Refereed Publications

Natural gas consumption and economic growth: Evidence from selected natural gas vehicle markets in Europe. G Fadiran, AT Adebusuyi, D Fadiran. Energy 169, 467-477, 2019

The J-Curve Phenomenon: Evidence from Commodity Trade Between South Africa and the United States. H. Amusa, D Fadiran. Studies in Economics and Econometrics 43 (1), 39-62. 2019

Illicit Financial Flows in Southern Africa: Exploring Implications for Socio-economic Development. V Gumede, D Fadiran. Africa Development/Afrique et DĂ©veloppement 44 (2), 27-52. 2019

Do De Jure Institutions Matter for Foreign Direct Investment Flows in Nigeria?. DO Fadiran. Journal of African Business 20 (0), 1-19. 2019

Measurement and evolution of institutions in Nigeria. DO Fadiran, M Sarr. Journal of Development Perspectives 1 (1-2), 1-27. 2017

Institutional approach to debt determination: the Nigerian case. DO Fadiran, OA Akanbi. International Journal of Sustainable Economy 10 (1), 41-60. 2017

Working Papers

Subsidized labour and firms: Investment, profitability, and leverage. I Marcelin, D Brink, DO Fadiran, HA Amusa. WIDER Working Paper. 2019

Agglomeration and productivity in South Africa: Evidence from firm-level data. H Amusa, N Wabiri, D Fadiran. WIDER Working Paper Series. 2019

Institutions and other determinants of total factor productivity in sub-Saharan Africa. D Fadiran, OA Akanbi. Economic Research Southern Africa (ERSA), 2017

Path Dependence and Interdependence Between Institutions and Development. DO Fadiran, M Sarr. Economic Research Southern Africa Working Papers. 2016

Book Chapters

Path dependence and interdependence in institutions: the Nigerian case. D Fadiran, M Sarr. Peripheral Visions of Economic Development, 320-350

Ongoing Research

  • The Efficiency of Public Expenditures on Basic Services: The Case of South African Municipalities.

  • The Spatial Nature of Government Efficiency & Regime Change: The Case of South African Municipalities.

  • Neighbourhood effects on Municipal Audit Outcomes and Unemployment in South Africa.

  • Is Resource Inefficiency Self-reinforcing? Evidence from The European Union.

  • Institutions and Intra-sub-regional Trade: the ECOWAS Case