Michael Adusei


  • Lecturer | Examinations Officer

  • MPhil (KNUST), Adv.Dip In Accounting and Finance (ICM,UK), BSc Admininstration (UG)
  • +233(0)244784290
  • madusei10@yahoo.com , madusei38@yahoo.com
  • KSB Building Room TF 11
  • Full-Time

Michael Adusei had his secondary education at Prempeh College, Kumasi. From Prempeh College he proceeded to university of Ghana and obtained his bachelor of science in business administration degree with specialization in banking and finance. He later studied and obtained an advance diploma in accounting and finance from the institute of commercial management, United Kingdom. After working for some time he obtained admission to pursue a master of philosophy in business administration degree at Kwame Nkrumah university of science and technology. He is

always guided by the motto of the School: Character and Integrity

List of Publications:

  • Adusei, M. (2016) Does Entrepreneurship Promote Economic Growth in Africa?  African Development Review, 28(2), pp.201-214
  • Adusei, M. (2016) Determinants of Bank Technical Efficiency: Evidence from Rural and Community Banks in Ghana, Cogent Business and Management, 3, pp.1-15 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23311975.2016.1199519
  • Adusei, M. (2015) Bank Profitability: Insights from the Rural Banking Industry in Ghana, Cogent Economics and Finance, 3, pp.1-15, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23322039.2015.1078270
  •  Adusei, M. (2015) The Impact of Bank Size and Funding Risk on Bank Stability, Cogent Economics & Finance, 3: 1111489, pp.1-19, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23322039.2015.1111489
  •  Adusei, M. (2013) Financial Development and Economic Growth: Evidence from Ghana, International Journal of Business and Finance Research, 7(5), pp.61-76
  • Adusei, M. (2013) Determinants of Credit Union Savings in Ghana. Journal of International Development, 25(1), pp.22-30
  • Adusei, M. and Appiah, S. (2011) Determinants of Group Lending in the Credit Union Industry in Ghana, Journal of African Business, 12, 238–251
  • Adusei, M. and Appiah, S. (2011) Evidence on the Impact of the “Susu” Scheme in Ghana, Global Journal of Business Research, 6(2), pp.1-10

 

Description of Research Interest:

  • Technical Efficiency and performance of financial institutions,
  • Corporate Governance,
  • Microfinance,
  • Corporate finance

Courses taught

  • Corporate Governance,
  • Financial Markets and Institutions,
  • Money and Banking,
  • Risk Management in Financial Institutions,
  • Commercial Banking

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