Staff Details

ADEWALE ABIDEEN ADEYEMI

ADEWALE ABIDEEN ADEYEMI
Designation: Assistant Professor
INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE
IIUM Gombak Campus
Extension: 4714
Email address: abidewale@iium.edu.my

Academic Qualification

  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) - Bachelor Degree , University of Ilorin, Nigeria
  • Master of Science in Finance - Masters Degree , University of Lagos Akoka, Nigeria
  • Ph.D in Business Administration - Doctor of Philosophy , International Islamic University Malaysia

Area of Specialisation

  • Economics, Business And Management ~ Economics, Business And Management ~ Finance ~ Corporate Finance - Development Finance, Microfinance, Financial Inclusion Straegies, Corporate Finance, Islamic Finance.

Teaching Responsibilities

ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE METHODS 2015/2016 2014/2015 2013/2014
CORPORATE FINANCE 2015/2016 2014/2015 2013/2014 2012/2013 2011/2012
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I 2012/2013 2011/2012
FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS 2012/2013
FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS 2013/2014
FUTURES,OPTIONS AND RISK MANAGEMENT 2014/2015
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 2015/2016 2014/2015 2013/2014 2012/2013 2011/2012
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 2014/2015 2013/2014 2012/2013
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 2012/2013
QUANTITATIVE METHODS 2015/2016

Research Projects

In Progress

2014 - Present
Religiousity and Holistic Development in a Muslim Society: A Case Study on south Kalimantan, Indonesia
2013 - Present
An Exploratory Study of the Feasibility of An Integrated Online Dispute Resolution Mechanism for Islamic Banks in Malaysia.
2013 - Present
The Role of Zakat And Waqf Insitutions in Enhancing Small and Medium Enterprises towards the Socio-Economic Development of Muslim Countries : Leveraging on Malaysia's Potentials
2013 - Present
Economic and Legal Impact of Criminal Activities of Some Nigerians Living in Malaysia
2011 - Present
MUAMALAT RESEARCH UNIT

Award and Recognitions

07-12-2011
Quality Award . IIUM - University level.
02-12-2011
IIRIE- Gold Medal . IIUM - University level.
07-12-2010
GamalJB Best paper Competition . Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia - University level.
02-12-2010
IIRIE - Gold Medal . IIUM - University level.

Publications

Article

2015
Malaysian islamic banks’ efficiency: an intra-bank comparative analysis of islamic windows and full-fledged subsidiaries. International Journal of Business and Society , 16 (1). pp.19-38.
2015
Foreign ownership, efficiency and solvency: analysis of takaful firms in the GCC region. Al-Shajarah (SpeciaI Issue). pp.173-204.
2015
Dispute resolution mechanisms in the Islamic finance industry in Malaysia: towards a legal framework. Al-Shajarah: Journal of the International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization (ISTAC) , 20 (S). pp.19-40.
2015
Financial stability of Islamic banks: a review of the literature . European Journal Islamic Finance (EJIF) (2). pp.1-8.
2015
An empirical investigation of banking customers’ perception of the viability of Islamic banking in Côte d’Ivoire. Intellectual Discourse , 23 (spec.). pp.425-451.
2014
Factors affecting the intention to adopt internet banking services among small and medium sized-enterprises in Yemen. Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies , 3 (9). pp.432-440.
2014
Nigerian retail customers’ adoption of online banking in an Islamic Bank. Global Business and Management Research: An International Journal , 6 (3). pp.217-245.
2014
AIM’s accountability in financial sustainability: the role of market orientation. International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance , 5 (2). pp.191-194.
2014
Financial exclusion and livelihood assets acquisition among muslim households in Ilorin, Nigeria : a structural invariance analysis. . International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting , 22 (2). pp.69-94.
2013
A second-order factor gender-measurement invariance analysis of financial exclusion in ilorin, Nigeria. International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance , 4 (6). pp.398-402.
2013
Foreign aid and corruption in selected African Muslim countries: an empirical study based on Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) model. International Journal of Economy, Management and Social Sciences , 2 (4). pp.108-117.
2013
Foreign aid and corruptionin selectedafricanmuslimcountries: an empirical study based on autoregressive distributed lag (ardl) model . International Journal of Economy Management and Social Sciences , 2 (4). pp.108-117.
2012
The role of institutional trust in the adoption of gold dinar in Kelantan: an empirical analysis. Journal of Applied Sciences , 12 (20). pp.2148-2155.
2012
The role of institutional trust on the adoption of gold dinar in Kelantan: an empirical analysis. Journal of Applied Sciences , 12 (20). pp.2148-2155.
2012
Competence in medical practice as perceived by Malaysian medical interns: a measurement invariance analysis. Journal of Education and Vocational Research , 3 (7). pp.225-233.
2012
A measurement model of the determinants of financial exclusion among micro-entrepreneurs in Ilorin, Nigeria. Journal of Islamic Finance , 1 (1). pp.30-43.
2011
The establishment and operation of Islamic banks in Nigeria :perception study on the role of the central bank of Nigeria. Australian Journal of Business and Management Research , 1 (2). pp.14-29.
2011
An examination of the mediating effect of islamic work ethic on the relationships between transformational leadership and work outcomes. Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business , 13 (2). pp.125-142.

Book Section

2015
Implications of financial exclusions for microentreprises under development in Ilorin, Nigeria. In: Small and Medium Enterprises in Selected Muslim Countries . IIUM Press , Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia , pp.189-202. ISBN 978-967-418-303-5.
2014
Islamic microfinancing. In: Handbook on Islam and economic life . Edward Elgar Publishing Limited , Cheltenham, United Kingdom , pp.417-436. ISBN 9781783479818.
2014
Financial citizenship barriers among Muslim micro-entrepreneurs in Ilorin, Nigeria: a factorial invariance analysis. In: Islamic microfinance for sustainable development . Islamic Research and Training Institute , Jeddah, Saudi Arabia , pp.230-249. ISBN 978-9960-32-274-2.
2014
Livelihood assets financing as a CSR initiative of microfinance banks in Nigeria. In: People, planet and profit: socio-economic perspectives of CSR . Gower Publishing Limited , Surrey, United Kingdom , pp.219-237. ISBN 978-1-4094-6649-9 (hbk.), 978-1-4049-6650-5 (ebook), 978-1-4049-6650-5.
2013
Poverty alleviation and microfinance in Nigeria: the relevance of a Maqasid al Sharia'ah Based (MSB) model. In: Islamic Banking and Finance in Nigeria . Benchmark Publishers Limited , Kano, Nigeria , pp.314-331. ISBN 978-978-8130-33-X.

Conference or Workshop Item

2015
Determinant of criminal activities by some Nigerians residing in Malaysia: a socio-economic perspective. In: 4th International Conference on Law & Society (ICLAS IV) 2015 , Auditorium, Academic Building (UniSZA), Kuala Trengganu
2015
Attitudinal factors affecting the adoption of internet banking services among small and medium enterprises in Yemen. In: The Fifth International E-Learning Conference , Kingdom of Bahrain
2015
Customers' perceptions on the dispute resolution clauses in Islamic Finance contracts in Malaysia. In: Forty-Second Annual Meeting of Federation of Business Disciplines: Southwestern Finance Association Annual Conference , Houston, Texas, United States of America
2013
Access to information and use of it as a dimension of preparedness for hospital practice among Malaysian housemen. In: The 4th International Conference on Information & Communication Technology for the Muslim World (ICT4M) , Rabat Moroco
2012
Livelihood and return migration intention among foreign students in the GCC: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: Gulf Research Meeting 2012 , University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
2011
The imperative of a Riba-free inclusive financial system. In: 2nd World Conference on Riba: The Riba Conundrum: Impartial Outlook from Accounting and Religious Perspectives , Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur
2011
A measurement model of the determinants of financial exclusion among micro-entrepreneurs in Ilorin, Nigeria. In: 8th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance , Doha, Qatar
2010
Microfinance, sustainable development and poverty alleviation in Nigeria: proposal for a Maqasid ash-Shari’ah based (MSB) model. In: 2nd International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance , Langkawi, Malaysia
2009
Financial constraints and marital adjustments among married postgraduate students in Malaysia. In: Southeast Asia Psychology Conference (SEAP) 2009 , University Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia