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Faculty Scholarly Publications

Faculty Scholarly Publications

 

Recent Submissions

  • Oduro-Frimpong, Joseph (Cambridge University Press, 2014)
    Sakawa indexes a cyberfraud practice in Ghana allegedly linked with occult rituals. This article examines the phenomenon as an analytically relevant example of a material understanding of religion. It then offers a critical ...
  • Oduro-Frimpong, Joseph (Society for Cinema and Media Studies: Project MUSE, 2015)
    One of the key defining features of most Ghanaian video movies is that they are embedded—either explicitly or implicitly—in Pentecostal Christian aesthetics. Fittingly, a major research perspective, situated at the juncture ...
  • Agyepong, Sena Agbodjah; Spio, Anthony Ebow; Dzanie, Theresa Dei; Salihu, Opheley (INCEDI, 2016)
    Developing the next generation of ethical entrepreneurial leaders, without exposing all students to formal training in entrepreneurship, was a shortfall at Ashesi University. With an existing capstone entrepreneurship ...
  • Spio, Anthony Ebow; Essel-Anderson, Anthony (Ivey Publishing, 2015)
    An entrepreneur and co-founder of a private, non-deposit-taking, non-bank financial firm in Africa took his company public following a decade of phenomenal growth and strong performance. Established in an era when the ...
  • Spio, Anthony Ebow (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
    No abstract. What follows is the Introduction: Accra became the administrative capital of Ghana in 1877 when the British colonial authority transferred the seat of government from Cape Coast. Accra was declared a city ...
  • Akotia, Mathias; Spio, Anthony Ebow; Frimpong, Kwabena; Austin, Nathan K (International Journal of Business Strategy, 2011)
    Country branding, has become a strategic tool for attaining country competitiveness. Emphasizing country branding as a social construction, this paper presents a conceptual branding model for Ghana, based on the identity ...
  • Douglass, Richard (African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development, 2017-03)
    This issue of AJFAND is special in a new way. The need for improved and appropriate research methods throughout Africa has been recognized for some time and in this issue AJFAND declares that it is time to address the issue.
  • Alidu, Abdul-Nasser (Circumspecte (blog), 2016-10-12)
    Wells Fargo is in the news, but for the wrong reasons. The company has been fined US$185 million and more than 5,000 employees have been fired for secretly creating more than 2 million customer accounts without the customers ...
  • Awuah, R; Douglass, R; Agyepong, S; Kuwornu, E (African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development, 2017-03)
    Investigators working in rural communities and small towns in Africa face many obstacles to obtaining a random and representative sample of households for their research. The civic infrastructure used as the building ...