Dr. Kwaku Ohene-Asare is a Lecturer in the Operations and Management Information Systems Dept of the University of Ghana Business School. He is an operations researcher/management scientist & economist. Formerly of the Economics Dept & WBS of The University of Warwick and a lecturer in Economics and Operations Research in GIMPA Business School. He specializes in operational research & management science techniques (including Data Envelopment Analysis) and stochastic frontier econometrics and their applications to decision making units (DMUs), including financial institutions, DMUs in education, sport, agriculture, fast food restaurants and government depts. His interest also expands to Corporate Social Responsibility, advanced microeconomics & industrial economics. Kwaku is also an adjunct assist. prof of economics and management science in Warwick University. He supervises masters & PhD students. He can supervise students whose research interests tie with his own. You may contact him if you are thinking of a PhD/MPhil and wondering what proposal to write.
He completed his PhD in Warwick Business School where he employed theories of microeconomics and Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to develop Malmquist productivity change indices to address efficiency and productivity issues, with particular emphasis on banking. He holds a masters degree (with distinction) in Economics and Finance from Loughborough University and BSc Economics (1st class) from the University of Ghana-Legon. He reviews papers in the Journal of Productivity Analysis , Economics and Business Letters, and the International Transactions in Operational Research.
During his passtime, he engages in soccer, movies, instrumental music and reading