Seminar Series



Title: Knowledge Management in Semiotic Perspective
Speaker: Prof. Kecheng Liu, University of Reading,UK
Date10th October, 2014

Title: Improving Fiscal Management in Ghana: The Role of Fiscal Policy Rules
Speaker: Charles Amo-Yartey, PhD. IMF Resident Representative in Liberia
Date: 28th November, 2014

Title: Entrepreneurial Entropy in the 21st Century
Speaker: John Kalu Osiri, PhD., Washington State University clinical professor in the Carson College of Business (CCB),
Date: 3rd December, 2014

Title: Market Liquidity, Funding Liquidity, and Hedge Fund Performance
Speaker: Professor Jarjisu. Sa-Aadu; Chester A. Phillips Professor of Finance and Real Estate and Professor of Finance in the Henry B. Tippie College of Business, the University of Iowa, USA.
Date: 25th February 2015

Title:  The international post-2015 agenda on the Sustainable Development Goals: The role of the European Union as a climate change and development actor
Speaker: Sarah Delputte, PhD; Centre for EU Studies (CEUS), Ghent University, Belgium
Date: 27th February, 2015

Title:         Contribution to Knowledge at the PhD level
Speaker:    Professor Yinshan Tang; University of Reading, UK
Date:         13th March 2015

 Title :Visualizing a University Admission Process: An Action Research Study
Speaker: Dr John Effah; Department of Operations & Management Information Systems, UGBS, Ghana
Date:  Friday, 17th April 2015

Title: Political Brand Association: The Tale of Two Political Party Brands in Twenty Years
Dr Kobby Mensah; Department of Marketing & Entrepreneurship, UGBS, Ghana
Friday, 24th April 2015


Title: Writing Quality Publication in Information Management Journal: A case study and personal experience

Speaker: Dr Lily Sun; School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading, UK
Date: Friday, 8th May 2015


Title: Unfair “Fair Value” in an Opaque Credit Default Swap Market: How Marking-to-Market Pushed the International Credit Crunch

Speaker: Prof. Alex K. Dontoh, Stern School of Business, NYU

Date:  Friday, 28th August, 2015

Title: ''The State of Ghana's Economy: Recent History and Immediate Prospects"

Speaker:  Minister of Finance: Mr. Seth Terper

Date: 17th September, 2015

Title: "Health, Wealth and Empowerment: Assessing Gender Equity in Northern Ghana's Agricultural Sector"

Speakers: Dr. Kathleen Ragsdale and  Dr. Becky Reed-Wahidi

Date: Fiday, 25th September, 2015

Title: Corporate Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Communications: Challenges and Opportunities

Speaker: Prof. Mette Morsing

Date: 23rd October 2015

Title:  Has Ghana Been an Economic Success Case?

Speaker: Professor Augustin Kwasi Fosu

Date: 29th October, 2015

Title:  Corporate Social Responsibilty: Branding or Philanthropy, An Economists Perspective in a developing country context

Speaker: Professor John Rand

Date: 6th November, 2015

Title: Understanding how values and the Business Environment explain Participation of Ghanaian Entrepreneurs in Capital Market.

Speaker: Professor A.Q.Q.Aboagye

Date:11th March, 2016


Title: Modeling Long Memory in African Equity Markets

Speaker: Dr. Saint Kuttu

Date: 11th March, 2016

Title: Stop firinf the Guns!: Conflict Mitigates the Positive Effect of FDI on Economic Growth

Speaker: Dr. Elikplimi Komla Agbloyor

Date: 18th March, 2016

Title: The World beyond the Horizon

Speaker: Professor Joe Nellis

Date: Friday April 15th, 2016

Title: Firm Productivity in the Presence of Binding Fiscal constraints in Africa

Speaker: Prof. Godfred Bokin

Date: April 22nd, 2016

Title: Multinational Operation, Ownership and Efficiency Differences in the International Oil Industry

Speaker: Dr. Kweku Ohene Asare

Date: April 22nd, 2016




Title: Evaluation of the DANIDA Agricultural Value Chain Finance Project on Smallholder Farmers in Northern Ghana

Speaker: Prof. Charles Adjasi, University of Stellenbosch Business School, South Africa

Date: August 30th, 2016

Title: E-Transforming Government Budgetary Process: A Developing Country's Attempt

Speaker: Dr. John Effah, OMIS, UGBS

Date: September 23rd, 2016

Title: "Effective public sector reforms in developing countries: the limits of democracy"?

Speaker: Dr. D. Appiah & Dr. A-G. Abdulai, PAHSM, UGBS

Date: Friday, October 14th, 2016

Title: " Service Performance of Mobile Telecommunication Operations in Ghana: The Perspective of The Customer"

Speaker: Dr. Anthony Afful Dadzie, OMIS, UGBS

Date: Friday, 21st October, 2016

Title: To be fully determined, but a theme around social accountability, poverty and inequality in Ghana

Speaker: Sarah Hague, Chief of Social Policy, Monitoring & Evaluation, UNICEF-Ghana

Date: October 25th, 2016

Title: Financial Inclusion in Sub-Saharan Africa: Recent trends and Determinants,

Speaker: Dr. Patrick Asuming, Finance, UGBS

Date: October 28th, 2016

Title: A Review of the Process of Knowledge Transfer and use of Evidence in Reproductive and Child Health in Ghana

Speaker: Dr. Abeka Nkrumah, PAHSM, UGBS

Date: November 4th, 2016

Title: A Strategic Synthesis of CSR Research in Ghana: What we know and Don't Know

Speaker: Dr. Obi-Berko Damoah, OHRM, UGBS

Date: November 11th, 2016

Title: The Field of CSR Assurance: Exploring the Presence and Absence of CSR Disclosure Assurance in Ghana

Speaker: Dr. Samuel Simpson, Accounting Department, UGBS

Date: November 18th, 2016

Title: Work Family Conflict and Turnout Intentions: A Comparative Study of Private and Public School Teachers in Ghana

Speaker: Mr. Aaron Makafui Ametorwo

Date: February 24th, 2017

Title: The African Currency: a tool for transformation, unification and curbing illicit financial flows out of Africa

Speaker: Professor Horace G. Campbell

Date: March 9, 2017

Title: Culture, Values and Graft in Africa: The Paradox of The "Collective"

Speaker: Dr. J.N.Bawole

Date: March 17, 2017

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Title: Mergers and Acquisitions: Marketing Perspectives on Recent Banking Take-Over in Ghana

Speaker(s):  Dr. Kobby Mensah, Dr. Braimah Mahamah, Nana Banyin Harrison, Bismark Asante and Amenuveve Ocloo

Date: 20th October, 2017

Title: Women and Accounting Practice in Ghana: Exploring the Presence or Absence of Glass Metaphor(s)

Speaker: Dr. Samuel N.Y.Simpson

Date: 27th October, 2017


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