george acheampong

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CURRICULUM VITAE
GEORGE ACHEAMPONG
PERSONAL DETAILS:
George Acheampong
Born: July 5, 1984
Address: P.O. Box LG 75, Legon, Accra, Ghana
RT 5, University of Ghana Business School, Legon, Accra, Ghana
Institute of Food & Resource Economics, Rolighedsvej 25, DK - 1958 Frederiksberg,
Copenhagen
Phone: +233 26 7071793 (Ghana)
+45 50 120536 (Denmark)
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
EDUCATION:
Pursuing
PhD (University of Ghana/University of Copenhagen)
2011
MPhil (University of Ghana)
2008
BSc (University of Ghana)
PUBLICATIONS:
Acheampong, G. (2013). Fortress Ghana? Exploring Marginality and Enterprising Behaviour
among Migrants in Kumasi Zongos. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 4(3),
108-117.
Buame, S. C., Asempa, N. A., & Acheampong, G. Exploring the skills, knowledge and attitudes
of successful female entrepreneurs in Ghana. Management Science Letters, 3 (2013) 395-404
Kudonoo, E. C., Buame, S. C., & Acheampong, G. (2012). Managing Human Resources for
Competitive Entrepreneurial Advantage in Ghana: A Resource-Based View. School of Doctoral
Studies European Union Journal, No. 4 pp 71-83 (2012).
Acheampong, G., & Kumah, B. Impact of firm-level factors and market entry mode on
performance: A study of service MNCs in an emerging economy. Management Science Letters,
2 (2) pp 631-646
CONFERENCE PAPERS:
The challenge of measuring the social license to operate: Comparing narrations and scales
collected from African mining stakeholders (IAIA 2013, Calgary)
Network Perspectives of Organisational Innovation in Small and Medium Scale Enterprises
(INSNA 2013, Hamburg)
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CURRICULUM VITAE
GEORGE ACHEAMPONG
Fortress Ghana? Exploring Marginality and Enterprising Behaviour among Migrants in Kumasi
Zongos (UG-IAS, 2012, Accra-Legon)
The nature of entrepreneurship in bottom of the pyramid markets (ISBE 2011, Sheffield)
TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
May 2010 –June 2011
Academy of Business Administration (ICM)
Lecturer (Marketing Management and Customer Service)
August 2010-July 2012
University of Ghana Business School
Teaching Assistant
Duties: I. Assisting faculty of marketing department in their research
II. Assisting in the teaching of entrepreneurship, integrated marketing, international
marketing and marketing research
August 2010-May 2012
Ashesi University College
Faculty Intern
Duty: Assisting in the teaching of social research methods, entrepreneurship and supply chain
management
PROJECT EXPERIENCES:
2007-2009: Monitor and Service Provider for Business Sector Advocacy (BUSAC) Fund
initiatives in northern Ghana and some parts of rural Greater Accra Region. I monitored, built
capacity and helped business sector associations implement advocacies to remove institutional
bottlenecks hampering their growth.
2010: Provided pro bono business development services for pepper farmers in the Tano South of
the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana organized by the Care Nehemiah International (farmer-based
NGO)
2012: Undertook stakeholder mapping exercises for Anglogold Ashanti Ghana in Accra, Tarkwa
and Obuasi. The exercise mapped key stakeholders, their expectations and the role of the mine
and other stakeholders in the development of mining communities.
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