Mickiewicz T, Olarewaju T. (2020). New Venture Evolution of Migrants Under Institutional Voids: Lessons from Shonga Farms in Nigeria. International Small Business Journal. ABS 3. DOI (10.1177/0266242619896266).
Olarewaju, T. I. (2019). Can Equalising Educational Endowments Between Men and Women Create More Female Self-Employed Value in Nigeria?; Journal of Creating Value. DOI (10.1177/2394964318815313).
Olarewaju, T. I. (2018). Organising Household Consumption and Occupational Proportions: Evidence from Nigeria; International Journal of Organizational Analysis. DOI (10.1108/IJOA-03-2017-1141).
Works in Progress
Olarewaju T, Tamvada P, Mcdowall S. Social Media, Generalised Trust and Relation Centrism for Firms’ Corruption Perception: Evidence from Low- and Middle-Income Countries.
Olarewaju T, Ibrahim R, Gallage S. Non-Governmental Organizations, Social Media and Social Marketing: Monitoring Government Budgets in a Resource-Rich Country.
Book Chapters and Reports
Olarewaju, T. Olarewaju, T (2020). Ethnic Poverty: Causes, Implications, and Solutions; Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals: No Poverty, Springer. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69625-6_124-1
Olarewaju, T. Fernando, J. (2020). Gender Inequality and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries; Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals: Decent Work and Economic Growth, Springer. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71058-7_92-1
Olarewaju, T. Olushola, F. (2020). Migrant Entrepreneurship Under Institutional Voids; Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals: Decent Work and Economic Growth, Springer. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71058-7_93-1
Olarewaju, T. (Forthcoming). Economic Factors and the Household in Relation to Supermarket and Local Market Shopping: Implications from Africa.
The Conversation Article Publications
The Conversation (2020). Tolu Olarewaju; “Nigeria’s post-COVID-19 recovery plan has some merit. But it misses the mark”, URL: https://theconversation.com/nigerias-post-covid-19-recovery-plan-has-some-merit-but-it-misses-the-mark-140974.
The Conversation (2020). Tolu Olarewaju; “Lockdown will hit Nigeria’s smallscale entrepreneurs hard. What can be done”, URL: https://theconversation.com/lockdown-will-hit-nigerias-smallscale-entrepreneurs-hard-what-can-be-done-135362.
The Conversation (2019). Tolu Olarewaju; “Can social media help anti-corruption drives? A Nigerian case study”, URL: https://theconversation.com/can-social-media-help-anti-corruption-drives-a-nigerian-case-study-118190 (04/06/2019)
The Conversation (2019). Tolu Olarewaju; “Being BAME often means being over qualified and under paid – here’s how pay reporting could help”, URL: https://theconversation.com/being-bame-often-means-being-over-qualified-and-under-paid-heres-how-pay-reporting-could-help-99338 (05/04/2019)
The Conversation (2019). Tolu Olarewaju; “Nigerian women entrepreneurs draw the short straw on education levels”, URL: https://theconversation.com/nigerian-women-entrepreneurs-draw-the-short-straw-on-education-levels-112843 (06/03/2019)
The Conversation (2019). Tolu Olarewaju & Vanessa Oakes; “Lessons from Nigeria on how public engagement can curb corruption”, URL: https://theconversation.com/lessons-from-nigeria-on-how-public-engagement-can-curb-corruption-110626 (30/01/2019)
The Conversation (2018). Tolu Olarewaju; “How Nigeria can attract and keep the right kind of foreign direct investment”, URL: https://theconversation.com/how-nigeria-can-attract-and-keep-the-right-kind-of-foreign-direct-investment-107611 (04/12/2018)
The Conversation (2018). Tolu Olarewaju; “Nigeria’s Plan to Redistribute Recovered Corruption Money Needs a Rethink”, URL: https://theconversation.com/nigerias-plan-to-redistribute-recovered-corruption-money-needs-a-rethink-99947 (18/07/2018)
The Conversation (2018). Tolu Olarewaju; “How Britain can remain a soft power superpower after Brexit”, URL: https://theconversation.com/how-britain-can-remain-a-soft-power-superpower-after-brexit-97405 (30/05/2018)
The Conversation (2018). Tolu Olarewaju; “Snakes and Monkeys are Getting the Blame for Corruption in Nigeria”, URL: https://theconversation.com/snakes-and-monkeys-are-getting-the-blame-for-corruption-in-nigeria-92779 (8/03/2018)
The Conversation Link: https://theconversation.com/profiles/tolu-olarewaju-405190
Researchgate Link: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tolu_Olarewaju2
Olarewaju, T. ‘Covid-19 and Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) businesses’ Online Workshop on Advances in Migrant and Refugee Entrepreneurship Research - New Directions in Research and Practice, Aston University, UK. Sep. 2020
Olarewaju, T & Hirekhan, M. ‘The Use of Open & Active Engagement in Budget Transactions to Reduce Corruption: Inductive Lessons from Nigeria’ British Academy of Management Conference, Aston University, UK. Sep. 2019
Olarewaju, T & Mickiewicz, T. ‘Migrants’ New Venture Evolution under Institutional Voids: Unique Lessons from Shonga Farms’ Academy of International Business Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark Jun. 2019
Mickiewicz, T & Olarewaju, T. ‘Evolution in Transaction Costs and Ownership Structure of Public-Private Partnerships: Shonga Farms in Nigeria’ Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, USA (doi/abs/10.5465/AMBPP.2018.11006abstract) Aug. 2018
Olarewaju, T, Tamvada, P. & Mcdowall, S. ‘Corruption, The Great Value Destroyer:
The Role of Generalised Trust in Social Networks, Social Media Participation and Legal Institutional Quality’ First Global Conference on Creating Value, Chartered Management Institute, De Montfort University, UK May. 2018
Olarewaju, T. ‘Patterns in Education & Self-Employment’ Research in Entrepreneurship (RENT), Luxembourg Nov. 2014