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Banuro, F. Y. and Banuro, J. K. (2014), Balanced Sourcing as an important attribute of operations strategy: reality or myth among Ghanaian firms? African Journal of Management Research, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp.3 – 15.

Banuro, F. Y. (2011): Machinery Maintenance Culture among Small and Medium Enterprises in the Tema-Accra Metropolis (Ghana), African Journal of Management and Administration, Vol. 4, No.1, pp. 1 – 9.

Banuro, F. Y. and Kudalor, P. P. (2013). ICT adoption and use in Supply Chain Management: the Ghanaian experience, International Journal of Research Findings in Engineering, Science and Technology, Vol.1, No.1, 37 – 48.

Banuro, F. Y. (2008), Influence of Organisational Factors on the Quality of Manufactured Products in Ghana, Journal of Business Research, Vol.2, No. 1&2, page 59 – 70

Banuro, F. Y. and Kudalor, P. P. (2013). ICT tools adoption in Supply Chain Management: Lessons from Ghana, Education and Science Journal of Policy Review and Curriculum Development, Vol.3, No.1, pp 48 – 58.

Banuro, F. Y. and Nartey, E. (2009), To what Extend do International Factors Influence the Quality of Manufactured Products from Ghanaian Firms? International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 2 No. 1, pages 1 – 7.

13. Acheampong, G, Mahama, B, Quaye, D and Samuel, B (2014), "Impact of Demographic Factors on Technological Orientations of BOP Entrepreneurs in Ghana" International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management Vol. 11 No. 6

2. Acheampong, G. (2018). Microfinance, gender and entrepreneurial behaviour of families in Ghana. Journal of Family Business Management. (forthcoming)

7. Anning-Dorson, T., Odoom, R. K., Acheampong, G., & Tweneboah-Koduah, E. (2017). Innovation and organizational development: the role of organizational leadership. African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, 8(3), 338-351.

12. Acheampong, G and Esposito, M (2014), “The Nature of Entrepreneurship in Bottom of the Pyramid Markets” International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Vol 21 No 4 pp 437-456

1. Narteh, B and Acheampong, G. Foreign Participation and Internationalization Intensity of African Enterprises. International Marketing Review. (Forthcoming)

6. Quaye, D. M., Sekyere, K. N., & Acheampong, G. (2017). Export promotion programmes and export performance: A study of selected SMEs in the manufacturing sector of Ghana. Review of International Business and Strategy, 27(4), 466-483.

11. Buame, S and Acheampong, G (2015) “International Retail Firm Acceptance: Beware of the Flattery!” International Journal of Business and Globalization Vol 14 Iss 3 pp 292-309

5. Acheampong, G. (2017). Beyond the EJ model: entrepreneurial orientation and industry choice of Ghanaian entrepreneurs. Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 7(1), 28.

10. Acheampong, G. and Dana. L-P, (2017), “Liability of Foreignness Fast Expanding Markets: Evidence from Ghana” Thunderbird International Business Review Vol 59 Iss 1 pp 51-61

Acheampong, G and Tweneboah-Koduah, E.Y., (2018) Does Past Failure Inhibit Future Entrepreneurial Intentions: Evidence from Ghana, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development (forthcoming)

9. Odoom, R, Anning, TA and Acheampong, G (2017) Antecedents of Social media Usage and Performance Benefits in SMEs, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Vol. 30 Iss 3 pp 383-399

3. Acheampong, G (2018), Investment Climate Constraints, Network Isomorphism and Survival among Small Commercial Poultry Farms (SCPF) in Ghana, World Review of Entrepreneurship, Sustainability and Management Development (WREMSD) (forthcoming)

8. Acheampong, G, Narteh, B and Rand, J (2017), Network Ties and Survival: A Study of Small Commercial Poultry Farms in Ghana, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vol 18 Iss 1 pp14-24

Bokpin, G. A. and Onumah, J. M. (2009), “An Empirical Analysis of the Determinants of Corporate Investment Decisions: Evidence from Emerging Market Firms”, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 33, pp.134-141