Faculty Publications

Buabeng, T. Challenges of Local Revenue Mobilization in Developing Countries: The Experiences of Two Local Governments in Ghana.

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.

Abubakari, M. Buabeng, T & Ahenkan, A (2013).Implementing Public Private Partnerships in Africa: The Case of Urban Water Service Delivery in Ghana. Journal of Public Administration and Governance. Vol. 3, No 1 (2013)

Buabeng, T. Culture and Tradition: The bane of pro-poor interventions in Developing Countries; the Experience of Northern Ghana.

Buabeng, T. Simpson, S. N. Y (2013), Performance Contract and Performance of Public Enterprises: A Study of the Implementation Processes. Journal of Public Administration and Governance. Vol. 3, No 2 (2013)

Buabeng, T. Explaining Regional Variations in Implementation Performance of Social Programs in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence from Four Districts in Ghana.

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

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.

11. 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.

16. Coffie, W. (2014). Analysing Security Performance in Morocco and South Africa using CAPM. Afro-Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting, Vol. 4(2), 182-202

5. 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

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