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Ofosu-Kusi, Y. & Motoji, M. (2020). (Eds.) The Challenge of African Potentials: Conviviality, Informality and Futurity, Bamenda, Cameroon: Langaa RPCIG & Centre for African Area Studies, Kyoto University

Kleeberg-Niepage, A., Ofosu-Kusi, Y., Rademacher, S. & Tressat, M. (eds.)  (2020). Children, Childhood and the Future: Cross-cultural Perspectives, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Ofosu-Kusi, Y. (2020). ‘Education and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Governments, Universities and Industry’. In S. Ntewusu and N. Paarmann (Eds.) Beyond Dichotomies: Aspects of History, Gender and Culture in Africa and Europe, Berlin: Lit Verlag

Ofosu-Kusi, Y. (2020). ‘The Future African Society: Informality as a Potential for Development and Progress’. In Y. Ofosu-Kusi & M. Motoji (Eds.) The Challenge of African Potentials: Conviviality, Informality and Futurity, Bamenda, Cameroon: Langaa RPCIG & Centre for African Area Studies, Kyoto University

Ofosu-Kusi, Y. & Motoji, M, (2020). ‘Introduction: The Contemporary World and African Potentials’. In Y. Ofosu-Kusi & M. Motoji (Eds.) The Challenge of African Potentials: Conviviality, Informality and Futurity, Bamenda, Cameroon: Langaa RPCIG & Centre for African Area Studies, Kyoto University

Ofosu-Kusi, Y. (2020). ‘Chlidren, Childhood and the Future: An African Perspective’. In A. Kleeberg-Niepage, Y. Ofosu-Kusi, S. Rademacher, & M. Tressat (eds.)  (2020) Children, Childhood and the Future: Cross-cultural Perspectives, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Ansu-Mensah, P., Marfo, E. O., Awuah, L. S., & Amoako, K. O. (2021). Corporate social responsibility and stakeholder engagement in Ghana’s mining sector: a case study of Newmont Ahafo mines. International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility, 6(1), 1. DOI: 10.1186/s40991-020-00054-2 ( SPRINGER)

Marfo, E.O. (2019). “Heralds of Corporate Irresponsible Behavior: Using Partial Least Square Approach of Structural Equation Modeling”, International Journal of Engineering Research in Africa, Vol. 42, No.1, pp. 172-188. DOI:10.4028/www.scientific.net/JERA.42.172. (SCOPUS, EI, SCI)

Amoako, K. O., Amoako I. O. and Marfo, E. O. (2018). “Comparing sustainability disclosures on corporate websites: A case study of Newmont Mining Corporation’s plant sites in Ghana”, International Journal of Multinational Corporation Strategy, Vol.2, No.3-4, pp.241-275.

Opoku, K., Mugizi, F.M.P. & Adu Boahen, E. (2021). Gender differences in formal wage employment in urban Tanzania. WIDER Working Paper 2021/99. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER.  

Adu Boahen, E., Opoku, K. (2021). Gender Wage Gaps in Ghana: A Comparison Across   Different Selection Models. Wider Working Paper 2021. doi.org/10.35188/UNU- WIDER/2021/944-0

Adu Boahen, E., Opoku, K., Schotte,s. (2020). Duration of Pre-University Education and Labour Market Outcomes: Evidence from a Quasi‐Experiment in Ghana. Journal of International Development. 33(1):208-232. doi.org/10.1002/jid.3519

Adu Boahen, E., Yamauchi, C. (2018). The Effect of Female Education on Adolescent Fertility and Early Marriage: Evidence from Free Compulsory Universal Basic Education in Ghana. Journal of African Economies. 27(2):227-248. doi.org/10.1093/jae/ejx025.

Kwakwa, P. A., Adzawla, W., Alhassan, H. & Achaamah, A. (2021) Natural resources and economic growth: Does political regime matter for Tunisia? Journal of Public Affairs, DOI: 10.1002/pa.2707 Kwakwa, P. A. (2021). The carbon dioxide emissions effect of income growth, electricity consumption and electricity power crisis. Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal. 32 (3) 470-487 Adusah‐Poku, F., Adjei‐Mantey, K., & Kwakwa, P. A. (2021). Are energy‐poor households also poor? Evidence from Ghana. Poverty & Public Policy. DOI: 10.1002/pop4.301 Twum, K. K., Kwakwa, P. A., Ofori, D., & Nkukpornu, A. (2021). The relationship between individual entrepreneurial orientation, network ties, and entrepreneurial intention of undergraduate students: implications on entrepreneurial education. Entrepreneurship Education, 1-28. Kwakwa, P. A. (2020). Energy consumption, financial development, and carbon dioxide emissions: a moderating analysis for the manufacturing and construction sectors. The Journal of Energy and Development, 45(1/2), 1-21 Kwakwa, P. A. (2020). The long-run effects of energy use, urbanization and financial development on carbon dioxide emissions. International Journal of Energy Sector Management. DOI 10.1108/IJESM-01-2020-0013 Kwakwa, P. A. (2020). What determines renewable energy consumption? Startling evidence from Ghana. International Journal of Energy Sector Management. DOI 10.1108/IJESM-12-2019-0019 Kwakwa, P. A., & Adusah-Poku, F. (2020). The carbon dioxide emission effects of domestic credit and manufacturing indicators in South Africa. Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal. DOI 10.1108/MEQ-11-2019-0245 Kwakwa, P. A., Alhassan, H. & W. Adzawla (2020). The long-run environmental effect of aquaculture and food trade in Egypt. Review of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 23(2), 21-35. doi: 10.15414/raae.2020.23.02.21-35 Alhassan, H., Kwakwa, P. A. & Owusu-Sekyere, E. (2020). Households' source separation behaviour and solid waste disposal options in Ghana's Millennium City. Journal of Environmental Management, 259: 110055 Kwakwa, P. A., Alhassan, H., & Adu, G. (2020). Effect of natural resources extraction on energy consumption and carbon dioxide emission in Ghana. International Journal of Energy Sector Management. Vol. 14 No. 1, pp. 20-39 Abeasi, D. A., & Kwakwa, P. A. (2020). Factors influencing classroom participation of undergraduate nursing students. International Journal of Education, 13(1), 7-14.

Boohene D. & Priti R. (2019). Implications of World Trade Organization (WTO) on the Export of Indian Basmati Rice. Suraj Punj Journal for Multidisciplinary Research ISSN NO: 2394-2886

Boohene D., Amita M., Santhana L., Pratibha, S. & Aboagye, A. A. (2018). Funding liquidity risk in Ghanaian Microfinance Institutions (MFI’s). International Journal of Research in Business Studies ISSN: 2455-2992, Vol. 2 (1)

Oppong, P. K., Gyawu, A., & Yawson, C. A. (2021). The Relationship between Word-of-Mouth, Satisfaction, Trust and Loyalty in Herbal Medicine Industry. Economics and Business Quarterly Reviews, 4(2), 47-58.

Oppong, P. K. (2020). The Effect of Brand Credibility, Brand Image and Customer Satisfaction on Behavioural Intentions in Traditional Medicine Market. Journal of Social and Development Sciences, 11(4), 15-25.

Oppong, P. K. (2020). The Effect of Brand Awareness, Credibility, Quality and Loyalty on Word-of-Mouth in a Competitive Medicine Market. Information Management and Business Review, 12, (4), 28-38.

Oppong, P. K. (2020). Influence of Brand Credibility, Satisfaction and Quality on Brand Equity in Non-Conventional Health Industry. Journal of Education & Vocational Research, 11(2), 58-67.

Oppong, P. K., Yeboah, S.T., & Gyawu, A. (2020). Influence of Brand Awareness and Perceived Quality on Loyalty: The Mediating Role of Association in Traditional Medicine Market in Kumasi, Ghana. Information Management and Business Review, 12 (2), 1-11.

Osei, E., & Oppong, P. K. (2020). The Role of Computer Education in the Behavioural Intentions to Use Information Technology in Hospitals in Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of Economics & Behavioral Studies, 12 (4), 13-22

Oppong, P. K., & Phiri, M. A. (2019). The Link between Brand Equity and Loyalty: Evidence from Traditional Medicine Market in Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of Economics & Behavioral Studies,11 (1), 11-21.

Oppong, P. K., & Phiri, M. A. (2018). Impact of Brand Awareness and Association on Loyalty: The Role of Equity in Plant Medicine Market in Kumasi, Ghana.  African Journal of Business & Economic Research, 13 (2), 163-181.

Oppong, P. K., & Phiri, M. A. (2018). The Influence of Packaging and Brand Equity on Over-the-Counter Herbal Medicines in Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of Economics & Behavioral Studies, 10 (5), 59-72.

Oppong, P. K., & Phiri, M. A. (2018). Measuring Customer-Based Brand Equity in Traditional Herbal Medicine Market in Kumasi, Ghana. African Journal of Business & Economic Research, 13 (3), 115-133.

Hammond, P., Berko, D. and Amissah, E. (2020). Source of lifecycle funding and entrepreneurial firm’s size as measured by the number of employees. Researchjournali’s Journal of Finance, Vol. 8, No. 3

Amissah, E., Hammond, P. and Djimatey, R. (2020). The Effects of International Financial Reporting Standards on Reporting Quality of Financial Institutions in Ghana. International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting, Vol.10, No.2. pp94-118

Opuni-Frimpong, N.Y., Hammond, P. and Bannor R.K. (2019). Tools for Sustainable Urban Agriculture: Marketing and Bookkeeping. Skills Development Fund. 968-9988-838-5-1

Amissah E. Hammond P. Djimatey R. (2020).The Effects of International Financial Reporting Standards on Reporting Quality of Financial Institutions in Ghana International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting 10(2):94 DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijafr.v10i2.16851

Quarshie, M. A., & Djimatey, R. (2020). Financial Performance and Liquidity Trends of Banks in an Emerging Economy: Evidence from Ghana. Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, 7(2), 135-142.

Quarshie, M. A., Attafuah, A., & Sarfo, G. (2020). Motivation and Labour Turnover in the Health Sector: Perception of Healthcare Professionals at the Dunkwa-on-Offin Government Hospital, Central Region, Ghana. Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, 7(2), 104-113. https://doi.org/10.20448/journal.500.2020.72.104.113

Quarshie, M. A., Djimatey, R., & Abakah-Anaman, A. (2018). Service Quality Delivery of Rural Banks: Perception of Customers in Emerging Economies. Asian Business Research Journal, 3(1), 33-40

Apraku, J. F. Morton & B. A Gyampoh (2021): Climate Change and small-scale agriculture in Africa: Does Indigenous Knowledge matter?  Insights from Kenya and South Africa. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sciaf.2021.e00821)

Apraku, Philani Moyo & Wilson Akpan (2018): Coping with climate change in Africa: an analysis of local interpretations in Eastern Cape, SA, Development Southern Africa, https://doi.org/10.1080/0376835X.2018.1482199

Apraku, P Moyo & W Akpan (2018): Indigenous Knowledge, Global Ignorance? Insights from an Eastern Cape Climate Change Study, South African Review of Sociology, 49:2, 1-21. DOI: 1080/21528586.2018.1532813.

Amenorvi, C. R. (2021). Lexical Cohesion and Codeswitching among some Ewe-English Bilinguals. South African Journal of African Languages, 41(1) 1-8.

Amenorvi, C. R. (2020). Uprising in “Uprising”: A Multimodal Analysis of Bob Marley’s Lyrics. The Journal of Applied Linguistics and Applied Literature: Dynamics and Advances, 8(2),159-178.

Amenorvi, C. R. (2020). The Paradox of Face Threats in Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr’s Speeches. Nairobi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(4), 91-110.

Amenorvi, C. R., & Grumah, G. Y. (2020). Money talks: a multimodal ethnographic study of Ghana’s currency. Inkanyiso, the Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (1), 72-85.

Amenorvi, C. R., & Adotey, L. Y. (2020). Face and address terms: A case of some wedding invitation cards. Journal of African Studies and Ethnographic Research, 2(1), 57-71.

Amenorvi, C. R., & Grumah, G. Y. (2020). Gender and Sexuality Linguistic Taboos: A Case of Mɔ and Nnyabi in Ewe and Mampulli. Hybrid Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies, 2(3), 6-26.

Amenorvi, C. R. (2019). Exodus in ‘Exodus’: A Multimodal Analysis of Bob Marley’s Lyrics. International Journal of Language and Literary Studies 1 (3), 20-29.

Amenorvi, C. R. (2019) Confrontation in ‘Confrontation’: A Multimodal Analysis of Bob Marley’s Lyrics. Journal of English Language Teaching and Linguistics, 4(3), 337-347.

Amenorvi, C.R. (2019). Language and Controversy: A Case of Ronaldo-Messi Who Is Who. Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 7(10), 11-16.

Amenorvi, C. R. (2019). Substitution and Codeswitching among Some Ewe-English Bilinguals. Journal Humanities and Social Science Studies, 1(5), 53-59.

Amenorvi, C. R. (2019). ‘How Are You?’ and Identity: A Case of a University Campus. Language in India, 19(7), 368-376.

Amenorvi, C. R. (2019). Languages in Contact and Interference: A Case of Reference among Some Coordinate Bilinguals. Journal Humanities and Social Science Studies, 1(6), 1-12.

Amenorvi, C. R and G.Y. Grumah (2019). A Thematic Analysis of the National Anthems of English West Africa. The Journal of Applied Linguistics and Applied Literature: Dynamics and Advances, 7(1), 141-151.

Amenorvi, C. R (2019). Survival in ‘Survival’: A Multimodal Analysis of Bob Marley’s Lyrics. Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 7(4), 117-123

Amenorvi, C. R (2019). A Study of Conjunctions and Codeswitching Among Some Ewe-English Coordinate Bilinguals. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation, 2(4) 29-37.

Amenorvi, C. R., & Grumah, G. Y. (2020). Money talks: a multimodal ethnographic study of Ghana’s currency. Inkanyiso, 12(1), 72-85.

Amenorvi, C. R., & Grumah, G. Y. (2020). Gender and Sexuality Linguistic Taboos: A Case of Mɔ and Nnyabi in Ewe and Mampulli. Hybrid Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies, 2(3), 6-26.

Amenorvi, C., & Grumah, G. Y. (2019). A Thematic Analysis of the National Anthems of English West Africa. The Journal of Applied Linguistics and Applied Literature: Dynamics and Advances, 7(1), 141-151.

Adinkra, J. K. O. & Appiah, F. D. (2020): Analyse diachronique et synchronique des noms des partis politiques ghanéens de la quatrième république in SociD, Sociolinguistique & Didactique, janvier 2020, No 5, ISSN: 1840-7994, pp. 44-48. Université d’Abomey-Calavi, Bénin : LASODYLA-REYO.

 Adinkra, J. K. O. (2020): The Society and the Literary Universe of Sony Labou Tansi: A Study of Life and a Half in ReSciLaC, Revue Pluridisciplinaire, juin 2020, No 11, ISSN: 1840-8001, pp.244-252. Université d’Abomey-Calavi, Bénin: LASODYLA-REYO.

Afram, C. S. & Adinkra, J. K. O. (2020): La problématique du travail de groupe en classe de langue in Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences-Inter-Textual, décembre 2020, No 3, ISSN :2663-239X, pp.150-155. Bouaké : Université Alassane Ouattara.

Adinkra, J. K. O., Appiah, F. D. & Bofour-Okyere,.R. (2021): L’impact de la musique de Lucky Mensah, Kwame Asare Obeng (A+), Shatta Wale et Barima Sidney sur la scène politique ghanéenne in SociD, Sociolinguistique & Didactique, janvier 2021, No 6, ISSN : 1840-7994, pp. 39-48. Université d’Abomey-Calavi, Bénin : LASODYLA-REYO.

Adinkra, J. K. O. (2019) : Le discours d’Aminata Sow Fall et l’insertion sociale des jeunes : une lecture de Festins de la détresse, in Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences-Inter-Textual, décembre 2019, No 2, ISSN :2663-239X, pp.130-144. Bouaké : Université Alassane Ouattara.

 

Baah, J., Agyemang, C. A., Anning, P., & Issaka, M. (2020). Inherent complements as source of disambiguation of multi-meaning verbs in Bono. Research Journal in African Languages, 1(2). Retrieved from https://www.royalliteglobal.com/african-languages/article/view/398

Sarfo, K. (2020). Land tenure practices in Atebubu, Ghana. Journal of African Studies and Ethnographic Research, 2(2), 7-27.

Appiah, F.D., Adinkra, J.K.O. & Okyere, R. B. (2021). Impact de la musique de Lucky Mensah, Kwame Asare Obeng (A+), Shatta Wale, and Barima Sidney sur la scène politique ghanéenne. In SociD, Sociolinguistique & Didactique, janvier 2021, No 6, ISSN: 1840-7994, pp. 39-47. Université d’Abomey-Calavi, Bénin: LASODYLA-REYO.

Appiah, F. D. & Adinkra, J. K. O. (2020). Analyse diachronique et synchronique des noms des partis politiques ghanéens de la quatrième république.  In SociD, Sociolinguistique & Didactique, janvier 2020, No 5, ISSN: 1840-7994, pp. 44-48. Université d’Abomey-Calavi, Bénin: LASODYLA-REYO.

Appiah, F.D. (2020). Infériorité ou supériorité de la femme dans le système matriarcal akan: Une investigation à travers les proverbes akan. In ReSciLaC, Revue Pluridisciplinaire, juin 2020, No 11, ISSN: 1840-8001, pp.244-252. Université d’Abomey-Calavi, Bénin: LASODYLA-REYO.

Oduro Adinkra Justin, Francis Douglas Appiah, Richard Baffour Okyere (2021), Impact de la musique de Lucky Mensah, Kwame Asare Obeng(A+), Shatta Wale et Barima Sidney sur la scène politique ghanéenne, laboratoire de Sociolinguistique et didactique-SocioD No :6, ( Lasodyla-Revo) ISSN : 1840-7994

Richard Baffour Okyere, Djato Tahiru, (2020). Quand les écrivains engagés tournent vers la diplomatie : le cas d’Oyono, Césaire et de Senghor, Benin, Laboratoire de Sociolinguistique, Dynamique des Langues et Recherches en Yoruba (LASODYLA-REYO), ReSciLac Vol.11, issue 4, pp:322- 331, ISSN : 1840-8001

Richard Baffour Okyere, Joseph Arimiyawu Abdulai (2020), Etude des jeux et enjeux de la diplomatie dans l’œuvre : la guerre de Troie n’aura pas lieu de Jean Giraudoux, Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Intertextuel, Numéro 3, ISSN : 2663-239X, www.inter-textual.univ-ao.edu.ci

Joseph Arimiyawu Abdulai, Richard Baffour Okyere (2020), L’étiquetage morphosyntaxique supervisé des parties de discours du twi, une langue du Ghana, Global Scientific Journal, Vol 8, issue 6, ISSN 232091 86

Richard. B. Okyere (2019) De la littérature vers la diplomatie : Etude des éléments diplomatiques trouvés dans l’ouvrage, Une vie de boy, par Ferdinand Oyono, Global Scientific journal, Vol.7, issue 6, pp. 1-22, ISSN 2320-9186

Fiadzawoo Jonas Kwbla, Achanso Adams Sulemana, Okyere Richard Baffour, (2018) Reading in the digital age: An overview of the habits of students of the faculty of education UDS, Tamale, Journal of Education Review, Vol. 10, Issue 2, 2018 pp. 89-101, ISSN:26591308

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