Faculty Publications

Nyuur, R.B., Ofori, D.F. & Debrah Y. (2014). Corporate Social Responsibility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Hindering and Supporting Factors. African Journal of Economic and Management Studies 5 Iss. 1 pp. 93-113

Ofori, D. and Sackey, Jocelyn (2010). Assessing Social Capital for Organisational Performance: Initial Exploratory Insights from Ghana. Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies, Vol. 1, No. 2(2), pp 71-91.

Ofori, D. & Aryeetey, M. (2011). Recruitment and Selection Practices in Small and Medium Enterprises: Perspectives from Ghana. International Journal of Business Administration. Volume 2, Number 3, 45-60.

Ofori, D.F. & Ofori A.T. (2014). Mining Sector CSR Behaviour: A Developing Country Perspective. African Journal of Management Research. 22 No. 1, 62-84

8. Asiamah, E., Quaye, D., and Nimako, S., (2016) "The Effects of Lucky Draw Sales Promotion on Brand Loyalty in Mobile Telecommunication Industry" African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, Vol.7, Issue 1, pp.109-123

13. Andoh C., Quaye D., and Kuditcher. F., (2015), “Low Cost Airlines Operating in the Ghanaian Space,” BESSH Conference Full Paper Proceeding in Singapore, Vol. 24, Issue 3, pp.19-34, December 17-18.

2. Quaye, D. and Mensah Isaac, (2018), “Marketing innovation and sustainable competitive advantage of manufacturing SMEs in Ghana”, Management Decision, https://doi.org/10.1108/MD-08-2017-0784

18. Andoh, C., Agyakwa, E., and Quaye, D., (2012), “Public Private Partnership as an Alternative Source of Financing Highway in Ghana”, Annals of Management Science, Vol. 1, No.1, December, pp.61-82.

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

12. Quaye, D., Acheampong, G., and Asiedu., M., (2015) “Gender Differences in Entrepreneurial Orientation: Evidence from Ghana”, European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.7. No.12, pp.128 – 139.

1. Quaye, D., Mensah, Isaac and Amoah-Mensah, Aborampah, (2018), “Customer relationship management practices affecting customer loyalty supporting small airline carriers in Ghana”, Int. J. Electronic Customer Relationship Management, Vol. 11, No.4, pp.411-435

17. Quaye, D., (2012), “Challenges of Microfinance Institutions in Post Conflict Regions - The Case of Yomding, South Sudan”, Lesotho Social Sciences Review, Vol. 16, Nos 1 and 2, pp.60-70.

6. Quaye D., Andoh C., and Akomea-Frimpong, I., (2017) “The Impact of Internal Fraud on the Growth of Ghanaian Small and Mediun-Scale Enterprises”, Proceedings of ISER International Conference, Marrakech, Morocco,13th-14th July

11. Andoh, C., and Quaye, D., (2015) “Fuel Prices and Road Transportation fares in Ghana” Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, Vol. 23 (S) pp. 33 - 47

16. 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.

5. Quaye, D., Sekyere K., and Acheampong G., (2017) "Export promotion programmes and export performance: A study of selected SMEs in the manufacturing sector of Ghana", Review of International Business and Strategy, Vol. 27 Issue: 4, pp.466-483

10. Yeboah, E.K., Quaye, D. Buame, S., Asiedu M., (2016) “Triggers of Entrepreneurial Spin-Offs: Assessing an Alternative Innovation for Enterprise Development in Ghana”, European Journal of Economic Studies,, Vol.(17), Is. 3, pp. 435-443.

15. Quaye, D., and Acheampong, G., (2013), “Are SME Owner-Managers Entrepreneurs? Evidence from Ghana”, European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.5, No.23, pp.37-47.

4. Quaye, D. M. and Mensah I., (2017) “Industrial Cluster and Competitive Advantage of Micro-Firms: Insight from Wood Industry in Ghana” Journal of Creativity and Business Innovation, Vol.3, pp.170-196

9. Asiedu, M., Quaye, D., Yeboah, E.K., (2016) ‘Firms’ Demographics and Barriers to Innovation in Ghana: Can SMEs in Developing African Economies Swot Something Up?’ Africa: History and Culture, Vol. (2), Issue. 2, pp. 24-32

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