Dr Oyedele Ogundana PhD, MSc, MMBA, FHEA, FAIA, ACCA, ACA, PGCAP; is a Senior Lecturer in the Accounting and Finance division at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University. His role at NBS involves teaching and researching. Oyedele is a module lead at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels including Comparative Corporate Reporting (CCR) and Research Project. Oyedele is an active researcher and his research currently focuses on Women entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial finance; Micro-entrepreneurship, Family businesses, Social entrepreneurship, International Entrepreneurship; International business; Business growth; Financial reporting; among other topics. Dr Oyedele also supervises students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Dr Oyedele supervises PhD students and is presently accepting PhD students who are interested in his area of research interests.
Sequel to joining NTU, Dr Oyedele Martins Ogundana was a Senior Accountant and Auditor within a government parastatal under the Ministry of Education in Nigeria. Since joining academics, Dr Oyedele Ogundana taught at several colleges in the UK before joining Nottingham Trent University. Dr Oyedele Ogundana is also an International Visiting Scholar at Covenant University, Nigeria. Presently, Dr Oyedele Ogundana is a member of the following professional associations:
*Fellow member of the Association of International Accountants (FAIA),
*Associate member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA),
*Associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ACA),
*Fellow member of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
Dr Oyedele Ogundana is an active researcher and has successfully published in high-ranking journal outlets including the Journal of Business Research (JBR), Journal of Small Business Management (JSBM), International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business (IJESB), World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development (WREMSD), Journal of African Business (JAB) and many more. Some of Dr Oyedele Martins Ogundana's publications has won several awards such as the NBS Early Career Research award; best paper award at the 2022 International Council of Small Business (ICSB) World Congress in Washington DC, USA. One of Dr Oyedele's journal article is stated as number 4 of the Top 10 reads in gender and entrepreneurship research by CGIA - an organization funded by the USA, Canada, the UK, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Bank, the European Commission, the Asian Development Bank, the African Development Bank, and Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (see link: https://gender.cgiar.org/news/top-10-reads-gender-and-entrepreneurship).
Dr Oyedele Ogundana has attended and presented academic papers at academic conferences such as International Council of Small Businesses (ICSB), British Academy of Management (BAM), Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE), Management and Business Academy (MBA), etc. Dr Oyedele Ogundana is also a regular peer reviewer for many top journal outlets such as the Small Business Economics, Journal of Small Business Management; The International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research; Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (JSBE); World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development (WREMSD); Journal of African Business (JAB); Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies (JEEE); and many more. Dr Oyedele Ogundana has also won several small research grants and funding to support his research publications.
Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial finance; Micro-entrepreneurship, Family businesses, Social entrepreneurship, International Entrepreneurship; International business; Business growth; Financial reporting; Accounting and Reporting standards.
Independent Examiner, Safer Living Foundation (SLF)2020 –2022
- Simba, A., Ogundana, O.M., Braune, E. and Dana, L.P., 2023. Community financing in entrepreneurship: A focus on women entrepreneurs in the developing world. Journal of Business Research, 163, p.113962.
- IBIDUNNI, A.S., AYENI, A.W.A., OGUNDANA, O.M., OTOKITI, B. and MOHALAJENG, L., 2022. Survival during times of disruptions: rethinking strategies for enabling business viability in the developing economy. Sustainability, 14 (20): 13549. ISSN 2071-1050
- OGUNDANA, O., GALANAKIS, K., SIMBA, A. and OXBORROW, L., 2022. Growth perception amongst women entrepreneurs: an emerging economy perspective. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 47 (1), pp. 109-127. ISSN 1476-1297
- OGUNDANA, O., SIMBA, A., DANA, L.-P. and LIGUORI, E., 2022. A growth model for understanding female-owned enterprises. Journal of the International Council for Small Business. ISSN 2643-7015
- OGUNDANA, O., 2022. Obstacles facing women-owned enterprises: a case for Sub-Sahara African women. World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 18 (5/6), pp. 529-544. ISSN 1746-0573
- IBIDUNNI, A.S., OGUNDANA, O.M. and OKONKWO, A., 2021. Entrepreneurial competencies and the performance of informal SMEs: the contingent role of business environment. Journal of African Business, 22 (4), pp. 468-490. ISSN 1522-8916
- OGUNDANA, O., SIMBA, A., DANA, L.-P. and LIGUORI, E., 2021. Women entrepreneurship in developing economies: a gender-based growth model. Journal of Small Business Management, 59 (S1), S42-S72. ISSN 0047-2778
- OMODARA, D., IKHILE, D., OGUNDANA, O. and AKIN-AKINYOSOYE, K., 2020. Global pandemic and business performance: impacts and responses. International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science, 9 (6), pp. 1-11. ISSN 2147-4478
- IGWE, P.A., AMAUGO, A.N., OGUNDANA, O.M., EGERE, O.M. and ANIGBO, J.A., 2019. Factors affecting the investment climate, SMEs productivity and entrepreneurship in Nigeria. European Journal of Sustainable Development, 7 (1), pp. 182-200. ISSN 2239-5938
- OGUNDANA, O., GALANAKIS, K., SIMBA, A. and OXBORROW, L., 2018. Factors influencing the business growth of women-owned sewing businesses in Lagos-State, Nigeria: a pilot study. Organisational Studies and Innovation Review, 4 (2), pp. 25-36. ISSN 2059-2256
- OGUNDANA, O.M., OGUNDANA, O.M., OGUNDANA, O.M., IBIDUNNI, A.S. and ADETOYINBO, A., 2017. Impact of direct and indirect tax on the Nigerian economic growth. Binus Business Review, 8 (3), pp. 215-220. ISSN 2476-9053
Chapters in books
- SIMBA, A., KALU, E.U., ONODUGO, V., OKOYEUZU, C.R. and OGUNDANA, O., 2022. Women entrepreneurs in Nigeria. In: M. DABIĆ, L.-P. DANA, D. MODESTUS NZIKU and V. RAMADANI, eds., Women entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa: historical framework, ecosystem, and future perspectives for the region. Cham: Springer. ISBN 9783030989651 (Forthcoming)
- OGUNDANA, O., AKIN-AKINYOSOYE, K., IKHILE, D. and OMODARA, D., 2021. Women’s entrepreneurship, health-related crisis and a gender-sensitive crisis management model for sustainable development. In: O. ADEOLA, ed., Gendered perspectives on Covid-19 recovery in Africa: towards sustainable development. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (Forthcoming)
- OGUNDANA, O., GALANAKIS, K., SIMBA, A. and OXBORROW, L., 2018. Women-owned sewing businesses in Lagos-State, Nigeria: a study of the factors influencing their business growth. In: BAM 2018 Conference proceedings. London: British Academy of Management.
- NBS Seedcorn Funding (Digital Entrepreneurship Competencies &SMEs’ Performance in Nigeria’s Informal Economy)-2022-£2,500
- NBS Seedcorn Funding (Women entrepreneurs and informal financing in sub–Saharan African region) ---------2021-------------£2,500
- NBS Seedcorn Funding (Migrant women entrepreneurship and health-related crisis: An intersectional perspective)----2023--£2500
- NBS Seedcorn Funding (Sustainable development goals in the mining industry: an exploration of host communities’ perception and expectation in a developing country)--£2500