School of Business Administration
Academic Staff

Mr. Karikari Amoa-Gyarteng is a lecturer and former Dean of Students.  His area is in Finance and Entrepreneurship. He obtained his masters from the Ken Blanchard College of Business at the Grand Canyon University in Phoenix Arizona. He has published in several journals such as the American Journal of Economics, Research in World Economy and the British Journal of Trade and is currently a PhD candidate in Finance.

Teaching Experience / Positions Held

Lecturer, School of Business Administration, Ghana Baptist University College, Kumasi

2011- 2017 Member, Academic Board, Ghana Baptist University College, Kumasi.

2013 –2017: Dean of Students’, Ghana Baptist University College, Kumasi.

2013-2017: Member, Executive Management Committee, Ghana Baptist University College, Kumasi.

2011-2013: Examination Officer, School of Business Administration, Ghana Baptist University College.

Courses Taught

  • Strategic Entrepreneurship                        
  • Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures  
  • Export Management 
  • Business Plan                                            
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship  
  • SME Risk and Finance Management         
  • Business Policy and Strategy


Amoa-Gyarteng, K. (2016). Depreciation of the Ghanaian Currency between 2012 and 2014: Result of Activities of Speculators or Economic Fundamentals? American Journal of Economics, 6(6), 300-305.

Amoa-Gyarteng,K.(2015). Benefits of a Project Finance Approach to Infrastructure Development in Ghana: The Need to Adopt a Public Private Partnership Model. Research in World Economy, 6(1), 151-158.

Amoa-Gyarteng,K.(2015). Investment and Commercial Banking: To Merge or Separate? An Empirical Analysis. British Journal of Trade, 10(4), 1-9.

Amoa-Gyarteng, K.( 2014).  International Tax Avoidance Schemes: An Investigation of Multinational Technology Companies. International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Science, 4(1), 365-370.

Amoa-Gyarteng,K.,Daudi, R.,Takyi, G.A, Prempeh, K.B.& Andani, A.B.(2014). Opportunity versus Necessity Entrepreneurship: An Investigation of Women Entrepreneurs in the Tourism Sector in Kumasi. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, 2(4),1-18

Amoa-Gyarteng, K.(2014).Analyzing a Listed Firm in Ghana for Early Warning Signs of Bankruptcy and Financial Statement Fraud: An Empirical Investigation of AngloGold Ashanti. European Journal of Business and Management, 6(5),10-17.

Amoa-Gyarteng,K.(2016). Pursuing a High Risk Business Model: The Case of Lehman Brothers Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2717666