Prof. Imhotep Paul Alagidede
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Paul Alagidede is a Professor of Finance at the University of the Witwatersrand, and the Executive Director of the African Finance Consult. He obtained his bachelor's degree in Economics and History from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, a master's degree with distinction in Economics and Finance and a PhD in Economics from Loughborough University, UK.
He is the founding editor-in-chief of the African Review of Economics and Finance, the Ghanaian Journal of Economics, and the managing editor of the Journal of African Political Economy and Development. Paul has published widely in the International Review of Financial Analysis, Review of Financial Economics, Quarterly Journal of Economics and Finance and Economics Letters. His research interest covers financial markets, public sector and development macroeconomics.View full profile
Prof. Franklin Obeng-Odoom
Franklin Obeng-Odoom is Associate Professor at University of Helsinki, Finland. His research interests are centred on the political economy of development, cities and natural resources.
Franklin's books include Oiling the Urban Economy: Land, Labour, Capital, and the State in Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana (Routledge, London) and Reconstructing Urban Economics: Towards a Political Economy of the Built Environment (Zed, London). He is the Editor of African Review of Economics and Finance. He holds a PhD (Political Economy) from the University of Sydney, M.Sc (Urban Economy) from the University College of London and. BSc (Land Economy) from KNUST
Dr. George M. Bob-Milliar
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Dr. George M. Bob-Milliar is a Senior Lecturer, and Head of Department of History and Political Studies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana. He holds a Ph.D. in African Studies, with specialization in politics and development. His research interests include comparative politics, African politics, Ghanaian political history, political economy of development, democratic theory, political culture, qualitative methods, African Diaspora Studies and Informal institutions.
He has been visiting fellow at Cambridge University, Makerere University, and the Danish Institute for International Studies. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of African Political Economy and Development
Dr. George Adu
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Dr. George Adu is a seasoned researcher, international consultant and policy analyst. He is currently a senior lecturer of economics at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where he lectures and supervises at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
He has wide range of consultancy experience in climate change, clean energy, public finance and structural transformation, and has consulted for the United Nations, the African Economic Research Consortium, the World Bank, Bank of Ghana and the Environmental Protection Agency. George has MA in Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, MSc in Economics from Umea University and PhD in Economics from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden.
Dr. Gideon Boako
Dr. Gideon Boako is a lecturer in finance at the Kwame Nkumah University of Science and Technology and a Technical Economic Adviser to the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana. He has MSc and MBA in Finance from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and a PhD in Finance from the University of the Witwatersrand.
Dr. Boako is self-motivated individual with strong commitment to advance knowledge through teaching and research in competitive environments. He is very skilled advanced econometrics. He has strong organisational and analytical skills and his approach to modelling, forecasting and instilling knowledge is second to none. Gideon has published widely in leading international peer reviewed journals
Prof. Collins G. Ntim
Professor Collins Ntim is a Professor of Accounting within the Business School at the University of Southampton. Collins re-joined Southampton Business School in October 2016 as a Professor of Accounting and Head of Department of Accounting from the University of Huddersfield, where he was a Professor of Accounting and Finance, and Director of Graduate Education in the Business School.
Prior to joining Huddersfield, Collins was a Lecturer (Aberystwyth University, and University of Glasgow) and Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor (Universities of Glasgow and Southampton) in accounting and finance. He has a PhD (University of Glasgow), an MRes with Distinction (University of Glasgow), an MSc with Distinction (University of Leicester), and a BSc with First Class (University of Ghana) degrees in accounting and finance, as well as a Postgraduate Certificate of Teaching in Higher Education (Aberystwyth University) and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
Dr. Ferdi Botha
Department of Economics, Rhodes University, Grahamstown 6140, South Africa.
INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD
Prof. Ingrid Woolard, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
Prof Augustin K. Fosu, ISSER, University of Ghana, Ghana
Prof. Waaseem Mina, United Arab Emirates University, UAE
Prof Yaw Debra, Swansea University, UK
Prof. Gavin Keeton, Rhodes University, South Africa
Prof Kalu Ojah, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Prof. Felix O. Ayadi, Texas Southern University, USA
Prof. Samuel Laryea, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Prof. Komla Tsey, James Cook University, Australia
Prof. Emeritus John Weeks, SOAS, University of London, UK
Prof. Caroline Hossein , York University, Canada
Prof. Ravi Kanbur, Cornell University, USA
Prof. Abdallah Zouache, Sciences Po, France
Dr. Wadjamsse B. Djezou , University of Bouake, Cote d'Ivoire
Dr. Simplice Asongu, University of Buea, Cameroon
Dr. Nathanael Ojong, Tyndale University, Canada
Dr. Kenneth Soyeh, University of Wisconsin Whitewater, USA
Dr. Nana Akua Anyidoho, ISSER, University of Ghana, Ghana
Dr. Alice Nicole Sindzingre, National Centre for Scientific Research, EconomiX, France
Dr. Theodore Panagiotidis, University of Macedonia, Greece
Dr. Hassan A. Ahmad, Loughborough University, UK
Dr. Simeon Coleman, Loughborough University, UK
Dr. Renee Horne, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Dr. Raymond Talinbe Abdulai, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Dr. Zeremariam Fre, UCL, University of London, UK
Dr. Koen Smet, WU Vienna, Austria
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