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ABLEDU, GODFRED KWAME

1.        Boakye, A., Abledu, G. K., Kwofie, S.,Gbang, J. K., Gyimah, S. A., Mbima, D. (2016).  Comparative Model Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents in Ghana. International Journal of Statistics and Applications. Volume 6, Issue 3 Pages: 105-112.

2.       Godfred Kwame Abledu, Kobina Agboda Reuben Semevoh (2016) Statistical Modeling of Epidemiology off Malarial in the Volta Region of Ghana. International Journal of Research Studies in Bioscience (IJRSB) Volume 4, Issue 3, March 2016, PP 5-19

3.      Abledu G. K. Akuffo B. Thomas Adade and Kwofie S. (2016). Comparism of Logistic Regression and Linear Determinant Analysis of the Determinants of Financial Sustainability of rural Banks in Ghana. American Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics 5(2): 45-57

4.      Abledu G. K., Boakye, A., Samuel Kwofie, Silas A. Gyimah (2016). On the application of ARIMA Time Series Model to Forecasting and Modelling Cocoa Production in Ghana. International Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Application. Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages: 1-8.

5.      Abledu G. K., Boakye, A., Samuel Kwofie, Silas A. Gyimah (2016). Forecasting Load Using Continuous-time Fractionally Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving-Average Models with Discrete Data. Science Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages: 29-3

6.      Abledu G. K., Boakye, A., and Samuel Kwofie. (2016). Stochastic Modelling and Analysis of the Dynamics of Meningitis. International Journal of Scientific and Innovative Mathematical Research (IJSIMR) Volume 4, Issue 2, PP 56-69.

7.      Abledu, G. K., Dadey, E. and Agbodah, K. (2014): Probability Modeling and Simulation of Insurance Claims in Ghana. Global Journal of Commerce & Management Perspective. Vol.3(5):pp. 41-49.

8.      Abledu, J. K. Offei, E. B. and Abledu G. K. (2014): Predictors of Work- Related Musculoskeletal orders among Commercial Minibus Drivers in Accra Metropolis, Ghana. Advances in Epidemiology Hindawi Publishing Corporation.

9.      Akuffo, B., Abledu, G. K. and Ampaw, E. M. (2014). A Cointegration analysis of inflation and interest rate volatility in Ghana (2003:01 – 2013:12). ADRRI Journal of Arts and Social Sciences. Vol. 3, No.3

10.  Boakye, A., Abledu, G. K. and Semevoh, R. (2014). Linking Road Traffic Accidents to Vehicle Population; Empirical Evidence from Ghana. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute Journal, Ghana: Vol. 9, No. 9(2).

11.  Lartey, V. C. and Abledu, G. K. (2014). Cointegration Analysis of Customer Deposits and Bank Loans and Advances by the Ghanaian   Listed Banks. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute Journal, Ghana: Vol. 7, No. 7(2), Pp. 52-66.

12.  Abledu, J. K. Offei, E. B. and Abledu G. K. (2014): Occupational and Personal Determinants of Musculoskeletal Disorders among Urban Taxi Drivers in Ghana. International Scholarly Research Notices. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/517259.

13.  Abledu, G.K. (2013): Application of Stochastic Lognormal Diffusion Model with Polynomial Exogenous Factors to Energy Consumption in Ghana. Mathematical Theory and Modeling, Vol.3, No.13, pp. 54-62. ISSN 2224-5804 (Paper), ISSN 2225-0522 (Online).

14.  Abledu, G.K. (2013):Modeling and Forecasting Energy Consumption in Ghana. Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy, Vol.3, No.12, pp, 1- 9.ISSN 2224-3232 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0573 (Online).

15.  Boakye, A; Abledu, G. K. and Semevoh, R (2013): Regression Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents and Population Growth in Ghana. InternationalJournal of Business and Social Research (IJBSR), Vol. 3, No.-10, pp. 41-47.

16.  Abledu, G.K. (2013): Employers’ Satisfaction with Polytechnic Education. The Academic Journal of St Clements Education Group. VERITAS. Vol. 4 No. 3, pp. 44-50.

17.  Abledu, G.K. (2013): Statistical Methods and Cost Effectiveness in Clinical Trials. The Academic Journal of St Clements Education Group. VERITAS. Vol. 4 No. 2, pp. 33-38.

18.  Abledu, G.K. and Agboda, K. (2013): Measuring the Volatility in Ghana’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Rate using the GARCH-type Models. European Journal of Business and Management. Vol.5, No.27, pp. 65-75. ISSN 2222-1905 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2839 (Online).

19.  Abledu, G.K. , Boakye A and Semevor, R. (2013): Forecasting Demand for Petroleum Products in Ghana using Time Series Models. Journal ofEconomics and Sustainable Development. Vol. 4. No. 17, pp. 129-141. ISSN (Paper)2222-1700 ISSN (Online) 2222-2855.

20.  Eshun B.A and Abledu, G.K.(2001): The Effects of Alternative Assessment on the Attitudes and Achievement in Mathematics of Female   Pre-serviceTeachers. African Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics and Science.Vol. 1.p.21-30.

21.  Abledu, G.K (2012 ): Multiple Regression Analysis of Assessment of Academic Performance of Students in the Ghanaian Polytechnics. Researchon Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol 2, No.9, 2012. p15-25

22.  Abledu, G.K and Agboda, K (2012 ): Stochastic forecasting and modeling of volatility oil prices in Ghana using ARIMA time series model. EuropeanJournal of Business and Management P.122-130.

23.  Agboda, K and Abledu, G.K(2012 ): Multiple regression analysis of the impact of senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) scores on the final Cumulative Grade Point Average(CGPA) of students of tertiary institutions in Ghana. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol 2,No.9, 2012. P.77-90.

24.  Abledu, G.K (2012): Ordinal Regression Analysis of Students’ Satisfaction with Academic Support Services Provided by Polytechnics in Ghana, a case study of Koforidua Polytechnic. Language in India. Volume 12 : 11 November2012. P.194-198.

25.  Abledu, J.K and Abledu, G. K:(2012) Multiple Logistic Regression Analysis of Predictors of Musculoskeletal Disorders and Disability among Bank Workers in Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of Ergonomics. Volume 2, Issue 4.

WILLIAMS OHEMENG, PHD

1.      Sede, P.I. and Ohemeng, W. (2015), Socio-Economic Determinants of Life Expectancy in Nigeria (1980 – 2011), Health Economic Review, Vol. 5: 2-Springer.

  1. Ohemeng, W., Sjo, B. and Danquah, M. (2015), Hedging Under Uncertainty: Optimal Price Risk Management Under Transaction Costs for Cocoa Exporting Countries, African Review of Economics and Finance,Vol. 7:2(Forth coming).
  2. Ohemeng, W., Sjo, B. and Danquah, M. (2014), Market Efficiency and Price Discovery in Cocoa Futures Markets, Journal of African Business (Forth Coming)-Taylor and Francis.
  3. Barimah, A., Danquah, M. and Ohemeng, W. (2013), Regional Integration, Trade and National Efficiency in ECOWAS Countries. West Africa Economic Review, Vol. 2 (1): 65-87.
  4. Barimah, A., Danquah, M. and Ohemeng, W. (2013), Efficiency Measurement Using a ‘True’ Random Effects and Random Parameter Stochastic Frontier Models: An Application to Rural and Community Banks in Ghana. Modern Economy, Vol.4 (12)
  5. Insah, B., Ofori-Boateng, K. and Ohemeng, W. (2013) A Dynamic Analysis of the Demand for Money in Ghana. African Journal of Social Sciences Vol.3 (2):19-29.
  6. Sede, P.I. and Ohemeng, W. (2012), An Empirical Assessment of the Technical Efficiency in some Selected Hospitals in Nigeria (1980 – 2008), Journal of Business Research, Vol. 6(1& 2):14-43.
  7. Ahortor, C.R.K., Adenekan, A., Ohemeng, W. (2012), An Estimate of Inflation threshold in the WAMZ: The Case of Ghana and Nigeria. West African Journal of Monetary and Economic Integration, Vol.11(2):158 – 201

  

BOAKYE AGYEMANG

1.      Boakye, A.,Abledu, G. K., Kwofie, S.,Gbang, J. K., Gyimah, S. A., Mbima, D. (2016).  Comparative Model Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents in Ghana. International Journal of Statistics and Applications. Volume 6, Issue 3 Pages: 105-112.

2.      Abledu G. K., Boakye, A., Samuel Kwofie, Silas A. Gyimah (2016). On the application of ARIMA Time Series Model to Forecasting and Modelling Cocoa Production in Ghana. International Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Application. Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages: 1-8.

3.      Abledu G. K., Boakye, A., and Samuel Kwofie. (2016). Stochastic Modelling and Analysis of the Dynamics of Meningitis. International Journal of Scientific and Innovative Mathematical Research (IJSIMR) Volume 4, Issue 2, PP 56-69.

4.      Abledu G. K., Boakye, A., Samuel Kwofie, Silas A. Gyimah (2016). Forecasting Load Using Continuous-time Fractionally Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving-Average Models with Discrete Data. Science Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages: 29-36.

5.      Boakye, A. and Evans A. (2014). Altman’s Z-Score Performance Assessment of Corporate Organizations in Ghana. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute Journal, Vol. 6, No. 6(2), Pp. 14-29.

6.      Lartey, V. C. and Boakye, A.(2014). The Relationship between the Percentage Share of Industry Deposits and the Percentage Share of Industry Loans and Advances: The Case of Ghanaian Banking Industry. European Journal of Business and Management. Vol.6, No.12, 2014. Pp. 168-173.

7.      Boakye, A., Abledu G. K. and Semevoh R. (2014). Linking Road Traffic Accidents and Vehicle Population; Empirical Evidence from Ghana. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute Journal, Vol. 9, No. 9(2), June 2014.

8.      Boakye, A., Abledu G. K. and Semevoh R. (2013). Regression Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents and Population Growth in Ghana. International Journal of Business and Social Research (IJBSR), Volume 3, No.-10, October 2013. Pp 41-47.

9.      Abledu G. K, Boakye, A., and Semevoh R. (2013). Forecasting Demand for Petroleum Products in Ghana Using Time Series Models. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development Volume -4, No.-17, 2013. Pp 129-141.

10.  Darkwa, K. F., Okyere, G. A. and Boakye, A. (2012). Intervention Analysis of Serious Crimes in the Eastern Region of Ghana. International Journal of Business and Social Research (IJBSR), Volume -2, No.-7, December 2012. Pp 132-138.

  

BUCKMAN AKUFFO

1.      Abledu G. K., Akuffo B. Thomas Adade, and Kwofie S. (2016). Comparism of Logistic Regression and Linear Determinant Analysis of the Determinants of Financial Sustainability of rural Banks in Ghana. American Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics 5(2): 45-57

2.      Okae-Adjei S. and Akuffo B. (2016) Skill Gap and Interventions for junior High School Leavers in the Eastern Region of Ghana – Koforidua Polytechnic Experience. International Journal of Management and Humanities (IJMH)Vol 2 Issue 2, pp3-9

3.      Akuffo, B. andAmpaw-Mintah, E. (2013). Modeling Ghana’s Inflation Using ARIMA Models. International Institute of Science and Technology Education – Mathematical Theory and Modeling Journal, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp. 10 – 26.

4.      Akuffo, B., Ampaw-MintahLartey, S.(2014). Conditional Heteroscedasticity: GARCH model with application to interest rate in Ghana. International Institute of Science and Technology Education – Mathematical Theory and Modeling Journal, Vol. 4 No. 6, pp. 32 – 46.

5.      Akuffo, B., Abledu G. K. andAmpaw, M. E. (2014). A Cointegration analysis of inflation and interest rate volatility in Ghana. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute (ADRRI), Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 190 – 204.

6.      Ampaw, M. E., Akuffo, B. Opoku-LarbiS. (2013).Time Series analysis of rainfall data in the New Juaben Municipality of the Eastern Region of Ghana. International Journal of Business and Social Science (IJBSS), Vol. 4 No. 8, pp. 116 – 129.

7.      Lartey, S., Akuffo, B. Ampaw-Mintah,E.(2014). Multiple Regression and Structural Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Ghana (1994 – 2010). International Journal of Business and Social Research (IJBSR), Vol. 4 No 4, pp. 65 – 82.

8.      Ampaw, M. E., Akuffo, B. Opoku-LarbiS., and Baffoe S. (2004).Principal Component Analysis (PCA) of Customer Choice of Telecommunication Networks in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute (ADRRI) Journal, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 22 – 40.

 

ENOCK MINTAH-AMPAW

1.      Akuffo, B. andAmpaw-Mintah, E. (2013). Modeling Ghana’s Inflation Using ARIMA Models. International Institute of Science and Technology Education – Mathematical Theory and Modeling Journal, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp. 10 – 26.

2.      Akuffo, B., Ampaw-MintahLartey, S.(2014). Conditional Heteroscedasticity: GARCH model with application to interest rate in Ghana. International Institute of Science and Technology Education – Mathematical Theory and Modeling Journal, Vol. 4 No. 6, pp. 32 – 46.

3.      Akuffo, B., Abledu G. K. andAmpaw, M. E. (2014). A Cointegration analysis of inflation and interest rate volatility in Ghana. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute (ADRRI), Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 190 – 204.

4.      Ampaw, M. E., Akuffo, B. Opoku-LarbiS. (2013).Time Series analysis of rainfall data in the New Juaben Municipality of the Eastern Region of Ghana. International Journal of Business and Social Science (IJBSS), Vol. 4 No. 8, pp. 116 – 129.

5.      Lartey, S., Akuffo, B. Ampaw-Mintah,E.(2014). Multiple Regression and Structural Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Ghana (1994 – 2010). International Journal of Business and Social Research (IJBSR), Vol. 4 No 4, pp. 65 – 82.

6.      Ampaw, M. E., Akuffo, B. Opoku-LarbiS., and Baffoe S. (2004).Principal Component Analysis (PCA) of Customer Choice of Telecommunication Networks in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute (ADRRI) Journal, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 22 – 40. 

 

KWAME ASARE GYASI-AGYEI 

1. Gyasi-Agyei K. A. (2013), “Analysis and Modeling of Prevalence of Measles in the Ashanti Region of Ghana”, SDI, USA, 3(2): 209 225, 2013,.

2. Gyasi-Agyei K. A. (2014), “Mathematical Modeling of the Epidemiology of Tuberculosis in the Ashanti Region of Ghana”, SDI, USA, 4(3): 375-393, 2014,

3. Gyasi-Agyei K. A. (2014), “A Mathematical Modeling of School Feeding Programme in the Asem – Kumasi   Cluster of Schools in Ashanti Region of Ghana”, SDI, USA,  10.9734/BJMCS/2014/4949.

 

4. Gyasi-Agyei, K. A. (2015), “Antiretroviral Therapy Contribution to Patients Health in New Juaben                Municipality”, SDI, USA, 2(3): 98-106, 2015, Article no.JAMPS.2015.013,

 

REUBEN SEMEVOH

  1. Godfred Kwame Abledu, KobinaAgbodaReuben Semevoh (2016) Statistical Modeling of Epidemiology off Malarial in the Volta Region of Ghana. International Journal of Research Studies in Bioscience (IJRSB) Volume 4, Issue 3, March 2016, PP 5-19
  2. Boakye A, Abledu G. K. and Semevoh R. (2014). Linking Road Traffic Accidents and Vehicle Population; Empirical Evidence from Ghana. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute Journal, Vol. 9, No. 9(2), June 2014.
  3. Boakye A, Abledu G. K. and Semevoh R. (2013). Regression Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents and Population Growth in Ghana. International Journal of Business and Social Research (IJBSR), Volume -3, No.-10, October 2013. Pp 41-47.
  4. Abledu G. K,  Boakye A. and Semevoh R. (2013). Forecasting Demand for Petroleum Products in Ghana Using Time Series Models. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development Volume -4, No.-17, 2013. Pp 129-141.

 

SAMUEL KWOFIE

1.      Boakye, A.,Abledu, G. K., Kwofie, S.,Gbang, J. K., Gyimah, S. A., Mbima, D. (2016).  Comparative Model Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents in Ghana. International Journal of Statistics and Applications. Volume 6, Issue 3 Pages: 105-112.

2.      Edusei,V. Odoom,W., Kwofie, S. (2016). Assessment of Fresh Fruit Handling and Vending in the Central Business Area of Koforidua, Ghana.Asian Journal of Agriculture and Food Science. Vol. 5(3)

3.      Abledu,G.K.,Boakye A., Kwofie, S.( 2016). On the Application of ARIMA Time Series Model to Forecasting and Modelling Cocoa Production in Ghana. International Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications. Vol. 3(1). Pp 1-8.

4.      Kwofie, S., Yankey, I.K., Abledu G. K.( 2016).Financial Support for Civil Society Organisations in Ghana: A Study of Natural Resources and Environmental Governance. International Journal of Business and Social Research. Vol.6(2) Pp 48-57.

5.      Abledu,G.K.,Boakye A., Kwofie, S.( 2016).Stochastic Modelling and Analysis of the Dynamics of Meningitis. International Journal of Scientific and Innovative Mathematics Research vol.4 (2) Pp 56-69.

6.      Abledu, G.K., Boakye, A., Kwofie, S. (2016). Forecasting Load Using Continuous-Time Fractionally Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving-Average Models with Discrete Data.Science Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics vol. 4(2).Pp 29-37.

7.      AbleduG.K.,AkuffoB.ThomasAdade,andKwofieS.(2016).Comparism ofLogistic Regression and Linear Determinant Analysis of the Determinants of Financial Sustainability of rural Banks in Ghana. American Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics 5(2): 45-57

8.      Kwofie S.,Awuah, A. and Yankey, I.K., (2015),Support to Civil Society Organisations to increase Natural Resources  Management and Environmental Governance in Ghana. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development. ISSN 2222-1700 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2855 (Online) Vol.6, No.10, 2015

9.      Kwofie S. (2014), Aid Effectiveness:A Case study in Democratic Ownership and Accountability in Natural Resources and Environmental Governance in Ghana. International Journal of Business and Social Research 4(6) USA

 

 SILAS AMPONSAH SGYMAH

1.      Boakye, A.,Abledu, G. K., Kwofie, S.,Gbang, J. K., Gyimah, S. A., Mbima, D. (2016).  Comparative Model Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents in Ghana. International Journal of Statistics and Applications. Volume 6, Issue 3 Pages: 105-112.

 

2.      Abledu G. K., Boakye, A., Samuel Kwofie, Silas A. Gyimah (2016). On the application of ARIMA Time Series Model to Forecasting and Modelling Cocoa Production in Ghana. International Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Application. Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages: 1-8.

3.      Abledu G. K., Boakye, A., Samuel Kwofie, Silas A. Gyimah (2016). Forecasting Load Using Continuous-time Fractionally Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving-Average Models with Discrete Data. cience Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages: 29-36.

4.      Opoku-Sakodie, R., Gyimah, S. A., Gardiner, F., and Manu, T. (2014). Mean Vector Analysis of Voting Patterns of Ghanaians for Three Consecutive Periods: A Case Study the Greater Accra Region. Research Journal of Mathematics and Statistics. Volume 6, Issue 3, Pages: 30-34.

 

GBANG, JUSTIN K.

1.      Boakye, A.,Abledu, G. K., Kwofie, S.,Gbang, J. K., Gyimah, S. A., Mbima, D. (2016).  Comparative Model Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents in Ghana. International Journal of Statistics and Applications. Volume 6, Issue 3 Pages: 105-112.