Lecturer in Economics, Staffordshire University
Tolu Olarewaju is a Lecturer in Economics at Staffordshie University. He currently lectures on a range of topics primarily focused around the areas of economics, business strategy, entrepreneurship and international business.
Tolu’s present research interests centre on entrepreneurship, self-employment, international business, corruption, business economics and areas encompassing social, labour and general economics. He is particularly interested in research that might have policy implications as well as areas incorporating development and poverty reduction.
Tolu has industry experience both as a banker and an entrepreneur. He holds a BSc in Economics, MSc in International Economics, and a PhD in Management (Economics).
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