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Details about John Kwaku Amoh

Phone:+233243139610
Postal address:P.O.BOX LG 149, Legon, Ghana West Africa
Workplace:Faculty of Accounting, Banking and Finance, University of Professional Studies Accra, (more information at EDIRC)

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Journal Articles

2020

  1. Customers’ awareness and knowledge level of fraudulent acts in electronic banking in Ghana: evidence from a universal bank
    Journal of Financial Crime, 2020, 28, (3), 870-882 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Do corrupting activities hamper economic growth? Fresh empirical evidence from an emerging economy
    Journal of Financial Crime, 2020, 29, (3), 1114-1130 Downloads
  3. Does Service Quality Influence Tax Compliance Behaviour of SMEs? A New Perspective from Ghana
    International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 2020, 10, (6), 50-56 Downloads

2019

  1. An Estimation of the Taxable Capacity, Tax Effort and Tax Burden of an Emerging Economy: Evidence from Ghana
    International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 2019, 9, (3), 12-21 Downloads
  2. An estimation of the underground economy and tax evasion
    Journal of Money Laundering Control, 2019, 22, (4), 626-645 Downloads
  3. Are sub-Saharan African Countries Losing it on Oil and Gas Revenue Management too? Evidence from Ghana
    International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 2019, 9, (2), 89-97 Downloads
  4. DOES FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT CAUSE FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT – EVIDENCE FROM AN EMERGING ECONOMY
    Review of Economic and Business Studies, 2019, (23), 33-55 Downloads
  5. Does corruption cause tax evasion? Evidence from an emerging economy
    Journal of Money Laundering Control, 2019, 22, (2), 217-232 Downloads View citations (1)

2018

  1. Have the generous tax incentives in the natural resource sector been commensurate with FDI flows? A critical analysis from an emerging economy
    International Journal of Critical Accounting, 2018, 10, (3/4), 257-273 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Protecting the questionably knowledgeable user of accounting information: a defence of paternalism in the accounting profession
    International Journal of Critical Accounting, 2018, 10, (2), 152-168 Downloads
 
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