Dr. Isaac Adjei Mensah


Dept: Statistics and Actuarial Science

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    1. Musah, M., Mensah, I.A., Morrison A., Mahmood H., Murshed M., Omari-Sasu, A. Y., Boateng F., Nyaedi J.D., Coffie, C. P. K. (2021). Reinvestigating the Pollution Haven Hypothesis controlling for cross-sectional dependency and slope heterogeneity issues. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. (ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT-UNDER PRODUCTION).
    2. Boamah, K.B., Duo, J., Mensah I.A., Antwi S., Siddique A., Doku J.N. (2021). The environmental consequences of foreign aid and key economic indicators. The Sino Africa Pespective. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. (ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT-UNDER PRODUCTION).
    3. Chukwuma, N. J., Famba, T., Sun, H., Mensah, I. A., Kurauone, O., Li, L., & Chituku-Dzimiro, G. (2021). The effect of firm performance on CEO compensation: the moderation role of SOE reform. SN Business & Economics1(11), 1-32.
    4. Musah, M., Owusu-Akomeah, M., Nyeadi, J. D., Alfred, M., & Mensah, I. A. (2021). Financial development and environmental sustainability in West Africa: evidence from heterogeneous and cross-sectionally correlated models. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-23.
    5. Musah, M., Owusu-Akomeah, M., Boateng, F., Iddris, F., Mensah, I. A., Antwi, S. K., & Agyemang, J. K. (2021). Long-run equilibrium relationship between energy consumption and CO2 emissions: a dynamic heterogeneous analysis on North Africa. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-18.
    1. Mensah, I. A., Sun, M., Omari-Sasu, A. Y., Gao, C., Obobisa, E. S., & Osinubi, T. T. (2021). Potential economic indicators and environmental quality in African economies: new insight from cross-sectional autoregressive distributed lag approach. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-27.
    2. Musah, M., Kong, Y., Mensah, I. A., Antwi, S. K., Osei, A. A., & Donkor, M. (2021). Modelling the connection between energy consumption and carbon emissions in North Africa: Evidence from panel models robust to cross-sectional dependence and slope heterogeneity. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 1-15.
    3. Mensah, I. A., Sun, M., Gao, C., Omari-Sasu, A. Y., Sun, H., Ampimah, B. C., & Quarcoo, A. (2020). Investigation on key contributors of energy consumption in dynamic heterogeneous panel data (DHPD) model for African countries: fresh evidence from dynamic common correlated effect (DCCE) approach. Environmental Science and Pollution Research27(31), 38674-38694.
    4. Mensah, I. A., Sun, M., Gao, C., Omari-Sasu, A. Y., Zhu, D., Ampimah, B. C., & Quarcoo, A. (2019). Analysis on the nexus of economic growth, fossil fuel energy consumption, CO2 emissions and oil price in Africa based on a PMG panel ARDL approach. Journal of Cleaner Production228, 161-174.
    5. Gao, C., Tao, S., He, Y., Su, B., Sun, M., & Mensah, I. A. (2021). Effect of population migration on spatial carbon emission transfers in China. Energy Policy156, 112450.
    6. Musah, M., Kong, Y., Mensah, I. A., Li, K., Vo, X. V., Bawuah, J. ... & Donkor, M. (2021). Trade openness and CO2 emanations: a heterogeneous analysis on the developing eight (D8) countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-16.
    7. Musah, M., Kong, Y., Mensah, I. A., Antwi, S. K., & Donkor, M. (2021). The connection between urbanization and carbon emissions: a panel evidence from West Africa. Environment, Development and Sustainability23(8), 11525-11552.
    8. Li, K., Zu, J., Musah, M., Mensah, I. A., Kong, Y., Owusu-Akomeah, M., ... & Agyemang, J. K. (2021). The link between urbanization, energy consumption, foreign direct investments and CO2 emanations: An empirical evidence from the emerging seven (E7) countries. Energy Exploration & Exploitation, 01445987211023854.
    9. Sun, D., Addae, E. A., Jemmali, H., Mensah, I. A., Musah, M., Mensah, C. N., & Appiah-Twum, F. (2021). Examining the determinants of water resources availability in sub-Sahara Africa: a panel-based econometrics analysis. Environmental Science and Pollution Research28(17), 21212-21230.
    10. Atingabili, S., Wang, W., Mensah, I. A., Tackie, E. A., Ahakwa, I., & Sarkodie, P. O. (2021). Teamwork and Physician Burnout: The Moderating Role of Perceived Organisational Support. Health13(4), 416-438.
    11. Phale, K., Fanglin, L., Adjei Mensah, I., Omari-Sasu, A. Y., & Musah, M. (2021). Knowledge-based economy capacity building for developing countries: A panel analysis in Southern African development community. Sustainability13(5), 2890.
    12. Tian, H., Otchere, S. K., Coffie, C. P., Mensah, I. A., & Baku, R. K. (2021). Supply Chain Integration, Interfirm Value Co-Creation and Firm Performance Nexus in Ghanaian SMEs: Mediating Roles of Stakeholder Pressure and Innovation Capability. Sustainability13(4), 2351.
    13. Nunfam, V. F., Afrifa-Yamoah, E., Adusei-Asante, K., Van Etten, E. J., Frimpong, K., Mensah, I. A., & Oosthuizen, J. (2021). Construct validity and invariance assessment of the social impacts of occupational heat stress scale (SIOHSS) among Ghanaian mining workers. Science of The Total Environment771, 144911.
    14. Li, K., Hu, E., Xu, C., Musah, M., Kong, Y., Mensah, I. A., ... & Su, Y. (2021). A heterogeneous analysis of the nexus between energy consumption, economic growth and carbon emissions: Evidence from the group of twenty (G20) countries. Energy Exploration & Exploitation39(3), 815-837.
    15. Coffie, C. P. K., Hongjiang, Z., Mensah, I. A., Kiconco, R., & Simon, A. E. O. (2021). Determinants of FinTech payment services diffusion by SMEs in Sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from Ghana. Information Technology for Development27(3), 539-560.
    16. Yang, H., Lu, Z., Shi, X., Mensah, I. A., Luo, Y., & Chen, W. (2021). Multi-region and multi-sector comparisons and analysis of industrial carbon productivity in China. Journal of Cleaner Production279, 123623.
    17. Guo, D. J., Sarpong, P. B., Asante Antwi, H., & Adjei Mensah, I. (2020). Evaluation of Green Procurement Practices among Mining Companies’ Hospitals in Ghana: A Qualitative Analysis. Environmental Health Insights14, 1178630219843115.
    18. Tachie, A. K., Xingle, L., Dauda, L., Mensah, C. N., Appiah-Twum, F., & Mensah, I. A. (2020). The influence of trade openness on environmental pollution in EU-18 countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research27(28), 35535-35555.
    19. Hu, X., Danso, B. A., Mensah, I. A., & Addai, M. (2020). Does innovation type influence firm performance? A dilemma of star-rated hotels in Ghana. Sustainability12(23), 9912.
    20. Li, K., Musah, M., Kong, Y., Adjei Mensah, I., Antwi, S. K., Bawuah, J., ... & Andrew Osei, A. (2020). Liquidity and firms’ financial performance nexus: panel evidence from non-financial firms listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange. SAGE Open10(3), 2158244020950363.
    21. Sun, H., Samuel, C. A., Amissah, J. C. K., Taghizadeh-Hesary, F., & Mensah, I. A. (2020). Non-linear nexus between CO2 emissions and economic growth: a comparison of OECD and B&R countries. Energy212, 118637.
    22. Musah, M., Kong, Y., Mensah, I. A., Antwi, S. K., & Donkor, M. (2020). The link between carbon emissions, renewable energy consumption, and economic growth: a heterogeneous panel evidence from West Africa. Environmental Science & Pollution Research27(23).
    23. Sun, H., Pofoura, A. K., Mensah, I. A., Li, L., & Mohsin, M. (2020). The role of environmental entrepreneurship for sustainable development: evidence from 35 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Science of the Total Environment741, 140132.
    24. Abban, O. J., Wu, J., & Mensah, I. A. (2020). Analysis on the nexus amid CO 2 emissions, energy intensity, economic growth, and foreign direct investment in Belt and Road economies: does the level of income matter?. Environmental Science and Pollution Research27(10), 11387-11402.
    25. Ssali, M. W., Du, J., Mensah, I. A., & Hongo, D. O. (2019). Investigating the nexus among environmental pollution, economic growth, energy use, and foreign direct investment in 6 selected sub-Saharan African countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research26(11), 11245-11260.
    26. Coffie, C. P. K., Zhao, H., & Adjei Mensah, I. (2020). Panel econometric analysis on mobile payment transactions and traditional banks effort toward financial accessibility in Sub-Sahara Africa. Sustainability12(3), 895.
    27. Allie, J. N., & Mensah, I. A. (2019). Foreign Direct Investment and Total Factor Productivity Growth Nexus: A Realistic Testimony from VECM Approach. Journal of Finance and Economics7(4), 118-126.
    28. Dasilveira, I. K., Yang, J., Mensah, I. A., & Quarcoo, A. (2019). Human Resource Management Practices and Employee Turnover Intentions Nexus: Does the Mediating Role of Job Satisfaction Matter?. Open Journal of Business and Management8(01), 1.
    29. Oswin, A. A., Ma, Z., Li, M., Isaac, A. M., Ayamba, E. C., & Nana, K. N. (2019). The 1978 economic reforms of China and its impact on economic growth-A time series data analysis. Journal of Statistics and Management Systems22(8), 1511-1538.
    30. Mensah, I. A., & Sun, M. (2019). Estimating the determinants of energy consumption in mutlisectoral African economies: evidence from panel methods efficient to heterogeneity and cross-sectional reliance. (2019), Energy Proceedings (Conference Paper).
    31. Huaisheng, Z., Manu, B. D., Mensah, I. A., Mingyue, F., & Oduro, D. (2019). Exploring the effect of school management functions on student’s academic performance: A dilemma from public senior high schools in Ghana. Journal of Arts and Humanities8(6), 33-45.
    32. Musah, M., Kong, Y., & Mensah, I. A. (2019). Exploring the link between operational efficiency and firms’ financial performance: An empirical evidence from the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE). International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development3(4), 1-7.
    33. Prince, A. O., Isaac, M. A., David, A., & Lloyd, L. N. Modelling Defective Parts of Printed Circuit Boards in the Manufacturing Industries in Ghana.
    34. Zhongming, T., Mpeqa, R., Mensah, I. A., Ding, G., & Musah, M. (2019). On the nexus of credit risk management and bank performance: A dynamic panel testimony from some selected commercial banks in China. Journal of Financial Risk Management8(2), 125-145.
    35. Ssali, M. W., Du, J., Hongo, D. O., & Mensah, I. A. (2018). Impact of economic growth, energy use and population growth on carbon emissions in sub-Sahara Africa.  Environ. Sci. Eng7, 178-192.
    36. Li, X., Sun, M., Han, D., Gao, C., He, H., & Mensah, I. A. (2018). Dynamic features of China's photovoltaic listed companies in different periods: Based on partial Granger causality network. Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy10(4), 045904.
    37. Ocloo, C. E., Xuhua, H., Afriyie, S. O., Asante, H. A., & Adjei, I. M. (2018). An Exploratory Examination of the Relationship between Business to Business Electronic Commerce Adoption and Competitive Advantage of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. BRITISH JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH9(2).
    38. Danso, B. A., Xuhua, H., Addai, M., & Mensah, I. A. (2018). Ranking Social Media Utilization among Tourists to Improve Marketing Innovation Using Bayesian Posterior Probability and Maximum Posterior Probability Procedure (MAP): Evidence from the Hospitality Industry in Ghana. Canadian Journal of Applied Science and Technology6(2).
    39. Abdul-Rasheed, A. A. A., Wen, L. Y., Ibrahim, A. F., & Mensah, I. A. (2018). Governance of Inter-Organisational Relationship through Canonical Correlation Analysis Approach: The Case between Mobile Network Operators and Content Providers. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES8(1).
    40. Mensah, I. A., Alhassan, E. A., Affi, P. O., Baah, A., & Sarfo, B. K. O. (2018). Modelling the occurrence of dental carries in adult population in Ghana; A comparison of competing count regression models. J Biostat Biometric App3(2), 201.
    41. Alhassan, E. A., Isaac, A. M., & Emmanuel, A. (2017). Time series analysis of malaria cases in Kasena Nankana Municipality. International Journal of Statistics and Applications7(22), 43-56.
    42. Omari-Sasu, A. Y., Isaac, A. M., & Boadi, R. K. (2016). Statistical models for count data with applications to road accidents in Ghana. International Journal of Statistics and Applications6(3), 123-137.
    43. Mensah, I. A., Asante-Darko, D., Sackey, D. T., & Emmanuel, O. B. (2016). Investigation of the Relationship between Direct Major Causes of Maternal Mortality and Some Indirect Factors (Age, Parity and Gravida) through Canonical Correlation Analysis. International Journal of Statistics and Applications, 6(4): 253-258
    44. Isaac, Adjei Mensah, Agyei Wallace, and Kwasi Boateng. "Assessing the occurrence of maternal mortality and some related factors at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital." International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research4, no. 12 (2015).

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