Mark Owusu-Boadu

Faculty: Management Studies
Department: Business Administration
Dr. Mark Owusu - Boadu is a Lecturer at the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management, UPSA. He holds a PhD in Corporate Governance from Plymouth University, UK and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from University of Ghana.
His PhD thesis married together corporate governance with business ethics through the lens of national level culture using qualitative grounded theory methodology. He was awarded a Certificate of Doctoral fellowship from the Institute of Professional Financial Managers in 2013 in recognition of his contribution to qualitative research methods in corporate governance research.
His research interests include qualitative research methodology, institutional governance, ethical leadership, business ethics and corporate social responsibility. Throughout his academic career, Dr. Owusu-Boadu has tried to ensure synergies between his research, teaching and consultancy work wherever possible and this is also reflected in his publications. He has published several research articles and book chapters including papers in Journals such as Journal of Ethics, International Journal of Doctoral Studies, and International Journal of Corporate Governance. He has collaborated actively with researchers in several other disciplines of management, particularly accounting and finance on issues of accountability, good governance, and leadership.

Dr. Owusu-Boadu has a long-term interest in facilitating research capacity building and doctoral research skills training and supervision. He continues to supervise doctoral students and teach research methodology to doctoral students. He has supervised 7 doctorates to successful completion. At UPSA, he teaches courses such as Corporate Governance, theories and Issues; International Corporate Governance and Issues; Corporate Governance; among others.