Eric Boachie Yiadom
Department: Banking and Finance
Boachie Yiadom is a Lecturer at the University of Professional Studies, Accra. He is currently a PhD Finance candidate at the University of Ghana Business School. He previously obtained Master of Philosophy in Finance from the same University. Eric earned his B.Sc. Accounting degree with First Class Honours from the University of Professional Studies, Accra. He is a trained Chartered Accountant and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG). Boachie Yiadom is a recipient of several academic awards including the coveted 2014 overall best student award in Cost/Management Accounting from the ICAG.

His background in numerous disciplines like finance, accounting, economics and management coupled with a decade experience in teaching enables him to draw illustrations from these fields to simplify complicated subjects in his deliveries. His research interest focuses on contemporary developments in climate change and macroeconomic issues such as external debts, FDI, economic growth, institutions and governance. He teaches and supervises thesis and long essays of students at the undergraduate and the professional level of the University of Professional Studies, Accra. Prior to joining UPSA, Boachie Yiadom lectured at various institutions of higher learning including the ICAG School. He also consults and performs accounting services for some start-up businesses as well as Small and Medium Enterprises in Accra. His primary purpose in life is to seek and serve the Lord Jesus Christ daily and use every medium to show forth His awesome glory.

Selected Publications
1. Mensah, L., Bokpin, G., & Boachie-Yiadom, E. (2018). External Debts, Institutions and Growth in SSA. Journal of African Business, 19(4), 475-490.
2. Yalley, S., Djibom, H., & Yiadom, E. B., and Kunawotor. M. E. (2018) Bank Recapitalization in Ghana, Who Benefits the More? Global Journal of Management And Business Research, 18(6), 1-9.
3. Yiadom, E. B., Yalley, S., & Mensah, J. M. K. (2019) Corruption and Bank Failure in Ghana, Journal of Business Research, Vol 11, 36-46.
4. Mawutor, J. K. M., Yiadom, E. B., & Amankwa, R. F. (2019) Investment and Growth Amidst Widening Government Debt: “The Ghanaian Story”. Asian Journal of Finance & Accounting. Vol 11(1), 259-271.
5. Amankwa, R. F., Mensah, J. M. K., & Yiadom, E. B. (2020) A Panel Examination of IFRS Adoption and Financial Statement Quality: Evidence from Selected Firms in Ghana, International Journal of Accounting & Finance Review; Vol. 5(2).
6. Yiadom, E. B., Mensah, J. M. K., & Amankwa, R. F. (2020) The Effect of Capital Structure on organizational Performance of listed Ghana Club 100 Companies, IUP Journal of Accounting Research & Audit Practice, Vol 19(3).
7. Yiadom, E. B., Dziwornu, R. K., & Yalley, S. (2020) Financial Inclusion, poverty and Growth in Africa: Can Institutions Help? African Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, XXX(X)XX (Accepted: forthcoming)
8. Yiadom, E. B., & Mensah, L. (2020) Environmental Risk, Tax Reforms and FDI: Why We Must Worry, African Journal of Economics and Management Studies, XXX(X)XX. (Accepted: forthcoming)
9. Yiadom, E. B., & Mensah, L., & Dziwornu R. K. (2020) Does Eurobond issuance drives FDI flows: Evidence from SSA, International Journal of Finance and Economics (forthcoming)