Faculty Publications

2. Priyankara H P R, Luo F, Saeed A, Nubuor S.A et al. How Does Leader’s Support for Environment Promote Organizational Citizenship Behaviour for Environment? A Multi-Theory Perspective. Sustainability, 2018, 10(1), 271. (Index: SSCI – IF 1.78)

7. Saviour, Ayertey Nubuor. The Privatization Conundrum in Ghana: Lessons from Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra. International Journal of Innovation and Economic Development 3.2 (2017): 56-69.

1. Saeed A, Jun Y, Nubuor S.A, Priyankara H P R, et al. Institutional Pressures, Green Supply Chain Management Practices on Environmental and Economic Performance: A Two-Theory view. Sustainability, 2018, 10(5), 1517. (Index: SSCI – IF 1.78)

6. Frimpong, S.K., Ofori D. & Nubuor, S.A Research on Strategies to Attract and Retain Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Oil and Gas Industry in Ghana, European Journal of Business and Management, ISSN 2222-1905 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2839 (Online), Vol.5, No. 18, 2013

5. Frimpong, S.K. & Nubuor, S.A Research on the Chinese Investments in Ghana, Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, ISSN 2222-1700 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2855 (Online), Vol. 4, No. 4, 2013

4. Nubuor, S.A., Xu H. & Frimpong S.K. The Impact of Transformational Leadership Style on Project Success: An Empirical Study of Banking Projects in Ghana, International Journal of ICT and Management, 2014.

3. Nubuor, S.A., Xu H. & Frimpong S.K. Research on Project Success Factors within the Construction Industry of Ghana: Evidence from Wide Horizon Ghana Limited International Journal Management Science and Business Administration, ISSN 1849-5419 (Paper) ISSN 1849-5664 (Online), 2017, Vol. 3. No. 5

7. Aboagye-Otchere, F., Bedi, I., & Kwakye, T. O. (2012). Corporate Governance and Disclosure Practices of Ghanaian Listed Companies. Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies, 2 (2), 140– 161

1. Kwakye, T. O., Welbeck E. E., Owusu, G. M. Y. & Anokye, F. K. (2018). Determinants of Intention to Engage in Sustainability Accounting and Reporting (SAR): The Perspective of Professional Accountants. International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 3:11

6. Amidu, M., Kwakye T. O., Harvey S. & Yorke, S. M. (2016), Do Firms Manage Earnings to Avoid Tax for Corporate Social Responsibility? Journal of Accounting and Taxation, 8 (2), 11-27

5. Owusu, G.M.Y., Kwakye, T. O., Welbeck, E.E. & Ofori, C.G. (2017). Environmental Literacy of Business Students in Ghana. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 18 (3), 415- 435.

4. Kwakye, T. O., Owusu, G. M. Y., & Bekoe, R. A. (2018). Audit Committee Roles, Responsibilities and Characteristics in Ghana - The Perception of ‘Agency Stakeholders’. International Journal of Corporate Governance, 9 (1), 73-90.

3. Owusu, G. M. Y., Obeng, V. A., Ofori, C. G., Kwakye, T. O., & Bekoe, R. A. (2018). What Explains Students’ Intentions to Pursue a Certified Professional Accounting Qualification? Meditari Accountancy Research Journal, 26 (2), 284-304

2. Owusu, G. M. Y., Essel-Anderson A., Kwakye, T. O., Bekoe, R. A., & Ofori, C. G. (2018). Factors Influencing Career Choice of Tertiary Students in Ghana: A Comparison of Science and Business Majors, Education + Training 60 (9), 992-1008

Ofei, A. M. A. Sayi, E. K., Buabeng, T., Mwini-Nyaledzigbor, P., Asiedua, E (2014), Nurses’ perception of planning practices of nurse managers in the Greater Accra Region, Ghana. Wudpecker Journal of Medical Sciences ISSN 2315-7240 Vol. 3(3), pp. 033-045

Buabeng, T. The Politics of Local Revenue Mobilization in Ghana: The Experience of Three Local Governments in Ghana.

Buabeng, T. Defining a Complex Concept of Poverty

Domfeh, K.A. Sakyi, E.K, Buabeng, T., Ahenkan, A. & Asamoah K. (2012-2014); Localizing the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Ghana: An Assessment of the Achievements, Challenges and Prospects at the District Level. A study of Five Local governments in Ghana. Final report was produced in May 2014. Funded by the Office of Research, Innovation and Development, University of Ghana.

Buabeng, T. The Politics of Public Policy Implementation in Africa: Lessons from Four Local Governments in Ghana.