Dr. Daniel Domeher

Senior Lecturer


Dept: Accounting and Finance
KNUST SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
AYIM COMPLEX
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  Financial inclusion Financial Innovation SME Financing in the developing world Real Estate Financing in the developing world Property Rights E...~more

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  • Daniel Domeher is currently a Senior Lecturer in Banking and Finance at the Department of Accounting & Finance of the KNUST School of Business. He obtained his PhD in property rights and access to credit from the Liverpool John Moores University, UK in 2013. Daniel also holds an MA in Banking and Finance from Sheffield Hallam University, UK and a BA degree in Economics and Geography (First Class) from KNUST, Ghana. He is currently the Head of department of Accounting and Finance. He is a 2006 Commonwealth Scholar. Daniel has more than ten (10) years of experience in teaching and learning in higher education. He has an HEA accredited certificate in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education (UK). He has taught various courses at both undergraduate and post graduate levels. His research interest includes the following: Financial inclusion, Financial Innovation, SME Financing in the developing world, Real Estate Financing in the developing world, Property Rights Economics in developing Economies. He has published in journals and conferences of international repute. Daniel is currently supervising three PhD students and has successfully supervised several MPhil, MSc. And MBA students. He currently serves as a moderator and external examiner for other Universities. He has served on several committees as Chairman and member over the years and is experienced in curriculum design. Daniel has great experience working in multicultural groups. He is passionate about research that influences policy decisions.  He can be contacted through the following emails: cass@knust.edu.gh, or danielddomeher@gmail.com 

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