Lecturers-Accounting and Finance

REDEEMER DORNUDO

Position: Senior Lecturer

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Academic Areas: 

  • Accounting, Public Sector Management and Governance.

Biography

Redeemer is an emerging scholar in accounting with a passion for public sector accounting and public sector management. Redeemer started his academic career at Ho Polytechnic as an Instructor in 2003 and was promoted to the position of Lecturer in Accounting in 2008. He was appointed Lecturer in Accounting at the University of Professional Studies, Accra in June 2010, and rose to the rank of Senior Lecturer in 2017. He has awesome passion for teaching and research in accounting and public financial management.

He is a Chartered Accountant (a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana) and actively involves himself in the development and promotion of professional accountancy in Ghana through teaching, training and advocacy.

Redeemer comes from Ho in the Volta Region and had his secondary school education at Mawuli School, Ho from 1994-1996.

 

Teaching Statement

Teaching is a knowledge sharing activity that achieves greater result when learners are placed at the centre thorough cooperative-knowledge building process.

 

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), (in progress)- Open University of Netherlands.
  • Master of Philosophy in Accounting, University of Ghana.
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting Option), University of Ghana.

 

 

Professional Experience

  • Research Officer, Department of Accounting, August 2014- September 2017.
  • Member, Technical and Research Committee of Institute of Chartered Accountant Ghana, 2014 to date.
  • Chairman, Audit Committee, Student Loan Trust Fund, 2018 to 2020.

Publications

Book Chapter:

1.

Onumah, J. M., & Krah, R. Y. (2012). Barriers and catalysts to effective internal audit in the Ghanaian public sector. Accounting in Africa (Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Volume 12 Part A) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 177-207.

Articles

 

Obeng, K and Krah, R.Y (2016).Default risk and debt recovery strategies of microfinance institutions: a comparative study of MFIS in Ghana. 8(21), 140-148.

 

Krah, R. Y., Aveh, F. K., and Addo, R. (2014). An exploratory study of financial management practices among Ghanaian households. International Journal of Management and Sustainability, 3(7), 397-414.

 

Amankwa Fosu, R, Krah, R. Y., and Obeng, K. (2014) Compliance of Financial Management Regime in Ghanaian Local Government. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting ,4 (12),19-29.

 

FK Aveh, RY Krah, and P.S Dadzie (2013). An evaluation of sustainability and subsidy dependence of microfinance institutions in Ghana. International Business and Management. 6(1) 53-65.

 

Aveh, K, Krah, R.Y and  Dadzie, P (2013). Business Strategy and Sustainability of Microfinance Institutions in Ghana. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting.4(10),17-27.

 

Aveh, F.K., Dadzie P.S, and Krah, R.Y(2013) Success of microfinance institutions: the Ghanaian experience. International Business and Management 6 (2), 91-97.

 

Aveh, F. K., Dzandu, M. D. and Krah, R. Y. (2013). Managing institutional characteristics and client information for sustainability of microfinance institutions in Ghana.International Journal of Development and Sustainability.2 ( 2),1-24.

 

Aveh, F. K., Krah, R. Y. and Dadzie, P. S (2013). Influence of Environmental and Governance Factors on Sustainability of Microfinance Institutions in Ghana. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting.4(12), 30-27.

 

Aveh. F.K and Krah R.Y (2013). Catalysts and Barriers to Foreign Direct Investment in Ghana. European Journal of Business and Management,5 (20),56 – 66.

 

Krah, R and Aveh, F.K. (2013). Public Sector Accounting Education: A Neglected Element of Public Financial Management Reform in Ghana. International Journal of Public Financial Management, 13(1), 36-51.

 

Aveh, F. K., Krah, R. Y., and Dadzie, P. (2013). Accounting for Foreign Direct Investment in Ghanaian Economy. International Business and Management, 6(2), 121-130.

CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS  (Appendix D1-D12)

 

 

Krah, R.Y and Amankwa-Fosu, R (2017). Financial transparency of high performance organisations in Ghana. Paper presented at the 3nd International Conference on Business Management and Entrepreneurial Development (ICBMED), University of Professional Studies Accra from 20th – 21st April, 2017.

 

Krah, R.Y and Amankwa, R (2017). Social media use and academic performance of accounting students in a Ghanaian public university. Paper presented at the 3nd International Conference on Business Management and Entrepreneurial Development (ICBMED), University of Professional Studies Accra from 20th – 21st April, 2017

Krah, R and Amankwa, R (2016). Accountability and transparency of Ghanaian Local Authorities: Internet financial reporting perspective, 6th African Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conferenceheld at Weston Hotel & Strathmore University- Nairobi, Kenya from the 31st August to 2nd September, 2016. (D3)

 

Amankwa, R and Krah, R (2016). Tax incentives and SMEs Attitude. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Business Management and Entrepreneurial Development (ICBMED), University of Professional Studies Accra from 21st – 22nd April, 2016.

 

Krah R. Y (2016). Citizen centric reporting: a tool for public financial accountability in Ghanaian local government, paper presented at the 5th Departmental Seminar of Accounting Department, University of Professional Studies on 26th February, 2016 at LBC Auditorium.

 

Krah, R.Y (2015). Citizens financial knowledge, financial trust and attitude towards local taxes. Implications for Financial reporting in Ghanaian local authorities. paper presented at University of Ghana Doctoral Students Research Conference, held at University of Ghana Business School from 5th -6th November,2015.

 

 

Krah R.Y and Welbeck E (2014). Factors influencing management support for internal audit function in Ghanaian public sector, African Accounting and Finance Association held at Stellenbosch University, South Africa from September 3 -6, 2014.

 

 

Krah, R. Y (2014). Does local government financial report matter? A citizen-centric financial reporting perspective.Africa and the world: Research in an emerging global context, 4th International PhD Conference organized by Open Universiteit, Netherlands from October 23-25, 2014.

 

Krah R. Y.  (2014), Audit committees in Ghanaian public sector:  The genesis, exodus and revelations, a paper presented at the third Departmental Research Seminar, Department of Accounting, Faculty of Accounting and Finance, University of Professional Studies Accra on April 9, 2014.

 

Krah, R.Y.et al (2013). A survey of financial management practices of Ghanaian household: Evidence from Ho Municipality, a paper presented at the Maiden Faculty and Departmental Research Seminar, Faculty of Accounting and Finance, University of Professional Studies Accra, on March 7th, 2013.

 

Onumah, J and Krah, R (2011), The role of internal audit in the public sector: the case of Ghana, a paper presented at the first Annual Conference, African Accounting and finance Association, 4th -6 September 4-6, 2011 at Alisa Hotel Accra-Ghana.

 

 

Subject Areas

  • MBAF 615: Public Sector Accounting (MBA II)
  • MCPC 618: Accounting and Financial Systems (MBA II)
  • PBAC 402: Public Sector Accounting (Undergraduate Level 400)
  • PBAC 202: Financial Accounting I (Undergraduate Level 200)
  • PBAC 301: Financial Accounting III (Undergraduate Level 300)
  • PDBA 225: Public Sector Accounting (Diploma, Level 200)
  • Paper 2.5: Public Sector Accounting and Finance (ICAG Level 2)
  • Paper 2.6: Corporate Strategy, ethics and Governance (ICAG level 2)

Professional Membership & Affiliations

  • Member, Institute of Chartered Accountants
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