Position: Senior Lecturer, Vice-Dean of Students, Senior Hall Tutor
Dr. Mrs. Philomena Dadzie is a Chartered Secretary by profession and has a wide range of experience in microfinance. She joined UPSA in August 2006 and teaches banking related courses. She has a doctorate degree in Higher Education Administration. She also worked with Women’s World Banking as a credit officer and manager and later moved to head the University of Ghana Co-op Credit Union. She is married with three children.
To impart knowledge to students to be morally upright, shrewd and thrifty in monetary affairs, and skilled in financial matters
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Higher Education Administration, University of Phoenix, Arizona, 2018
- Executive MBA Finance Option
- Associate Member ICSA
- Senior Hall Tutor 2007 to - date
- Vice Dean of Students 2015 to date
- Selected Publications
An Evaluation of Sustainability and Subsidy Dependence of Microfinance
Institutions in Ghana. International Business and Management, (ISSN 1923-
841X). vol 6 No.1 2013 pp. 55-63. www.cscanada.org
B2. AN Evaluation of how Institutional Characteristics, Agency Cost, Business
Strategy and Governance affect Sustainability of Microfinance Institutions in
Ghana – International Journal of Advances in Management and Economics.
(ISSN: 2278-3369).vol. 2 issue 1 47-60. www.managementjournal.info
B3. Managing institutional characteristics and client information for sustainability of microfinance institutions in Ghana. International Journal of Development and Sustainability. Vol. 2 No. 2. www.isdsnet.com/ijds
B4. Accounting for Foreign Direct Investment into the Ghanaian Economy –
International Business and Management, vol. 6 No. 2. www.cscanada.org.
- Banking and Finance
- Qualitative Methods
Professional Membership & Affiliations
- Associate, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators