Fellowship received in 2019
Academic supervisor: Prof. Charles O K Allen-Ile
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Publication of papers two articles in a peer reviewed juornal- 1."Multinational enterprises and capital flight from host African nations: An xray of the challenges of retaining trade revenues for continental development". 2. A preliminary comparative perspective on the role of multinational enterprises in influencing labour relations of their host nation. Attending confereces such as Conference: 2020 African Finance Journal Conference, ILERA Africa 9th Regional Congress
Olabiyi Olaniyi Joshua is an associate lecturer at the University of the Western Cape's Department of Industrial Psychology, Economics and Management Science faculty, South Africa. My research interests include diversity in human resource management, mechanisms for conflict resolution in employment relations at multinational companies, as well as labor relations across continents such as those in Nigeria and South Africa. My recent publications include a paper titled "A preliminary comparative perspective on the role of multinational enterprises in influencing labour relations of their host nation." and "Multinational Enterprises and Capital Flight from African Host Nations: An X-Ray of Retaining Trade Revenues for Continental Development.".
My doctoral dissertation centres on the efficacy of mechanisms for conflict resolution in employment relations at multinational company in Africa. As one of the skills that made me stand out were; applying psychological principles and research methods to solve problems and improve work-life; analysing information collected to draw logical conclusions; and identifying one's own emotions in addition to others' and resolving conflict appropriately. My expertise in Labour Law in South Africa and employment relations practices makes me one of the most reputable Industrial Psychologists in the country.