Ayokunle Olumuyiwa Omobowale (PhD) teaches Sociology at the University of Ibadan and studies Development in Context. He has won the University of Ibadan Postgraduate School Award for scholarly publication, 2007; Institut Français de Recherche en Afrique Research Fellowship 2009; American Council of Learned Societies-African Humanities Programme Post-Doctoral Fellowship 2010; and African Studies Association (USA) Presidential Award 2014. Dr Omobowale was also a Visiting Scholar at the Centre for African Studies, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA in November 2014. His works have appeared in peer review journals and edited volumes locally and internationally. He served on the Board of Editors of International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest (2009) and he is the author of The Tokunbo Phenomenon and the Second-hand Economy in Nigeria (2013). Dr Omobowale is the Editor of Ibadan Journal of Sociology and he is also a Participant in the COST Action Women on the Move (CA19112).
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