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Oluwaseun Fajana

Oluwaseun Fajana


  • Social interaction and housing tenure transitions

In three empirical papers’ Oluwaseun’s doctoral research utilises data from a representative British household panel to explore the role which individuals self-reported social interaction scores impacts the transition in and out of homeownership.

The study contributes to knowledge providing and testing hypothesised channels of the discovered negative effect and in a third paper he utilises exogenous variation in self-reported social interaction scores - an upshot of recent events, where he links and debates the implications of the study’s findings on housing and social policy.

Oluwaseun Fajana is an experienced lecturer with a demonstrated history of work, having previously served in reputable universities in the United Kingdom and abroad. He also has made contributions in published scholarly research relating to real estate and topics across the built environment.

Areas of academic interest

Property Valuation and Appraisal, International market analysis, Real Estate Economics


MSc International Real Estate Investment and Finance, Nottingham Trent University (2014)

Research grants

Henley Business School PhD Studentship