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Sakyi, E.K. (2010), “Public enterprise commercialisation reform implementation in Ghana: the case of Graphic Communications Group Limited”, International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 3, (2): 1-15

Sakyi, E. K., and Oduro, F. (2002), ‘Reflection on the activities and contributions of the Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO) to the success of Ghana’s 2000 elections: Lessons for other African countries’, Journal of African Elections, Vol. 1 (2): 55-68

Sakyi, E.K. Azunu, R. and Bawole, J.N. (2011), “Does decentralization lead to improvement in planning of health services? Findings from six district health administrations in Ghana”, Journal of Local Government Studies, Vol. 3 (1): 1-30

Sakyi, E.K. (2010), “Capacity, commitment, and communication issues in the implementation of health sector decentralization in Ghana: The cases of three district health administrations”, International Journal of Social Science (IJSS), Vol. 2(9): 71-81

Adzei, F.A. & E.K. Sakyi (2014), “Drivers of return migration of Ghanaian health professionals: perspectives from doctors and nurses in urban Ghana”, International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, Vol. 10 (2): 102 -120

Sakyi, E.K. (2008), “A retrospective content analysis of studies on factors constraining the implementation of health sector reform in Ghana”, International Journal of Health Planning and Management, Vol. 23 (23):259-285

Baku, A.A.A. & E.K. Sakyi (2014), “In-Kind Premium Payment as an Alternative to Cash Premium Payment under the District Health Insurance Schemes in Ghana: Views from Residents of the Dangme West District”, in: E.K. Sakyi & Ahenkan Albert, Health Services Management: Readings from Ghana (Chapter 10, pp. 203-218). Accra: Digibooks; University of Ghana

Nana Nimo Appiah-Agyekum, Nana Yaw Boachie Danquah and E. K. Sakyi (2013), “Local Government Finance in Ghana: Disbursement and Utilisation of the MPs share of the District Assemblies Common Fund”, Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance, Issue 12: May 2013

Sakyi, E. K., (2002), “Governance Dimension of Tax Administration in Ghana: A Survey and Analysis of Elite Views”, GIMPA Journal of Leadership, Management and Administration, Vol. 1(2): 30-46

Agomor, S. Asenso-Boadi, F. and Sakyi, E.K. (2011), “The Challenges and Prospects for One-time Premium Payment on National Health Insurance in Ghana: Insights from the informal sector”, GIMPA Journal of Leadership, Management and Administration, Vol. 7(2, December)

Sakyi, E.K. (2010), “A survey of MPs’ opinions about the challenges of blending executive and legislative functions of government in Ghana”, African Journal of Political Science and International Relations, Vol. 4 (7): 263-271

Sakyi, E.K. (2014), “A Review of the Achievements and Policy Lessons of Public Management Reform in Five Anglophone African Countries”, African Journal of Management Research (AJMR), Vol. 22 (10): 47-61

Sakyi, E.K. (2008), ‘Factors constraining public sector reform implementation in Africa: A Ghanaian case study’, African Administrative Studies, No. 70: 1-24

Sakyi, E.K. (2014), “Adopting Electronic Medical Records Management System in the Central Regional Hospital of Ghana”, in: E.K. Sakyi & Ahenkan Albert, Health Services Management: Readings from Ghana (Chapter 9, pp. 172-202). Accra: Digibooks; University of Ghana

Sakyi, E.K. and Azunu, Richardson, (2013), “Ghana Airport Decoupling Experience; Achievement, Challenges and Policy lesson”, Global Journal of management, and Business Research (A) Vol. XIII, Issues VIII (1): 1-16

Sakyi, E. K., (2003), “Gone but not forgotten’: Chieftaincy, Accountability and State Audit in Ghana, 1993-1999”, African Sociological Review, Vol. 7 (1): 131-145

Aryee S., Walumbwa, F. O., Seidu, E. Y. M. & Otaye, L. E. (23 January, 2013). Developing and Leveraging Human Capital Resource to Promote Service Quality: Testing a Theory of Performance, Journal of Management. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1177/0149206312471394.

Aryee S., Walumbwa, F. O., Seidu, E. Y. M. & Otaye, L. E. (2012). Impact of High Performance Work Systems on Individual- and Branch-Level Performance: Test of a Multilevel Model of Intermediate Linkages. Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 97 (2), 287-300.

Afful-Dadzie, A., Afful-Dadzie, E., & Turkson, C. (2016). A TOPSIS Extension Framework for Re-Conceptualizing Sustainability Measurement. Kybernetes (Emerald), 45 (1), 70-86

Afful-Dadzie, E., & Afful-Dadzie, A. (2017). Liberation of public data: Exploring central themes in open government data and freedom of information research. International Journal of Information Management (Elsevier), 37(6), 664-672.