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Mufutau Ayinla Abdul-Yakeen

Mufutau Ayinla Abdul-Yakeen

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Mufutau Ayinla Abdul-Yakeen is a member of the Virtual Speakers Bureau

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Skills & Interests

  • Business / Economics (Advanced)
    I hold PhD in Economics, have been teaching Economics since 1991 as a member of National Youth Service in Cross-Rivers State and 2007 at Undergraduate level in Ilorin, Kwara State. My interest is Islamic Economics.

Associations

  • i. Member, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. ii. Member, ICEHM International Society for Development and Sustainability (ISJS)
    Member 02/2017 – Current
  • i. Member, World Academy of Sci International Society for Development and Sustainability (ISJS)
    Member 02/2014 – Current
  • Nigerian Economics Society
    Member 02/2011 – Current

Education History

  • PhD Economics (Current)
    Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto
  • M.Sc. Economics (02/2004)
    Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto
  • B.Sc. (Hons) Economics (02/1991)
    Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto

Publications

  • Abdul-Yakeen Mufutau Ayinla. (2018). Applicability of Islamic Principles of Finance to avert Economic Recession of a Monoproduct-Cum-Monopsonic Economy. in Journal of Economics and Finance. (9(2). 43-51).
  • Abdul-Yakeen Mufutau Ayinla. (2017). An analysis of the five most used numerals and a proposal for the adoption of a Universally Acceptable Numerals (UAN) in International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational , Economic, Business, and Industrial Engineering. (11(7). 270-275.).
  • Abdul-Yakeen Mufutau Ayinla. (2016). Empirical Study of the Proximity of Rotating Savings and Credit Associations to Islamic Principles of Financing in Ilorin Metropolis in Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance. (33 (1). 39-48).

Teaching Experience

  • Economics (Fall 2011)
    • Kwara State University, Malete – Financial Economics, Macroeconomics, Public Policy, Public Finance, and Islamic Economics
    • I have been slated for and teaching the aforementioned courses since I was employed by the Management of Kwara State University, Malete.

Honors & Awards

  • The Most Attractive Lecturer (03/2014)
    Award from the Economics Students of Kwara State University, Malete, Nigeria
  • Scholarship of the Federal Government of Nigeria to undertake M.Sc. Economics Programme (03/2003)
    Federal Government scholarship to undertake M.Sc. Economics Programme