1. Ashamu, S.O. Ihemeje, J.O. & Odiari, O. (2005) Decision Theory as a tool for improving Operational Activities in Business Corporate Organization. Nigerian Journal of Banking and Financial Issues. Vol. 6, 140–155. University of Ado-Ekiti. Nigeria.
  2. Ashamu, S.O. & Ogundele, O.J.K (2006). Capital Market Operation: The Impact on the Emerging Economy. Nigeria Journal of Banking and Financial Issues, Vol. 6, 64–70. University of Ado-Ekiti. Nigeria.
  3. Ogundele, O.J.K, Olajide, O.T. & Ashamu, S.O. (2008). Dimension of Entrepreneurs Behavior in Nigeria. Journal of Social Sciences, 7/7: 96–125. Lagos State University. Nigeria.
  4. Kehinde, J.S., Olushola, A., and Ashamu, S.O. (2009) Contemporary Issues in Economic Planning in Nigeria: The Loren Model. Journal of Social and Policy Issues, 6/4: 25–31. Nigeria.
  5. Ashamu, S.O. and Doruwoju, S.T. (2009) Bank Recapitalization in Nigeria: Profit Performance Analysis. Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, 6/3: 40–44. Nigeria
  6. Ogundele, O.J.K., Olajide, O.T., Hassan, A.R. Ashamu, S.O. (2009) Ethical Perspectives and Entrepreneurship in Nigeria. Nigerian Academy of Management Journal, 2/2: 63–71. Nigeria.
  7. Ashamu, S.O. Akinlabi, B.H., Durowoju, S.T. & Bolarinwa, S.A. (2010) The Relevance of Accounting Information System in Merger and Acquisition in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Development Studies. Vol 5, No. 14, 144–146. Nigeria.
  8. Ashamu, S.O. Akinlabi, B.H. Akingbade, W.A. Alaka, N.S. (2010). Impact of Relationship Marketing on the Performance of Banks in Lagos Metropolis. Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, Vol 7, 4, 68–74. Nigeria.
  9. Ashamu, S.O, and Oyende A.A. (2011). Loan Default in the Nigerian Banking Industry—Major causes, recovery and prevention: Evidence from Nigeria. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Vol. IV, (1&2), Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria.
  10. Ashamu, S.O, Abiola J.O. and Oyende A.A. (2011). Effects of Monetary Policy Instruments on Bank Credit. International Journal of Multi-disciplinary Research: Vol. IV, (1&2). Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye. Nigeria.
  11. Ashamu, S.O. Anifowoshe, A.D., & Akinlabi, B.H. (2011) The effects of Strategic Human Resources Management on Commercial Banks Performance in Lagos State. Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference on Global Economic and Financial Recovery, University of Lagos. University of Lagos. Nigeria.
  12. Kehinde, J.S. Ashamu, S.O. & Akinlabi, B.H. (2012). The Impact of Electronic Banking on the Operations of Nigerian Banks. International Journal of Management and Social Research, Vol. 1. No. 1, Nigeria.
  13. Ashamu, S.O. & J.O. Abiola (2012).The Impact of Global Financial Crisis on Banking Sector in Nigeria. British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 4/2: 251–257. U.K.
  14. Ashamu, S.O. Akinlabi, B.H., Durowoju S.T. & Hassan, A.R. (2011) The Relevance of Accounting Information System in Merger and Acquisition Decision in Nigeria. Journal of Contemporary Research in Business. Vol 3, No. 7, 485–497. U.S.A.
  15. Ashamu, S.O., J.O Abiola & S.O. Badmus. (2012) Dividend Policy as Strategic Tool of Financial in Public Firms: Evidence from Nigeria. European Scientific Journal. Vol. 8(9), 1–24.
  16. Abiola, J.O. & Ashamu, S.O. (2012) Environmental Management Accounting Practice in Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). European Scientific Journal. Vol. 8(9), 76–93.
  17. Jegede, C.A, Ashamu, S.O. & Akinlabi, B.H (2012) The Causes and Prevention of Bad Debts in the Banking Sector: Evidence from Nigeria. Issues in Business Management and Economics.
  18. Ashamu, S.O. & James Abiola (2012), The Impact of Monetary Policy Measures on Bank Credit (1990–2010). Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies. 2/2: 27–52.
  19. Fajonyomi, S.O., Ashamu, S.O. & Abiola, J.O. (2012), A Comparative Analysis of the Impact of Exchange Rate Volatility on the Export of Ghana and Nigeria. Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies. Vol. 5(1), 67–80.
  20. Adeleke, O., Ashamu, S.O. and Akinola M. (2013), Monetary Policy and Nigeria’s Economic Growth. Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF), 1/3: 56–63. India.
  21. Ashamu, S.O. (2013), An Investigation into The Impact of Bank Policy Reforms on the Growth of the Nigerian Economy. European Journal of Social Sciences. U.K.
  22. Ashamu, S.O., Olaoye, A.O & Anifowoshe, A.D. (2013). Survey of share pricing Securities in some selected commercial banks in Nigeria. Journal and Scientific Studies, 17/1: 3–12. Scotland.
  23. Omoniyi, B.O. Adeleke O. and Ashamu, S.O. (2014). An Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Financial Market Development on the Nigerian Economy. Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science. 2/1: 34–40. Pakistan.
  24. Kehinde, J.S. and Ashamu, S.O. (2014). Financial Structure Mix: Effect on Growth and Earning of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 4/4 132–137. U.S.A.
  25. Abiola, J.O & Ashamu, S.O. (2014). An Examination of Information and Technology Adoption Barrier by Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. Review of Public Administration and Management. Vol. 3 (5) Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Nigeria.
  26. Ashamu, S.O (2014). Fraud Management in the Nigerian Banking Industry: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Technology, Entrepreneurship and Rural Development. Vol. 5(1) Lead City University, Nigeria.
  27. Ashamu, S.O, and Ayo Ogundina (2014). Nigerian Banks and Global Challenges—Further Evidence. International Journal of Financial Economics, 4/4: 199–206.
  28. Ashamu, S.O. (2014). The impact of micro-finance on small-scale businesses in Nigeria. Journal of Policy and Development Studies, 9/1, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Nigeria.
  29. Ashamu, S.O. & James O. Abiola (2014). Exploration of the impact of international trade on the growth of Nigeria’s manufacturing sector. Journal of Business Administration and Management Sciences Research. 3/1: 6–11. U.K.
  30. Ashamu, S.O. and Ogundina, J.O. (2015). An Assessment of Impact of Microfinance Banks on Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria: An Empirical Investigation. Journal of Policy and Development Studies, 9/2: 83–89. Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Nigeria.
  31. Ashamu, S.O. (2015). Determinants of Bank Distress and Its Effects on the Nigerian Economy. 1983-2013. LASU Journal of Management Sciences. 2/2: 195–228
  32. Ogundina J.O. and Ashamu, S.O. (2015). Stock Market Development and Economic Growth in Nigeria: Application of Granger Causality Test. Journal of Policy and Development Studies, 9/5: 95–100.
  33. Oluitan, R.O., Ashamu S. & Ogunkenu O. (2015) The Effect of Recapitalization on Bank Performance in Nigeria. International Finance and Banking, 2/1: 79–90.
  34. *Olojede, I.A., Fatile, J. O & Adejuwon, D. (2015). Techno-Bureaucratic Governance and Public Service Delivery: Indonesia and Nigeria in Perspective. Africa’s Public Service Delivery & Performance Review (APSDPR) (Africa’s Development Watch) Journal. September, 3/3: 149-176. (Department of Public Administration, University of Fort Hare, South Africa).
  35. *Fatile, J. O. & Bello, W.O. (2015). The Effectiveness of Parametric Techniques of Hypothesis Testing: An Empirical Analysis of Decision Making in the Public International Journal of Entrepreneurial Development, Education and Science Research .5 (1), 113-130 (International Standard Research Publishing, Germany with Directorate of Research University of Winneba, Ghana).
  36. Fatile, J.O. & Ejalonibu, G.L. (2015). Decentralization and Local Government Autonomy: The Quest for Quality Service Deliver in Nigeria British Journal of Economics Management and Trade (BJEMT). 10 (2) (Science Domain International, United Kingdom).
  37. *Fatile, J.O. (2015). Public Private Partnerships and Housing Delivery System in Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Business Strategies and Management. 3 (1):201-215. (The Future Institute, Coventry University, United Kingdom).
  38. *Fatile, J. O & Ajulor, V.O. (2014). Agencification of Public Service Delivery in Nigeria: An Empirical Study of Selected Public Agencies in Lagos State. Journal of US-China Public Administration. 11 (8):1-15. (United States by Renmin University of China).
  39. *Okafor, C; Fatile, J. O & Ejalonibu, G.L. (2014). Public Service Innovations and Changing Ethos in Africa. Africa’s Public Service Delivery & Performance Review (APSDPR) (Africa’s Development Watch) Journal. December 2014, 2 (4): 46-71. (Department of   Public Administration, University of Fort Hare, South Africa).
  40. *Fatile, J.O. (2014). Performance Management Systems and Productivity in the Public Sector: Wither African Public Administration. Africa’s Public Service Delivery & Performance Review (APSDPR) (Africa’s Development Watch) Journal. September 2014, 2 (3):
  41. *Fatile, J.O. (2013). Ethics and Performance in the Nigerian Public Sector. International Journal of Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences, October, 2013, 2 (10):132-151. (Pakistan).
  42. *Fatile, J.O. (2012). Corruption and the Challenges of Good Governance in the Nigerian Public Sector. Africa’s Public Service Delivery & Performance Review (APSDPR) (Africa’s Development Watch) Journal. December 2012, 1 (3): 46-65. (Department of Public Administration, University of Fort Hare, South Africa).
  43. *Fatile, J.O. (2012). Electronic Governance: Myth or Opportunity for Nigerian Public Administration. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2 (8): 122-140, August (Pakistan).
  44. *Fatile, J.O. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2013). Millennium Development Goals and Poverty Question in Nigeria. Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review.504-516. A Joint publication of Babcock and Value View Universities (Singapore)
  45. *Fatile J.O. & Igbokwe-Ibeto, C. (2012). Nigerian Public Service and the Challenges of Human Capital Development: The Way Forward. Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies I (II): 11-25 (FCC University, Scotland).
  46. *Fatile, J.O., Akhakpe, I.B., Igbokwe, I. & Oteh, C.O. (2012). Feminism and Political Participation in Nigeria: An Empirical International Journal of Asian Social Science, 2 (7), 1077-1092. (Asian Economic and Social Society, Pakistan).
  47. *Fatile J.O. & Adejobi, O.S. (2012). Climate Change, Environment and Conflicts in Nigeria. British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences 6 (1): 11 – 20 (University of Colorado Denver, United Kingdom).
  48. *Fatile, J.O. & Adekanbi A. A. (2012). The Role of Civil Society Organizations in Conflict Management in Nigeria. International Journal of Asian Social Science, 2 (5): 720-729 (Asian Economic and Social Society, Pakistan).
  49. *Fatile J. O & Adejuwon, K. (2012). Democracy and Development under the Shadow of Corruption in Africa: The Nigeria’s Fourth Republic in Perspective. International Journal of Physical and Social Sciences. 2 (4): 152 – 176 (Ming Chuan University Tao-Yuan, India).
  50. *Fatile J.O, Adejobi, O.S & Majekodunmi, A. (2012). Climate Change, Communal Conflicts and Human Insecurity in Nigeria. Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies 2 (II): 26-38 (FCC University, Scotland).
  51. *Akhakpe, I., Fatile, J.O. & Igbokwe, I. (2012). Local Government and the Challenges of Community and Rural Development in Nigeria: The Way Forward. International Journal of Asian Social Science, 2 (6): 803-819 (Asian Economic and Social Society, Pakistan).
  52. *Fatile, J. O. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2011). Conflict and Conflict Management in Tertiary Institutions: The Case of Nigerian Universities. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 7 (1): 274-288 (University of Aberdeen, London).
  53. **Fatile J.O., Afegbua, S.I. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2011). Succession Crisis in Emerging Democracies in Africa: Lessons from Togo, Ghana and Nigeria. Twintech Business Review, 1 (1): 60-86 (Twintech Business School, Kualar Lumpur, Malaysia).
  54. **Fatile J.O., Afegbua, S.I & Adejuwon, K.D. (2011). Political Insecurity and State Failure in Contemporary Africa. African Journal of Research and Development: A Journal of Across Africa Information Services, 3 (1) pp 1-12. (Institute of Professional Studies, Legon, Accra, Ghana).
  55. **Fatile J.O. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2010). Gender Issues in Human Resources ‘Management in Nigeria Public Service. African Journal of Political Science and International Relations 5 (3):112-119. (Hellenic Open University, Athens, Greece).
  56. **Fatile J.O., Afegbua, S.I. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2010). Godfatherism in African Politics: The Nigerian Experience-International Journal of Issues in African Development-Candia de Development Et D: Echanges Endogenes (IDEE) Quidah Near Contonou, Benin Republique 2 (4):114-138. (Centre for Issues in the Development of Africa, Cotonou, Benin Republic).
  57. **Fatile J.O. & Adejuwon K.D (2010). Public Service Reforms in Africa: Issues, Lessons and Future Directions. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 7 (1):48­55. (Clarion University of Pennsylvania, United States of America)
  58. ** Fatile, J. O (2004). Team Building through Effective Delegation and Control. Premium Investment Issue X2: 48-79. (Smithers International Publishing, United Kingdom).
  59. *Fatile, J.O. & Ejalonibu, G.L. (2015). Concession as a mechanism for Accountability in Port Management: An Empirical Analysis Study of Nigeria Port Authority. LASU Journal of Management Sciences (2)1:16-29 (Lagos State University, Ojo).
  60. *Fatile, J.O. & Ejalonibu, G.L. (2014). Emergency Rule: A Panacea for Peace and Conflict Resolution in Nigeria. Journal of Policy and Development Studies. (9)1:122­138. (Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu).
  61. *Fatile, J.O. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2014). Project Management Practice in the Public Sector: The Nigerian Experience. Journal of Policy and Development Studies. (8)3:145­159. (Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu).
  62. *Fatile, J.O. (2013). Climate Change and Public Service Delivery System in Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Business and Social Sciences. 7 (1):88-107. (Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Lagos).
  63. *Fatile, J.O. (2013). Traditional Rulership in Contemporary Nigerian Government System and the Dilemma of Relevance. Journal of Policy and Development Studies. 7 (2): 72 (Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu).
  64. *Fatile, J.O. & Okewale, R. (2013). Corruption and Democracy in Nigerian Local Government. Review of Public Administration and Management. 3 (3): 140-155. (Nnamdi Azikwe University, Akwa, Anambra State).
  65. *Fatile, J.O., Durowoju, S & Elegunde, A.F. (2013). Corruption, Good Governance and Economic Development in Nigeria: Theoretical Issues. Management Skills and Techniques. April, 2013, 4 (1): 204-218 (Lead City University, Ibadan).
  66. *Fatile, J.O. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2012). Boundary Conflicts and the Challenges of Regional Integration in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Nigeria and Cameroon. Wukari Historical Review: 1 (1), (Department of History and Diplomatic Studies, Federal University, Wukari, Taraba State).
  67. Akhakpe, I., Fatile, J.O. & Igbokwe, I. (2012). Delivering Efficient Public Service in Nigeria through better Performance Management Frameworks. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review, 5 (l):182-195 (Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki).
  68. *Fatile, J. O,S. & Olorunnimbe, R.O. (2012). Vulnerability to Climate Change and Conflicts in Nigeria. Journal of Social Science and Public Policy. 4. 72- 83. (IBB University, Lapai- Niger State)
  69. **Fatile J.O. & Adejuwon, K.D (2011). The Role of Diaspora in National Development in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal for Strategic Research and Development (NJSRD) 1 (2): 170-178 (Centre for Research and Manpower Development, Owerri).
  70. **Fatile J.O. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2011). The Implication of Globalization on Nigeria’s Development PPCSS International Journal Series, 1 (2): 165-177. (Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State).
  71. Fatile J.O. & Kehinde, D.A. (2011). The Role of administrators in the Management of Public Funds for National development in Nigeria. Business and Management Journal 1 (4): 38-46 (Michael Stevens Consulting, Lagos)
  72. Fatile J.O. (2010). Boundary Disputes and Communal Conflicts Resolution: The Role of Traditional Rulers. IKOGHO -A Multi-Disciplinary Journal 8 (3):1-139 (University of Port Harcourt).
  73. **Fatile J.O. & Adekanbi, A. (2010). An Empirical Analysis of the Role of Civil Society Organizations (CSO’s) in Public Policy Making in Nigeria: A Study of ASUU and MAN. Journal of Management and Corporate Governance. 2:80-106 September: (University of Benin, Benin City).
  74. **Fatile J.O. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2010). Corruption, Democracy and Development: Fifty years on. The Constitution: Journal of Constitutional Development, 10 (4): 26-49. (Centre for Constitutionalism and Demilitarisation, Lagos).
  75. **Fatile, J.O. & Folarin. E. A (2010). Information Communication Technology and Organizational Performance in the Banking Sector: An Empirical Approach. International Journal of Investment and Finance, 3 (1& 2):19-38 (University of Uyo, Ikot-Ekpene).
  76. **Fatile, J.O. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2009). The Nigerian State and Unending Problem of Agitations for State creation. African Journal of Institutions and Development, (AJID), V (7&8): 142-154. (Department of Public Administration, Obafemi Awolowo University, lle-Ife).
  77. **Fatile, J.O. & Kehinde, A.D. (2009). Public Administration Reform through E-­governance in Nigeria: The Journey so far. National Development Review. 2 August: 112-124 (Department of History and Archeology, IBB University, Lapai, Minna).
  78. **Fatile, J.O. & Adejuwon, K.D. (2009). Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in Nigeria. Journal of Social and Policv Issues. 6 (4) (International Research and Development Institute, Usman Danfodiyo University, Sokoto)
  79. **Fatile, J.0. & Adejuwon, D. (2009). The Place of Traditional Rulers in Local Government Administration in the New Political Order in Nigeria. African Journal of Social Policy and Administration 2 (l): 9 – 19 (Devon Science Publication, Enugu).
  80. **Fatile, J.O. & Kehinde, D.A. (2008). Intergovernmental Relations in Nigeria: An Appraisal of the Involvement of Local Government. The Constitution – Journal of Constitutional Development. 8 (3):83-102 (Centre for Constitutionalism and Demilitarisation, Lagos).
  81. **Fatile, J.O. (2007). The Impact of Federal Government Housing Policy on the Urban Poor in Nigeria: A study of Lagos State. Journal of Social and Policy Issues. 4 (1):40­ (International Research and Development Institute, Usman Danfodiyo University, Sokoto).
  82. **Fatile, J.O. (2006). Non-parametric Techniques and Hypothesis Testing: An Empirical Analysis of Decision Making in Lagos State Civil Service. ASCON Journal of Management. 27 (1-2): 29-57. (Administrative Staff College of Nigeria, (ASCON) Badagry, Lagos).
  83. **Fatile, J.O. (2006). Women and National Development: An Appraisal. The Constitution-Journal of Constitutional Development (CENCOD). 6 (4): 34-69. (Centre for Constitutionalism and Demilitarisation, Lagos).
  84. **Fatile, J.O. (2004). Militarization of the Nigerian Foreign Policy in West African Sub­Region: The Case of Liberia and Sierra Leone. The Nigerian Journal of Research and Production. 5 (4):27-42. (Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu).
  85. ** Fatile, J.0. (2004). The Impact of Press Struggles in an Emerging Democracy in Nigeria: An Evaluation. The Constitution: Journal of Constitutional Development (CENCOD), 4 (1): 37-72. (Centre for Constitutionalism and Demilitarisation, Lagos).
  86. **Fatile, J. O. (2003). The Political Framework of the Nigerian System. The Nigerian Journal of Research and Production: A Multidisciplinary Journal. 3 (3): 69-79. (Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu).
  87. **Fatile, J.O. (2000). Self-succession and Civilianization of the Military Hierarchy: Implications for Democracy in Nigeria. Journal of Policy Initiatives. 3 (1): 101-119. (Ondo State University, Akungba-Akoko).
  88. Ogbeide, U.E. and Fatile, J.O. (1998). Boundary Adjustments and Inter-Community Relations in Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Politics and Public Policy (NJPPP). 2 (1&2):139-166. (University of Benin, Benin-City).
  89. Idahosa S.A and F. F. Nchuchuwe (2000), “The Case for Participatory Leadership as an Instrument for Effectiveness and Efficiency in Public Organizations”, in the Benin Journal of Social Sciences Vols. 8&9 Nos. 1&2, Pp 27-41.
  90. Idahosa S.A. and Nchuchuwe F. F. (2002), “Invigorating Agricultural Development through Cooperative Federalism in Nigeria” in the Benin Journal of Social Sciences Vols. 10 & 11 Nos. 1&2, Pp 163-170.
  91. Nchuchuwe F. F. (2002), “Leadership in Organizations: A Theoretical Discourse” in the Lagos Journal of Business Vol. 2 No 2 July –December, Pp 119-145.
  92. Nchuchuwe F. F. (2002), “Cooperative Federalism as a Panacea for Agricultural Development in Nigeria in the 21st Century” in the Journal of Contemporary Issues in the Nigerian Economy, Vol. I No 1, Pp 126-14.
  93. Nchuchuwe F. and Pat Osa Oviasuyi (2003),“The Need To Re- Negotiate Nigeria’s Federalism For Agricultural Development In The 21st Century” in the International Journal of Governance and Development Vol. 1 No. 2, Pp 26-42.
  94. Idahosa S.A and Nchuchuwe F. F. (2004), “Problems of Local Government Finance in Nigeria: A Historical Perspective” in BIU Journal of Social and Management Sciences Vol. 1 No 1, Pp 1-26.
  95. Idahosa A and Nchuchuwe F. F. (2005) ‘’Local Government Finance in Nigeria: Issues in Generation, Utilization, Accountability and Service Delivery’’ in the Nigerian journal of Policy and Development. Vol 4 Pp100 – 132.
  96. Nchuchuwe F. F. (2006), “Corruption and Development in the Local Government System of Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects’’ in the Journal of Social and Policy Issues. Vol 3 No 3, Pp 82-98.
  97. Tonwe, D. A. and Nchuchuwe Friday (2007) “Ecological context of Nigerian Local Government’’ in the Nigerian journal of Administrative science of the Institute of Public Administration and extension services, University of Benin, Benin City.Vol. 7, No 4, Jan Pp 346-362.
  98. Nchuchuwe, F.F.(2007)”Invigorating the Internally Generated Revenues of the Local Governments in Nigeria for Service Delivery in the 21st century’’, in the International Journal of Development Studies, Vol 2, No 2 Pp 75-99.
  99. Nchuchuwe, F.F. & David Adejuwon (2009) “Making Local Government Efficient and Effective for Nigeria’s Development in the 21st Century”, in the International Journal of Development Studies, Vol 4, No1, Pp 67-72
  100. Nchuchuwe, F.F. & Adejuwon David (2009) “Total Quality Management as a Tool for Efficiency and Effectiveness in Public Administration” in the International Journal of  Political Science and Administration Vol. 1, No1, Pp 113-117.
  101. Nchuchuwe, F. F. & David Adejuwon (2009) “Civil Service and Civil Service Reforms in Nigeria: Issues and Prospects for Efficiency and Effectiveness in the 21st Century” in the Journal of Social Policy and Society, Vol 4, No 1, Pp 75-81.
  102. Nchuchuwe F.F. (2009) “Making Micro-finance an Instrument for Poverty Eradication and Entrepreneurial in Nigeria: Issues and Prospects” in the International Journal of Management Sciences, Vol 1, No 1Pp 46 -53, Accra Ghana.
  103. Nchuchuwe F.F & David Adejuwon (2009) “Effective Communication: A Tool for  Organizational Stability and Growth” in   the African Journal of Arts and Cultural Studies, Vol.2, No 1, Pp 30-37.
  104. Nchuchuwe F.F. & V.O Ajulor (2009) “The Travails of Local Government in Nigeria from Pre-   Colonial era to date” in the Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, Vol 6,  No 4, Pp 19-26.
  105. Nchuchuwe F.F. (2009) “Making Public Enterprises in Nigeria Truly Entrepreneurial by a review of its Ecological Context” in the International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol.2, No 5,Pp 25-32, Accra, Ghana.
  106. Nchuchuwe F.F.& Adejuwon Kehinde David (2012) “The challenges of Agriculture and Rural Development in Africa: The case of Nigeria” in the International Journal of academic Research in Progressive Education and Development, United Kingdom (UK) Vol.1 No.3, Pp 45-61.
  107. Nchuchuwe F.F.& Adejuwon Kehinde David (2014) “Agencification of Public Service Delivery in Developing Societies: Experience of Pakistan and Tanzania Agency Models” in the Africa’s Public Service Delivery and Performance Review, University of Port Hare, South-Africa Vol 2 (3) Pp 106-124.
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  114. Shabi, O.R. (2014), “Trade Disputes and Collective Bargaining in Nigeria”, in the Nigerian Journal of Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 83.
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