Name: Mr. Evans Tee
Faculty: Accounting and Finance
Department: Banking and Finance
Phone mobile: +233 (0) 248598427
- Actuarial Science
- Risk Management and Insurance
Mr. Evans Tee hails from Yinduri, a village in the Talensi District of the Upper East Region, Ghana. He was born in Kade in the Eastern Region and has lived in Accra since 2003. Before he joined UPSA as a lecturer in 2019, he had worked as a lecturer in a private university from 2016-2019. His bi-cultural background and focus on community development have led him to a number of volunteer opportunities and community leadership roles. Mr. Tee received his Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science at UDS and a Master of Philosophy in Business Administration (Risk Management and Insurance) at the University of Ghana.
My key aim in teaching is about the promotion of learning of the subject matter as well as thought-provoking students to think logically and solve problems. It is my business to try to understand the students’ point of view, however “flawed” before attempting to introduce them to my own. All students in my class are treated equally, irrespective of age, gender, nationality, academic ability or level of intelligence.
- MPhil (University of Ghana) – 2014
- BSc (University for Development Studies) - 2011
Selected Publications (presented from the most recent to the earliest)
Refereed Journal Articles
- Tee, D. K., & Tee, E. (2018). Comparing the degree of service quality, customer satisfaction and loyalty between big and small banks in Ghana. The International Journal of Business & Management. 6(4), 285-293.
- Tee, D. K., Preko, A., & Tee, E. (2018). Determining the Degree of Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty: An Empirical Study of Retail Banking in Ghana. International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research (IJMSR), 6(3), 44-53.
- Tee, D. K., Preko, A., & Tee, E. (2018). Understanding the Relationships between Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty: An Investigation of Ghana’s Retail Banking Sector. British Journal of Marketing Studies, 6(2), 1-19.
- Boadi, A., Tee, E., & Opoku, T. R. (2017). Analysis of Factors Affecting Outstanding Claim Provision of Non-Life Insurance Firms in Ghana. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF), 8(4), III, 26-34.
- Tee, E. & Ofosu-hene, E. D. (2017). Stochastic Asset Models for Actuarial Use in Ghana. International Journal of Statistical Distributions and Applications, 3(4): 129-139.
- Tee, E. (2017). Asset Liability Management and the Profitability of Listed Banks in Ghana. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF), 8(3), IV, 09-14.
- Tee, E., Boadi, A. L., Opoku, T. R., & Obeng-Darko, T. (2017). The effect of the 2008 financial crises on Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from multinational companies. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, 8(16), 20-30.
- Tee, E., Larbi, F., & Johnson, R. (2017). Effect of FDI on the economic growth of Ghana. Journal of Business and Economic Development, 2(4), 240-246.
- Tee, E., Boadi, A. L., & Opoku, T. R. (2016). The effect of tax payment on the performance of SMEs, the case of selected SMEs in Ghana. European Journal of Business and Management, 8(20), 119-125.
Subject Areas (Teaching)
* Undergraduate level
- BASC 407 General Insurance
- BASC 305 Time Series and Forecasting
- BASC 208 Risk Theory
- BASC 304 Loss Distributions and Credibility Theory
- BCPC 112 Introduction to Business Statistics
- PBBS 201 Quantitative Methods