Faculty Directory

Faculty Directory

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ADUSEI, M.K.

Educational qualifications:

  • MPA & MBCHB (School of Medicine) in Public Administration & Public Health.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Applied Epidemiology.
  • Public Health

Professional Certifications: 

  • MBCHB

 

AFRIFAH, M.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Marketing & Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Marketing Management
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Research Methodology

 

AINGUAH, F.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Statistics.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Quantitative Research Methodology
  • Research Seminars & Workshops in Quantitative Research Methods

 

AMOAKOHENE, G.

Educational qualification:

  • MBA, The University of Liecester, the U.K.
  • MSc in Finance, Oxford Brookes University, the U.K.
  • BSc in Mathematics

Teaching activity:

Gertrude teaches the following courses in the MBA program:

  • Global Investments
  • Financial Markets
  • Global Corporate Finance

Research and publication:

Gertrude’s primary research interest is in Marketing Research where she’s involved in a number of projects.

 

AMPONG, G.O.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Business Administration.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Strategic Management.
  • Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops.

 

ANKRAH, E.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD Candidate in Health Economics, University of Cape Town, Ghana.
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) with specialization in Health Economics, University of Ghana, Ghana.
  • MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery), University of Ghana Medical School, Ghana.
  • BSc in Medical Science, University of Ghana Medical School, Ghana.

Further qualifications:

  • Specialist in Health Policy, Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons, 2012
  • Measuring utility in health technology assessment by Health Technology Assessment lnternational in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 2011.
  • Hospital Based Health Technology Assessment by Health Technology Assessment Intemational in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2011 Health Information Systems organized by the Health Service, Ghana.
  • Introduction to Pharmacoeconomics by International Society for Pharmacoecomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) in Baltimore, USA, 2011.
  • Bayesian Analysis; Overview and Applications by ISPOR in Baltimore, USA, 2011
  • Bayesian Analysis Advanced by ISPOR in Baltimore, USA Risk sharing Performance based arrangements in medical Devices by ISPOR in Baltimore, USA, 2011.
  • Scientific Communication: Managing Bibliographies and References using Endnote X4, 2011.
  • Consultancy “soft skills” training workshop in Ghana, 2011.
  • 2011 Study tour of Rwanda and Zambia to understudy their health system, couples counselling in HIV and performance based financing.
  • Reproductive and Child Health Epidemiology organized by CDC, Atlanta in Ghana, 2011.
  • 2010 Newer methods of HIV Care and Treatment, Strengthening institutional public health unit in Ghana
  • National Health Insurance Clinical Audit Training, Ghana, 2010.
  • Certificate in Cell Fate Regulation Research and Education; from Molecular Basis to Clinical Application, Ghana, 2009.
  • Certificate in International Course for Clinical Immunology of Infectious Diseases-Total Quality Management, Ghana, 2008.
  • Antiretroviral Therapy Management Workshop, Ghana, 2006
  • Introduction to Investments: Workshop on Rational use of Drugs, 2005
  • Elective programme in Cardiology, Hadassal1 Medical Centre, Israel, 2004.

Areas of teaching activity

Dr. Ankrah-Odame who is an adjunct faculty member from the Ghana Ministry of Health and Ghana Technology University College teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe MBA program with specialization in Healthcare Management:

  • Global Healthcare Management
  • Public Health
  • Applied Epidemiology

Research and Publication:

Dr. Ankrah-Odame’s research and publication activity focuses primarily on Health Economics.

 

ANTWI, E.B.A.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Public Health
  • International Healthcare Management

 

APEKEY, A.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • International Human Resources Management.
  • International Relations & Crisis Management.

 

ASARE, C.

Educational qualification:

  • B.A. (Hons) in banking, Economics, and Law, London Metropolitan University, the U.K.
  • Diploma in Management (Banking and Financial Services), University of Leicester, the U.K.
  • MBA, the University of Sunderland, the U.K.

Further qualifications

  • Continuous Professional Development (CPD) – Chartered Institute of Marketing UK (CIM) requirement
  • CPD – “Avoiding Plagiarism through Assessment Design”, Coventry University, the U.K.
  • CPD – “The Assessment Journey from Learning Outcomes to Moderation”, Coventry University, the U.K.
  • Faculty Certificate in Online Teaching, Ghana technology University College (GTUC), Ghana.

Mr. Asare from GTUC is an Adjunct faculty member at CASS Europe with teaching responsibility for the following courses in Institution’s BBA and MBA programs:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Marketing Research
  • Financial Management

 

ASIEDU, E.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Organizational Behavior.
  • Human Resources Management.
  • Leadership Development & Competency Management.
  • International Healthcare Management

Professional Certifications: 

  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy, U.K.

 

AZIATOR, L.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Healthcare Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Healthcare Management.
  • Qualitative Data Analysis.

 

B

BANON, G.

Has a Master of Science degree with specialization in Marketing.

Banon teaches Strategic Management and Marketing courses in the BBA and MBA programs.

Research and publication

Banon’s areas of research interests are Strategic Management and Marketing where he has a number of on-going research projects..

 

BARIMAH, B.K.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Healthcare Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Quality Management in Healthcare.

 

BERKO, D. O.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Global Business Strategy.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops.

 

BOISON, D.K.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Supply Chain Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Global Operations Strategy.
  • Operations Management.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops.

 

BOLLAMPALLY, K.

Educational qualifications:

  • MSc in Supply Chain Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Supply Chain Management.
  • Global Operations Strategy.
  • Operations Management.

 

C

CHEMALY, P.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Strategic Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Business Ethics.
  • Cross-Cultural Management.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops

 

COLIBALY, M.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Managerial Economics & Finance.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • International Finance.
  • International Economics.
  • Investment Analysis.

 

CREMONE, C.A.

Catello Antonio Cremone holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Commerce from the University of Salerno (Italy) and MSc in Management and Leadership of Healthcare Organizations from the same university. He is the author of the following publication:

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: The Healthcare Reform in the United States of America, Aracne editrice int., 2015 – ISBN 978 88 548 8470-0.

He has participated in the following international conference in 2016:

TAD 12th  Transatlantic Dialogue by E.G.P.A.- Ghent University- Belgium. 

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, June 8-11, 2016.  

Title of the paper presented and discussed: “The dynamic interaction between political leadership and public servants as critical factor in the management of “Public Institutions”.

He continues to carry out research in public health and healthcare management in collaboration with colleagues at the School of Public Policy and Administration, The University of  Delaware, Newark, U.S.A.  

 

CROLAIS, P.

Educational qualifications:

  • MBA in Supply Chain Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Global Operations & Strategy.
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Logistics

 

D

DABIE, S.N.

Educational qualifications:

  • MBA in Strategic Marketing.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Multichannel Marketing

Professional Certifications: 

  • Fellow, Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), U.K.
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing, CIM, U.K.

 

DAMOE, J.

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD in Public Affairs/Administration
  • MSc. in International Studies

Teaching activity:

Dr. Damoe teaches the following courses in the MBA and Doctoral program:

  • Leadership Development and Competency Management
  • Business Policy and Strategy
  • International Business

Research and publication:

Dr. Damoe’s research interests are in the following areas:

  • Management & Organizational Behaviour
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Public Policy
  • Leadership

 

DIMITROVA, M.G.

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD in Healthcare Management, Medical University of Varna, Bulgaria
  • Master’s degree in Healthcare Management, Medical University of Varna, Bulgaria.

Teaching activity:

Dr. Dimitrova who is a faculty member of Varna Medical University teaches the following courses in the MBA and PhD programs:

  • Healthcare Management
  • Global Healthcare Management
  • Project Management,

Research and publication:

Dr. Dimitrova’s research interest are in healthcare management and Project Management where she has a number of publications.

 

DUTTA, A.

short CV follows shortly

 

F

FREMPONG, G.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Technology & Innovation Management.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops.

 

FRION, P.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in ICT Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • ICT Project Management.
  • Innovation & Technology Management.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops

 

J

JACOBS, P.

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD in Biochemistry, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium

Areas of teaching activity:

Dr. Jacobs’ teaching interests relate to the following areas whe he has extensive professional experience:

  • Strategic Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Technology and Innovation Management

Research and publication:

Dr. Jacob’s current research interests relates to the above field of teaching activity.

 

K

KASTNER, A.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in International Business.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • International Business.
  • International Business Management.
  • International Marketing.

 

KWANING, E.A.

Educational Qualification:

  • MBA (with specialization inFinance) University of Ghana, Ghana
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Hons), University of Cape Coast, Ghana

Further qualifications:

  • Successfully Completed short courses on Continuing Professional Development, August 2012.

Areas of teaching activity:

Emmanuel who is an Adjunct faculty member from GTUC and the University of Ghana teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe BBA and MBA programs:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Financial Markets
  • International Finance.

Research and publication activity:

Emmanuel’s principal area of research is Financial Intermediation where he has a number of publications.

 

M

MAKURINA, O.

Educational Qualification:

  • MBA in International Management, Kharkiv University, Ukraine and International School of Management, Paris, France
  • Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Kharkiv University, Ukraine.

Areas of teaching activity:

Olga teaches Marketing and International Business courses in the BBA and MBA programs.

Research and publication:

Olga’s primary areas of research activity are Global Marketing and International Business where she’s currently preparing a number of publications.

 

MALCALM, E.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Instructional Design & Technology.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Research Methodology.
  • Global Business Strategy.
  • Global Diversity & Cross-Cultural Management.

Professional qualifications:

  • Certificates in Project Management & Satellite Communication.

 

MENSAH, J.

Educational Qualification:

  • Ph.D., Geography, University of Alberta, Edmonton
  • MA, Geography, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario
  • BA (Hons.), University of Ghana, Legon-Accra

Teaching activity:

Dr. Mensah who is a Professor at York University, Canada, teaches the following courses in the CASS Europe DBA and PhD programs as an Adjunct faculty:

  • Philosophy of Science
  • Qualitative Research Methododology
  • Quantitative Research Methodology

Research and Publication:

Professor Mensah’s research has a particular focus on Quantitative Techniques and Applications, Development Research Methods, Research Design & Formulation, Population and Migration, among others where he has published extensively. The following is a selection of Prof. Mensah’s publications:
Books Sole-Authored * Mensah, J. (2002), Black Canadians: History, Experience, Social Conditions (Halifax: Fernwood Publishing), (Listed in Quill & Quire‘s Books for Everybody, Fall 2002), 292 pages

Edited/Co-Edited

Monographs

Journal Articles

  • Revised Edition of Black Canadians (2010), 293 pages.
  • Mensah, J. (ed.). (2008) Neoliberalism and Globalization in Africa: Contestations on the Embattled Continent. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Mensah, J. (ed.) (2006) Understanding Economic Reforms in Africa: A Tale of Seven Nations (Brunel Road, Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hants UK: Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Osei Prempeh; Mensah, J. and Adjibolosoo, S. (eds.) (2004) Globalization and the Human Factor: Critical Insights, (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing).
  • Mensah, J. and Adjibolosoo, S. (1998). Demographic Profile of African Immigrants in the Lower Mainland of BC. A monograph prepared for the British Columbia Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and Immigration (Vancouver: Community Liaison Division).
  • Adjibolosoo, S. and Mensah, J (1998). The Provision of Settlement Services to African Immigrants in the Lower Mainland of BC. A monograph prepared for the British Columbia Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and Immigration (Vancouver: Community Liaison Division).
  • Mensah, J. Williams, C.J., &Aryee, E. (2012) ―Gender, power, and religious transnationalism among the African diaspora in Canada.‖ African Geographical Review, Vol. 31. No. 2. Doi: 10.1080/1937 6812.2012.734249 pp. 1-14
  • Frempong, G., Ma, X., and Mensah, J. (2012). ―Access to postsecondary education: can schools compensate for socioeconomic disadvantage?‖ Higher Education Vol. 63. DOI 10.1007/s10734-011-9422-2. pp. 19-32
  • Mensah, J. Oppong, J.R.; and Schmidt, C. M. (2010) ―Ghana‘s National Health Insurance Scheme in the Context of the Health MDGs: An Empirical Evaluations Using Propensity Score Matching‖ Health Economics. Vol. 19, Issue SI, page 95-106.
  • Mensah, J. (2009) ―Doing Religion‖ Overseas: The Characteristics and Functions of Ghanaian Immigrants Churches in Toronto, Canada‖ Societies Without Borders: Human Rights and the Social Science. Volume 4, pp. 21-44.
  • Mensah, J. (2008) ―The African Immigrant Church and the Settlement and Integration of Africans in Canada: Preliminary Observations‖ Direction: Research and Policy on Eliminating Racism Canadian Race Relation Foundation. Vol. 4 No. 2 Winter, p. 83-88.
  • Mensah, J. (2008) Religious transnationalism among Ghanaian immigrants in Toronto: A binary logistic regression analysis‖ The Canadian Geographer Vol. 52. no. 3, p. 309-330.
  • Mensah, J. &Firang, D. 2007. ―The Heterogeneity of Blacks in Ontario and the Racial Discrimination Boomerang‖ Our Diverse Cities/Nosdiversescités, No. 4, Fall, p. 20-25.
  • Mensah, J. (2006) ―Cultural dimensions of globalization in Africa: A dialectical interpenetration of the local and the global‖ Studies in Political Economy. Vol. 77 (Spring), pp. 57-83 [Reproduce in J. Mensah (ed., 2008), Neoliberalism and Globalization in Africa: Contestations on the Embattled Continent‖ (New York: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 33-54]
  • Mensah, J. (2004-2006)―Official multiculturalism in Canada: A critique of prevailing criticism‖ International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations,Vol. 4., p. 1139-1149
  • Edwards, R; Wu, S.C; Mensah, J. (2005) ―City Profile: Georgetown, Guyana‖ CITIES:International Journal of Urban Policy and Panning, Vol. 22, Issue 6, pp. 446-454.
  • Mensah, J. and Fredua-Antoh, E. (2005) ―Reflections on women‘s indigenous organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa: A comparative study from the BrongAhafo Region of Ghana.‖ Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 26(1):82-101.
  • Mensah, J. (2005) ―On the ethno-cultural heterogeneity of Blacks in our ‗EthniCities‘‖ Canadian Issues, (Spring) pp. 72-77.
  • Mensah, J. (2004: Guest Editor) ―Human factor theory and practice: An introduction to a critical interrogation‖ Review of Human Factor Studies [Special Edition] Vol. 10 No. 1, pp. 1-6.; and ―The human factor framework: A Preliminary synthesis of claims and counterclaims‖ in the same Volume, pp. 168-184.
  • Mensah, J. &Rupananda, W. (2002), ―Exploring the impacts of structural adjustment programs on the provision of selected economic and social services in rural Sri Lanka,‖ Asia- Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD) Vol. 12:1 p. 32-51.
  • Rupananda, W. &Mensah, J. (2002), ―Structural adjustment programs and rural agricultural economy: The case study of the Monaragala District of Sri Lanka,‖ Regional Development Studies, p. 119-137.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. &Mensah, J. (1998), ―Demographic profile and settlement problems of African immigrants in the Vancouver Metropolitan Area of British Columbia: A human factor assessment,‖ Review of Human Factor Studies4:2 p. 32-63.
  • Mensah, J. (1997), ―Colonialism and human factor degradation in Africa,‖ Review of Human Factor Studies.3:1 p. 46-64.

 

N

NIYONZIMA, M.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Business Law.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Business Law.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops

Professional qualifications:

  • Member of the Brussels and Antwerp Bar.

 

NORTEY, E.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Statistics.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Quantitative Research Methodology.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops.

 

NYAMEKYE, T.

Educational Qualification:

  • PhD (Public Health and Health Services Management), The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, the UK.
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Research, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, the U.K
  • MSc Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing, Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana.
  • MBA, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.
  • Bachelor of Arts (Nursing with Psychology), University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

Teaching activity:

Dr. Nyamekye teach the following courses in the MBA and PhD Healthcare Management programs:

  • Public Health
  • Health and Social Care Marketing
  • International Health Management
  • Marketing Research

Research and publication:

Dr. Nyamekye’s areas of research activity are the following:

  • Public Health Research
  • Procurement
  • Human Resources Management
  • Marketing Research
  • Entrepreneurship

A selection of Dr. Nyamekye’s publication is as follows:

  • A critical analysis of past and present purchasing strategies of the Ministry of Health Ghana: A focus on purchasing product portfolio models and sector-wide approaches’, the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen , U.K.
  • A critical analysis of the contribution of leagile strategies to the achievement of supply chain efficiency and effectiveness: The case of the European airline industry, Aberdeen Business School, the U.K.

 

P

PASSE, E.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Strategic Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Strategic Management.
  • International Business.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops.

 

R

ROELENS, D.

Educational Qualification:

  • MSc Eng. in Civil Engineering and & Metallurgy, University of Ghent, Belgium
  • MBA with specialization in Industrial Management, University of Leuven, Belgium
  • Master’s in Total Quality Management, University of Hasselt, Belgium

Professional qualifications:

  • EFQM Assessor, EFQM University, Brussels, 1999
  • Certified ISO 9001 auditor
  • SGS European Quality Institute, 2000
  • VCA Safety for Leaders, Prov. Institute for Safety, 2005
  • Certified Expert in Lean Thinking, Expertrating, 2007
  • Certified Expert in Total Quality Management, Expertrating, 2008
  • Masterclass Human Error Reduction, Flemish Quality Center, 2008-2010
  • Certificate Lean Six Sigma , Villanova University, 2009, Lean Sensei

Dirk is professor of Quality Management and member of the Institution’s Academic Council. Prof. Roelens teaches Qyality Management courses in the Institution’s BBA and MBA programs.

Research and publication:

Author of several articles in specialized magazines: newsletter quality, quality journal, Kluwer Quality Handbook, Technical management, e-magazine, the engineers newsletter, …
Author of the book “Effective Problem Solving using Apollo Root Cause Analysis” (Dutch version – ISBN 978-1-4092-9949-3).

 

S

SIMPE, K.O.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Finance.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Global Investments.
  • Financial Markets.
  • Research Seminars & Workshops in quantitative analysis techniques

 

SRIVASTAVA, E.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • International Healthcare Management.
  • International Business

 

T

TAM, V.

short CV follows shortly

 

Y

YAWSON, Y.

Educational qualifications:

  • PhD in Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Quality Management in Healthcare

Professional qualifications:

  • Project Management.
  • Lean Six Sigma Quality.
  • Total Quality Management

 

Z

ZHANG, W.

Educational qualifications:

  • MSc in Management.

Assigned of teaching disciplines:

  • Global Diversity & Cross-Cultural Management