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Biography

Lagos Business School
Adjunct Lecturer

A doctoral degree graduate of Queen Mary College, University of London, Doyin is currently a full-time member of the faculty at Lagos Business School (LBS), where he is a Senior Lecturer. In addition, he is also an executive director of the UK-based African Business Research Ltd.

At LBS he leads sessions in economic environment of business, and had also served as director of programmes for five years until January 2005. Dr Salami’s research interests include: issues in corporate long-term financial management; macroeconomic policy; corporate competitiveness and risk management; and characteristics of small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

In addition to teaching, ‘Doyin is a consultant. His consulting activities have included assignments for the Department for International Development (DFID), World Bank, United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Beyond multilateral organisations, he also works as a consultant for corporations. Presently, he is retained as a consultant by British American Tobacco (BAT), and BGL Securities Ltd. Other companies for which he has undertaken consulting assignments include Coca-Cola Nigeria and Equatorial Africa (CCNEAL), Kakawa Discount House. He has facilitated or participated in corporate retreats for, amongst others, Zain Nig Ltd., MTN, African Petroleum Plc.

He is a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Nigeria and had been a member of the Federal Government’s Economic Management Team.

Publications

​Journal Articles

Kelikume, I. & Salami, A. (2013). Time Series Modeling and Forecasting Inflation: Evidence from Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2012). Is Inflation Everywhere a Monetary phenomenon? The case of Nigeria. Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011). Empirical Analysis of the Linkages between the Manufacturing and other Sectors of the Nigerian Economy. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, Transaction: Ecology and the Environment.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2010). An Estimate of Inflation Threshold for Nigeria. International Review of Business Research Papers, 6 (5), 375-385.

Muogboh, O. & Salami, A. (2009). A New Perspective on the Manufacturing Strategy-Performance Relationship. International Journal of Business Research, 9, 114-126.

Kelikume, I. & Salami, A. (2012). Exchange Rate Volatility and Corporate performance in Nigeria: A Panel Regression Approach. Global Conference on Business and Finance, 7 (1).

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011). The Service Sector Linkage and Challenges in Nigeria. 12th International Research Symposium on Service Excellence in Management.

Salami, A. (2011). Empirical Analysis of the Linkage between the Manufacturing and Other Sectors of the Nigerian Economy. Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT) Sustainable Development and Planning Conference.

Salami, A. (2010). An Estimation of Inflation Threshold for Nigeria 1970-2008. Annual Hawaii International Business Research Conference.

Muogboh, O. S. & Salami, A. (2009). Exploring the Relationship between Manufacturing Competitiveness, Government Policy and Managerial Competence. 9th Annual International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development. ​

Kelikume, I. & Salami, A. (2012). Exchange Rate Volatility and Corporate performance in Nigeria: A Panel Regression Approach. Global Conference on Business and Finance, Honolulu, United States of America.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2012). Is Inflation Always and Everywhere a Monetary Phenomenon? The Case of Nigeria. Global Conference on Business and Finance, San Jose, Costa Rica.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011). The Service Sector Linkage and Challenges in Nigeria. 12th International Research Symposium on Service Excellence in Management, New York, United States of America.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011). Empirical Analysis of the Linkage between the Manufacturing and Other Sectors of the Nigerian Economy. 2011 Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT) Sustainable Development and Planning Conference, Southampton, United States of America.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011). Effects of Changes in Macroeconomic Aggregates on Corporate Performance in Nigeria. African Academy of Management (AFAM), San Antonio, United States of America.

Salami, A. (2010). International Capital Flows, Global Financial Crisis and Trade Openness in Nigeria. Research conference on Empirical Issue in International Trade and Finance, New Delhi, India.

Muogboh, O. S. & Salami, A. (2009). Exploring the Relationship between Manufacturing Competitiveness, Government Policy and Managerial Competence. 9th Annual International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development, Kampala, Uganda.

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