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Atinga, R.A., Abekah-Nrumah, G. and Domfeh, K.A. (2011), Managing healthcare quality in Ghana: a necessity of patient satisfaction. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 24(7): 548-563.

Atinga, R., A., Abiiro, G.A., Kuganab-Lem, R.B. (2015), Factors influencing the decision to drop out of health insurance enrolment among urban slum dwellers in Ghana. Tropical Medicine and International Health 20(3): 312–321

Atinga, R.A. and Baku A.A. (2013), Determinants of antenatal care quality in Ghana. International Journal of Social Economics 40(10): 852-865.

Adzei, F. A. and Atinga, R. A. (2012), Motivation and retention of health workers in Ghana’s district hospitals: addressing the critical issues. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 26(4): 467-485.

Atinga R.A, Kuganab-Lem R.B, Aziato L, Srofenyoh E. (2015), Strengthening quality of acute care through feedback from patients in Ghana. African Journal of Emergency Medicine.

Abuosi A.A. and Atinga R. A. (2013), Service quality in health care institutions: establishing the gaps for policy action. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 26(5): 481-492.

Atinga, R. A. (2012), Healthcare Quality under the National Health Insurance Scheme in Ghana: Perspectives from Premium Holders. International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, 29(2): 144-61.

Kayi, E.A., Atinga. R.A., Ansa, G. (2015), Informational sources on pharmaceutical medicines and factors affecting medication prescriptions: Perspectives from Ghanaian physicians. Journal of Medical Marketing 14(4) 176–181

Aborah S., Akweongo P., Ajuik M., Atinga R.A., Welaga P. and Adongo P.B. (2013), The use of non-prescribed anti-malarial drugs for the treatment of malaria in the Bolgatanga municipality, northern Ghana. Malaria Journal, 12:266.

Sakyi, E. K., Atinga, R. A. and Adzei, F. A. (2012), Managerial problems of hospitals under Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme. Clinical Governance: An International Journal, 17(3): 178-190.

Atinga, R.A., Bawole. J., Nang-Beifubah, A. (2016). ‘Some patients are more equal than others’: Patient-centred care differential in two-tier inpatient ward hospitals in Ghana. Patient Education and Counseling 99: 370 – 77

Atinga R.A., Domfeh K.A., Kayi E., Abuosi A.A. and Dzansi G. (2014), Effects of perceived workplace politics in hospitals on nurses behavioural intentions in Ghana. Journal of Nursing Management 22(20): 159-169.

Atinga, RA., Mensah, S.A., Asenso-Boadi, F. and Andoh-Ajei F.X. (2012), Migrating from user fees to social health insurance: exploring the prospects and challenges for hospital management. BMC Health Services Research, 12:174.

Abekah-Nkrumah, G., Manu, A. and Atinga, R.A. (2010), Assessing the implementation of Ghana’s patient charter. Health Education, 110(3):169-185.

Kuttu, S., Aboagye, A. Q. Q. & Bokpin, A. G. (2018). Evidence of Time-Varying Conditional Discrete Jump Dynamics in sub-Saharan African Foreign Exchange Markets. Research in International Business and Finance. (Elsevier) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ribaf.2018.02.005

Kuttu, S. (2014). Return and Volatility Dynamics among Four African Equity Markets: A multivariate VAR-EGARCH analysis. Global Finance Journal, 25(1), 56-69. (Elsevier)

Kuttu, S. & Bokpin, A. G. (2017). Feedback Trading and Autocorrelation Pattern of Sub-Saharan African Equity Markets. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 53(1), 213-225. (Taylor and Francis)

Kuttu, S. (2017). Time-Varying Conditional Discrete Jump Dynamics in Emerging African Equity Markets. Global Finance Journal, 32, 35-54. (Elsevier)

Kuttu, S. (2017). Modelling Long Memory in Volatility in sub-Saharan African Equity Markets. Research in International Business and Finance. (Elsevier) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ribaf.2017.07.073

Kuttu, S. (2017). Asymmetric Mean Reversion and Volatility in African Real Exchange Rates. Journal of Economics and Finance. (Springer) https://doi.org/10.1007/s12197-017-9412-z

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