Akinyinka Akinyoade first served the Nigerian government as a Population Statistician in two capacities - as Field Officer in charge of Enumeration Area Demarcation for the 1991 national census, and in the Research Department of the National Population Commission, Zone 6 HQ located in Oyo State in the period 1989 - 1999. He was later appointed a Lecturer at the Department of Sociology, University of Cape Coast (UCC) in Ghana. From 1999 to 2002, he taught Technical Demography, Population Health and Development, Statistics, and application of SPSS software at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels. Akinyinka provided professional assistance as an Editor in the 5-year multi-round survey of the Demography Unit of the UCC; he was also involved in research activities on tertiary education and health at the national level in Ghana. Presently, his PhD thesis on 'Dynamics of Reproductive Behaviour in Rural Coastal Communities of Southern Ghana' has been accepted for submission at the Institute of Social Studies, in The Hague, with support of a Ford Foundation IFP grant (2002-2007). Akinyinka Akinyoade's research activities are on population health and development, with special attention on fertility dynamics in West Africa. He has other research interests on national education policies and anti-corruption training programmes in sub-Sahara Africa and south-east Asia. Akinyinka Akinyoade is currently working as Country Coordinator Nigeria for the Tracking Development project.
Human trafficking, prostitution and irregular migration in West Africa: the Nigeria-Cote D’Ivoire axis
Roads to prosperity and their social zones of transit: comparing cases in Southern and West Africa through time
Afrika's Bevolkingsdynamiek (2011)
Commentary on "Gaddafi says Nigeria should split into several states" (2010)
In the last group match against Mozambique (2010)
Milking the sick: Medical pluralism and commoditization of healthcare in contemporary Nigeria (2010)
Nigeria: higher education and the challenge of access (2009)
Dynamics of reproductive behaviour in rural coastal communities of Southern Ghana (2007)
A Comparative Analysis of Contraceptive Use in Northwest and Southwest Nigeria (2001)
A Comparative Study of Fertility Preference in Northwest and Southwest Nigeria (1999)
Dynamics of reproductive behaviour in rural coastal communities of Southern Ghana
Maastricht: Shaker Publishing, 2007
'Milking the sick: Medical pluralism and commoditization of healthcare in contemporary Nigeria'
In: M. Dekker; R.A. van Dijk: 'Markets of well-being: navigating health and healing in Africa', Leiden: Brill, 2010.
'Nigeria: higher education and the challenge of access'
In: T.A. Volkman: 'Origins, journeys and returns: social justice in international higher education', New York: Social Science Research Council, 2009.
'In the last group match against Mozambique'
in: Nigeriaworld, no. January 22, 2010.
'Commentary on "Gaddafi says Nigeria should split into several states"'
in: BBC online, no. March 29, 2010.
'A Comparative Analysis of Contraceptive Use in Northwest and Southwest Nigeria'
in: Ife PsychologIA, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 148 - 172, 2001.
'A Comparative Study of Fertility Preference in Northwest and Southwest Nigeria'
in: Ife PsychologIA, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 96 - 122, 1999.
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