AUBG Economics Prof. Jeffrey Nilsen invites you to:
Topic: Interrogating the Corruption-Inflation Nexus in Anglophone Sub-Saharan Africa: A Focus on Ghana
Stephen Armah: Adjunct Associate Professor of Economics at AUBG and Senior Lecturer at Ashesi University College in Ghana
Alfred Berkoh: Research Assistant at Ashesi University
About the Presenter: Stephen Emmanuel Armah, PhD Dr. Stephen Armah, an Adjunct Associate Professor of Economics at AUBG, extends an invitation to delve into the intricacies of the Corruption-Inflation Nexus in Anglophone Sub-Saharan Africa, with a special focus on Ghana.
At AUBG, Dr. Armah imparts knowledge in Energy and Environmental Economics, International Trade, and Intermediate Microeconomics. Currently on sabbatical leave from Ashesi University, he serves as a Senior Lecturer in the Business Administration Department.
With over two decades of teaching experience in the United States and Ghana, Dr. Armah has supervised numerous theses and presented research in over 15 countries and 20 universities. His extensive portfolio includes publications such as "Addressing quality issues in African Higher Education: the case of Ghana" and the book "Nurturing Sustainable Prosperity in West Africa, Examples from Ghana."
Notably, Dr. Armah is the founder and Director of the Ashesi Economics Lecture Series, having edited the existing volumes of the Ashesi Economics Lecture Series journal.
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