Fardeen A. Dodo
MSc, Renewable Energy, Enterprise and Management Newcastle University (UK)
Fardeen is a Fellow of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders and a recipient of Commonwealth Scholarship with broad research interests in understanding how entrepreneurship can be effectively used for eliminating poverty and promoting freedom, prosperity, and equal opportunity in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- ENT345 - Entrepreneurial Innovation
- ENT440 - Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures
- ENT101 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship
- ENT201 - Entrepreneurship Field Experience
- ENT320 - Technology Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurship and Development
- Argibusiness Entrepreneurhip
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Fardeen Dodo (2018). Tomato Jos Adventure: Competition amidst Growing Pains. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies. Vol. 8, no 2. Pp 1-25.
- Fardeen Dodo, Rajasekhara Mouly Potluri and Saratu Gazara (2017). Sustainable Entrepreneurship among Rural Women in Nigeria: An Assessment of Benefits; International Journal of Industrial Distribution and Business. Vol. 8, no. 3.
- Fardeen Dodo and Olurotimi Ogundijo (2015). Agricultural Development in Rural Nigeria: A Review of Approaches. African Journal of Sustainable Development (AJSD), Vol. 5, no. 1
- Umar, S., Muhammed, H., Nasir, N., and Dodo, F (2014). Analysis of Socioeconomic factors Influencing Saving among Rural Smallhoder Farmers in Gwaram LGA, Jigawa State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational and Social Research. Vol. 4 No.5.