Taxation, Fiscal Policy and Planning
Computerised Accounting Information Systems
John Amoh is a Chartered Accountant and member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana (ICAG). Prior to joining UPSA, he worked with Multimedia Group Limited as a Finance Officer and then as Management Accountant from 2002 to December 2010. He teaches Taxation, Fiscal policy and Planning, Computerised Accounting Information Systems and Financial Accounting at the undergraduate and professional levels. He is also a consultant, and an adjunct lecturer at Wisconsin University College.
John’s research interests are Taxation, Planning and Fiscal policy, Economic Development, Corruption and Critical Accounting. He is married with four wonderful children.
- PhD (Finance) candidate, GIMPA Business School
- MPhil (Accounting), University of Ghana, Legon, 2008
- Administration (Accounting Option), University of Ghana, Legon, 1999
Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana) May 2007
- Amoh, J. K, and Adom, P.K. (2017) ‘‘The determinants of tax revenue growth of an emerging economy – the case of Ghana’’, International Journal of Economics and Accounting, Vol. 8, Nos. 3/4, pp. 337–353.
- Ali-Nakyea, A. and Amoh, J.K. (2018), ‘‘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, Vol. 10, No. 3/4, pp.257–273.
- Adafula, B., Atuilik, W.A. and Amoh, J.K. (2018) ‘Protecting the questionably knowledgeable user of accounting information: a defence of paternalism in the accounting profession’, International Journal of Critical Accounting, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp.152–168.
- Amoh, J. K and Ali-Nakyea, A. (forthcoming), ‘‘Does corruption cause tax evasion?’’, International Journal of Money Laundering Control (Emerald). doi/1108/JMLC- 01-2018-0001)
- Amoh, J. K. (forthcoming), Taxation and Fiscal Policy Manual for Graduate Students. UPSA Distance Learning School. (Under review)
- Ali-Nakyea, A., Amoh, J. K., & Mohammed, N. A. (2019). Are sub-Saharan African Countries Losing it on Oil and Gas Revenue Management too? Evidence from Ghana. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 9(2), 89-97.
- Amoh, J. K. (2019). 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, 9(3), 12-21.
BACT 305 Taxation I
PBAC 305 Taxation
BACT 403 Taxation and Fiscal Policy
PBAC 403 Taxation II
BACT 306 Computerised Accounting Information Systems
BACT 202 Financial Accounting I
Professional Membership &Affiliations
Member, Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG)