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B.SC. (Hons) Agric. Econs, Ife
M.SC. (Hons) Agric. Econs, Ife



Oluwasola O., Kassali R., Amusan C.A. (2012) Factors enhancing investment and farm capitalization in small holdings in Nigeria: Policy implications for transforming the agricultural sector. International Journal of AgriScience Vol. 2(3): 265-279, March 2012. www.inacj.com. ISSN: 2228-6322© International Academic Journals.

Ayanwale A. B. and Amusan C. A. (2012) Gendered analysis of rice production efficiency in Osun state: Implication for the transformation agenda. Proceedings of 2012 annual conference of the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economics (NAAE).Pp 208-217.

Ayanwale, A. B., and Amusan C. A. (2014) Livelihood Strategies of Female Indigenous Vegetable Farmers’ in Osun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science, 6(10), p96.

Amusan C. A., Ayanwale, A. B. and Oyedele D. O (2015)Roles of productive assets in the livelihood strategies of female indigenous vegetable farmers in Osun state, Nigeria.A paper presented at the Alexander Von Humboldt International Conference, August 2-5th, 2015.

Ayanwale A. B., Amusan C. A., Adeyemo V. A. andOyedele D. O(2016): Analysis of Household Demand for Underutilized Indigenous Vegetables, International Journal of Vegetable Science, DOI: 10.1080/19315260.2015.1103350

AyanwaleA., AdekunleA., Fatunbi A.O., Olarinde L. and Adelekun C.(2017) Membership to innovation platforms and gender inownership of productive assets in the Savannas ofWest Africa. African Crop Science Journal, Vol. 25, Issue Supplement s1, pp. 59 - 70 ISSN 1021-9730/2017