi T.T(2004). “Rural Household Diversification into Secondary Economic Activities: Options for Poverty Alleviation in Oyo State Nigeria”. African Rural Policy Analysis Network (ARPAN) WINROCK International Institute for Agricultural Development, 1621 N. Kent Street Arlington, VA 22209 USA, 38 Winrock Drive, Morrlton, AR 72110-9537 USA. (United States of America)

47. Awoyemi, T.T., Oluwatayo, I. B. and Adewusi, A. O. (2010) “Inequality, Polarization and Poverty in Nigeria” Poverty and Economic Research Network (PEP) Universite Laval, Quebec, Canada.