Fardeen A. Dodo
American University of Nigeria
M.Sc., Newcastle University (UK). Fardeen teaches undergraduate courses in many areas of entrepreneurship and provides business coaching to women, youths, and small business owners from neighboring communities. Fardeen is a Fellow of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders and also a recipient of Commonwealth Scholarship beginning Fall 2017. Fardeen has also been a visiting researcher at Pan-Atlantic University's Enterprise Development Centre and has also worked in banking sector, previously. Fardeen’s professional aim is to be among the world’s top thinkers on how entrepreneurship can best play a role in re-inventing societies of Sub-Saharan Africa through eliminating poverty and promoting freedom, prosperity and equal opportunity. Fardeen’s doctoral work focuses on examining how entrepreneurial action creates the changes that directly and through ripple effects transform our communities towards practical insights on how entrepreneurial development efforts can be manipulated to achieve targeted development results.
Development, Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship
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
Fardeen Dodo, Rajasekhara Mouly Potluri, Saratu Gazara (2017). Sustainable Entrepreneurship among Rural Women in Nigeria: An Assessment of Benefits; Journal of Distribution Science, South Korea – In press
Fardeen Dodo (2017). Tomato Jos Adventure: Competition amidst Growing Pains. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies – In Press