Dr. Eric Arthur


Dept: Economics
Department of Economics
KNUST, Kumasi.

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Research Areas/Interests

Health Economics, Econometrics, Public Finance. ...~more

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    Journal Articles

    1. Arthur E. and Oaikhenan, H. E. (2020). Health Outcomes and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa. African Journal of Health Economics 9(2): 18-31http://doi.org/10.35202/AJHE.2020.9218-31
    2. Wallace, L. J., Nouvet, E., Bortolussi, R., Arthur, J. A., Amporfu, E., Arthur, E., Barimah, K. B., Bitouga, B. A., Chemusto, H., Ikechebelu, J., Joe-Ikechebelu, N., Kondé, M. K., Kabakambira, J. D., Kalombe, G. K., Karanja, D., Konje, E. T., Kouyate, S., Limeneh, G., Mulopo, F. M., Ndu, M., … Singini, D. (2020). COVID-19 in sub-Saharan Africa: impacts on vulnerable populations and sustaining home-grown solutions. Canadian journal of public health. https://doi.org/10.17269/s41997-020-00399-y
    3. Atim, C., Arthur, E., Achala, D. M., & Novignon, J. (2019). An Assessment of Domestic Financing for Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health in Sub-Saharan Africa: Potential Gains and Fiscal Space. Applied health economics and health policy, 1-11.
    4. Arthur (2019). Effect of household socio-economic factors on child nutritional status In Ghana, Kenya and Zambia- African Journal of Health Economics 8(2): 1-13. http://doi.org/10.35202/AJHE.2019.820111
    5. Arthur, E. (2019). The Effect of Household Socioeconomic Status on the Demand for Child Health Care Services. African Development Review31(1), 87-98.
    6. Arthur, E. and Oaikhenan, H. E. (2017), The Effects of Health Expenditure on Health Outcomes in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). African Development Review, 29: 524–536.
    7. Novignon J., Novignon J. and Arthur E., (2015) “Health Status and Labour Force Participation in Sub-Sahara Africa: A Dynamic Panel Data Model Analysis” African Development Review, Vol. 27, No. 1, 2015, 14–26.
    8. Fosu-Brefo R. and Arthur E., (2015) “Effect of Timely Initiation of Breastfeeding on Child Health in Ghana”. Health Economics Review, 2015.
    9. Arthur E., (2014) "Socioeconomic correlates of the choice of treatment for childhood fever in Ghana” The African Population Studies, Vol 28, no 2: Supplement on Demographic and Health Surveys in Africa.
    10. Nketiah-Amponsah E., and Arthur E., (2013) "Choice of Delivery Facility Among Expectant Mothers in Ghana-Does Access to Health Insurance Matter” Journal of Health Management, 15: 509.
    11. Nketiah-Amponsah E., Senadza B., Arthur E., (2013) "Determinants of utilization of antenatal care services in developing countries: Recent evidence from Ghana", African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, Vol. 4 Iss: 1, pp.58 - 73
    12. Nketiah-Amponsah, E., Arthur E., and Abuosi A., (2012). "Correlates of Contraceptive use among Ghanaian women of Reproductive Age (15-49 Years)". African Journal of Reproductive Health, 16(3): 155-170.
    13. Arthur E. (2012) "Wealth And Antenatal Care use; implications for maternal health care utilisation in Ghana". Health Economics Review 2012.
    14. Kwakwa, P.A., Arthur E., and Obeng S. (2012) "Demand for private higher education in Ghana: the case of the Presbyterian University College Ghana, Akuapem campus". International Journal of Management Research and Review.

    Book Chapter

    1. Nketiah-Amponsah, E., Aaron A. and Arthur E., (2012). Maternal Socio-economic Status and Childhood Birthweight: A Health Survey in Ghana. In: Deborah Raines and Zoe Iliodromiti (eds.): Neonatal Care. Intech, 1-18.

    Working Papers

    1. Amporfu, E., Sakyi, D., Frimpong, P. B., Arthur, E., & Novignon, J. (2018). The Distribution of Paid and Unpaid Work among Men and Women in Ghana: The National Time Transfer Accounts Approach(No. cwwwp3).
    2. Amporfu E., Arthur, E., Novignon J., and Wong, B., (2020), Costs and Benefits of Family Planning in Ghana, Ghana Priorities, Copenhagen Consensus Center, 2020. License: Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 4.0. https://www.copenhagenconsensus.com/sites/default/files/gp_a4_family_planning_final.pdf

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