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8. Mensah, J. K. & Bawole, J. N., & Ahenkan A. (2017). Local Economic Development in Ghana: From the “Lost Decade” to a Policy Maturing Stage. Development Southern Africa. Published online as early cite, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0376835X.2017.1310032

24. Ahenkan A., Bawole J. N. & Domfeh, K.A., (2013). Improving Citizens’ Participation in Local Government Financial Management in Ghana: A Stakeholder Analysis of the Sefwi Wiawso Municipal Assembly, Journal of Public Administration and Governance, 3(2): 191-210.

29. Domfeh K. A. & Bawole, J. N., (2011). Muting the Whistleblower through Retaliation in Selected African Countries, Journal of Public Affairs. 11(4): 334–343. Taylor and Francis Publishers.

13. Kumasey, A. S., Bawole, J. N., & Hossain, F. (2016). Organizational Commitment of Public Service Employees in Ghana: Does Code of Ethics Matter, International Review of Administrative Sciences, 85 (1). (Published online as early cite, DOI: 10.1177/0020852316634447). Sage Publishers.

18. Bawole, J. N., & Ibrahim M., (2015). Contesting Claims on Measuring Performance in the Public Sector Using Performance Audits: Evidence from the Literature,  Public Organization Review, 16(3), 285-299. Springer Publishers

2. Amegavi G. B., Bawole J. N. & Buabeng, T., (2017). The dynamics of E-government enactment in a developing country public sector organization: Evidence from Ghana. International Journal of Electronic Governance, (forthcoming).

23. Bawole, J. N., (2013). Public Hearing or ‘Hearing Public’? An evaluation of the participation of local stakeholders in Environmental Impact Assessment of Ghana’s Jubilee Oil Fields, Environmental Management, 52(2): 385-397. Springer Publishers.

7. Ibrahim, M, Bawole, J. N., Kumasey A. S. (2017). The Legal Regime and the Compliance Façade in Public Procurement in Ghana, International Journal of Public Sector Management. 30(4): 370-390.

28. Sakyi, E. K., Azunu R. & Bawole, J. N., (2011). Does Decentralisation Lead to Improvement in Planning of Health Services? Findings from Six District Health Administrations in Ghana, Journal of Local Government Studies, 3(1):1-30. Institute of Local Government Studies Journal, Ghana.

12. Yarney, L., Buabeng, T., Baidoo, D., & Bawole, N. J., (2016). Operationalization of the Ghanaian Patients’ Charter in a Peri-urban Public Hospital: Voices of Healthcare Workers and Patients, International Journal of Health Policy and Management. 5(x), 1–9. Kerman University of Medical Sciences.

17. Yeboah‐Assiamah, E., Asamoah, K., Bawole, J. N., & Buabeng, T., (2015). Public sector leadership‐subordinate ethical diffusion conundrum: perspectives from developing African countries. Journal of Public Affairs. (Published online as early cite, DOI: 10.1002/pa.1589). John Wiley Publishers

1. Musah-Surugu, I. J., Bawole, J. N. & Ahenkan A. (2017). Migrants’ Remittances and Financing Adaptation to Climate Change at the Local Level: Experiences from Ghana" International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, (forthcoming).

22. Bawole, J. N., Hossain, F., Domfeh, K. A., Bukari, H., and Sanyare, F. N., (2013). The Culture of Rhetoric in Performance Management in Ghana Civil Service, International Journal of Public Administration, 36(13): 953-962. Taylor and Francis Publishers.

6. Ahenkan, A., Tenakwah Senior. E. & Bawole, J. N., (2017). Performance Management Implementation Challenges in Ghana’s Local Government System: Evidence from the Sefwi Wiawso Municipal Assembly, International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, (forthcoming).

27. Bawole, J. N., (2012). Are the youth corrupt? A Study of Ghanaian University Students African Journal of Public Administration and Management, XXII(1):20-36. The African Association of Public Administration and Management.

11. Mensah J. K., Bawole J. N., & Wedchayanon N., (2016). Unlocking the “Black Box” in the Talent Management Employee Performance Relationship: Evidence from Ghana, Management Research Review, 40(2). (Accepted for publication). Emerald Insight Publishers.

Mensah, K. (2009) ‘Symbolically Speaking: The growing use of semiotics in marketing politics in Ghana,’ Journal of Identity, Culture & Politics: An Afro-Asian Dialogue. Volume 10, Number 1, July 2009. pp. 75 – 89.

Mensah, K and Mahama, B (2016) “Tourism Development in Ghana”. Ghana Business Development Review.

Mensah, K (2016) How Could President Trump Affect the Global Economy? Ghanaian Perspective. Yale Insight (November 23, 2016) (http://insights.som.yale.edu/insights/how-could-president-trump-affect-the-global-economy. Accessed 30 June, 2017)

Mensah, K (2016) “Political Brand Architecture: Towards a new conceptualisation of political branding in an emerging democracy.” African Journalism Studies Vol. 37 , Iss. 3,2016