Isaac Koomson

University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School

Armidale, NSW 2351

Australia

http://https://www.une.edu.au/

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

15

DOWNLOADS

325

SSRN CITATIONS

1

CROSSREF CITATIONS

4

Ideas:
“  Financial Inclusion and Household Welfare  ”

Scholarly Papers (15)

1.

Financial Inclusion and Growth of Non-Farm Enterprises in Ghana

Book Chapter in "Financing Sustainable Development in Africa," June 2018
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 28 Jun 2017 Last Revised: 29 May 2018
Isaac Koomson and Muazu Ibrahim
University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School and University for Development Studies - Department of Banking and Finance
Downloads 60 (359,173)
Citation 1

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Financial inclusion, Non-farm enterprise, Firm, Growth, Ghana

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Relationship between Financial Stress, Moonlighting and Teacher Attrition

Koomson, I., Afful, B. & Villano, R.A. (2017). Relationship between Financial Stress, Moonlighting and Teacher Attrition. NESRA Working Paper (nesra/wp/17/005). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2995561
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 01 Jul 2017 Last Revised: 03 Jul 2017
Isaac Koomson, Benedict Afful and Renato A. Villano
University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School, University of Cape Coast - Department of Economics and University of New England (Australia)
Downloads 49 (394,437)
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financial stress, moonlighting, hire purchase, attrition, loan, teacher

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Demand for Insurance in Ghana: Do Poverty, Employment Status and Demographic Characteristics Matter?

NESRA Working Paper 17/001
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 22 Apr 2017
James Atta Peprah, Isaac Koomson and Richmond Forson
University of Cape Coast - Department of Economics, University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School and University of Cape Coast - Department of Economics
Downloads 42 (419,508)

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Insurance, Poverty, Employment Status, Gender, Education

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Financial Globalisation Uncertainty/Instability Is Good for Financial Development

Research in International Business and Finance, 41 (October), pp. 280-291 (2017)
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 21 Dec 2015 Last Revised: 07 May 2017
African Governance and Development Institute, University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School and African Governance and Development Institute
Downloads 37 (439,509)
Citation 1

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Banking; Financial integration; Development

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Relative Contribution of Child Labour to Household Farm and Non-Farm Income in Ghana: Simulation with Child's Education

African Development Review, 28(1), pp. 104-115 (2016).
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 18 Sep 2015 Last Revised: 05 Mar 2016
Simplice Asongu and Isaac Koomson
African Governance and Development Institute and University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School
Downloads 36 (443,717)

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Child labour, Farm income, Non-Farm income, Altruistic, Non-Altruistic

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Addiction to Microcredit: An Obstacle to Social And Financial Mobility

Peprah, J. A., & Koomson, I. (2014). Addiction to Microcredit: An Obstacle to Social and Financial Mobility. nesra/wp/14/001
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 31 May 2017
James Atta Peprah and Isaac Koomson
University of Cape Coast - Department of Economics and University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School
Downloads 23 (507,957)

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addiction, microfinance, financial mobility, over-indebtedness

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Crop Yield Volatility Among Smallholder Farmers in Ghana

Peprah, James A., Afoakwah, Clifford and Koomson, Isaac (2016). Crop Yield Volatility among Smallholder Farmers in Ghana. United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa. ISBN: 9789988633110
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 01 Jun 2017
University of Cape Coast - Department of Economics, University of South Australia, UniSA Business School, School of Commerce, Students and University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School
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Small holder farmers, Access to credit, Technology, Ghana, Crop yield

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Examining Child Labor and Parental Altruism from the Rural-Urban Divide: Extending the Inverted-U Empirics

NESRA - WP 17/003
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 24 Apr 2017
Isaac Koomson
University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School
Downloads 16 (549,160)

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wealth paradox, child labour, altruism, rural, urban

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Reducing Crop Yield Volatility Among Smallholder Farmers

Peprah, James A., Afoakwah, Clifford and Koomson, Isaac (2017). Reducing Crop Yield Volatility among Smallholder Farmers. UNU-INRA Policy Briefs. United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa.
Number of pages: 4 Posted: 30 May 2017
University of Cape Coast - Department of Economics, University of South Australia, UniSA Business School, School of Commerce, Students and University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School
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Small holder farmers, access to credit, technology, Ghana, Crop yield

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Multiple Borrowing, Over-Indebtedness, and the Microcredit Addiction Syndrome: Evidence from Some African Countries

Forthcoming in the Africagrowth Agenda (2018), NESRA WP No. 18/001
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 04 Sep 2018
Isaac Koomson and James Atta Peprah
University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School and University of Cape Coast - Department of Economics
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over-indebtedness, multiple borrowing, microfinance, addiction

11.

Capital and Credit Sources and Household Non-Farm Income in Ghana

Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 3(1).
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 10 May 2017
James Atta Peprah and Isaac Koomson
University of Cape Coast - Department of Economics and University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School
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non-farm enterprise, income, credit, capital, Ghana

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Household Remittance Inflows and Child Education in Ghana: Exploring the Gender and Locational Dimensions

Number of pages: 22 Posted: 16 Sep 2019
Abdallah Abdul-Mumuni and Isaac Koomson
University of Professional Studies - Department of Banking and Finance and University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School
Downloads 7 (605,961)

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Remittances; Child education; Gender; Rural; Instrumental variable; Household

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Loan Refusal, Household Income and Savings in Ghana: A Dominance Analysis Approach

Koomson, I., Annim, S. K., & Peprah, J. A. (2016). Loan refusal, household income and savings in Ghana: a dominance analysis approach. African Journal of Economic and Sustainable Development, 5(2), 172-191.
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 29 Aug 2019
Isaac Koomson, Samuel Kobina Annim and James Peprah
University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School, University of Manchester and University of Cape Coast
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loan refusal; credit rationing; discouraged borrowers; income; savings

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Intensifying Financial Inclusion Through the Provision of Financial Literacy Training: A Gendered Perspective

Koomson, I., Villano, R.A., & Hadley, D. (2019). Intensifying financial inclusion through the provision of financial literacy training: a gendered perspective, Applied Economics, DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2019.1645943
Posted: 07 Aug 2019
Isaac Koomson, Renato Villano and David Hadley
University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School, University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School and University of New England (Australia) - School of Business Economics and Public Policy

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Financial inclusion; financial literacy; gender; impact; poverty

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Firm Size Differences in Financial Returns From Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs)

Kotey, B. & Koomson, I. (2019). Small Bus Econ. Doi.org/10.1007/s11187-019-00201-5
Posted: 02 Aug 2019 Last Revised: 05 Aug 2019
Bernice Kotey and Isaac Koomson
University of New England (Australia) - New England Business School and University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School

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FWAs; Return on labour; Small and medium firms; Large firms; Work-life balance; Linear mixed effect; Dominance analysis