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Refereed Articles 
Ojadi, F., Tickle, M., Adebanjo, D., Laosirihongthong, T., & Boon-itt, S. (2016).  Supplier qualification for high value goods and services in Nigeria: Understanding the competitive environment.   International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications.

Ojadi, F. & Walters, J. (2015).  Critical factors that impact on the efficiency of the Lagos seaports.   Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management.

Tickle, M., Adebanjo, D., Mann, R., & Ojadi, F. (2014).  Business Improvement Tools and Techniques: A Comparison across Sectors and Industries.   International Journal of Production Research.

Ojadi, F. (2002).  Logistics Management Principles.   LBS Management Review.

Adebanjo, D., Ojadi, F., Laosirihongthong, T., & Tickle, M. (2013).  A Case Study of Supplier Selection in Developing Economies: A Perspective on Institutional Theory and Corporate Social Responsibility.   Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 18 (5), 553 - 566.


Cases

Ojadi, F. (2015). Importation in Nigeria: Choosing a Reliable Customs Broker and Seaport. The Case Center (pp. 6). Lagos Business School. 

Ojadi, F. (2015). Re-positioning Amalgamated Bank's Procurement Processes. The Case Center (pp. 3). Lagos Business School. 

Ojadi, F. (2012). Talent Drycleaners: Making Things Better, Faster and Cheaper. European Case Clearing House (pp. 8). 607-009-1:  Lagos Business School. 

Ojadi, F. (2012). Sensational Foods (SF). European Case Clearing House (pp. 8). Lagos Business School. 


Chapter

Ojadi, F. (2013). Maritime Security in Nigeria. Maritime Transport Security: Issues, Challenges and National Policies. United Kingdom:  Edward Elgar Publishing. 


Supplements

Ojadi, F. (2016). Economic Regulation of Industries and Industrial Sectors. The Case Center (pp. 19). Lagos Business School. 

Ojadi, F. (2016). Origins and Evolution of Maritime Administration in Nigeria. The Case Center (pp. 14). Lagos Business School. 

Ojadi, F. (2016). Major milestones in the evolution of the Nigerian Maritime Industry. The Case Center (pp. 6). Lagos Business School. 

Ojadi, F. (2014). Managing the Queue. The Case Centre. Lagos Business School. 

Ojadi, F. (2012). Reforming the Nigerian Police Force: The Role of Operations Strategy. European Case Clearing House (pp. 17). Lagos Business School. 


Presentations of Refereed Papers 

Ojadi, F. (2016, September). The Role of Freight Forwarders in Trade Facilitation. The Case of Nigerian Freight Fowarders.   POMS 2016 Annual Conference, Havana, Cuba.

Adebanjo, D., Tickle, M., Ojadi, F., & Mann, R. (2013). The Use of Improvement Tools - A Comparison between Sectors and Industries.   2013 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM2013), Bangkok, Thailand.

Ojadi, F. (2011). Managing Supply Risk through the Process of Pre-qualification: A Case Study of Service Organization in a Developing Economy –Nigeria.   Global Supply Chain Security Conference, London, United Kingdom.

Ojadi, F. (2011). A Process for the Prequalification of Suppliers for a Service Organisation in a Developing Economy.   EurOMA Conference, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Ojadi, F. (2008). The Need for Logistics Infrastructure Improvement in Nigerian Seaport: The Case of Apapa Container Port.   International Academy of African Business and Development Conference (IAABD), Florida, United States of America.

Ojadi, F., Enyinda, C., & Obuah, E. (2005). International Trade Supply Chain Logistics in the New Security Environment: Impact on African Growth and Opportunity Act Trade.   International Academy of African Business and Development Conference (IAABD), Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.


Presentations of Non-Refereed Papers  ​

Ojadi, F. (2010). Domestic Trade and Industrial Redistribution in a Growing Economy – Getting it Right in Nigeria.   National Conference on Domestic Trade Development, Ilorin, Nigeria.

Ojadi, F. (2010). Oceans to Hinterlands: Optimizing Import/Export Supply Chain Efficiency.   Ports, Terminal & Logistics (PTL) West Africa Conference, Lagos, Nigeria.