Dr. Simpson is a senior 扑克 lecturer in Accounting at the University of Ghana Business School, and currently studying for PhD in Accounting and Finance at University of Birmingham, Uk.
Dr. Simpson is a senior lecturer in Accounting at the University of Ghana Business School. He earned a PhD in Accounting and Finance at University of Birmingham, Uk in 2013. Prior to joining UGBS, Simpson worked in the hotel and insurance sectors and as Lecturer has participated and facilitated trainings and workshops both locally and internationally.
Role/Position: Senior Lecturer
Office Location: G5
Simpson S.N.Y (2014). Boards and Governance of State-Owned Enterprises. Corporate Governance, forthcoming in Vol. 14 (2), 1-17.
Asare, N., Onumah, J. M., & Simpson, S. N. Y. (2013). Exploring the Disclosure of Intellectual Capital in Ghana: Evidence from Listed Companies. Journal of Accounting & Marketing, 2(1), 1-7.
Simpson, S. N. Y., and Odainkey, H. N., (2013). Ensuring Accountability in State-owned Enterprises: Examining the Role of Annual Reports from a Middle Income Country’s Perspective. Journal of Institute of Public Enterprise, 36 (1/2), 1-20.
Simpson, S. N. Y. (2013). Performance Contract and Performance Evaluation of State-Owned Enterprises: Insights from the Goal Setting Theory. Journal of Public Administration & Governance, 3(2), 22-39
Simpson, S. N. Y., & Buabeng, T. (2013). Performance Contract and Performance of Public Enterprises: A Study of the Implementation Processes. Journal of Public Administration & Governance, 3(2), 10-22
Simpson S.N.Y and Onumah J.M (2010). Performance Contracts and State Enterprises: The Ghanaian Perspective. African Journal of Administrative Studies, 75, 21-35.
Simpson S.N.Y and Berko, O.L, (2009). An Evaluation of Financial Health of Non-Life Insurance Companies from Developing Countries: The Case of Ghana. The ICFAI University Journal of Risk & Insurance, 6(1), 30-49.
Simpson S.N.Y, (2008). Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Boards and Corporate Governance: The Ghanaian Experience. Corporate Ownership and Control, 6(2), 89-98.
Onumah J.M & Simpson, S.N.Y (2008). The Accounting Discipline and the Government Budgeting Concept. International Journal on Governmental Financial Management, 8(2), 1-18.
Simpson, S.N.Y and Welbeck, E.E (2013). Computer Technology and Teaching of Accounting by Universities in Ghana In Onumah J. M., Amidu, M., and Simpson, S.N.Y (Ed.), Enhancing the Development Agenda through Research in Accounting Practices and Education (pp. 3-14), Accra, Ghana: Woeli Publishing Services, Simpson, S. N. Y. (2012). Developments in Public Sector Accounting Practices: The Ghanaian Experience. In Venancio Tauringana, Musa Mangena (ed.) Accounting in Africa (Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Volume 12), pp.209-226, Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Onumah, J. M., Simpson, S. N. Y., & Babonyire, A. (2009). The audit expectation gap concept: Examining views on auditors’ reports from Ghana. In Mathew Tsamenyi, Shahzad Uddin (ed.) Accounting in Emerging Economies (Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Volume 9), pp.321-343, Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings
Simpson S.N.Y (2013). Improving Performance Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Enterprises: A Proposal, the 14th Annual International Academy of African Business and Development (IAABD) Conference, held at GIMPA, Accra, Ghana, from 14 May – 18 May 2013. 2013 ISBN 0-9765288-8-6, pp, 265-273 Simpson S.N.Y and Odainkey, H. N., (2013). Evaluating Performance Contracting as a Tool for Evaluating State-owned Enterprises in two developing countries: A look at the Performance Dimensions, The 3rd Annual Conference African Accounting And Finance Association held at the Speke Resort & Conference Centre, Munyonyo, Kampala, Uganda, from 4th to 6th September, 2013.
Simpson S. N.Y and Simpson N.M, (2011). Are Developing Countries ready for Integrated Regulation for the Financial Sector? Evidence from Ghana, 1st International Conference on Accounting and Finance in Africa, held in Accra, Alisa Hotel, September, 7-9, 2011
Second Semester EACCT 604 Sustainability Accounting & Reporting (Graduate level)
First Semester ADMN 405 Financial Accounting V (Level 400) ADMN 007 Business Statistics (Diploma Level)
ADMN 412 Public Sector Accounting (Level 400) ADMN 046 Taxation (Diploma Level)
First Semester ADMN 409 Taxation (Level 400; Main campus) ADMN 405 Financial Accounting V (Level 400) ADMN 007 Business Statistics (Diploma Level)
Second Semester ADMN 412 Public Sector Accounting (Level 400) ADMN 046 Taxation (Diploma Level) ADMN 302 Financial Accounting IV (Level 300)
Supervised three (3) MPhil thesis, four (4) MBA long essays and sixty-two (62) undergraduate long essays over the years
Amankwa Cyprian (2014). Tax Planning Practices of Small and Medium Enterprises in Ghana Oppong-Nkrumah Akua (2014). Ethics Education in Accounting: A Survey of the Accounting Programmes of Universities In Ghana Mantey Rita (2010). Financial Reporting of Risks in Ghana: the case of listed companies Amo Hanna Fosua (2009). The impact of accounting systems and procedures of the operations of the district mutual Health insurance scheme in Ghana
Lawrence Amoako. (2014). The Balanced Scorecard and its Impact on Motivation and Performance at the Individual and the Organizational Level. Solomon Kofi Yeboah (2014). Public Sector Financial Management Reforms in Ghana: The Case of Ghana Integrated Financial Management Information System (GIFMIS). Fred Kwasi Anokye (2014) Accounting for and Accountability of Public Private Partnerships (PPPS) in Ghana. Emmanuel Tenakwah Junior (2014). Public sector Reforms Public Sector Auditing in Ghana.
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