Dr Tosin Lagoke
Oxford Brookes Business School
Dr Tosin Lagoke is an alumnus of Oxford Brookes University, where he obtained a PhD in Business and Management. He has Bachelors and Master degrees in Agricultural Economics and a second Masters degree in International Business from Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University. He specialises in Stakeholder theory and Social Network Analysis and has deployed the knowledge in his teaching and research. His research interests are Local Content Development, Energy Policy and HEI Management. Tosin has supervised several postgraduate dissertations focusing on these areas of research and leads both UG and PG modules in strategy and Business Management.
Tosin obtained a PhD studentship award from Oxford Brookes University and he is a beneficiary of other grant awards from Oxford Brookes University and Solent University. He has published in leading international journals and participated in both national and international conferences, one of which was an invitation to speak at an International conference on oil and gas local content development in 2014. He is a consultant to two organisations, who collaborate with stakeholders such as IOCs, International organisations and governments, to undertake energy and sustainable development projects across developing countries.
Aside his academic career, he serves as a foundation governor of an outstanding (Ofsted rating) primary school in his local area. In addition, Tosin chairs the board of a charity who are committed to reaching out to people by providing words of encouragement and meeting their material needs.
Lagoke O, Adesola S, Soname S, 'Social Network Analysis as a methodological tool to understand University-Industry Dynamism in enhancing HEIs curriculum - A case of Nigerian Oil Industry'
Studies in Higher Education 46 (11) (2020) pp.2417-2430
ISSN: 0307-5079 eISSN: 1470-174XAbstract Published here Open Access on RADAR
De Vita G, Lagoke O, Adesola S, 'Nigerian oil and gas industry local content development: A stakeholder analysis'
Public Policy and Administration 31 (1) (2015) pp.51-79
ISSN: 0952-0767 eISSN: 1749-4192Abstract Published here