Faculty Publications

16. Fosu, S., Danso, A., Wasim, A. & Coffie, W. (2016). Information Asymmetry, Leverage and Firm Value. International Review of Financial Analysis, Vol. 46(C), 140-150

21. Coffie, W. and Chukwulobelu, O. (2014). Significance of Beta in Estimating Cost of Capital in an Emerging Economy – The Nigerian Evidence. International Journal of Management Practice, Vol.7(1), 55-69

5. Amidu, M., Coffie, W. & Sissy, M. A. (2019). The Effect of Market Power on Stability: Do Diversification and Earnings Strategy Matter? Afro-Asian Journal of Finance & Accounting, Vol. 9(4), 381-405

10. Gariba, F., Amidu, M. & Coffie, W. (2018). The Risk and Returns Effects of Corporate Governance and Funding Strategy of Banks in Ghana. African Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance, Vol. 6(2), 154-175

15. Coffie, W., Tackie, G., Bedi, I. & Aboagye-Otchere, F. (2017). Alternative Models for the Conditional Heteroscedasticity and the Predictive Accuracy of Variance Models – Empirical Evidence from East and North Africa Stock Markets. Journal of Accounting & Finance, Vol. 17(2), 100-116

20. Coffie, W. (2014). Analysing Security Performance in Morocco and South Africa using CAPM. Afro-Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting, Vol. 4(2), 182-202

4. Mensah, L., Allotey, D., Sarpong-Kumankoma, E. and Coffie, W. (2019), "What debt threshold hampers economic growth in Africa? International Journal of Development Issues, Vol. 19 (1), 25-42

2. Fosu, R.A., Amidu, M. and Coffie, W. (2020). Does institutional intervention achieve intended outcomes? The case of a professional accountancy organisation. International Journal of Critical Accounting, Vol. 11(2), 91–113

9. Amidu, M., Coffie, W., Issahaku, H. & Sissy, A. M. (2018). The Implications of Cross Border Banking and Funding Strategy for Risk and Return. Journal of Applied Business & Economics, Vol. 20(4), 93-119

14. Coffie, W. (2017). Conditional Heteroscedasticity and Stock Market Returns: Empirical Evidence from Morocco and BVRM. Journal of Applied Business & Economics, Vol. 19(5), 43-57

19. Coffie, W. and Chukwulobelu, O. (2014). Modelling stock return volatility: comparative evidence from selected emerging African and Western developed markets. International Journal of Management Practice, Vol. 7(4), 366-379

3. Coffie, W. & Bedi, I. (2019). The Effects of IFRS adoption and firm size on audit fees in financial institutions in Ghana. Accounting Research Journal, Vol. 32(3), 436-453

24. Coffie, W. and Chukwulobelu, O. (2012). The Application of Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) to Individual Securities on Ghana Stock Exchange. Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Vol. 12(B), 121-147

8. Coffie, W., Bedi, I. & Amidu, M. (2018). The Effects of Audit Quality on the Costs of Capital of Firms in Ghana. Journal of Financial Reporting & Accounting, Vol. 16(4), 639-659

1. Coffie, W., Bedi, I., Amidu, M. & Duah, B. (2020). The effects of IFRS compliance on earnings reporting quality of financial firms in Ghana. Journal of Accounting & Finance, Vol. 20(7)

13. Fosu, S., Ntim, C., Coffie, W. & Murinde, V. (2017). Bank Opacity, Competition and Risk-taking: Evidence from Analysts' Forecasts. Journal of Financial Stability, Vol. 33(C), 81-95

18. Coffie, W. (2015). Measuring volatility persistence and risk in Southern and East African stock markets, International Journal of Economics and Business Research, Vol. 9(1), 23-36.

Lamptey, Y. (2017). Behavioural-Orientation and Continuity of Informality in Ghana. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Science Index 132, International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering, 11(12), 2803 - 2812.

Dartey-Baah, K., Anlesinya, A., & Lamptey, Y. (2019). Leadership Behaviors and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: The Mediating Role of Job Involvement. International Journal of Business, 24(1).

Parku, K. E., & Lamptey, Y. A. (2019). An Exploratory Study of Trade Union Pluralism in Ghana. African Journal of Employee Relations (Formerly South African Journal of Labour Relations), 42, 26.

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