Enya Besa Ameza-Xemalordzo


  • Lecturer

  •   Bsc & MSc (KNUST); MBA(GIMPA); G. Dip-Law (Nottingham); LLM International Business & Corporate Law (Lancaster); PhD Development Policy & Management – Corporate Governance (Manchester)
  • O200052422, 0202514747
  • eameza.canr@knust.edu.gh, ameza.ameza@yahoo.com
  • KSB, Room FF025
  • Full-Time

Dr Enya Ameza-Xemalordzo is chartered management consultant and a certified international manager with substantial experience in industry and academia. Enya holds several Masters' Degrees in the areas of Applied sciences, Business Management, International Business & Corporate Law. He obtained professional qualifications in Business Management and Management consultancy. Based on his dissertations in Lancaster Law School (i.e. Examination of the Shareholder and Stakeholder theories in the context of Corporate Governance) and Nottingham Law School (i.e. Corporate Governance beyond Shareholder Primacy: a Critical Review of Directors ‘Duties and Stakeholder Governance in the UK), he pursued PhD at the University of Manchester. His research explored how Corporate Governance has changed as a result of the financial sector privatization and liberalization. He also looked at the effects of the financial sector laws on corporate governance of banks in Ghana.  His research interests include the corporate governance (Especially in financial institutions), Financial Sector Regulation, Business Management and strategy, Credit Management and CSR.

 List of Publications:

(Available Soon)


 Description of Research Interest:

  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Financial sector Liberalization & Regulation
  • Credit Management and Corporate Strategy

a.      Courses Taught:

  • Principles of Management/Marketing
  • International Business Environment
  • Doing Business in Africa
  • International Trade Theory
  • International Business Research & Critical Thinking

 

b.      Selected Projects Supervised

Current Postgraduate Supervision

  • Reward systems and strategy, and their impact on performance.
  • The impact corporate social responsibility on brand equity in the banking sector. The case of CAL bank limited
  • The Effects of Corporate Governance Practices on The Survival of The Microfinance Sector in Ghana.
  • Impact of Corporate Governance, Regulations and Supervision on Savings and Loans Companies in Ghana. A Case Study of Multi-credit.
  • Effects of Corporate Governance on Growth and Strategy of SEM’s In Ghana.
  • Effects of Corporate Board Composition on Firm Performances. A Case Study of Selected Companies Listed on The Ghana Stock Exchange.
  • The Role of Credit Unions in The Modern Day Micro-Finance Industry in Ghana.
  • Importance of Training and Development as a Strategic Tool in Achieving Organizational Objectives: A case Study of the Ghana Fire Service.

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