Kwame Ohene Djan

Kwame Ohene Djan
Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology | KNUST · Department of Marketing and Corporate Strategy

PhD International Business: Governance of Microfinance Institutions

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Introduction
Kwame Ohene Djan holds a BSc degree in Accounting from the KNUST, Ghana. He also holds Masters and PhD degrees in International Management all from the University of Agder, Norway. Currently, he is a Lecturer at Department of Marketing and Corporate Strategy, KNUST School of Business where he teaches courses in International Business and Strategic Management. His research interest are in areas such as social entrepreneurship and governance in microfinance.

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Corporate governance remains fundamental to ensuring the social mission alongside the financial sustainability of microfinance institutions. One primary governance issue relates to the legal form used to perform microfinance activities. The sector deploys various forms including Banks, Non-Bank Financial Institutions, Cooperatives and NGOs, but eac...
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Despite the growing research on financial resources within the supply chain of SMEs, our understanding of the relationship between financial resource building efforts and financial resource availability remains lacking. This study draws on attention-based view theory (ABV) to develop and test an argument that heterogeneity in financial resource ava...
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This chapter provides an empirically grounded assessment of Huawei’s contribution to the Ghana’s ICT (Information and Communication Technology) infrastructure and evaluates the performance of the Huawei brand on Ghana’s mobile phone market. Analysis of our field data suggests that, by far, Huawei is the largest foreign IT company with significant i...
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This chapter provides an empirically grounded assessment of Huawei’s contribution to the Ghana’s ICT (Information and Communication Technology) infrastructure and evaluates the performance of the Huawei brand on Ghana’s mobile phone market. Analysis of our field data suggests that, by far, Huawei is the largest foreign IT company with significant i...
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Social enterprises in the microfinance industry need to adhere to both financial and social demands. Critics argue that there is a mission drift away from the social mission, and this has motivated the introduction of social rating agencies to strengthen the business ethics of microfinance institutions (MFIs). Using a global dataset of 204 socially...
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Over the past four decades, microfinance has grown from small local initiatives into a global phenomenon practiced in many markets, mostly in low-income economies but also in well-developed markets like the US and the EU. Interestingly, microfinance institutions (MFIs), that is, providers of financial services to end customers, often have several c...
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This article provides a comprehensive review of scholarly research on credit risk measurement during the last 57 years applying bibliometric citation analysis and elaborates an agenda for future research. The bibliography is compiled using the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) Web of Science (WOS) database and includes all articles with ci...
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This paper provides a comprehensive review of scholarly research on credit risk measurement during the last 57 years applying bibliometric citation analysis and elaborates an agenda for future research. The bibliography is compiled using the ISI Web of Science database and includes all articles with citations over the period 1960-2016. Specifically...
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Christian affiliation has a minimal impact on the design of corporate governance in microfinance organizations. In comparison to secular microfinance institutions (MFIs), Christian MFIs do not have a slacker governance design. Christian MFIs have a higher audit quality and a significantly higher number of board meetings. Christian MFIs are relative...

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