As a Senior Lecturer in Bloomsbury Institute, I teach several modules and provide oversight coordination for Critical Issues in International Business Management module in the Business School.
I am a confident, self-motivated, analytical and performance-focused professional with a track record of success of over 20 years in academics, banking and International Development interventions. I have provided technical leadership and management in the implementation of over 12 projects funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), The EU, and The Global Affairs Canada across multi-thematic areas of nutrition, food security, livelihood, gender and governance. I have facilitated the financing of high profile infrastructures using various innovative financing options like the PPP models while also providing technical support for SME growths across targeted countries of Sub-Sahara Africa.
My Research and Academic interest lies in the intersection between Food Security, Health, Public Policy and Climate Justice. I’m keenly interested in the global politics of climate change between the Global North and Global South. I’m interested in understanding the neo-colonial politics as it affects the international markets and trades.
I read classical literatures and enjoys engaging in deep intellectual discuss around the history of West Civilization, Religion and Metaphysics and their impacts on human thoughts evolutions. I stand for Justice, Fairness and Equity and I am incurably in love with humanity and the planet earth.
Qualifications, Affiliations and Memberships
- University of Bolton, UK
- PGCERT in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education (in-view)
- PhD (Agricultural Economics
- M.Sc. Economics
- MBA Business Administration
- B.Sc. Economics & Mgt
Research and Publications
- Omorogbe.I.I. and Alapka .S.O. (2021). An Empirical Review of Fish Value Chain in North-East Nigeria. Journal of Forestry Environment and Sustainable Development. https://www.eruditescholars.net/journal/JOURNAL_OF_FORESTRY_ENVIRONMENT_AND_SUSTAINABLE_DEVELOPMENT_JOFESD/latest_edition/5/3
- Omorogbe.I. and Osifo.A. (2019). Lending Practices of Microfinance Banks and its Implications for Agricultural Lending. Journal of Forestry, Environment and Sustainable Development. Vol. 5, Number 1; 2019.
- Omorogbe.I. and Aina.S.O. (2017). Analysis of Microfinance Banks Support to Agricultural Lending in Edo State, Nigeria. Journal of Fisheries and Livestock Production. Vol. 5(1). https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/analysis-of-microfinance-banks-support-to-agricultural-lending-in-edostate-nigeria-2332-2608-1000211.pdf
- Omorogbe.I. and Osasogie.D.I. (2017). A Review of the Vulnerability Status of Farming Households in the Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment.13(3). https://www.njafe.org/Njafe2017vol_13No3/25_Omorogbe_and_Osasogie.pdf
- Osasogie. D.I. and Omorogbe.I. (2017). Socio-Economic Determinants and Climate Change Vulnerability of Farming Households in Benue State, Nigeria.Ebonyin State University Journal of Social Science and Humanities. Vol. 7(1). http://www.journals.aphriapub.com/index.php/EBSUJSSH/article/view/752
Senior Lecturer, Business Management and Module Leader, Critical Issues in International Business Management
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