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Faculty Publications

Afful-Dadzie, A., Afful-Dadzie, E., Awudu, I., and Banuro, J. K. (2017). “Power generation capacity planning under budget constraint in developing countries.” Applied Energy, 188, 71-82.

Afful-Dadzie, E., and 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, E., Afful-Dadzie, A., & Egala, S. B. (2021). Social media in health communication: A literature review of information quality. Health Information Management Journal, 1833358321992683.

Baker, E., Nock, D., Levin, T., Atarah, S.A., Afful-Dadzie, A., Dodoo-Arhin, D., Ndikumana, L., Shittu, E., Muchapondwa, E., & Sackey, C.V. H. (2021). Who is marginalized in energy justice? Amplifying community leader perspectives of energy transitions in Ghana. Energy Research & Social Science, 73 (2021), 101933.

Ofori, C. G., Aboagye, A. Q., Afful-Dadzie, A., & Bokpin, G. A. (2022). A real options approach to assessing the cost savings potential of renewable energy adoption among SMEs in Ghana. Climate Policy, 1-14.

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.

Ohene-Asare, K., Turkson, C., and Afful-Dadzie, A. (2017). “Multinational operation, ownership and efficiency differences in the international oil industry”. Energy Economics, 68, 303-312.

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

Aboagye, A.Q.Q. (2009), “A Baseline Study of Ghanaian Microfinance Institutions,” Journal of African Business, vol. 10, Issue 2, July, 163 – 181.

Mekpor, E, A. Q. Q. Aboagye, and J. Welbeck, (2018), “The Determinants of Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Among The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Member States,” Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 26(3),442-459,

Aboagye, A.Q.Q. and K. Gunjal, (2000), “An Analysis of Short-Run Response of Export and Domestic Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa”, Agricultural Economics 23, 41 – 53.

Aboagye,A.Q. Q., .Bokpin,G. A., and Quaico,A. (2017), “Assessing the impact of export processing zones on economic growth in Ghana,” Research in International Business and Finance,

Akoena, S. K., Aboagye, A.Q.Q. and T. O. Antwi-Asare, (2012), A Study of Bank Efficiencies in Ghana, African Journal of Management Research, 21(1), 1 – 16.

Godfred Bokpin, Aboagye, A.Q.Q. and Kofi A. Osei, (2010), “Risk Exposure and Corporate Financial Policy on the Ghana Stock Exchange” Journal of Risk Finance. vol. 11, issue 3, 323 – 332.

Kuttu, S, Aboagye, A. Q.Q, Bokpin, G. A., Evidence of Time-Varying Conditional Discrete Jump Dynamics in Sub-Saharan African Foreign Exchange Markets. Research in International Business and Finance,

Aboagye, A.Q.Q. (2005), “Corruption in Ghana: Evidence, Analysis Of Corporate Procedures and Suggestions To Minimize Its Incidence,” Review of Human Factor Studies, 11, 33 – 52.

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., (2012), “Bank Concentration and Economic Costs of Deposit Mobilization and Credit Extension in Ghana,” Journal of Developing Areas, 46(2), 351-370.

Aboagye, A.Q.Q. and J. Otieku, (2010), “Are Ghanaian MFIs’ Performance Associated with Corporate Governance?” Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society, vol. 10, no.3, 307-320.

Sarpong-Kumankoma, E, Abor, J, Aboagye, A Q. Q, and Amidu, M, “Freedom, Competition and Bank Profitability in Sub-Saharan Africa," Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 26(4), 462-481.