Asongu SA and Biekpe, N (2018) Globalization and Terror in Africa, International Economics,

Asongu SA and Biekpe, N (2018) ICT, Information Asymmetry and Market Power in African Banking Industry, Research In International Business and Finance,

Alhassan, A.L. and Biekpe, N., Competition and risk-taking behaviour in the non-life insurance market in South Africa. Geneva papers on risk and insurance-issues and practice; (accepted, forthcoming) Springer;


1. ALHASSAN, A.L. AND BIEKPE, N. (2017) Liberalization outcomes and competitive behaviour in an emerging insurance market, AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 29(2): 122-138

2. ASONGU S.A., SARA LE ROUX, S. AND BIEKPE, N (2017) Environmental degradation, ICT and inclusive development in Sub-Saharan Africa, ENERGY POLICY 111: 353-361

3. ASONGU, A.S AND BIEKPE, N. (2017) Government quality determinants of ICT adoption in Sub-Saharan Africa, NETNOMICS (EARLY VIEW)

4. ALHASSAN, A.L. AND TETTEH, M.L. (2017) Non-interest income and bank efficiency in Ghana: a two-stage DEA bootstrapping approach, JOURNAL OF AFRICAN BUSINESS, 18(1): 124-142

5. ASONGU S.A., SARA LE ROUX, S. AND BIEKPE, N (2017) Enhancing ICT for environmental sustainability in Sub-Saharan Africa, TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE, (EARLY VIEW)

6. BANYA, R.M. AND BIEKPE, N. (2017) Bank competition and economic growth: empirical evidence from selected frontier African countries, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC STUDIES, 44(2):245-265,

7. BANYA, R.M. AND BIEKPE, N. (2017) Banking efficiency and its determinants in selected frontier African markets, ECONOMIC CHANGE AND RESTRUCTURING, (EARLY VIEW)

8. ASARE, N., ALHASSAN, A.L., ASAMOAH, E.M AND NTOW-GYAMFI, M. (2017) Intellectual capital and profitability in an emerging insurance market, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES, 33(1): 2-19 


South African Capital Structure Decisions: A Survey of Listed Companies, Journal of African Business, 17(2): 167-187 De Wet, L. H. and Gossel, S.J.   (2016)

Competition and Efficiency in the NonLife Insurance Market in South Africa, Journal of Economic Studies, 43 (6): 882 - 909 Alhassan, A.L. and Biekpe, N. (2016)

Determinants of Life Insurance Consumption in Africa, Research in International Business and Finance, 37:17-27 Alhassan, A.L. and Biekpe, N. (2016)

Intellectual Capital and Bank Productivity in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Ghana, Management Decision, 54 (3): 589 - 609 Alhassan, A.L. and Asare, N. (2016)

Macroeconomic Uncertainty, Foreign Direct Investment and Institutional Quality: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa, Economic Systems, 40(4): 612-621 Asamoah, E.M, Adjasi, C.K.D. and Alhassan, A.L. (2016)

Explaining Bank Productivity in Ghana, Managerial and Decision Economics, 37(8): 563-573 Alhassan, A.L. and Biekpe, N. (2016)

Insurance Market Development and Economic Growth: Exploring Causality in 8 Selected African Countries, International Journal of Social Economics, 43(3): 321-339 Alhassan, A.L. and Biekpe, N. (2016)

Market Power, Efficiency and Bank Profitability: Evidence from Ghana, Economic Change and Restructuring,49(1):71-93 Alhassan, A.L., Tetteh, M.L. and Owusu, F.B. (2016)

Competition and Bank Efficiency in Emerging Markets: Empirical Evidence from Ghana. African Journal of Economics and Management Studies, 7(2): 268-288 Alhassan, A.L. and Ohene-Asare, K. (2016)

Capital market openness and volatility: An investigation of five sub-Saharan Treasury bill rates. International Journal of Emerging Markets. 11(3), 438-459 Charteris, A. and Strydom, B. (2016)

The suitability of South African risk-free rate proxies. Journal of Contemporary Management, 13(1), 818-842 Strydom,B. and Charteris, A. (2016)

Rethinking 'expert sense' in international development: the case of Sierra Leone's housing policy, Review of African Political Economy, 43(150): 576-591 Rogers, S.N. (2016) 


Topological Evolution of South African Stock Market Networks across the 2007 financial crisis: Evidence from minimum spanning tree, Physica A, 445: 35-47 Majapa, M. and Gossel, S.J. (2015)

An Empirical Determination of the Input Cost and International Demand Effects on the Production of a PGM Unit in South Africa. Resources Policy, 45: 193-201 Krogscheepers,C. and Gossel, S.J. (2015)

Push-Pull Determinants of South Africa's Capital Inflows.Journal of International Development, (Early View)Gossel, S.J. and Biekpe, N. (2015)

Efficiency, Productivity and Returns to Scale Economies in the Non-Life Insurance Market in South Africa, Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance-Issues and Practice, 40(3): 493-515 Alhassan, A.L. and Biekpe, N. (2015)

Income Diversification and Bank Efficiency in an Emerging Market, Managerial Finance, 41(12): 1318 -1335 Alhassan, A.L. (2015)

Market Structure, Efficiency and Profitability of Insurance Companies in Ghana. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 10(4): 648 - 669 Alhassan, A.L., Addisson, K.G. and Asamoah, E.M. (2015)

Relative tracking ability of South African exchange traded funds and index funds. Investment Analysts Journal, 44(2), 117-133 Strydom, B., Charteris, A. and McCullough, K. (2015)

Explaining cross-border expansion of banks in East Africa. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. 36: 71-84  Kodongo, O., Natto, D. and Biekpe, N., (2015)

Financial Integration and Stability in the Southern African Development Community, Journal of Economics and Business, 79: 100-117 Motelle, S. and Biekpe, N. (2015)

Monetary policy and exchange market pressure-evidence from sub-Saharan Africa, Applied Economics, 47(37): 3921-3937 Fiador, V.G and Biekpe, N. (2015)


The Impact of Aid and Public Investment Volatility on Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa. World Development, 57: 138-147 Masimu, M., Toerien, F. and Gossel, S.J., (2014)

Insurance-Growth Nexus in Ghana: An Autoregressive Distributed Lag Bounds Cointegration Approach. Review of Development Finance, 4(2): 83-96Alhassan, A.L. and Fiador, V. (2014)

Asset Quality in a Crisis Period: An Empirical Examination of Ghanaian Banks. Review of Development Finance, 4(1): 50-62 Alhassan, A.L., Kyereboah-Coleman, A. and Andoh, C. (2014)

Premiums, discounts and feedback trading: Evidence from emerging markets' ETFs. International Review of Financial Analysis, 35, 80-89 Charteris, A., Chau, F., Gavriilidis, K. and Kallinterakis, V. (2014)

Determinants of foreign capital flows: the experience of selected Sub-Saharan African countries, Journal of Applied Economics XVII (1): 65-90 Brafu-Insaidoo, W.G. and Biekpe, N. (2014)

Financial Intermediation spread and stability of the banking system in the Southern African Custom Union, Managerial Finance, 40(3): 276-299 Motelle, S. and Biekpe, N. (2014)


Economic Growth, Trade and Capital Flows: A Causal Analysis of Post-Liberalised South Africa, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 23(6): 815-836 Gossel, S.J. and Biekpe, N. (2013)

The Cyclical Relationships between South Africa's Net Capital Inflows and Fiscal and Monetary Policies, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 49 (20): 64-84 Gossel, S.J. and Biekpe, N. (2013)

The pricing efficiency of South African exchange traded funds. Investment Analysts Journal, 42(1), 17-26 Charteris, A. (2013)

 A Capabilities Perspective on Performance Deficiencies in Utility Firms, Utilities Policy, Vol. 25, Issue: June 2013: pp. 1-9 Worch, H., Truffer, B., Kabinga, M., Eberhard, A. and Markard, J. (2013)


The Nominal Rand/Dollar Exchange Rate: Before and After 1995, Studies in Economics and Finance, 29 (2): 105-118 Gossel, S.J. and Biekpe, N. (2012)

The Effects of Capital Inflows on South Africa's Economy, Applied Financial Economics, 22 (10-12): 923-939 Gossel, S.J. and Biekpe, N. (2012)

South Africa's Post-Liberalized Capital Flows and Business Cycles Fluctuations, South African Journal of Economics, 80 (4): 510-525 Gossel, S.J. and Biekpe, N. (2012)

Strategic Renewal and the Change of Capabilities in Utility Firms, European Business Review, Vol. 24, Issue 5, pp.444-464 Worch, H., Kabinga, M., Eberhard, A., Truffer, B. and Markard, J. (2012)




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