Mustapha A. Akinkunmi
MSc Computer Science
Associate Professor, Accounting and Finance
Dr. Mustapha Abiodun Akinkunmi is a Financial Economist and Technology Strategist.
He has over twenty-five years of experience in estimation, planning and forecasting using statistical and econometrics methods, with particular expertise in risk, expected utility, discounting, binomial-tree valuation methods, financial econometrics models, monte carlo simulations, macroeconomic, exchange rate modeling. Dr. Akinkunmi has done extensive software development on quantitative analysis of capital markets, revenue and payment gateway, predictive analytics, data science and credit risk management.
He has a record of success in identifying and implementing change management programmes and institutional development initiatives in both public and private sector organizations. He has been in high profile positions as a Consultant, Financial Advisor, Project Manager and Business Strategist to AT&T (Bell Labs), Salomon Brothers, Goldman Sachs, Phibro Energy, First Boston (Credit Suisse First Boston), World Bank and Central Bank of Nigeria. He is an internationally recognized author (Introduction to Strategic Financial Management, May 2013) and leader in demand analysis, specializing in working with very large databases. Furthermore, he has conducted teaching and applied research in areas that include analyses of expenditure patterns, inflation and exchange rate modeling for Manhattan College, Fordham University and American University, Yola, Nigeria.
In 1990, he founded Technology Solutions Incorporated (TSI) in New York, which focused on data science and software application development for clients including major financial services institutions. After ten years of successful operations and rapid growth under Dr. Akinkunmi’s leadership, TSI was acquired by a publicly traded technology company based in the United States of America in a value-creating transaction.
Dr. Akinkunmi was Lagos State Honorable Commissioner for Finance
- Security Analysis
- Corporate Finance
- Operation Management
Central Bank Balance Sheet and Real Business Cycle
1. Is Inflation a Growth Killer? Evidence from Sub-Sahara Africa. NESG Economic and Policy Review Journal, 2017, 16(2), pages 1-11. https://www.ajol.info/index.php/epr/article/view/165276/154736
2. Causal Mechanism of Financial Stability in Sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal of Applied Economic Studies, 2017, 5(6), pages 9-18. http://sijournals.com/IJAE/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/02-Causal-Mechanism-of-Financial-Stability-in-Sub-Saharan-Africa.pdf
3. What Drives Banking Stability? Empirical Evidence from ECOWAS Countries. International Journal of Business, Economics and Management, 2017, 4(6), pages 155-165.
DOI: 10.18488/journal.62.2017.46.155.165. http://www.conscientiabeam.com/pdf-files/eco/62/IJBEM-2017-4%286%29-155-165.pdf
4. Exploring Patterns of Fiscal Policy Multiplier in Selected Countries. Journal of Economics & Sustainable Development, 2017, 8(18), pages 175-183. ISSN 2222-1700 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2855 (Online).
5. Is Restructuring Nigeria’s Federal System a Workable-Zero Poverty Model? CODESRIA Bulletin, 2017, 3(1), pages 12-13.
6. Monetary Policy Decision in Selected OPEC Economies: Does Taylor’s Principle Matter? OPEC Energy Review; 2017, Vol 41 (2), pages 115-131. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/opec.12097/full
7. Drivers of Lottery Revenue: Empirical Evidence from Lagos State. International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, 2017, Vol. 2 (1) pages 2033-2062 http://www.ijsser.org/more2017.php?id=125