Prof. Edward Ekow Ghartey

Professor in FSS - Economics: Faculty of Social Sciences

Bachelor of Arts from University of GuyanaDoctor of Philosophy from Dalhousie UniversityMaster of Arts from Acadia University
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Research Interests

  • Dynamic Panel Empirical Evidence of Exchange Rate Regimes: A Common Currency Case for the CSME
  • Foreign Exchange Market Efficiency: Evidence from Latin America and Asian Countries
  • Emperical Analysis of the Financial Experiences of Mexico and Jamaica in the Mid 1990's
  • Exchange Market Pressure, Sterilized Intervention and Monetary Policy in Ghana
  • Term structure of interest rates as means of forecasting interest rates and inflation in developing economies
  • Monetary and macroeconomics issues in the context of developing economies
  • Randon Walk as a Universal Test of Weah-form Foreign Exchange Market Efficiency: A Theoretical Proof
  • Measurement of Underground Economy and Implications for Policy: A Critical Review
  • Exchange Market Pressure and Reserve Fluctuations: The Mid 1990s Mexican Experiences
  • Hemispheric Free Trade: Caribbean Priorities


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