Faculty Publications

Leave blank for all. Otherwise, the first selected term will be the default instead of "Any".

Arthur, I. K. & Damoah, O. B.O. (2015). Exploring the Resource and Capabilities of Food Related Enterprises in Rural Denmark: Implications for Rural Enterprises in Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 7, 2, 58–78

Damoah, O. B.O., Opoku, L. & Acqual Colman, R. (2015). Understanding the Relative Strength of the Motives that Influence Acquisition Strategy: Evidence from an Emerging Market. African Journal of Management Research, 23,1, 55-72.

Baku, A. A., Damoah, O. B.O. & Korto, P. A. (2016). A Strategic Study of Organisational Commitment of Public Healthcare Workforce: Evidence from Ghana. African Journal of Management Research, 24, 109-121

Damoah, O. B. O., Ashie, A., Kodjo E. K. (2016). The Propensity to Participate in Formal Training Programmes: Evidence from Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana. World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 12(4), 344-358.

Damoah, O. B. O & Hall, G. (2010). Understanding Small Business International Strategic Change: The Influence of Internal Resource Capacity – Evidence from a Developing Country. The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 10, 6, 97-116.

Anku-Tsede, O., & Adjadogo, N. (2016). Empirical analysis of workplace conflict and its influence on the attitude of media employees in Ghana. Journal of Management Policy and Practice, 17(1), 106, ISSN 1913-8067

Appau, Y. & Anku-Tsede O. (2015). Promoting Public Sector Accountability in Ghana: The Role of Stakeholders. African Journal of Management Research, 23 (1), 24 - 34.AJOL

Anku-Tsede, O. (2013). Law: A Tool for Measuring Human Conduct and Socialization. Journal of Politics and Law, 6(3), 169-178.

Damankah, B., Anku-Tsede, O., Abubakar, M. & Eliasu, N. (2014). Income diversification and financial stability of banks in Ghana. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 5 (12). ISSN 2219-6021

Gyensare, M. A., Anku-Tsede, O., Sanda, M. A. & Okpoti, C. A. (2016). Transformational Leadership and employee turnover intention: The mediating role of affective commitment. World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development. 12 (3), ISSN 2042-5961

Amankwaa, A. & Anku-Tsede, O. (2015). The moderating effect of alternative job opportunity on the transactional leadership-turnover intention nexus: Evidence from the Ghanaian banking industry. African Journal of Business Management, 9 (14), 553-561.

Anku-Tsede, O. & Kutin, E. (2013). Total reward concept: A key motivational tool for corporate Ghana. Business and Economic Research, 3(2).

Anku-Tsede, O. & Gadegbeku, C. (2014). Regulation and gender equality and non- discrimination of women in top management positions in Ghana. African Journal of Business and Management, 913-921.

Anku-Tsede, O. & Amankwaa, A. (2015). The Institutional and Regulatory Framework of Co-operative Societies in Ghana: Implications for Credit Unions. International Journal of Cooperative Studies, 4 (2), 18 - 26, ISSN 2168-2631

Anku-Tsede, O. (2013). The media and the offence of criminal libel in Ghana: Sankofa. Journal of Law, Ploicy and Globalization, 9.

Damankah, B., Anku-Tsede, O., & Amankwaa, A. (2015). Is traditional banking declining? An empirical analysis of banks in Ghana. International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, 5(1), 27-32, ISSN 2308-0337

Anku-Tsede, O. (2013). Susu: A dynamic microfinance phenomenon in Ghana. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 4(3), 146-155.

Anku-Tsede, O. & Worlanyo, E. D. (2014). Corporate responsibility in Ghana: An overview of aspects of the regulatory regime. Business and Management Research, 3(2), 31-41.

Anku-Tsede, O., Amankwaa, A. & Ameterwo, A. (2015). The Concept of Social Justice and a growing economy: Mimics from a colony. African Journal of Business Management, 9(15), 581-589.

Anku-Tsede, O., Ametorwoo, A. & Amankwaa, A. (2015). Managing pension funds in Ghana: An overview. Business and Management Research, 4(1).

Pages