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Temitope J Laniran

Temitope J Laniran

Division: Bradford Centre for International Development


Nationality: Nigerian

Research Interest: Development Economics

PhD Title: Impact of State Fragility on the Economy

Supervisors: Dr Hossein Jalilian and Dr David Potts

Professional Activities:

Research Associate John & Elnora Ferguson Centre for African Studies (JEFCAS) University of Bradford, England
Centre for Petroleum Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Equilibra Consulting, Ibadan, Nigeria.


Laniran, T. and Laniran M., (2017). Socio-Cultural Career Progression Barriers for Women in Academics: A case of the Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo, Nigeria. Asian Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences 2(2) pp. 1-16

Onolemhemhen R. Laniran, T. Isehunwa S., and Adenikinju, A., (2017). An Evaluation of Domestic Gas Utilization on the Nigerian Economy. British Journal of Economics, Management and Trade 16(1) pp. 1-13,

Laniran, TJ. and Adeniyi, DA. (2015). An evaluation of the determinants of remittances: evidence from Nigeria. African Human Mobility Review 1(2): 130-153.

Ladeinde,A. and Laniran T.(2015)The Impact of Fines on Volume of Gas Flared in Nigeria. 8th Nigerian Association of Energy Economists Conference, Ibadan. April 26th-28th. 

Amu,O and Laniran T.(2015) Environmentally-Adjusted Domestic Product: Computation for Nigeria. 8th Nigerian Association of Energy Economists Conference, Ibadan. April 26th-28th. 

 Adeniyi, D. and Laniran, T. (2015).Exploring Citizens’ Perception of Governance: Evidence from Nigeria. 6th Annual Ibadan Sustainable Development Summit, Ibadan, August 23rd – 28th

Laniran, T. and Folaranmi, F. (2014). The Role of Education as a Component of Human Capital Development and Economic Growth (“Educational Management in Africa: Papers in Honour of Professor John I. Nwankwo") Faculty of Education University of Ibadan.

Laniran, T. (2014). The Role of Conducive Economic Climate in Investment and Sustainable Economic Growth. Bradford Post-Graduate Research Conference, October31, 2014).