Olatunde Okeowo

Olatunde Okeowo

Economist

Bio

Olatunde is a Master's student in Sustainable Energy Futures at Imperial College London. He previously worked as an economic research analyst and double-majored in Mechanical Engineering and Economics as an undergraduate at Northwestern University.

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Climate Change: What the Developed World Owes Africa

Development - 03 DEC 2019

Climate Change: What the Developed World Owes Africa

Africa has done little to cause climate change, however, it might bear the brunt of the impact

Why Nigeria Needs Renewable Energy

Development - 20 FEB 2019

Why Nigeria Needs Renewable Energy

Nigeria must consume a lot of energy to grow. But this energy must be supplied by renewable energy sources.

Nigeria Beyond Oil II: Tomorrow's Picture

Economy - 10 OCT 2018

Nigeria Beyond Oil II: Tomorrow's Picture

What does Nigeria need to do to reduce its dependence on oil?

Nigeria Beyond Oil I: Today's Picture

Economy - 09 OCT 2018

Nigeria Beyond Oil I: Today's Picture

Why Nigeria's economy is so dependent on oil, and why it must end this dependence

Lake Chad is shrinking, but no one seems to care

Governance - 13 SEP 2018

Lake Chad is shrinking, but no one seems to care

What the disappearance of Lake Chad teaches us about government inaction and political short-termism

Why do Nigerians trust each other on Instagram but nowhere else?

Economy - 22 JUN 2018

Why do Nigerians trust each other on Instagram but nowhere else?

What can we learn about trust from businesses on Instagram?

The Economics of Splitting a Nation

Economy - 18 MAY 2018

The Economics of Splitting a Nation

What does a region thinking about seceding need to consider to succeed after its exit?