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11. Nketiah-Amponsah, E., Arthur, E., & Abuosi, A. A. (2012). Correlates of Contraceptive use among Ghanaian women of Reproductive Age-Recent Evidence. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 16 (3), 155-170.

5. Abuosi, A. A., Adzei, F. A., Anarfi, J., Badasu, D. M., Atobrah, D., & Yawson, A. (2015). Investigating parents/caregivers financial burden of care for children with non-communicable diseases in Ghana. BMC pediatrics, 15(1), 185.

10. Abuosi, A. A. & Atinga, R. A. (2013). Service Quality in Health Care Institutions: Establishing the gaps for policy action. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 27 (5), 481-492.

4. Yawson, A. E., Abuosi, A. A., Badasu, D. M., Atobra, D., Adzei, F. A., & Anarfi, J. K. (2016). Non-communicable diseases among children in Ghana: health and social concerns of parent/caregivers. African Health Sciences, 16(2), 378-388.

9. Effah, J. & Abuosi, A. A. (2013). Standardizing a developing country health information system through proprietary software: Ghana's experience. Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries, 7 (2), 113-127.

3. Anarfi, J. K., Badasu, D. M., Yawson, A., Atobra, D., Abuosi, A. A., & Adzei, F. A. (2016). Religious affiliation and health-seeking behavior related to non-communicable diseases among children in Ghana. International Journal of Healthcare, 2(2), p57.

8. Atinga, R. A., Domfeh, K. A., Kayi, E., Abuosi, A. A., & Dzansi, G. (in press, 2014). Effects of perceived workplace politics in hospitals on nurses' behavioural intentions in Ghana. Journal of nursing management, 22 (2), 159-169.

2. Abuosi, A. A., Domfeh, K. A., Abor, J. Y., & Nketiah-Amponsah, E. (2016). Health insurance and quality of care: Comparing perceptions of quality between insured and uninsured patients in Ghana’s hospitals. International journal for equity in health, 15(1),

7. Abuosi, A. A. & Abor, P. A. (2015). Migration Intentions of Nursing Students in Ghana: Implications for Human Resource Development in the Health Sector. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 16 (3), 593-606.

1. Abuosi, A. A., Badasu, D. M., Yawson, A. E., Adzei, F. A., Atobrah, D., & Anarfi, J. K. (2016). Investigation on children with acute non-communicable diseases and their caregivers in developing countries. Journal of Acute Disease, 5(4), 286-295.

6. Abuosi, A. A. (2015). Patients versus healthcare providers’ perceptions of quality of care: establishing the gaps for policy action. Clinical Governance: An International Journal, 20(4), 170-182.

Ametorwo, A.M. & Ofori, D. (2014). Work-to-family conflict and family-to-work conflict in a developing country. Developing Country Studies, 4(19), 133-139

Amponsah-Tawiah, K.,Dartey-Baah, K. & Ametorwo, A.M. (2012). “Here comes another Questionnaire: The Questionnaire Allergy among Business Executives in Ghana” Industrial Engineering Letters 2 Iss: 2 pp. 50 – 60.

1. Abdulai, A-G., and Hickey, S. (2016), ‘The Politics of Development under Competitive Clientelism: Insights from Ghana’s Education Sector’. African Affairs, 115(458): 44–72.

6. Crawford, G. and Abdulai, A-G. (2009), ‘The World Bank and Ghana’s Poverty Reduction Strategies: Strengthening the State or Consolidating Neo-liberalism?’ Labour, Capital and Society, 42(1&2): 82-115.

5. Abdulai, A-G., and Crawford, G. (2010), ‘Democratic Consolidation in Ghana: Prospects and Challenges? Democratization, 17(1): 26- 67.

4. Abdulai, A-G. (2014), ‘The Politics of Resource Sharing and Regional Inequality in Ghana: Lessons for the Post-2015 Development Agenda’ Development 57(3-4): 488-496.

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