Faculty Publications

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Abor, J. and Fiador V.( 2012) Does Corporate Governance Explain Dividend Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa? International Journal of Law and Management., 55(3), 3-3, Pp 201-225

Fiador, V., (2012) Determinants of Financial Governance Practices-Evidence from NGOs in Ghana International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. Vol. 33 No. 1 / 2, Pp 114-130

Fiador, V., Abor, P. A. and Abor, J. (2012) How do we Explain Corporate Board Structure in Sub-Saharan Africa? International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, Vol. 7 No. 2, Pp 118-138

Fiador V. and Asare F. J. (2012) Cross-Border Investments, Currency Risks and Portfolio Returns: The Case of Epack-Ghana International Business Research . Vol. 6 No.1, Pp 137-144

Fiador, V. (2013) “Corporate Governance and Value Relevance of Accounting Information- Evidence from the Ghana Stock Exchange” Journal of Corporate Governance, Vol. 13 Iss:2, Pp 208-217

Soli, V. O., Harvey, S., and Hagan, E. (2008) Fiscal Policy, Private Investment and Economic Growth- The Case of Ghana Studies in Economics and Finance, Vol. 25(2), pp.112 – 130.

Alhassan, A. L. and Fiador, V., (2014) Insurance-growth nexus in Ghana: An autoregressive distributed lag bounds cointegration approach. Corrected Proof in Press: Review of Development Finance, Elsevier DOI: 10.1016/j.rdf.2014.05.003

Gariba, F., Amidu, M. & Coffie, W. (2018).The Risk and Returns Effects of Corporate Governance and Funding Strategy of Banks in Ghana. African Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance, Vol. 6(2), 154-175.

Coffie, W., Tackie, G., Bedi, I. & Aboagye-Otchere, F. (2017). Alternative Models for the Conditional Heteroscedasticity and the Predictive Accuracy of Variance Models – Empirical Evidence from East and North Africa Stock Markets. Journal of Accounting & Finance, Vol. 17(2), 100-116.

Coffie, W. and Chukwulobelu, O. (2014) Modelling stock return volatility: comparative evidence from selected emerging African and Western developed markets, International Journal of Management Practice, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp.366-379

Coffie, W.and Chukwulobelu, O. (2012)The Application of Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) to Individual Securities on Ghana Stock Exchange, Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies,Vol 12B, pp. 121 – 147.

Amidu, M., Coffie, W., Issahaku, H. & Sissy, A. M. (2018 ). The Implications of Cross Border Banking and Funding Strategy for Risk and Return. Journal of Applied Business & Economics, Vol. 20(4), 93-119

Coffie, W. (2017). Conditional Heteroscedasticity and Stock Market Returns: Empirical Evidence from Morocco and BVRM. Journal of Applied Business & Economics, Vol. 19(5), 43-57.

Coffie, W. (2015) Measuring volatility persistence and risk in Southern and East African stock markets, International Journal of Economics and Business Research, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 23-36

Coffie, W. and Chukwulobelu, O. (2013)The Cost of Equity Capital in Emerging Market – The Case of Kenya, International Journal on Business Review, Vol.4, No. 2, pp. 192-200.

Coffie, W., Bedi, I. & Amidu, M. (2018 forthcoming) The Effects of Audit Quality on the Costs of Capital of Firms in Ghana. Journal of Financial Reporting & Accounting, Vol. 17(1). [Accepted for publication: evidence attached]

Fosu, S., Ntim, C., Coffie, W. & Murinde, V. (2017). Bank Opacity, Competition and Risk-taking: Evidence from Analysts' Forecasts. Journal of Financial Stability, Vol. 33(2017), 81-95.

Coffie, W. (2015) Modelling and forecasting the conditional heteroscedasticity of stock returns using asymmetric models: Empirical evidence from Ghana and Nigeria, Journal of Accounting and Finance, Vol. 15, no. 5, pp. 109-123

Chukwulobelu, O., Coffie, W.and Fosu, S. (2014) Multifactor Explanation of Security Returns in South Africa,’ International Journal of Management Practice, Vol 7, No. 4, pp. 380-397.

Coffie, W., Amidu, M. & Acquah, P. (2018). Transfer Pricing, Earnings Management and Tax Avoidance of Firms in Ghana. Journal of Financial Crime, Vol. 25(4). [Accepted for publication: evidence attached]

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