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Joseph Adjei

Educational qualification:

  • PhD (Digital Identity Management Systems), Aalborg University, Denmark.
  • MSc. Advanced Information Technology, London Southbank University, the UK.
  • Fellow, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, (ACCA), UK.
  • BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance, London Southbank University, the UK.

Areas of teaching activity:

Dr. Adjei teaches the following courses in the PhD program:

  • The role of ICT in Management Research
  • Technology and Innovation Management
  • Perspectives of Innovation in Management Research

Research and publication:

Dr. Adjei’s research focuses on the following areas:

  • Information Systems Management
  • Information Technology Project Management
  • Organization Study of Information System
  • Information and Knowledge Society
  • Accounting Information Systems

Selected publications:

  • Adjei, J. K., (2013); Towards a Trusted National Identities Framework. Published in, Info – Emerald, Volume (15), Issue (1), pp 48-60.
  • 3. Tobbin & Adjei, (2012) Understanding the characteristics of Early and Late Adopters of Technology: The case of Mobile Money; International Journal of E-Services and Mobile Applications (IJESMA) 4 (2), pp. 37-54, IGI Global
  • Adjei & Olesen, (2012) Secondary Uses of Personal Identity Information: Policies, Technologies and Regulatory Framework. Published in Digiworld Economic Journal, no. 88, 4th Q. 2012, pp. 79-98.
  • Adjei & Olesen, (2011) Keeping Identity Private; Establishing Trust in the Physical and Digital World for Identity Management Systems. Published in IEEE’s Vehicular Technology Magazine September 2011, pp. 70-79.

Emmanuel Adjepong

Educational qualification:

  • PhD candidate in Human Resources Management, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana
  • MBA, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Emmanuel teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Performance, Compensation & Total Reward Management,
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Research and publication:

Emmanuel’s research interest is in the following areas:

  • Human Resources Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Corporate Social Responsibility

Kwame Adom

Educational qualification:

  • PhD (Management – Entrepreneurship), the University of Sheffiled, the U.K.
  • Professional Diploma in Marketing, ACIM, Oxford College of Marketing, Sheffield, the U.K.
  • MBA (Finance), University of Leicester, the U.K.
  • BSc (Planning), University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Dr. Adom teaches the following courses in the MBA and doctoral programs:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship in the Global Market
  • Leadership Development and Competency Management

Research and publication:

Dr. Adom’s research is focused on the following areas where he has a number of publications:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship in the Global Market
  • Leadership Development and Competency Management

Selected list of publications:

  • Williams, C.C, Adom, K., Baric, M., Ladan, U., Onoshchenko, O., Muhammad, A. S., Shehryar, S., & White, R., (2011), Theorizing the self-service economy: a case study of do-it-yourself (DIY) activity. Journal of Economy and its Applications, Volume 2 No.1, pp 1-26
  • Adom, K. & Williams, C. C. (2012), Evaluating the motives of informal entrepreneurs in Koforidua, Ghana, Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship Vol. 17, No. 1
  • Adom, K & Williams, C. C. (2012) Evaluating the explanations for the informal economy in third world cities: some evidence from Koforidua in the eastern region of Ghana. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal vol. 8
  • Williams, C.C., Adom, K., Nadin, S., & Youssef, Y. (2012) Gender variations in the reason for engaging in informal entrepreneurship: some lessons from urban Brazil, Int. J. of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp 478-494
  • Adom, K (2014) Beyond the marginalization thesis, an examination of the motivations of informal entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa: Insights from Ghana, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vol 15, No 2, 2014, pp 113– 125
  • Williams, C. C., Adom, K., Sallah, A., Williams, N & Youssef, Y. (Forthcoming) Theorizing entrepreneurship in the informal sector in urban Brazil: a product of exit or exclusion? Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship

Papers currently under review:

  • Asamoah P. K. B. and Adom, K (under review). Evaluating the effects of Urbanisation on land uses in Ghana; fresh evidence from Atonsu, Kumasi. International Development Planning Review (December 2013)

Conference papers:

  • Adom, K. (2014) Female Entrepreneurship in Sub Saharan Africa: A recipe for Sustainable Development, some evidence from Ghana, ICSB 2014 World Entrepreneurship Conference which will be held in Dublin (Ireland) from June 11-14.
  • Adom, K (2013) Beyond the marginalization thesis: An analysis of the motivations of informal entrepreneurs in sub-Sahara Africa, evidence from Ghana: International conference on “Informal Economy and Development: Employment, Financing and Regulation in a Context of Crisis” held at the University Paris-Est Creteil, 6, 7 and 8 June 2013
  • Adom, K & Dwumah, A. (2012) Retheorising the motives of Informal Entrepreneurs in Koforidua, Ghana; 12th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisation, University Centre Chicago, 6 -8 July 2012, USA
  • Adom, K. (2010) An Evaluation of the Formal and Informal Economy Dualism: Evidence from Ghana; 10th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in organization. Montreal, 26-28 July 2010, Canada
  • Adom, K. (2007) Microfinance solution to poverty in Ghana; what are the problems?; The 8th International Academy of African Business and Development Conference proceedings, London Metropolitan University, May 29- June 2, 2007, UK,

Francis Boateng Agyenim

Educational qualification:

  • PhD in Engineering & Built Environment (Energy Storage), the University of Ulster, the U.K.
  • MSc in Energy Conversion & Management (specialization in renewable energy), University of Applied Sciences, Offenburg, Germany.
  • BSc (Hons) in Metallurgical Engineering, University of Science and Technology (UST), Kumasi, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Dr. Francis Boateng Agyenim who holds senior academic positions at Ghana Technology University College, Ghana as well as at the University of Nottingham, the U.K. teaches Research Methodology and Healthcare Management courses in the DBA and PhD programs.

Research and Publications:

Below is a selection of Dr. Agyenim’s publications:

  • F. Agyenim, I. Knight, M. Rhodes, Design and experimental testing of the performance of an outdoor LiBr/H2O solar thermal absorption cooling system with a cold store, Solar Energy 84 (2010), 735–744.
  • F. Agyenim, N. Hewitt, P. Eames,M. Smyth, A review of materials, heat transfer and phase change problem formulation for latent heat thermal energy storage systems (LHTESS), Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14 (2010), 615–628.
  • F. Agyenim, N. Hewitt, The development of a finned phase change material (PCM) storage system to take advantage of off-peak electricity tariff for improvement in cost of heat pump operation, Energy and Buildings 42 (9) (2010), 1552-1560.
  • F. Agyenim, N. Hewitt, The development of a finned phase change material (PCM) storage system to take advantage of off-peak electricity tariff for improvement in cost of heat pump operation, Energy and Buildings 42 (9) (2010), 1552-1560.
  • F. Agyenim, P.C. Eames, M. Smyth, A comparison of heat transfer enhancement in a medium temperature thermal energy storage heat exchanger using fins, Solar Energy 83 (2009), 1509–1520. F. Agyenim, P.C. Eames, M. Smyth, Heat transfer enhancement in medium temperature thermal energy storage system using a multitube heat transfer array, Renewable Energy 35 (2010), 198–207.
  • F. Agyenim, P.C. Eames, M. Smyth, Experimental study on the melting and solidification behaviour of a medium temperature phase change storage material (Erythritol) system augmented with fins to power a LiBr/H2O absorption cooling system, Renewable Energy 36(1) (2011), 108-117.

Albert Ahenkan

Educational Qualifications:

  • PhD in Social Health Sciences from Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium
  • MPhil in Human Ecology from Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium
  • B.A. from Kwame Nkrummah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.

Teaching activity:

Dr. Ahenkan coordinates the doctoral program in business administration at the University of Ghana, Legon. He teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe MBA and PhD programs with concentrations in Healthcare management:

  • Global Healthcare Management
  • Health Policy and Planning
  • Healthcare Management

Selected research and publication:

Dr. Ahenkan’s research output includes the following publications:

  • Ahenkan A and Boon E (2007), Conservation and Management of Biodiversity in West Africa – Case Study of Ghana, in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems, UNESCO, Paris, France
  • Ahenkan A and Boon E. (2008). Enhancing Food Security and Poverty Reduction in Ghana through non-timber forest products farming: Case study of Sefwi Wiawso District, GRIN Academic Publishing, Munich, Germany.
  • Ahenkan A, Boon, E, and Domfeh K A (2008). Human and environmental health linkages in Ghana: A case study of Bibiani-Bekwai and Sefwi Wiawso Districts, GRIN Academic Publishing, Munich, Germany. www.grin.com/de/preview/.html, 2008.
  • Boon. E, Tran. L T, Ahenkan. A (2008), Natural Disaster and Its Human Ecological Implications: The Case of the Asian Tsunami, in Sustainable Development and Good Governance, Edited by (S.B. Kendie and P. Martens), University of Cape Coast, Ghana.
  • Boon. E, Ahenkan. A and Nakuku. B. (2009). An Assessment of Forest Resources Policy and Management in Ghana, (Ed) Jenny Pope. In International Association for Impact Assessment.
  • Boon, E. K; Ahenkan A and Domfeh K A., (2010), “Placing the Environment in the Core of Ghana’s Development Agenda: Sustainability and Stakeholder Analysis,” in J. V. Mensah, S. B. Kendie & F. Enu-Kwesi (Eds.), Rethinking Development Studies in Africa, Cape Coast, Ghana: Institute for Development Studies, University of Cape Coast.
  • Yadav U, Ahenkan. A. Boon E, Ram, Krishna K Shrestha, Sangeeta R. (2010). Non-timber Forest Products in Bardiya District of Nepal: Indigenous Use, Trade and Conservation, Journal of Human Ecology, 30(3): 143-158 .
  • Ahenkan. A and Boon E (2010). Commercialization of Non-timber Forest Products in Ghana: Processing, Packaging and Marketing, Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.8 (2): 962-969 .
  • Ahenkan. A, and Boon. E (2011). Improving Nutrition and Health through Non-Timber Forest Products in Ghana, Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 29 (2):141- 148.
  • Ahenkan A and Boon E. (2010). Assessing the Impact of Forest Policies and Strategies on Promoting the Development of Non-Timber Forest Products in Ghana, Journal of Biodiversity, Journal of Biodiversity, 1 (2): 85-102.
  • Ahenkan A and Boon E (2011). Non-timber Forest Products (NTFPs): Clearing the Confusion in Semantics, Journal of Human Ecology 33(1): 1-9
  • Hai LT , Hai PH , Thai CL, Hugé J, Ahenkan A, Quynh LX, Hieu VV, Tung and Hens Luc (2011). Software for Sustainability Assessment: a Case Study in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam , Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 16 ( 6):541-550 .
  • Ahenkan A. and Boon. E (2011). NTFPs Farming and Economic Empowerment of Women in Ghana, Environment, Development and Sustainability Environment, Development &Sustainability, (13)16:863-878.
  • Ahenkan A, Boon E, (2011). Climate Change Adaptation through Sustainable Forest Management: A Case Study of Communities around the Sui River Forest Reserve, Ghana. In Proceedings of 18 Commonwealth Forest Conference, Edinburg, UK http://www.cfc2010.org/proceedings-tuesday.html
  • Ahenkan A and Boon E (2011). Improving Supply Chain of Non-timber Forest Products in Ghana, In Supply Chain Management-New Perspective, (ed) by Sanda Renko, In-Tech Free Access Publishing, Rijeka, Croatia.P443-459
  • Boon E. and Ahenkan A. (2012). The Socio-economic Contribution of African Migrants to their Home and Host Countries: The Case of Ghanaian Residents in Flanders, Belgium, Journal of International Migration and Integration 13(3): 343-363
  • Ahenkan. A and Boon E (2012). “Forest Reserves and Biodiversity Conservation in Ghana”, in Boon E, Hens L, and Oviedo. G (editors) Management of National Parks and Biodiversity Conservation in Africa, Kre Kamla-Raj Enterprise, Delhi,
  • Boon E, Nyigmah BJ, Ahenkan A (2012). Stakeholder Participation in Community Development Projects: An Analysis of the Quadripartite Model of the International Centre for Enterprise and Sustainable Development (ICED) in Ghana, Journal of Community Development (online first)10.1080/15575330.2011.651729.
  • Eyong T C, Boon. E and Ahenkan. A. (2012). “Of what Value are National Parks? A Case of How Optimization Could Reduce the Current Bedlam in the Korup National Park, Cameroon”, in Boon E, Hens L, and Oviedo. G (editors) Management of National Parks and Biodiversity Conservation in Africa , Kre Kamla-Raj Enterprise, Delhi, India.
  • Boon E, Ahenkan A (2012) Assessing Climate Change Impacts on Ecosystem Services and Livelihoods in Ghana: Case Study of Communities around Sui Forest Reserve. Journal of Ecosystem and ecography S3:001. doi:10.4172/2157-7625.S3-001.
  • Domfeh, K. A., Ahenkan, A., & Bawole, J. N. (2012). Is sustainable development achievable in Ghana? An analysis of Ghana’s development policy achievements and challenges. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, 11(3), 304-317.

Alex Akrofi

Educational qualification:

  • Executive MBA, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Teaching activity:

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Operations Management, Logistics.

Research andpublication:

Alex’s areas of research interest are:

  • Curriculum development
  • Procurement
  • Logistics

Rainer Akumperigya

Educational qualification:

  • PhD in Law, University of Aberdeen Law School, the U.K.
  • LLM,University of Aberdeen Law School, the U.K.
  • Bachelor of Law, Univ of Ghana Law School, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Rainer has teaching responsibility for the following courses:

  • Legal Environment of Business
  • Business Law
  • Legal Aspects of Healthcare Management

Research and publication:

Rainer’s research interest is in the Regulation of petroleum where he has a number of publications.

Isaac Kwame Amoah-Ahinful

Educational qualifications:

  • B.A (Hons) in Economics & Sociology, University Of Cape Coast, Ghana
  • MBA (Finance), University Of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Mr. Amoah-Ahinful teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe MBA program:

  • Foundations of Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship in the Global Market
  • Entrepreneurship Business Plan
  • Accounting and Finance

Areas of Research and publication:

  • Global entrepreneurship
  • Global Finance
  • Accounting

Selected publications:

  • Empowerment of women in agriculture with credit through education (a research paper delivered during National Annual Micro finance programme at the University of Cape Coast), 2010.
  • The role of microfinance in empowering low-income Women (a paper paper delivered during National Annual Micro finance programme at University of Cape Coast), 2008.
  • Sustainability of Microfinance Institution under fragmented interest rate regime (2008).
  • The effect of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) on Ghanaian banking (2001)
  • The Impact of Intermediate Technology Transfer Unit (ITTU) on the Ghanaian Economy (2000).

Mary Amoakoh-Coleman

Educational qualification:

  • PhD Clinical Epidemiology, The Julius University Medical Center, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
  • MPH Public Health, Univ of Ghana
  • MBChB, Univ of Ghana.

Teaching activity:

Dr. Amoakoh-Coleman teaches the following courses in the PhD (Healthcare Management) programs:

  • Public Health
  • Applied Epidemiology

Research and publication:

Dr. Amoakoh-Coleman’s areas of research interest include the following where she has a number of publications:

  • Tropical diseases
  • Child mortality

Gertrude Amoakohene

Educational qualification:

  • MBA, The University of Liecester, the U.K.
  • MSc in Finance, Oxford Brookes University, the U.K.
  • BSc in Mathematics

Teaching activity:

Gertrude teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Global Investments
  • Financial Markets
  • Global Corporate Finance

Research and publication:

Gertrude’s primary research interest is in Marketing Research where she’s involved in a number of projects.

Emmanuel Ankrah-Odame

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD Candidate in Health Economics, University of Cape Town, Ghana.
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) with specialization in Health Economics, University of Ghana, Ghana.
  • MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery), University of Ghana Medical School, Ghana.
  • BSc in Medical Science, University of Ghana Medical School, Ghana.

Further qualifications:

  • Specialist in Health Policy, Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons, 2012
  • Measuring utility in health technology assessment by Health Technology Assessment lnternational in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 2011.
  • Hospital Based Health Technology Assessment by Health Technology Assessment Intemational in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2011 Health Information Systems organized by the Health Service, Ghana.
  • Introduction to Pharmacoeconomics by International Society for Pharmacoecomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) in Baltimore, USA, 2011.
  • Bayesian Analysis; Overview and Applications by ISPOR in Baltimore, USA, 2011
  • Bayesian Analysis Advanced by ISPOR in Baltimore, USA Risk sharing Performance based arrangements in medical Devices by ISPOR in Baltimore, USA, 2011.
  • Scientific Communication: Managing Bibliographies and References using Endnote X4, 2011.
  • Consultancy “soft skills” training workshop in Ghana, 2011.
  • 2011 Study tour of Rwanda and Zambia to understudy their health system, couples counselling in HIV and performance based financing.
  • Reproductive and Child Health Epidemiology organized by CDC, Atlanta in Ghana, 2011.
  • 2010 Newer methods of HIV Care and Treatment, Strengthening institutional public health unit in Ghana
  • National Health Insurance Clinical Audit Training, Ghana, 2010.
  • Certificate in Cell Fate Regulation Research and Education; from Molecular Basis to Clinical Application, Ghana, 2009.
  • Certificate in International Course for Clinical Immunology of Infectious Diseases-Total Quality Management, Ghana, 2008.
  • Antiretroviral Therapy Management Workshop, Ghana, 2006
  • Introduction to Investments: Workshop on Rational use of Drugs, 2005
  • Elective programme in Cardiology, Hadassal1 Medical Centre, Israel, 2004.

Areas of teaching activity

Dr. Ankrah-Odame who is an adjunct faculty member from the Ghana Ministry of Health and Ghana Technology University College teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe MBA program with specialization in Healthcare Management:

  • Global Healthcare Management
  • Public Health
  • Applied Epidemiology

Research and Publication:

Dr. Ankrah-Odame’s research and publication activity focuses primarily on Health Economics.

Bernard Appiah-Kubi

Educational qualification:

  • MSc in Embedded Systems Design, Univ of Lugano, Switzerland,

Teaching activity:

  • Value Chains, Networks & Knowledge Management
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Innovation and Technology Management

Research and publication:

Bernard’s areas of research interest are:

  • Web development
  • Network security monitoring

Kwesi Asabir

Educational qualification:

  • PhD in Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester, the U.K.
  • MSc in Human Resources Development, the University of Manchester, the U.K.
  • Diploma in HRM & Health System Management, Galilee College, Israel
  • Diploma in Health Sciences Education, University of Cape Coast, Ghana
  • Diploma in Public Health Inspection, School of Hygiene, Accra, Ghana
  • Human Resources Management,

Areas of teaching activity:

Dr. Asabir teaches the following courses in the Institution’s MBA and Doctoral programs:

  • Management of Human Resources in Healthcare
  • Health Policy and Planning
  • Global healthcare Management

Research and Publication:

Dr. Asabir’s research interests are in the following areas where he has a number of publications:

  • International Development Governance
  • Human Resources for Health

Selected Publications:

  • International Migration of Skilled Health Professionals from Ghana: Impact and Policy Responses, BMC Medical Education Journal, 2009
  • Rural Practice Preference Among Medical Students in Ghana, World Health Organization, 2010
  • Rural Practice Preference Among Medical Students in Ghana (2010)
  • Willingness To Work In Rural Areas And The Role Of Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Professional Motivations – A Survey Of Medical Students In Ghana, BMC Medical Education, 2011.

Franklin Asamoah-Baah

Educational qualification:

  • BSc (Hons) in Psychology, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana
  • MBA, Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA
  • Oracle Masters (Post –Graduate Degree) Oracle University, USA 2002
  • PhD in Operations Research and Management , Colorado State University, USA

Teaching activity:

Dr. Asamoah-Baah who is an Adjunct faculty member from GTUC teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe MBA and doctoral programs:

  • Information and Business Strategy
  • Management of Innovation and Change
  • Strategic Management

Research and publication:

Dr. Asamoah-Baah’s research activity is focused on Electronic data systems, e-commerce, Operations Research and Management where he has a number of publications.

Charles Asare

Educational qualification:

  • B.A. (Hons) in banking, Economics, and Law, London Metropolitan University, the U.K.
  • Diploma in Management (Banking and Financial Services), University of Leicester, the U.K.
  • MBA, the University of Sunderland, the U.K.

Further qualifications

  • Continuous Professional Development (CPD) – Chartered Institute of Marketing UK (CIM) requirement
  • CPD – “Avoiding Plagiarism through Assessment Design”, Coventry University, the U.K.
  • CPD – “The Assessment Journey from Learning Outcomes to Moderation”, Coventry University, the U.K.
  • Faculty Certificate in Online Teaching, Ghana technology University College (GTUC), Ghana.

Mr. Asare from GTUC is an Adjunct faculty member at CASS Europe with teaching responsibility for the following courses in Institution’s BBA and MBA programs:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Marketing Research
  • Financial Management

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Tony Bediako

Educational qualification:

  • MBA, Unversity of Ghana
  • MSc Management Information Systems, University of Washington, DC

Teaching activity:

Tony teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • ICT Project Management
  • Management Information Systems

Research and publication:

Tony’s research interests are in the following areas where he’s cufrrently preparing a number of publications:

  • Management Information Systems
  • Project Management

Kweku Berchie

Educational qualification:

  • MBA-Accounting & Finance, Keller Graduate School of Management, Atlanta Georgia USA
  • Bsc (Honors, Magna cum Laude) in Business Administration & Accounting, DeVry University, Atlanta Georgia, USA.
  • Diploma in Theatre Arts, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Kweku teaches the following courses in the Institution’s programs:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Global Investments
  • Financial Management
  • Financial Markets

Research and publications:

Kweku Berchie’s areas of research are the following areas where he has a number of on-going research projects :

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Global Investments
  • Financial Management
  • Financial Markets

David Boateng

Educational qualification:

  • PhD in Finance, University of Southampton, U.K.
  • MBA Finance, University of Hull, U.K.

Teaching activity:

David teaches the following courses in the MBA and doctoral programs:

  • Portfolio & Financial Risk Management
  • Global Investments
  • Global Corporate Finance

Research and publication:

David’s areas of research interest are Corporate Finance and Global Investments where he has a number of on-going research projects.

Ezer Yeboah Boateng

Educational qualification:

  • PhD in Information & Communications Technology (ICT) (Cyber-Security Challenges with SMEs in Developing Economies: Issues of Confidentiality, Integrity & Availability), center for Communications, Media & Information technologies (CMI), Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • MSc in Telecommunications (Magna cum Laude) (Digital Signal Processing (DSP) with Biometric Security & Wireless Network Security), Stratford University, Falls Church, VA, USA.
  • BSc (honors) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Telecommunications & Microprocessor-based Systems), University of Science & Technology (UST), Kumasi, Ghana.

Further qualification:

  • Certificate in UNIX – C/C++ Object Oriented Programming, Success Consultants, Inc., Herndon, VA, USA, Jan. – Mar. 2001.
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Professional Practice (PgCert HEPP), Coventry University, Accra Campus, Ghana, 02/2013 – 04/2014
  • ACCA Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Management, Bench Mark Financial Training Center (BFTC), Accra, Ghana, 09/2006.

Teaching activity:

Dr. Boateng teaches the following courses in the the institution’s MBA, DBA and PhD programs:

  • Innovation and Technology Management
  • Information Systems Management
  • Information Systems and Business Intelligence
  • Technology and Innovation Management
  • Enterprise Resource Planning

Research and Publication:

Dr. Boateng’s research focuses on the following areas where he’s published extensively:

  • Social Engineering
  • Cloud computing
  • Cyber Security
  • E-Commerce
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Knowledge Management

Selected publications:

  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer Osei, and Priscilla Mateko Amanor. “Phishing, SMiShing & Vishing: An Assessment of Threats against Mobile Devices.” Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences 5, no. 4 (2014): 297-307.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O. & Kofi Asare Essandoh, ”Factors Influencing The Adoption of Cloud Computing By SMEs in Developing Economies”; International Journal of Emerging Science & Engineering (IJESE), Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Science Publication, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 13-20, Feb. 2014.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O., ”Of Social Engineers & Corporate Espionage Agents: How Prepared Are SMEs in Developing Economies?”; Journal of Electronics & Communications Engineering Research (JECER), Quest Journals, Vol. 1, No.3, pp. 14-22, November, 2013.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O. & Kofi Asare Essandoh, ”Cloud Computing: The Level of Awareness Amongst SMEs in Developing Economies”; Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing & Information Sciences, Vol. 4, No. 11, pp. 832-839, November, 2013.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O., ”Of Social Engineers & Corporate Espionage Agents: How Prepared Are SMEs in Developing Economies?”; Journal of Electronics & Communications Engineering Research (JECER), Quest Journals, Vol. 1, No.3, pp. 14-22, November, 2013.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O. & Kofi Asare Essandoh, ”Cloud Computing: The Level of Awareness Amongst SMEs in Developing Economies”; Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing & Information Sciences, Vol. 4, No. 11, pp. 832-839, November, 2013.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O. & Stephen Cudjoe-Seshie, ”Cloud Computing: The Emergence of Applications Services Providers (ASPs) in Developing Economies”; International Journal of Emerging Technology & Advanced Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 5, pp. 703-712, May, 2013.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O., ”Fuzzy Similarity Measures Approach in Benchmarking Taxonomies of Threats Against SMEs in Developing Economies”; Canadian Journal on Computing in Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Engineering & Medicine, AM Publishers, Vol. 4 No. 1, pp. 34-44, February, 2013.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O., ”Using Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCMs) to Evaluate the Vulnerabilities with ICT Assets Disposal Policies”, International Journal of Engineering & Computer Science (IJECS-IJENS), Vol. 12 No. 5, pp. 20-31, October 2012.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, E. & Reza Tadayoni, ”Cyber-Security – Policy & Regulatory Implications on SMEs in Developing Economies”; 21st European Regional International Telecommunications Society (ITS) Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark – September 13-15, 2010.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer, ”System Performance Design Objectives – Choosing a Switching System”; The Ghana Engineer, Journal of the Ghana Institution of Engineers, Vol. 18 No. 1, pp. 35-38, 1998.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer Osei, ”Recontextualization of Cyber-Risk Functional Arguments with Fuzzy Polynomials”; International Journal of Fuzzy Logic Systems, (Aug. 2014 –planned).
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer Osei, and Eric Bonnah Boadi. “An Assessment of Corporate Security Policy Violations Using Live Computer Forensics Analysis.” International Journal of Network Security & its Applications (July 2014 – planned).
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O. & Charles E. Appiagyei, ”Solutions to Advanced Level Mathematics”; UST Press, Kumasi, June 1985.
  • Yeboah-Boateng, Ezer O.,”Start-Rite with Additional Modern Mathematics”; UST Press, Kumasi, June 1984.

Thomas Buabeng

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD Administration and Organization Theory, University of Bergen, Norway
  • MPhil in Public Administration, The University of Bergen, Norway
  • BA in Sociology and Political Science, The University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Teaching activity:

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Leadership Development & Competency Management
  • Global Diversity and Cross-Cultural Management

Research and publication:

Dr. Buabeng’s areas of research interests are:

  • Democracy and Public policy Process.
  • The relationship among culture, politics, and resources and their impact on policymaking and implementation in African countries with emphasis on the role of the state, civil society, and the private sector actors in shaping policy decisions in developing countries.
  • Public policy implementation with emphasis on pro-poor programs.

Selected publications:

  • Implementing Public Policy at the Local Level: The experience of Ghana Poverty Reduction Strategy.
  • The Politics of public policy implementation in Africa: Lessons from four local governments in Ghana
  • The Politics of Development Assistance in Developing Countries: The Experience of Ghana.
  • Culture and tradition, the bane of pro-poor interventions in developing countries: the experience of Northern Ghana .
  • Explaining regional variations in implementation performance of social programs in developing countries: empirical evidence from four districts in Ghana.

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Stanley Coffie

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD in Marketing and Strategyat Birkbeck College, University of London.
  • MA in Marketing Management at Middlesex University, London.
  • BA (Hons), University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

Teaching activity:

Dr. Coffie teaches the following courses in the MBA and doctoral programs

  • Marketing Management
  • Strategic Management
  • International Marketing
  • International Business

Research and Publication:

Dr. Coffie’s research is focused on the following areas where he has a number of publications:

  • Marketing Management
  • International Marketing
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Service Marketing

Selected publications:

  • Blankson, C., Kirsten, C., Crawford, J., Kalafatis, S., Singh, J. & Coffie, S. (2013). A review of the relationships and impact of market orientation and market positioning on
    organisational performance. Journal of Strategic Marketing. Retrieved in August 2013 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0965254x.2013. 804857 (Published).
  • Coffie, S. and Owusu-Frimpong, N. (2014). Alternative Positioning Strategies for Services in Ghana.Thunderbird International Business Review. (Accepted, published in November 2014).
  • Blankson, C., Kalafatis, S., Tsogas, M. & Coffie, S. (2014). Positioning service brands: managerial decisions, communications strategy and consumers’ perceptions. Journal of Product & Brand Management. (Under Review).
  • Coffie, S. (2014).Congruence of Service Positioning in Ghana: An Empirical Examination. International Journal of Arts and Sciences. (Under Review).
    Conference Papers
  • Blankson, C., Kalafatis, S., Tsogas, M.& Coffie, S. (2013). Congruence in Positioning Service Brands: An Empirical Examination.AMS Conference in July 2013, Australia.
  • Coffie, S. (2013). A Review of the Relevance of Prescriptive Organisational Theories to Business Practices in Ghana. IAABD Conference in May 2013, GIMPA, Ghana.
  • Coffie, S. (2013).Congruence of Service Positioning in Ghana: An Empirical Examination. International Journal of Arts and Sciences Conference, November 2013, London.

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Julius Dasah

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD in Statistics, North Carolina State University, USA
  • M.S. in Biostatistics, University of Vermont, USA
  • B.Sc., Mathematics and Statistics, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Dr. Dasah teaches the following courses:

  • Quantitative Research Methodology
  • Statistics for Managers
  • Managerial Economics
  • Leadership Development and Competency Management

Research and Publication :

Dr. Dasah’s research interest is in the following areas where he has a number of publications:

  • Econometrics
  • Quantitative Techniques
  • Leadership Management & Administration

Selected publications:

  • Yeboah, J., Amponsah, R. and Dasah, J. (2009) “Project Leadership Styles in the Private and Public Sector,” GIMPA Journal Leadership, Management and Administration, Vol 5, No.2
  • Hinson, R., Owusu-Frimpong, N. and Dasah, J (2009), “Key motivations for bank customers in Ghana ,” International Journal of Bank Marketing, Vol. 27. No.5.
  • Hinson, R., Dasah, J and Owusu-Frimpong, N. (2009), “Undergraduate first time bank customer’s perception of service quality in Ghana,” International Business Economics, Working Paper Series, No.5.
  • Andoh, C and Dasah, J (2013), “Some general results on continuous probability distributions with applications in risk management” ( In Review: Journal of Risk Management).
  • Dasah J. B, and Assibey-Yeboah, M (2013 ), “Are Interest rates high in Ghana ?” (In Preparation)
  • Assibey-Yeboah M and Dasah, J, (2013), “Do budget deficits cause inflation in Ghana?” (In Preparation).

Emmanuel Dugbenoo

Educational Qualification:

  • MBA in Human Resource Management (1997) University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana
  • MA in Population Studies (1986) University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.
  • BA (Hons) in Pol. Science with Sociology (1982) University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Further qualification:

  • MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, USA International Faculty Fellows Programme, June 2005
  • Management Development Programmes:

  • Industrial Relations Conference, (Nov. 2005) – Mauritius
  • Case Teaching, Harvard Business School, (May 2005) – USA
  • Senior Executive Development Seminar (May 2000) – GIMPA Leadership Training (August 1994) – Singapore
  • Strategic Management (August 1993) – GIMPA
  • Personnel Management (December 1991) – GIMPA

Teaching activity:

Mr. Dugbenoo teaches the following courses in the Institution’s MBA program:

  • Leadership Development and Competency Management.
  • Global Diversity and Cross Cultural Management.

Research and publication

Mr. Dugbenoo’s focus of research and publication are:

Organizational Development, Organizational Change, and Training Design where he has the following publications:

  • Implications of Organization Change for Human Resource Planning. A Case Study of the CSIR (1997)
  • The Case for Strategic Human Resource Management in Ghanaian Companies.
  • Evaluating Induction & Orientation programmes in Selected Organizations.
  • Approaches to Analyzing Training Needs in Ghanaian Organizations
  • The Role of the Commission on Human Rights & Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) in the Resolution of Industrial Disputes in Ghana.
  • Population Growth, Food Production & Policy Implications in Ghana (1986)
  • Task Force: Students Served the Nation (1982).

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Mathew K. Edusei

Educational Qualification:

  • MBChB, University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.
  • MSc in Human Biology, University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.
  • MPA, GIMPA, Accara, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Mathew teaches the following courses in the MBA (Healthcare Management) program:

  • Strategic Management of Healthcare
  • Public Health

Research and publications:

Mathew’s research interests are in the areas of his teaching activity as indicated above.

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Stephen Gyamfi

Educational Qualification:

  • MA International Transactions/Business, George Mason University, Fairfax, U.S.A.
  • BS Public Administration, George Mason University, Fairfax, U.S.A.
  • Certificate in Project management, George Mason University, Fairfax, U.S.A.

Teaching activity:

Stephen teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • International Business
  • Global Business Strategy
  • ICT Project Management

Research and publication:

Stephen’s research interests are in the following areas:

  • International Negotiation
  • International Business
  • Global Business Strategy

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Muhammed Hamisu

Educational Qualification:

  • B.A. Management Studies, University of Cape Coast, Ghana
  • Higher national Diploma (HND) in Accounting
  • MBA, University of Leicester, the U.K.

Teaching activity:

Mr. Hamisu teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • International Finance
  • Global Corporate finance

Research and publication:

Mr Hamisu’s principal areas of research interest are:

  • Financial Reporting
  • Auditing
  • Taxation

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Elikem Kuenyehia

Educational Qualification:

  • MA in Jurisprudence, Univ of Oxford, the U.K.
  • MBA Entrepreneurship, Kellog School of Management, Northwestern University, U.S.A.

Teaching activity:

Elikem teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Creating &Sustaining a Successful Business, Entrepreneurship
  • International Business Law
  • Entrepreneurship Business Plan

Research and publication:

Elikem’s research interests are in the following areas:

  • Venture capital
  • Corporate communication

Emmanuel Kwaning

Educational Qualification:

  • MBA (with specialization inFinance) University of Ghana, Ghana
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Hons), University of Cape Coast, Ghana

Further qualifications:

  • Successfully Completed short courses on Continuing Professional Development, August 2012.

Areas of teaching activity:

Emmanuel who is an Adjunct faculty member from GTUC and the University of Ghana teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe BBA and MBA programs:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Financial Markets
  • International Finance.

Research and publication activity:

Emmanuel’s principal area of research is Financial Intermediation where he has a number of publications.

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Olivia Mansah

Educational Qualification:

  • Executive MBA (Project Management Specialization), The University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

Teaching activity:

Olivia teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Global Supply Chain Optimization
  • ICT Project Management
  • Operations Management

Research and publication:

Olivia’s principal research interest is in supply chain systems where she’s preparing a number of publications

Joseph Mensah

Educational Qualification:

  • Ph.D., Geography, University of Alberta, Edmonton
  • MA, Geography, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario
  • BA (Hons.), University of Ghana, Legon-Accra

Teaching activity:

Dr. Mensah who is a Professor at York University, Canada, teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe DBA and PhD programs as an Adjunct faculty:

  • Philosophy of Science
  • Qualitative Research Methododology
  • Quantitative Research Methodology

Research and Publication:

Professor Mensah’s research has a particular focus on Quantitative Techniques and Applications, Development Research Methods, Research Design & Formulation, Population and Migration, among others where he has published extensively. The following is a selection of Prof. Mensah’s publications:
Books Sole-Authored * Mensah, J. (2002), Black Canadians: History, Experience, Social Conditions (Halifax: Fernwood Publishing), (Listed in Quill & Quire‘s Books for Everybody, Fall 2002), 292 pages

  • Revised Edition of Black Canadians (2010), 293 pages.
  • Edited/Co-Edited

  • Mensah, J. (ed.). (2008) Neoliberalism and Globalization in Africa: Contestations on the Embattled Continent. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Mensah, J. (ed.) (2006) Understanding Economic Reforms in Africa: A Tale of Seven Nations (Brunel Road, Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hants UK: Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Osei Prempeh; Mensah, J. and Adjibolosoo, S. (eds.) (2004) Globalization and the Human Factor: Critical Insights, (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing).
  • Monographs

  • Mensah, J. and Adjibolosoo, S. (1998). Demographic Profile of African Immigrants in the Lower Mainland of BC. A monograph prepared for the British Columbia Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and Immigration (Vancouver: Community Liaison Division).
  • Adjibolosoo, S. and Mensah, J (1998). The Provision of Settlement Services to African Immigrants in the Lower Mainland of BC. A monograph prepared for the British Columbia Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and Immigration (Vancouver: Community Liaison Division).
  • Journal Articles

  • Mensah, J. Williams, C.J., &Aryee, E. (2012) ―Gender, power, and religious transnationalism among the African diaspora in Canada.‖ African Geographical Review, Vol. 31. No. 2. Doi: 10.1080/1937 6812.2012.734249 pp. 1-14
  • Frempong, G., Ma, X., and Mensah, J. (2012). ―Access to postsecondary education: can schools compensate for socioeconomic disadvantage?‖ Higher Education Vol. 63. DOI 10.1007/s10734-011-9422-2. pp. 19-32
  • Mensah, J. Oppong, J.R.; and Schmidt, C. M. (2010) ―Ghana‘s National Health Insurance Scheme in the Context of the Health MDGs: An Empirical Evaluations Using Propensity Score Matching‖ Health Economics. Vol. 19, Issue SI, page 95-106.
  • Mensah, J. (2009) ―Doing Religion‖ Overseas: The Characteristics and Functions of Ghanaian Immigrants Churches in Toronto, Canada‖ Societies Without Borders: Human Rights and the Social Science. Volume 4, pp. 21-44.
  • Mensah, J. (2008) ―The African Immigrant Church and the Settlement and Integration of Africans in Canada: Preliminary Observations‖ Direction: Research and Policy on Eliminating Racism Canadian Race Relation Foundation. Vol. 4 No. 2 Winter, p. 83-88.
  • Mensah, J. (2008) Religious transnationalism among Ghanaian immigrants in Toronto: A binary logistic regression analysis‖ The Canadian Geographer Vol. 52. no. 3, p. 309-330.
  • Mensah, J. &Firang, D. 2007. ―The Heterogeneity of Blacks in Ontario and the Racial Discrimination Boomerang‖ Our Diverse Cities/Nosdiversescités, No. 4, Fall, p. 20-25.
  • Mensah, J. (2006) ―Cultural dimensions of globalization in Africa: A dialectical interpenetration of the local and the global‖ Studies in Political Economy. Vol. 77 (Spring), pp. 57-83 [Reproduce in J. Mensah (ed., 2008), Neoliberalism and Globalization in Africa: Contestations on the Embattled Continent‖ (New York: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 33-54]
  • Mensah, J. (2004-2006)―Official multiculturalism in Canada: A critique of prevailing criticism‖ International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations,Vol. 4., p. 1139-1149
  • Edwards, R; Wu, S.C; Mensah, J. (2005) ―City Profile: Georgetown, Guyana‖ CITIES:International Journal of Urban Policy and Panning, Vol. 22, Issue 6, pp. 446-454.
  • Mensah, J. and Fredua-Antoh, E. (2005) ―Reflections on women‘s indigenous organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa: A comparative study from the BrongAhafo Region of Ghana.‖ Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 26(1):82-101.
  • Mensah, J. (2005) ―On the ethno-cultural heterogeneity of Blacks in our ‗EthniCities‘‖ Canadian Issues, (Spring) pp. 72-77.
  • Mensah, J. (2004: Guest Editor) ―Human factor theory and practice: An introduction to a critical interrogation‖ Review of Human Factor Studies [Special Edition] Vol. 10 No. 1, pp. 1-6.; and ―The human factor framework: A Preliminary synthesis of claims and counterclaims‖ in the same Volume, pp. 168-184.
  • Mensah, J. &Rupananda, W. (2002), ―Exploring the impacts of structural adjustment programs on the provision of selected economic and social services in rural Sri Lanka,‖ Asia- Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD) Vol. 12:1 p. 32-51.
  • Rupananda, W. &Mensah, J. (2002), ―Structural adjustment programs and rural agricultural economy: The case study of the Monaragala District of Sri Lanka,‖ Regional Development Studies, p. 119-137.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. &Mensah, J. (1998), ―Demographic profile and settlement problems of African immigrants in the Vancouver Metropolitan Area of British Columbia: A human factor assessment,‖ Review of Human Factor Studies4:2 p. 32-63.
  • Mensah, J. (1997), ―Colonialism and human factor degradation in Africa,‖ Review of Human Factor Studies.3:1 p. 46-64.

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Theophilus Nyamekye

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD (Public Health and Health Services Management), The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, the UK.
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Research, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, the U.K
  • MSc Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing, Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana.
  • MBA, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.
  • Bachelor of Arts (Nursing with Psychology), University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

Teaching activity:

Dr. Nyamekye teach the following courses in the MBA and PhD Healthcare Management programs:

  • Public Health
  • Health and Social Care Marketing
  • International Health Management
  • Marketing Research

Research and publication:

Dr. Nyamekye’s areas of research activity are the following:

  • Public Health Research
  • Procurement
  • Human Resources Management
  • Marketing Research
  • Entrepreneurship

A selection of Dr. Nyamekye’s publication is as follows:

  • A critical analysis of past and present purchasing strategies of the Ministry of Health Ghana: A focus on purchasing product portfolio models and sector-wide approaches’, the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen , U.K.
  • A critical analysis of the contribution of leagile strategies to the achievement of supply chain efficiency and effectiveness: The case of the European airline industry, Aberdeen Business School, the U.K.

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Salome Odom

Educational Qualification:

  • MBA (Human Resources Management), University of Ghana Business School, Legon, Ghana
  • Certificate in Human Resources Management, GIMPA, Accra, Ghana
  • B.A. (Social Studies in Education), University of Cape Coast, Ghana
  • Diploma in Geography, University of cape Coast, Ghana.

Teaching activity:

Salome Odoom teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Managing People in the Information Age
  • Human Resources Management
  • Human Resources Information Systems

Research and publication

  • Salome’s research interest is in the field of Human Capital development & Salary Mgt

Eugene Ofusuhene

Educational Qualification:

  • MBA in Finance, University of Ghana Business School, Accra, Ghana
  • A.C.C.A, London School of Accountancy, the U.K.
  • A.C.C.A Intermediate Studies, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana.

Teaching activity:

Eugene teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe MBA program:

  • Fianance, Accounting, and Helathcare Management

Research and publication:

Eugene Ofusuhene’s research activities are focused on accounting and finance.

Samuel Oteng

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD candidate (Construction Project Management), Birmingham City University, U.K.
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Professional Practice, Coventry University
  • MSc (Construction Project Management) Birmingham City University, U.K.
  • BSc (Building Technology), KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Samuel Oteng teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • ICT Project Management
  • Global Operations Strategy
  • Operations Facilities and Systems Design

Research and publication:

Samuel Oteng’s research interest are in the fields of Project Costing and Operations Management.

Selected publications:

  • Smith, B., and Oteng, S., Impact of the Economic down turn on claims in the UK construction industry, Proc. Building and Real Estate Research Conference of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (COBRA), 12-13 September 2011, Salford, UK.
  • Miller, J., and Oteng, S., Assessment of the factors influencing indirect cost estimating decisions of contractors in the UK construction industry; Submitted to the Construction, Building and Real Estate Research Conference of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (COBRA), 2-3 September 2010, Paris, France.
  • McManus A.J., Coates L.E., Gaterell M.R., and Oteng S., The provision of sustainable social housing in the UK through the Code for Sustainable Homes. Energy. Policy, 38(4), 2013-2019 (2010).
  • Oteng S., (2009) The Power of Dreaming Big; Fast Print Publishers; Peterborough, UK (Cover page – see attached).
  • Oteng S., Integration of Value Management approach in Birmingham City Centre Regeneration projects. Submitted to Birmingham Regeneration Committee (BRC) (2009).

Anthony Owusu-Ansah

Educational Qualification:

  • Received PhD in Real Estate (Property) Finance and Economics, University of Aberdeen, U.K.
  • MSc in Real Estate Management, the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
  • BSc in Land Economy, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.

Teaching activity at CASS Europe relates to the following courses in the MBA, DBA, and PhD programs:

  • Global Corporate Finance
  • Global Investments
  • Portfolio and Financial Risk Management
  • International Business
  • Dr. Owusu-Ansah’s research activity includes the following:

  • An examination of companies. corporate capital structure policies
  • Financial securitization and mortgage markets
  • Examination of the efficiency of real estate and financial markets
  • Modeling of housing market dynamics and real estate valuation
  • Financial Asset Pricing and the role of real estate in portfolio management
  • Construction and application of real estate prices indices
  • Selected Publication:

  • Owusu-Ansah, A. (In press) The Dynamics of Residential Property Values in Developing Markets. The case of Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of International Real Estate and Construction Studies.
  • Owusu-Ansah, A. (2013) Construction of property price indices: temporal aggregation and accuracy of various index methods. Property Management, 31(2), pp.115-131.
  • Owusu-Ansah, A. and Abdulai, R T. (2012) A comparative analysis of corporate capital structure policies in real estate and other industries in Sweden, Current Politics and Economics of Europe, 23(3-4) – Forthcoming.
  • Owusu-Ansah, A. (2012) Examination of the Determinants of Housing Values in Urban Ghana and Implications for Policy Makers. Journal of African Real Estate Research, 2(1), pp. 58-85.
  • Owusu-Ansah, A. (2011) A Review of Hedonic Pricing Models in Housing Research. Journal of International Real Estate and Construction Studies. 1(1), pp. 19-38.
  • Abdulai, R. T. and Owusu-Ansah, A. (2010) House Price Determinants in Liverpool, United Kingdom, Current Politics and Economics of Europe, 22(1), pp. 1-26.
  • Book chapters

  • Owusu-Ansah, A., (2013) A Review of Hedonic Pricing Models in Housing Research. In A Compendium of International Real Estate and Construction Issues, Chapter 2, pp. 17-38, Nova Science Publishers Inc.,New York, ISBN: 978-1-62417-084-3.
  • Abdulai, R.T. and Owusu-Ansah, A., (2012) House Price Determinants in Liverpool, United Kingdom. In Economic and Political Issues in Europe, Chapter 1, pp. 1-19, Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York, ISBN: 978-1-61470-454-6.
  • Abdulai, R.T. and Owusu-Ansah, A., (2011) Hedonic Regression Analysis of House Price Determinants in Liverpool, England. In F. Columbus (Ed.) Housing Policy, Chapter 4, pp. 119-138, Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York, ISBN: 978-1-61728-968-2.
  • Papers in progress

  • Owusu-Ansah, A., Roberts, D., Schulz, R. and Wersing M. (in progress) Developing a local house price index: The case of Aberdeen, Scotland. To be submitted to the Housing Studies Journal.
  • Owusu-Ansah, A. (in progress) Modelling the Supply of New Residential Construction for Local Housing Markets: The case of Aberdeen, UK. To be submitted to Urban Studies.
  • Owusu-Ansah A, Aguh C., and Barimah A. S. (in progress) Examination of the efficiency of stock markets for developing countries. To be submitted to the African Finance Journal.
  • Owusu-Ansah A, Barimah A. S. (in progress) The Impact of Advertisement on the Profitability of Financial Institutions: A Case Study of Ghanaian Banks. To be submitted to the African Review of Economics and Finance.

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Joseph Quarshi

Educational Qualification:

  • MSc (Accounting and Finance) – South Bank University, the U.K.
  • ACCA (Qualified) – Financial Training College (London), the U.K.
  • ACCA Foundation – University of Central England, the U.K.
  • Diploma in Accounting – University of Ghana, Ghana

Teaching activity:

John Quarshie teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Portfolio and Financial Risk Management
  • Global Corporate Finance

Research and publication activity:

John’s research is focused on Project Accounting, Auditing and Account System design where he has a number of publications including the following:

  • The professional financial manager and the survival of the modern business –CIMA week celebration (British Council)
  • The Responsibilities of the Auditor: External and Internal (Sierra Leone)
  • Effective Personal Monetary Strategies – a key to survival in the 21st century – KNUST Art College week celebration (KNUST)
  • Who owns corporate governance – the role of the other stakeholders (Gambia Association of Accountants – Banjul)
  • Techniques of fundraising – Institute of Economic Affairs, Ghana.

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Menuka Rani

Menuka Rani has a Diploma in Finance, Master of Commerce, MBA, and a Ph.D. in Finance; Dr. Rani teaches Finance and Accounting courses.

Preeti Rathore

Educational Qualification:

  • BSc, CSJM University, Kanpur, India
  • MBA University of Delhi, India

Teaching activity:

Preeti teaches the following courses in the BBA program:

  • Human Resources management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Marketing
  • Management

Research and publication:

Preeti Rathore’s research interests are in Marketing and organizational Behavior.

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Afua A. Sarkodie

Educational Qualification:

  • MPhil in Communication Studies
  • Bachelor in Education

Teaching activity:

Afua teaches the following courses:

  • Intercultural Communications
  • Interpersonal Relations & Crisis Management

Research and publication:

Afua’s areas of research interest are Intercultural Communication andCrisis Management.

Malcolm Saunders

Educational Qualification:

  • MSc in Management, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland.
  • Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply, the U.K.

Teaching activity:

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Operations Management
  • Global Supply Chain Optimization

Research and publication:

Malcolm Saunders’ research interest are in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management when he’s been involved in a number of projects sponsored by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS), the U.K.

Yeboah Sraha

Educational Qualification:

  • MBA (Human Resources Management), The University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.
  • Msc (Development Policy and Planning), University of Science & Technology, Kumasi, Ghana
  • BA (Sociology & Law), University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

Areas of teaching activity:

Yeboah Sraha teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Performance, Compensation, and Total reward System
  • Leadership Development and Competency Management

Research and publication:

Yeboah’s research interests are in the following areas:

  • Employee Development
  • Change Management
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

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Patrick Tandoh-Offin

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD in Policy Studies, Clemson University, Clemson, U.S.A.
  • M.S. in Community and Economic Development, Clemson University, Clemson, U.S.A.
  • BSc in Land Economy, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi. Ghana.

Areas of teaching activity:

Dr. Tandoah-Offin teaches the following courses in the PhD Healthcare management programs:

  • Management of Human Resources in Healthcare
  • Health Policy and Planning
  • Health Legislation

Research and publication:

Dr. Tandoah-Offin’s research is focused on the following areas where he has a number of publications:

  • Rural social Change
  • Political Economy
  • Management of Human Resources in Healthcare

Selected publications:

  • Patrick Tandoh-Offin and Nicholas Awuse (2013). ”Internal Migration and Poverty Reduction in Ghana”JournalofEconomics andSustainableDevelopment,(forthcoming, November, 2013).
  • Regina Atsutsey and Pattick Tandoh-Offin (2013). ”Developing Service Delivety Standards for the Hospitality Industty inGhana”European Journal ofBusiness and Management (November, 2013).
  • Tandoh-Offin, P. “Local Governments and Local Economic Development in South Carolina “Jim Self Center on the Future, Strom Thurmond Institute. Clemson University, Self Portrait Policy Briefs, (May) 2011.
  • Tandoh-Offin,P. “Quality of Life,Growth and Immigration Issues in South Carolina.” Jim SelfCenter on the Future, Strom Thurmond Institute, Clemson University , Self Portrait Policy Briefs, (May) 2011.
  • Tandoh-Offin, P. “The National Economic Situation: Views from South Carolina.” Jim Self Center on \ the Future, Strom Thurmond Institute, Clemson University, Self Portrait Policy Briefs, (January) 2011.
  • Tandoh-Offin , P. “Views on K-12 Education Spending in South Carolina: Self Portrait Perspectives.” Jim Self Center on the Future, Strom Thurmond Institute .Clemson University, Self Portrait Survey Policy Briefs , (January) 2011.
  • Tandoh-Offin ,P. “Citizen Engagement in SouthCarolina”Jim SelfCenter on the Future, Strom Thurmond Institute, Clemson University, Self Portrait Survey Policy Brieft, (January) 2011.
  • Tand oh-Offin , P. “The Changing Quality of Life Preferences in South Carolina.” Jim Sel f Center on the Future, Strom Thurmond Institute, Clemson University, Self Portrait Policy Briefs, (Februaty) 2010.
  • Assessment Final Report.” Department ofAgricultural Economics andRural Sociology,December 2006, 35pp., 115pp.of Appendices.
  • Belser, E., P. Tandoh-Offln , M. Tello Sucre and D. K.McLaughlin. “Couderspott , Potter County Business Identification Project” Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, June 2005,39 pp.

Kwami Turpah

To be updated shortly.

Vandana Tyagi

Educational Qualification:

  • MBA with specialization in Human Resources Management, Meerut University, India
  • BSc in Economics and HRM, Meerut University, India

Areas of teaching activity:

Vandana teaches Human Resources Management and Organization Behavior courses in the BBA and MBA programs

Research and publication:

Vandana’s research interests are in Human Resources Management and Organizational Behavior where she’s currently preparing a number of publications.

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Joseph Wireko

Educational Qualification:

  • MSc in International Marketing and Strategy, Norwegian School of Management, Oslo, Norway.
  • MBA in Marketing, The Univ of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Joseph has teaching responsibility for the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Marketing Research
  • Healthcare Marketing
  • Strategic Marketing

Research and publication:

Joseph’s primary areas of research activity is Sevice Branding and Communications where he has a number of on-going research projects.