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Baku, A. A. & Sakyi, K (2014). In-kind Premium Payment as an Alternative to Cash Premium Payment under Health Insurance Schemes in Ghana: Views from residents of the Dangme West District. Health Services Management: readings from Ghana, Business Series Vol. 3, University of Ghana Readers, Tema: Digibooks Ghana Ltd.

Atinga, R. A., Baku, A. A. & Adongo, P. B. (2014). Drivers of prenatal care quality and uptake of supervised delivery services in Ghana. Annals of Medical Health Sciences Research, 14(3), 264-271

Bebaako-Mensah, D. and Baku, A., A. (2012). Construction risk management in Ghana: the case of M. Barbisotti and Sons Limited. Wisconsin Journal, Vol III, March; 20-34.

Afful-Dadzie, A., & Allen, T. T. (2016). Control charting methods for autocorrelated cyber vulnerability data. Quality Engineering, 28 (3), 313-328.

Allen, T. T. , Artis, S., Afful-Dadzie, A., and Allam, Y. (2013). “Case Study Application of Blended Learning for an Engineering Simulation Course.” Quality Approaches in Higher Education, Vol. 04(1).

Afful-Dadzie, E., & Afful-Dadzie, A. (2016). Assessing commercial viability of technology start-up businesses in a government venture capital under intuitionistic fuzzy Environment. International Journal of Fuzzy Systems. [Early Cite], DOI: 10.1007/s40815-016-0141-9.

Afful-Dadzie, E., Afful-Dadzie, A., and Oplatková, Z. K. (2014). “Measuring progress of the millennium development goals: A fuzzy comprehensive evaluation approach”. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 28(1), 1-15.

Afful-Dadzie, A., Afful-Dadzie, E., & Turkson, C. (2016). “A TOPSIS extension framework for re-conceptualizing sustainability measurement.” Kybernetes, 45(1), 70-86.

Afful-Dadzie, E., Nabareseh, S., Afful-Dadzie, A., and Oplatková, Z. K. (2014). “A fuzzy TOPSIS framework for selecting fragile states for support facility”. Forthcoming in Quality and Quantity.

Afful-Dadzie, E., & Afful-Dadzie, A. (2016). “A decision making model for selecting start-up businesses in a government venture capital scheme.” Management Decision. 54(3), 714-734

Afful-Dadzie, A., Afful-Dadzie, E., Nabareseh, S., and Oplatková, Z. K. (2014). “Tracking progress of African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) using Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation Method”. Forthcoming in Kybernetes Vol. 43(8).

Afful-Dadzie, A and Allen, T. T (2013). “Optimal Traditional Versus Online Instructional Method Selection.” In Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education North Central Conference.

Afful-Dadzie, A and Allen, T. T. (2014). “Data-Driven Cyber Vulnerability Maintenance Policies.” Journal of Quality Technology, Vol. 46(3).

Afful-Dadzie, A., Allen, T. T., Raqab, A., and Li, J. (2013). Sufficiency model-action clarification for simulation optimization applied to an election system. In Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference (pp. 1079-1088).

Aboagye, A.Q.Q. and Arnold N. K. Degboe, (2010), “Cost Analysis and Efficiency of sub-District Health Facilities in Two Districts in Ghana, International Journal of Health Planning and Management 25, 1–18.

Aboagye, A.Q.Q. S. K. Akoena, T. O. Antwi-Asare and F. A. Gockel, (2008), “Explaining Interest Rate Spreads in Ghana”, African Development Review, vol. 20 no 3, 378 – 399.

Mensah, D. Aboagye,A. Q. Q., Abor, J. Y., Kyereboah-Coleman, A. (2017), “External Debt Among HIPCs in Africa: Accounting and Panel VAR Analysis of some Determinants," Journal of Economic Studies, 44(3), 431-455.

Aboagye, A.Q.Q. and Isaac Otchere, (2013), “How Have Consumers Fared In Bank Privatization? International Evidence,” International Journal of Financial Research, 4(1), forthcoming.

Aboagye, A.Q.Q., Arnold N. K. Degboe and Alfred A. D. Obuobi, (2010), “Estimating the Full Cost of Healthcare Delivery in Three Hospitals in Southern Ghana, Ghana Medical Journal, vol. 44 no.3, 83- 94.

Aboagye, A.Q.Q., S. K. Akoena, T. Antwi-Asare and A. F. Gockel, (2008), “Explaining Market Power in the Ghanaian Banking Industry”, South African Journal of Economics, vol. 76, no. 4, 569 – 585.

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