Dr. Benjamin Adjei Danquah

Dr. Benjamin Adjei Danquah
Designation: 
Staff Grade: 
Faculty: 
Brief Bio: 

A professional teacher and a counsellor with the passion of impacting knowledge and enlightening people about the dynamics of the fast changing economies of the world. I have risen through the ranks of teaching from a subject teacher in JHS, SHS, and a circuit supervisor in the Kumasi Metropolitan Education Directorate, a lecturer and senior lecturer in Economics at Kumasi Techincal University (KsTU). I have vast practical experience in Educational Administration thus I was once an Examination Officer, twice Head of Department, Vice Dean and acting Dean of School of Business. I am engaged in consultancy services for some SMEs, private basic educational institutions and private tertiary institutions in the country. I have presented several papers in international conferences and have many research publications in peer review journals.

Education: 

PhD Industrial Economics, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China, 2019

MA Economics, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, 2009

BA ARTS (Economics and Sociology), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, 2003

Advanced Level, Kumasi Workers College, Kumasi 1998

A 3 Year Post Sec., Presbyterian College of Education, Abetifi – Kwahu, 1997

Ordinary Level, Abetifi Presbyterian Secondary School, Abetifi – Kwahu, 1993

Research Interests: 

Health Economics,

Teaching Areas: 
  • Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Environment and Resource Economics
  • Innovation Economics
  • Monetary Economics
  • Development Economics
  • E-commerce
Conferences Attended: 
  1. Presented on Empirical Evidence on Sources of Consumer Trust on E-Commerce of Ghana, Third International Conference on Economic and Business Management (FEBM 2018). 20th to 22nd Oct, 2018, Hohhot, China
  2. Presenter on The Effect of National System of Innovation on Agricultural Growth in Ghana. 14th International Conference on Innovation and Management, Vols. September, 2017, University of Wales, Trinity St. David (Britain)
  3. Presented on Effect of Conflict on Employees Performance: Evidence from Coca Cola Company Ltd, Kumasi Branch. International Conference on Applied Science and Technology, ICAST October 2015, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana
  4. Presenter on Post Oil Economy and the Dutch Disease, the case of Cameroun, Ghana and Uganda. Clean Africa e.V. : Agro – Tourism as Food Security Strategy (atafoss), August 2015. KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana.
  5. Presented on The impact of Stress in the Banking Hall, A case of Kumasi Metro. International Conference on Applied Science and Technology, ICAST November 2014, Kumasi Polytechnic, Kumasi, Ghana.
Publications: 
  1. [Benjamin Adjei Danquah and Dong Lin Chen, Assessing the Impact of Sources of Consumer Trust on E-commerce of a Developing Country. The case of Ghana, Economic & Trade Update, Ref. F15-3-526 (2018), 53 – 55]
  2. Benjamin Adjei Danquah and Dong Lin Chen, E-Commerce, Exports and Imports Growth: Casual Relations Between US and China, Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development ISSN 2222-1700, (Paper) ISSN 2222-2855 (Online), Vol.8, No.14, 2017, 237 - 243
  3. Collins Frimpong Ofori, Benjamin Adjei Danquah,and Xuegong Zhang, The Impact of Money Supply on Inflation, A Case of Ghana, Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR), Vol-3, Issue-1, 2017, ISSN: 2454-1362, http://www.onlinejournal.in
  4. Benjamin Adjei Danquah and Dong Lin Chen, The Dynamic Relationship Between E-commerce, Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth. A case of Ghana, European Journal of Business, Economics and Accountancy Vol. 5, No. 3, 2017, ISSN 2056-6018
  5. Yeboah A., Adade E. O., Nimsaah K. W., and Danquah A. B., (2016). Corporate structure and its impact on organsiational performance: A case study of Dominic Hospital. European Journal of Business Research
  6. Benjamin Adjei, Prince Donkor, Samuel Agyei Nimo, Wilson Kwaku Nimsaah and Benjamin Adjei Danquah. Return and Volatility Spillovers among Stock and Foreign Exchange Markets: Empirical Evidence from selected African Markets. International Journal of Current Research, Vol. 8, Issue, 05, pp. 30838-30845, May 2016.
  7. Prince Donkor, Samuel Agyei Nimo, Benjamin Adjei, Benjamin Adjei Danquah and Wilson Kwaku Nimsaah. Health, Gender and the Labour Market: Evidence from Ghana, International Journal of recent Scientific Research, Vol. 7, Issue, 4, pp. 10577-10582, April 201
  8. Samuel Afriyie, Prince Donkor, Wilson Kwaku Nimsah, Benjamin Adjei Danquah Customer Complaints Management Practices on Service Performance of the Public Sector in Ghana: The Case of Ghana Water Company Limited. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology and Sciences (ASRJETS), Vol. 17, No 1 2016, ISSN (Print) 2313-4410, ISSN (Online) 2313-4402.
  9. Prince Donkor, Benjamin Adjei, Samuel Afriyie, Benjamin Adjei Danquah and Wilson Kwaku Nimsaah, The Effects of Health Status on Labour Supply and Wage in Ghana, Researchjournali’s Journal of Economics, Vol. 3/No. 5. November 2015, ISSN 2347-8233.
  10. Prince Donkor, Samuel Afriyie, Benjamin Adjei Danquah and Wilson Kwaku Nimsaah, Effect of Conflict on Employees Performance: Evidence from Coca Cola Company Limited, Kumasi Branch, American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology and Sciences (ASRJETS), Vol. 14, No. 3 December 2015, ISSN (Print) 2313-4410, ISSN (Online) 2313-4402.
  11. Samuel Owusu – Mensah, Asiamah Yeboah (PhD), Wilsom Kwaku Nimsaah and Benjamin Adjei Danquah, Capital Structure’s Effect on Organizational Performance: A case study of TESCO, European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, issue 67
  12. Nimsaah W. K., Asiamah Yeboah (Dr.), Adjei Danquah B. and Owusu Mensah S., Evaluating the Effects of Service Quality on Customer Satisfaction: A case of the Intercity Transport Company Limited in Ghana. International Journal of Business Management and Research, Vol. 41 issue 2, 1174 – 1185
  13. Adjei Danquah, B., Asiamah Yeboah (Dr.), Nimsaah, W. K., and Donkor, P.,(2014) The Effects of Exchange Rate on Ghana’s External Trade. British Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, May 2014, Vol. 9(1), 48 – 68.
  14. Atakora, A., Nimsaah, W. K., Adjei Danquah, B and Agyapong Poku, J. (2013) Globalization and Emergent Africa-Asia dialogue: The good , the bad and the ugly. African Journal of Business Management, November 2013 Vol. 8 Num. 40, 131 -156.