Mutiu Abimbola Oyinlola

University of Ibadan - Department of Economics

Lecturer

Department of Economics

Ibadan, OK Oyo State 900001

Nigeria

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

8

DOWNLOADS

665

SSRN CITATIONS

3

CROSSREF CITATIONS

2

Scholarly Papers (8)

1.

Empirical Modelling of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Nigeria: Forecasts and Implications

Number of pages: 16 Posted: 12 May 2020
Mutiu Abimbola Oyinlola, Tolulope Osayomi and Adeniyi Oluwatosin
University of Ibadan - Department of Economics, University of Ibadan - COVID-19 Mapping Lab and Sacred Heart Hospital
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COVID-19, Epidemic, modelling, Nigeria

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Natural Resource Abundance, Institutions and Economic Growth in Africa

African J. Economic and Sustainable Development, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2015
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 20 Apr 2015
Mutiu Abimbola Oyinlola, Oluwatosin Ademola Adeniyi and Ibrahim Raheem
University of Ibadan - Department of Economics, University of Ibadan, Department of Economics, Students and University of Ibadan - Department of Economics
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natural resources; institutional quality; growth; rentier effect; resource curse hypothesis; Africa.

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Foreign Direct Investment - Economic Growth Nexus: The Role of the Level of Financial Sector Development in Africa

Journal of Economics and International Finance, Vol. 5(9), pp. 327-337, December, 2013
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 21 Apr 2015
Ibrahim Raheem and Mutiu Abimbola Oyinlola
University of Ibadan - Department of Economics and University of Ibadan - Department of Economics
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Growth, foreign direct investment, financial sector development and threshold.

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Responsiveness of Trade Flows to Changes in Exchange Rate and Relative Prices: Evidence from Nigeria

International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 123-141, 2010
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 25 Jan 2011
University of Ibadan - Department of Economics, University of Ibadan, Department of Economics, Students and IndependentThe Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG)
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Trade Flows, Exchange Rate, Relative Prices, Autoregressive Distributed Lag

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Financial Development, Inflation and Growth in Selected West African Countries

Int. J. Sustainable Economy, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2015
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 21 Apr 2015
Ibrahim Raheem and Mutiu Abimbola Oyinlola
University of Ibadan - Department of Economics and University of Ibadan - Department of Economics
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inflation; financial development; growth and threshold; Africa.

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COVID-19 and the Economy: Experience From West African Region

Number of pages: 34 Posted: 07 Jul 2023
Mutiu Abimbola Oyinlola, Abdulfatai Adedeji, Olumide Onitekun and Omolola Lipede
University of Ibadan - Department of Economics, Centre for the Study of the Economics of Africa, University of Ibadan - Department of Economics and University of Ibadan - Department of Economics
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COVID-19, West Africa, Health system, Institutional quality, Financing Options, Trade and Tourism, Conflict

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The Dynamics of Stock Prices and Exchange Rates: Evidence From Nigeria

West African Journal of Monetary and Economic Integration, 2012
Posted: 13 Dec 2019
IndependentThe Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), University of Ibadan - Department of Economics and Sacred Heart Hospital

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Stock price, Stock market, Exchange rate, Structural break cointegration, and Exponential GARCH modeling

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Financial Development and Economic Growth in Nigeria: Evidence from Threshold Modelling

Economic Analysis and Policy, Volume 47, September 2015, Pages 11-2
Posted: 13 Dec 2019
IndependentThe Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), University of Ibadan - Department of Economics, University of Ibadan - Faculty of Public Health and Sacred Heart Hospital

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Financial development, Economic growth, Non-linearities, Nigeria