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  • AGYAPOMAA ENIMIL, HELENA; AGYEMANG POKUAA, MERCY; OWUSUAA AMANKWAA, AKOSUA (2012-11-20)
    Corporate social responsibility is a concept that emerged in the United States of America in the early 1960s; the concept is now widely known and accepted worldwide due to globalization of businesses. In Ghana, the concept ...
  • QUANSAH, JAMES; AKO-GYIMA, EMMANUEL; BOATENG, ACHIAA DORCAS (2012-11-20)
    This study examines the influence and effects of Brown Envelope syndrome on journalism practice in Kumasi. Data was collected by triangulation method, that is, quantitative and qualitative research methods which helped ...
  • OWUSU, WILLIAM; ABOAGYE, AYENSU NANA; BONSU, ISAAC OSEI; OWUSU NYARKO, LYDIA (2012-11-21)
    Organisations are created to achieve specific goals and objectives. Unfortunately, goals are not always achieved as expected, because they should be reached in a context of risky environments. Internal auditing is one of ...
  • OSEI, REXFORD KWAME; BOAKYE-MARFO, KYEI CHARLES; ASAMOAH, MICHAEL; FYNN, VERONICA; OSEI, PORTIA (2012-11-21)
    The payment system in Kumasi has undergone considerable change as electronic payment has gained increasingly popularity, especially in the central business district. Payment for goods and services in the Kumasi metropolis ...
  • KWASI BOATENG, EDWARD; RASHID, IBRAHIM; ANUM, THEOPHILUS; TAHIRU, ALHASSAN; BOADU, NAOMI; AMPOFO, TWUMASI (2012-11-21)
    The main purpose of this study was to study the practice of auditing in a service delivery company. The research was intended to get the response on how service companies practice auditing. This study postulates that ...
  • NII ADDY, DENNIS; MARFO, EMMANUEL; OSEI OWUSU, MICHAEL; ACQUAH, KWASI NELSON; WIAFE - MENSAH, MARY (2012-11-21)
    Internal Audit Function is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organisation’s operations. It helps an organization accomplish its objectives by bringing a ...
  • KWARTENG BOADU, RICHARD; BOADI, FRANK; ADE- TWENEBOAH, MICHAEL; BOAFO, STEPHEN; ADUSEI, FRANCIS (2012-11-21)
    Circumstances among others have painted CEPS as an institution that is not patriotic. This has relegated the contribution of CEPS to the background. This study is aimed at exploring the contribution of CEPS in respect of ...
  • KWABENA, BOATENG; ADDAI, EDWARD; BOATENG AKUOKU, ISAAC; ANTWI DARKWAH, EBENEZER; AMANKWAH TAWIAH, OSEI (2012-11-21)
    The need to assess the financial performance of any company cannot be overemphasized as this assessment is of great benefit to the diverse range of stakeholders in every company. The study focused on the financial performance ...
  • NTI- APPIAGYEI, RITA; ADJEI, YAW PETER; DOVE, FRED; DOMFE K., DESMOND; OPOKU MARFO, KWABENA (2012-11-21)
    The study is about “Employee involvement as an effective management tool in decision-making process in an organization. This study, therefore, sought to determine the impact of employee involvement as a management tool in ...
  • ASENSO, HENRY STEPHEN; ADUBOFOUR, MILLICENT; MENSAH, AFRIFA KOFI; BOATENG, ERNEST; KARIKARI OWUSU, DANIEL (2012-11-21)
    Tax is a compulsory payment which the state imposes on individuals, firms and organizations not as a penalty for any offense or immediate exchange of goods, but as income to enable her meet its expenditure. Tax evasion is ...
  • OSEI –POKU, ALEXANDER; MARFO, FRANCIS; SERWAA AFRIYIE, BONSU; SOWAH, FRANCIS; ADJEI-SARPONG, HARRY HANSON (2012-11-21)
    The research was to find out the impact of the District Assembly Common Fund (DACF) on the people in the Wasa Amenfi –East District. The Wasa Amenfi – East District Assembly (WAEDA) was selected for the study. The ...
  • ANKAMA, STEPHEN; NKETIA BEDIAKO, PATRIK; SARFO ADU- YEBOAH, STEPHEN; ASAMOAH OKRAH, REBECCA; SERWAAH, YAA (2012-11-21)
    Small and medium scale enterprises contribute over 22% of the employment opportunities and 15.5% of GDP in Ghana. Despite their significance, recent studies show that 60 % of the SMEs fail within the first few months ...
  • TIMAH APPIAGYEI, AKUA; PEPRAH, ELLEN; ADU- MINTAH, PRISCILLA; AMPONSAH, GLORIA; TUFFOUR, IVY; ASARE, ERNEST (2012-11-21)
    This study attempts to look at the usage of financial ratios to assess the performance of Asante Akyem Rural Bank Limited. The objectives of this study are therefore to help investors and other stakeholders to make sound ...
  • BONSU KUFFOUR, PHILEMON; DOMINIC WORTSI, ROMEO; ACQUAYE, ERNEST; OWUSU-ASANTEWAA, HENRIETTA; AKOLOGO, ESTHER (2012-11-21)
    Rural banks have been established to mobilize rural funds and assist the rural folks with credit facilities mainly in their productive activities. Therefore the study “The Contributions of the rural banks to the rural ...
  • AMANKWAA, SAMUEL; ASAFO-ADJEI, SHARON; BADU, CHARLOTTE; CROFFIE, FRANK EKOW; KUMAH, MARY (2012-11-21)
    The study is a critical examination of the role of Micro Finance Institutions in the empowerment of the rural women in Ghana’s economic development. The general objective of the study is to assess and evaluate the contribution ...
  • ADARQUAH, PRINCE AKWASI; BENNEH, YVONNE; PREMPEH -DUAH, AGYEMAN; ODURO, YVONNE; FOSU, ANN DENISE (2012-11-21)
    The study is to investigate the factors consumers consider in choosing a bank. To plan an appropriate marketing strategy for attracting new consumers and retaining existing ones, banks need to identify the way and manner ...
  • AIDOO, FAUSTINA; ADJEI DANSO, MARGARET; AKOTO, BAFFOUR; ATTAKORA, MILLICENT; CARL, COMFORT (2012-11-21)
    Microfinance refers to the provision of financial services to the poor-low income clients, including, consumers and the self – employed (Ledgerwood, 2000),Christen et al (2004) asserted that microfinance refers to a movement ...
  • NANA KWARTENG, EVANS; ACHEAMFOUR ADDO, MICHAEL; BOATENG, EVELYN; OFORI ACQUAAH, JOHN; JALULLAH, JOCAB (2012-11-21)
    This project work which seeks to find challenges of the tax administration in the Kumasi was used as a case study. The main purpose of the study was to find out the benefits of tax payers, problems of tax administration ...
  • AYINSONGYA ANABA, ROBERT; KONADU-AFOAKWA, LAUREEN; ODAME ASARE, BERTHA; OWUSU ACHIAW, ERNEST; OWUSU-AFRIYIE, NANCY; KWAKU HEYMANN, PRECIOUS (2012-11-21)
    The study is “the assessment of office bureaucracy and its effects on the performance of organizations in Ghana” using the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly as a case study. The objectives of this study includes: to find out ...
  • OPOKU-YEBOAH, JUSTICE; DEKYI, NATHANIEL; WILLIAM BENEDICT ANAMAN, EBENEZER; AWUNGAR MENSAH, MICHAEL (2012-11-21)
    Defining the research problem was crucial in defining the quality of the answers in the final chapter of the study, and determines the exact research method used. The study used a sample research question as- “in what ways ...