Oladokun Nafiu Olaniyi
Dr. Oladokun Nafiu Olaniyi
PhD, MS, BSc
Tel: +60 85 443939 Ext:5095
Location: Heron 2 Room 60
Fax: +60 85 443837
- PhD in Business Administration (major in Finance), IIUM, Malaysia (2015)
- Master of Science (Finance), IIUM, Malaysia (2009)
- HND (Business Administration & Management), Nigeria (2003)
- My research interest include
- Financial innovation
- Stock market
- Islamic Finance
- Efficiency studies
Selected Research Funding & Research Projects
- Funder: Fundamental Research Grant Scheme
Title: A Dynamic Equilibrium Model to Mitigate Damage Costs from Biosecurity Risks: The Malaysian Agriculture Sector
Team members: Dr. Oladokun Nafiu Olaniyi, Dr. Kenneth R. Szulczyk, and Mr. Alpha Anak Ngadan
A. Book Chapter
- Oladokun N. O., Fatima E. M. Muhtar A. E. (Forthcoming). Sustainable Energy Security for Nigeria through Innovative Financing Mechanism. In Idowu S. O. and Cheruiyot T. K. Sustainable Development in Africa: Critical Sectors and Deprived Communities
- Nafiu O., Echchabi A and Alfarisi M. A. (2012). Sukuk as an Alternative Avenue for Infrastructure Development and Job CreationEssential of Islamic Banking and Finance in Nigeria. In Dahiru, Omar (Eds), Essential of Islamic Banking and Finance in Nigeria. Benchmark Publishers Limited. 978-978-8130-33
B. Journal Publications
- Adewale A.A., Yusuf J.A, Abdul Razak D., Kamil N.M. and Oladokun N.O. (2017). Determinant of Criminal Activities by Some Nigerians Residing in Malaysia: A Social-Economic Perspective. Forthcoming in Pertanika Journal of Science and Technology.
- Moussa Larbani Mustafa Omar Mohammed Nafiu Olaniyi Oladokun. (2015). The problems facing the agricultural sector in Nigeria and the prospect of Muzara’ah & supply chain model. Humanomics, Vol. 31 Iss 1 pp. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/H-11-2012-0022
- Echchabi A. Nafiu O. N., and Ayedh A. M. (2015). Assessing the efficiency of Malaysian banks: A data envelopment analysis approach. Afro-Asian J. of Finance and Accounting, Vol.5(1)
- Echchabi A, NafiuOlaniyi O. (2012). Malaysia Consumers’ Preferences for Islamic Banking Attributes. International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 39 (11) (SCOPUS)
- Nafiu O., Echchabi A and Alfarisi M. A. (2012). Sukuk as an Alternative Avenue for Infrastructure Development and Job Creation. Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance, Vol. 29 (2).
- Echchabi A, NafiuOlaniyi O. (2012). Using Theory of Reasoned Action to Model the Patronization Behaviour of Islamic Banks’ Customers in Malaysia. Research Journal of Business Management, 6 (3): 70-82 (SCOPUS)
C. Conference Proceedings
- Moha A.A., Dzuljastri A.R. Muhammed M.O., and Oladokun O.N. (2015). Justice and Nature of Contract as Determinant of Abandoned Housing Projects. International Conference on Contemporary Issues in Accounting and Finance 2015 (COCIAF 2015), 8-10 October, 2015, Sarawak, Malaysia.
- Olaniyi O.N.; Adeyemi A.A. and Omar M.A. (2013). What Drives Malaysian Banks’ Securitization Activities? Being a paper presented at the International conference on Information and Social Sciences (ISS), Nagoya, Japan between 24-26, September, 2013.
- Muhammad A.D., Oladokun N. and Fouad M. (2013). Zakat Distribution AmongAsnaf in Wilayah and Selangor: Analytical Hierachy Process (AHP).
- Larbani Moussa, Mustafa, O.M and OladokunNafiu. (2011). The Problems Facing the Agricultural Sector in Nigeria and the Prospects of Zakat-Muzara’ah& Supply Chain Model. International Zakat Conference on “Sustainable Zakat Development in the Poverty Alleviation and Improvement of Welfare of the Ummah” Bogor, Indonesia, July 19-21.
- Larbani M., Omar M, and Oladokun N. (2009). The Problems Facing the Agricultural Sector in Nigeria and the Prospect ofMuzra’ah-Supply Chain Model. Being a paper presented at the 2009 GABER International Conference held at the Grand Season Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Alumni International Conference 2008 Community Development: Challenges and Solutions 16th-18th January, 2008. Seri Pacific Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia