Dr. Ohene-Asare is a doctor of Operations Research and Management Science and Economics Lecturer of the University of Ghana Business School. Read his research profile below.
Dr. Ohene-Asare is a doctor of Operations Research and Management Science and Economics Lecturer of the University of Ghana Business School. He holds a PhD from Warwick Business School, in The University of Warwick. He completed his MSc. in Economics and Finance (distinction) from Loughborough University and undergraduate degree in Economics (1st class) from The University of Ghana-Legon. He previously taught in the Economics Department and Warwick Business School in the Warwick University and is now an associate fellow with them.
Prior to joining UGBS, he worked as an economics lecturer at GIMPA lecturing advanced microeconomics and business economics. He also worked as a Snr, Research Consultant in Globiz Institute of Business Technology and as an economic researcher at the Office of Parliament.
Areas of teaching interest include data envelopment analysis, operations research & management science techniques, quantitative methods, business statistics, multivariate data analysis, mathematical programming, organizational performance analysis, micro and macro economics, econometrics, statistical, mathematical, industrial, labour & monetary economics; managerial economics, economics for business, development and international economics, Principles of Finance & International Finance. Follow me at: https://sites.google.com/site/oasare/
Office Telephone: +233-548-721-470 Email: kohene-asare @ ug.edu.gh
Dr. Ohene-Asare’s research interests are in the theoretical areas of efficiency and productivity measurement via data envelopment analysis (linear programming), stochastic frontier econometrics, and their empirical applications to decision making units within financial institutions, education, health, agriculture, sports, fast food restaurants, government depts., churches etc. His interest also expands to Corporate Social Responsibility, advanced microeconomics, managerial, labour and industrial economics.
His work has been published in journals such as Int. J. Banking, Accounting and Finance. Kwaku’s other papers are aimed at Journal of Banking and Finance, European Journal of Operations Research and Applied Economics. He has presented in international conference proceedings in UK, USA and Italy. He has reviewed papers in the Journal of Productivity Analysis and the International Transactions in Operational Research.
2013/2014 Academic Year
2013/2014 Academic Year
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