RAIMI, Lukman (Centre for Entrepreneurship Development

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Present post: Lecturer I Desired/Promotion post: Senior Lecturer
Journal Publications 1) (2012). Fast-tracking sustainable economic growth and development in Nigeria through international migration and remittances. Humanomics, Vol. 28 Iss: 3 pp. 209 - 219. 2) (2011). Stimulating Employability in Nigeria through Entrepreneurship Development. Journal of Management Studies, Yaba College of Technology. 3) (2011). Global Economic Melt-Down and the Role of Financial Institutions: Lessons from South Africa for Policymakers in Nigeria. Humanomics, Vol. 27 Iss: 3, pp.201 – 211. 4) (2011). Prospects and Challenges of Teaching Accounting and Entrepreneurship Through Uni-Mode Open Distance Learning in Nigeria. Continental Journal of Education Research 4 (3): 12 – 22). 5) (2011). Evaluation of Socio-Economic Impact of Multiple Taxes on Entrepreneurship Development and Level of Investment in Nigeria. Continental Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 4 (3): 40 – 47. 6) (2010): Faith-based and Business System Models: A Policy Response to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGS) in Nigeria. Humanomics, Vol. 26, No. 2, PP. 124-138. 7) (2009): A Review and Measurement of Capacity Utilisation in the Nigerian Economy Humanomics, Vol. 25. No. 4. 8) (2009): Evaluation of Credit Risk Management System (CRMS) in the Nigerian Banking Industry Using a Linear Discriminant Model. The Nigerian Journal of

Risk and Insurance, University of Lagos, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 1 - 14.. 9) (2008): Imperative of economic integration among Muslim countries: Lessons from European globalization. Humanomics, Vol. 24, Issue 2, PP. 130-144. Conference Papers 1) (2010) Nigeria. 2) (2010) Meaning, Retrospective Causes and Impacts of Global Economic Crisis on the Nigerian Economy. 3) (2011) Redressing the Energy Challenge of Gas Flaring In Nigeria: The MEEs Approach. 4) (2012) Corporate Social Responsibility and Entrepreneurship (CSRE): Antidotes to Poverty, Insecurity and Underdevelopment in Nigeria. 5) (2012) Entrepreneurship Education as a Strategy for boosting Human Capital Development and Employability in Nigeria: Issues, Prospects, Challenges and Solutions. Using Entrepreneurship Development and Corporate Social Responsibility as Strategies for Conflict Resolution in the Niger-Delta region in

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