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Akinsehinwa Sharimakin

Lecturer

Nottingham Business School

Staff Group(s)
Department of Economics

Role

Akinsehinwa is an Associate Lecturer at Nottingham Business School.

Akinsehinwa is an energy and environmental economist with primary research interest in energy and environment, energy demand modelling, efficiency and productivity analysis, and energy regulation and policy. His secondary research interests lie in the field of applied micro-econometrics, industrial economics and public sector economics. He is currently undertaking his PhD programme in Economics at the University of Loughborough, UK, having awarded a scholarship by the University. He has worked at different capacities as a researcher both in Africa and overseas.

Career overview

2012 – 2014: Research Associate; Centre for the Study of the Economies of Africa, Abuja, Nigeria

Research areas

  • Energy and Environment
  • Energy Demand Modelling
  • Productivity and Efficiency Analysis
  • Applied microeconometrics

External activity

Doctoral candidate (Economics): University of Loughborough

Bought-in-Teacher: University of Loughborough