Faculty Seminar

The GIMPA Business School has an active weekly seminar program for resident and visiting speakers. Seminars are normally held on Thursdays from 10.00 am – 11.00am at the GB Auditorium. To contact organizers of this seminar series, please send an email to, gbs_seminars@gimpa.edu.gh.

DateTitlePresenter
13th FebruaryGraduate employability development: The new “El Dorado” for students?Dr. David Eshun Yawson
(BUS School)
27th FebruaryThe effect of testimonial advertisement on
behavioural intention in relation to marijuana consumption: an extended parallel process perspective
Ms Kumiwaa Asante
(BUS School)
5th MarchWriting a winning introduction and getting the literature review rightProf Franklyn Manu
(BUS School)
19th MarchDelays in the tendering process of public works procurement in GhanaDr Jemima Ottou
(BUS School)
2nd AprilAn examination of value cocreation drivers in Ghana’s hotel setting: a micro level approachMs Dora Yeboah
(BUS School)
9th AprilOccupational health and safety programmes and employee performance in the mining industryAma Morrison & William
Darbi (BUS School)
16th AprilPerformance implications of aligning product
characteristics and supply chain strategy: Evidence from a developing economy
Vivian Osei & Juliet
Twumasi
(BUS School)
DateTitlePresenter
3rd OctoberEntrepreneurial, Cognitive and Learning Strategic Theories in the Business Context of AfricaDr Stanley Coffie &
Dr William Darbi
(BUS School)
17th OctoberUnderstanding the drivers and consequences of
consumers' continuous participation in social media brand engagement practices
Dr Kofi Osei-Frimpong
(BUS School)
24th OctoberDigital Age Religion in Ghana: Christian
Leadership and Internet Inquisitions
Dr Kofi Asare
(BUS School)
31th OctoberInternational Trade, WTO Regimes and the Cocoa Industry in GhanaDr Alex Ansong &
Prof Samuel Bonsu
(FLAW & BUS School)
7th NovemberFinancial Inclusion and Economic Development:
Evidence from Ghana
Sarah Serwah Boateng
(BUS School)
14th NovemberThe GIMPA Business School Rebranding
Agenda: The Missing Voice
Dr David Yawson &
Dr Stanley Coffie
(BUS School)
21th NovemberExploring Business Human Rights as CSR for SDGs Achievement in GhanaProf. Samuel Bonsu &
Dr Alex Ansong
(FLAW & BUS School)
28th NovemberLeft behind but included: Financial Inclusion and Migrant Remittances in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Panel VAR ApproachDr. Ebenezer Bugri Anarfo
(BUS School)
DateTitlePresenter
7th FebruaryAppraising the interactions between publicsector procurement policy and disaster preparednessDr John Kwesi Bour
(BUS School)
14th FebruaryComparisons of mortality table from different regionsMr. Isaac Nsiah Yeboah
(BUS School)
28th FebruaryGhana’s Industrialisation Pathways: Any
Lessons for 1 District 1 Factory (1D1F)?
Dr Williams Ohemeng
(BUS School)
7th MarchPPP Projects: Improvements in Stakeholder
Management
Prof. Martin Tuuli
(BUS School)
21st MarchThe Effect of consumer perceptions of the
legalization of marijuana on purchase intentions
Ms. Kumiwaa Asante.
(BUS School)
11th AprilOccupational health and safety programmes
and practices and employee performance in the mining sector: A case of Golden Star
Resources
Dr Ama Morrison &
Dr William Darbi
(BUS School)
18th AprilFinancial disclosure and bank stability in AfricaSarah Serwah Boateng
(BUS School)
25th AprilPost-Original consumptionProf. Samuel Bonsu
(BUS School)
2nd MayGender diversity and impact on boards: A
cultural contract perspective
Grace Abban-Ampiah
(BUS School)
DateTitlePresenter
13th SeptemberModelling country and group level default dependence: Evidence from
Euro Area
Dr Francis Atsu
(BUS School)
20th SeptemberA public lecture on: Human rights in
business
Justice Emile Francis Short –Former CHRAJ boss in Ghana
27th SeptemberThe role of consumer brand knowledge, social pressure, and social relatedness in
social media brand engagement practices
Dr Kofi Osei-Frimpong
(BUS School)
4th OctoberFinancial Regulation and Financial Inclusion in Sub-Sahara Africa: Does
Financial Stability Play a Moderating
Role?
Ebenezer Bugri Anarfo
(BUS School)
11th OctoberEnvironmental Management Practices, Operational Competitiveness and Environmental Performance: Empirical Evidence from a Developing CountryProfessor Samuel Famiyeh
(BUS School)
18th OctoberThe value of simulation-based teachingDr Bernard Acquah-Obeng
(BUS School)
25th OctoberPersonal Attributes, Organisational
Attributes and Ethical Attitudes of
Professional Accountants in Ghana
Regina Mensah Onumah
(BUS School)
1st NovemberExamining the Impact of Celebrity
Endorsement on Consumer Purchase
Intention: An Emerging Market
Perspective
Dr Kofi Osei-Frimpong
(BUS School)
8th NovemberAppraising the Interactions between Public-Sector Procurement Policy and Disaster Preparedness in GhanaDr John Kwesi Buor
(BUS School)
15th NovemberPPP Projects: Improvements in
Stakeholder Management
Prof. Martin Morgan Tuuli
(BUS School)
22th NovemberBank Governance and Stability in AfricaSarah Serwah Boateng
(BUS School)
29th NovemberTowards practice-inspired analytical tools for strategic management research in Africa: an invitation and illustrationDr William Darbi
(BUS School)
DateTitle of PaperPresenter
15th FebruaryPositioning strategies for branding services in a transitioning economy’,Dr Stanley Coffie
(BUS School)
1st March‘How ability, motivation and opportunity drive
individual performance behaviours in projects: A test of competing models’,
Professor Martin Tuuli
(BUS School)
15th March‘Developer constraints on supply of housing in
Africa: Evidence from Ghana’,
Dr Anthony Owusu-Ansah
(BUS School)
22nd March‘Examining the Consumer Level Drivers and Consequence of Online Social Brand
Engagement’
Dr Kofi Osei-Frimpong,
(BUS School)
29th March‘The push and pull travel motivations for visiting Ghana as a tourism destination’,Dr. Edward Yaw OforiKuragu (SOLASS)
19th April‘Corporate Tax Planning and Corporate
governance: Bourdieu's "social practice" perspective
Holy Kwabla Kportorgbi
(BUS School)
26th April‘Tax competition and FDI in African countries’Emmanuel Agyapong Wiafe
DateTitle of PaperPresenter
21st April 2016Independence, Objectivity and Integrity Compliance by Public Sector Internal Auditors in Ghana : Evidence from Ashanti Region of GhanaDr Felix Kwame Aveh
14th April 2016Patient co-creation activities in healthcare service delivery at the micro level: the influence of online access to healthcare informationDr. Kofi Osei-Frimpong
GIMPA Business School
24th March 2016Flow and Reactive Transport Processes in Porous Media Emmanuel A. Amikiya
GIMPA Business School
17th March 2016Predicting Loan Repayment Default among Second Tier Borrowers in GhanaDr. Kwami Adanu
GIMPA Business School
15th February 2018Positioning Strategies for branding services in a transitioning economy Dr. Stanley Coffie
1st March 2018 How ability, motivation and opportunity drive individual performance behaviours in projects: A test of competing modelsProf. Martin Morgan Tuuli
15th March 2018 Developer constraints on supply of housing in Africa : Evidence from GhanaDr. Anthony Owusu-Ansah
22nd March 2018 Examining consumer level drivers and consequence of online social brand engagement Dr. Kofi Osei-Frimpong
29th March 2018The push and pull travel motivations for visiting Ghana as a tourism destination Dr. Edward Yaw Ofori-Kuragu
12th April 2018
For selected PhD students
19th April 2018

Corporate Tax Planning and Corporate governance : Bourdieu’s “social practice” perspectiveHoly Kwabla Kportorgbi
26th April 2018

Tax competition and FDI in African Countries

Emmanuel Agyapong Wiafe
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