Biography

Currently, I am a Teaching Fellow in Business and module leader for Business Strategy, Management in Context and Social Enterprise and Alternative Organising at Keele Business School, Keele University.

Before joining Keele in 2019, I was a Senior Lecturer and Director of Part-time programmes of the School of Business and Management Studies (Business Administration and Management Department) at Lagos State Polytechnic, Nigeria. Having initially qualified as a Chartered Accountant, I also hold an MSc and PhD in Management and have substantial consultancy, management and start-up experience. My areas of specialisation and research interest are entrepreneurship, enterprise, small business management and strategic management.

Teaching

  • MAN-40036- Strategy and Information Management
  • MAN- 30048 -Business Strategy,
  • MAN-20093- Social Enterprise & Alternative Organising
  • MAN-10018- Management in Context  

Selected Publications

  • Raimi L, Shokunbi M, Bello MA. 2016. Indigenous entrepreneurs and the battle for a competitive edge with multinational corporations in Nigeria. International Journal of Economic Behaviour.
  • Raimi L, Shokunbi M, Bello MA. 2016. Indigenous entrepreneurs and the battle for a competitive edge with multinational corporations in Nigeria. International Journal of Economic Behaviour.
  • Raimi L, Bello MA, Mobolaji H. 2010. Faith‐based model as a policy response to the actualisation of the millennium development goals in Nigeria. Humanomics, vol. 26(2), 124-138. doi>

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Journal Articles

  • Raimi L, Shokunbi M, Bello MA. 2016. Indigenous entrepreneurs and the battle for a competitive edge with multinational corporations in Nigeria. International Journal of Economic Behaviour.
  • Raimi L, Shokunbi M, Bello MA. 2016. Indigenous entrepreneurs and the battle for a competitive edge with multinational corporations in Nigeria. International Journal of Economic Behaviour.
  • Raimi L, Bello MA, Mobolaji H. 2010. Faith‐based model as a policy response to the actualisation of the millennium development goals in Nigeria. Humanomics, vol. 26(2), 124-138. doi>