Faculty Publications

Kuttu, S. & Bokpin, A. G. (2017). Feedback Trading and Autocorrelation Pattern of Sub-Saharan African Equity Markets. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 53(1), 213-225. (Taylor and Francis)

Mensah, L., Andoh, C., Kuttu, S., & Kusi, B. A. (2019). Do banking institutions respond to incentives? Banking awards and stability evidence from an emerging economy. African Finance Journal, 21(1), 23-49.

Kuttu, S. (2017). Time-Varying Conditional Discrete Jump Dynamics in Emerging African Equity Markets. Global Finance Journal, 32, 35-54. (Elsevier)

Kuttu, S. (2018). Modelling long memory in volatility in sub-Saharan African equity markets. Research in International Business and Finance, 44, 176-185. (Elsevier)

Kuttu, S., Aboagye, A. Q., & Bokpin, G. A. (2018). Evidence of time-varying conditional discrete jump dynamics in sub-Saharan African foreign exchange markets. Research in International Business and Finance, 46, 211-226 (Elsevier)

Simpson S.N.Y, (2008). Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Boards and Corporate Governance: The Ghanaian Experience. Corporate Ownership and Control, 6(2), 89-98.

Aboagye‐Otchere, F. K., Simpson, S. N. Y., & Kusi, J. A. (2020). The influence of environmental performance on environmental disclosures: An empirical study in Ghana. Business Strategy & Development, 3(1), 98-111.

Asare, N., Onumah, J. M., & Simpson, S. N. Y. (2013). Exploring the Disclosure of Intellectual Capital in Ghana: Evidence from Listed Companies. Journal of Accounting & Marketing, 2(1), 1-7.

Simpson S.N.Y and Berko, O.L, (2009). An Evaluation of Financial Health of Non-Life Insurance Companies from Developing Countries: The Case of Ghana. The ICFAI University Journal of Risk & Insurance, 6(1), 30-49.

Dordunu, W., Owusu, G. M. Y., & Simpson, S. N. Y. (2020). Turnover intentions and job performance of accountants: The role of religiosity and spiritual intelligence. Journal of Research in Emerging Markets, 2(1), 43-61.

Simpson S.N.Y (2014). Boards and Governance of State-Owned Enterprises. Corporate Governance, forthcoming in Vol. 14 (2), 1-17.

Simpson S.N.Y and Onumah J.M (2010). Performance Contracts and State Enterprises: The Ghanaian Perspective. African Journal of Administrative Studies, 75, 21-35.

Owusu, G. M. Y., Amoah Bekoe, R., Koomson, T. A. A., & Simpson, S. N. Y. (2019). Temptation and the propensity to engage in unethical behaviour. International Journal of Ethics and Systems, 35(1), 43-58.

Simpson, S. N. Y., Tetteh, L.A. Agyenim-Boateng, C (2020). Exploring the socio-cultural factors in the implementation of public financial management information system in Ghana. Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change. https://doi.org/10.1108/JAOC-10-2018-0100

Simpson, S. N. Y., Aboagye-Otchere, F. Lovi, R. (2016). Internal auditing and assurance of corporate social responsibility reports and disclosures: the perspective of some internal auditors in Ghana. Social Responsibility Journal, 12 (4), 706 - 718

Simpson, S. N. Y., & Buabeng, T. (2013). Performance Contract and Performance of Public Enterprises: A Study of the Implementation Processes. Journal of Public Administration & Governance, 3(2), 10-22

Simpson, S. N. Y., & Aprim, E. K. (2018). Do corporate social responsibility practices of firms attract prospective employees? Perception of university students from a developing country. International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility, 3(1), 6- 26

Welbeck, E. E. S., Owusu, G. M. Y., Simpson, S. N. Y., & Bekoe, R. A. (2020). CSR in the telecom industry of a developing country: employees' perspective. Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies. https://doi.org/10.1108/JAEE-01-2019-0017

Simpson, S. N.Y, Onumah, J. M., & Oppong-Nkrumah, A. (2016). Ethics education and accounting programmes in Ghana: does university ownership and affiliation status matter? International Journal of Ethics Education, 1-14.

Simpson, S. N. Y. (2013). Performance Contract and Performance Evaluation of State-Owned Enterprises: Insights from the Goal Setting Theory. Journal of Public Administration & Governance, 3(2), 22-39