Faculty Publications

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Quaye, D., Acheampong, G., and Asiedu, M., (2013) “Gender Differences in Entrepreneurial Orientation: Evidence from Ghana”, European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.7. No.12, pp.128 – 139.

Asiamah, E., Nimako, S., Quaye, D., and Buame, S., “Implicit and Explicit Loyalty: The Role of satisfaction, Trust and Brand Image in the Mobile Telecommunications Industry” (2016), International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 94 – 115.

Andoh, C., and Quaye, D., (2013), “Enterprise Formation by Pooling: The Case of Ghana” Annals of Management Science, Vol.2, No.1, December, pp.45-65.

Agbloyor, E.K., Abor, J., Adjasi, C.K.D., and Yawson, A. (2013). Exploring the Causality Links between Financial Markets and Foreign Direct Investment in Africa. Research in International Business and Finance. 28, 118 – 134.

Agbloyor, E.K, Gyeke-Dako, A., Ransome, K., & Abor, J.Y. (2016). Foreign direct investment and economic growth in Africa: The role of institutions. Thunderbird International Business Review. doi: 10.1002/tie.21791

Agbloyor, E.K, Abor, J., Adjasi, C.K.D and Yawson, A. (2012). Domestic Banking Sector Development and Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions in Africa. Review of Development Finance, 2, p. 32 – 42.

Kusi, B.A, Agbloyor, E.K., Fiador, V.O.L, & Osei, K.A. (2016). Does Information Sharing Promote or Detract from Bank Returns: Evidence from Ghana. African Development Review. 28 (3), 332-343

Kusi, B.A, Agbloyor, E.K., Fiador, V.O.L, & Osei, K.A. (2016). Credit Reference Bureaus and Bank Credit Risk. African Finance Journal. Forthcoming.

Agbloyor, E.K., Abor, J., Adjasi, C.K.D., and Yawson, A. (2014). Private Capital Flows and Economic Growth in Africa: The Role of Domestic Financial Markets. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. 30, 137 – 152.

Abor, J. Agbloyor, E.K., and Kuipo, R. (2014). Bank Finance and Export Activities of Small and Medium Enterprises in Ghana. Review of Development Finance. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rdf.2014.05.004

Abor J., Sarpong-Kumankoma E., Fiawoyife E. and Osei K. A. (2009), “Risk Exposure and Financial Policy: An Empirical Analysis of Emerging Markets”, Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 36, Issue 2.

Doku J. N., Adjasi C. K. D. and Sarpong-Kumankoma E. (2011), “Financial Market Development and Capital Structure of Listed Firms – Empirical Evidence from Ghana”, Serbian Journal of Management, 6 (2), pp. 155-168.

Ametefe F., Aboagye A. Q. Q., Sarpong-Kumankoma E. (2011), “Housing and Construction Finance, Deposit Mobilization and Bank Performance In Ghana”, Journal of Property Research, 28:2, 151-165.

Ladime J., Sarpong-Kumankoma, E and Osei K. A (2013), Determinants of Bank Lending Behaviour in Ghana. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol.4, No.17, pp. 42-47.

Sarpong-Kumankoma E., Amidu M. and Abor J. (2006), “The Role of Non-Executive Directors in the Ghanaian SME Sector”, Journal of Corporate Board, Vol. 2(1), pp. 39-47.

Sakyi, E.K. (2009), “Privatization implementation experience in five Commonwealth countries: a review of Implementation and Policy achievements”, African Journal of Public Administration and Management (AJPAM), Vol. XX (2): 61-79 July

Sakyi, E.K. (2013), “A Critical Review of the theoretical Objectives and Practical Experiences of decentralization from the Perspective of Developing African Countries”, Journal of African and Asian Local Government Studies, Vol. 3(2): 50-78

Sakyi, E.K. Awoonor-William, K. S. & Adzei, F. A. (2011), “Barriers to implementing health sector administrative decentralisation in Ghana: a study of the Nkwanta district health management team”, Journal of Health Organisation and Management,’ Vol. 25 (4): 400-419.

Sakyi, E. K. and Oritsejafor, E. O. (2015), "Extractive Sector Policymaking and Governance in Ghana: A Study of the Role, Knowledge and Capacity Challenges of Civil Society Organizations," Journal of Public Management & Social Policy: Vol. 21 (1): 42-59

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