Dr. Thomas Adomah Worae

Dr. Thomas Adomah Worae
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Brief Bio: 

Worae holds DCom in Accounting from the University of Limpopo, South Africa, Master of Science degree in Finance and Accounting from University of Wales (GSM) UK, and an Advanced Diploma in Administrative Management from the Institute of Administrative Management (InstAM) UK. Worae has being lecturing Cost & Management Accounting, Financial Management, Strategic Management and Administrative Systems in Organisations. He currently lectures at the Department of Banking Technology and Finance, Kumasi Technical University. His research interests include: Carbon Accounting, Non-revenue Water accounting, Environmental impacts, and Capital structure.

Education: 
  • Doctor of Commerce (DCOM) in Accounting, University of Limpopo, South Africa
  • Master of Science (MSc) in Finance and Accounting, University of Wales (GSM), UK 
  • Advanced Diploma in Administrative Management, The Institute of Administrative Management (InstAM) UK
Research Interests: 
Carbon Accounting, Non-Revenue Water Accounting, Environmental Impacts and Capital structure.
Teaching Areas: 

Financial Management, Business Research Methods, Strategic Management

Conferences Attended: 
  1. Worae, T.A., and Ngwakwe, C.C., (2015). Value relevance of carbon emissions intensity of JSE’s SRI companies, November, 2015 Global Development Finance Conference (Cape Town)
  2. Worae, T.A., and Ngwakwe,C.C., (2014). Water accounting in the literature: A review, 3rd EMAN Conference, June, 2014 (Waterberg, South Africa)
  3. Worae, T.A., and Yeboah, B., (2014). Cultural and institutional determinants of water resources pollution in Mauritius, 3rd EMAN Conference, June, 2014 (Waterberg, South Africa)
  4. Worae, T.A., and Aawaar, G., (2013). Corporate annual reports and accounts and investor decisions: evidence from Ghana. 10th Conference of the African Journal of Finance, May, 2013 (Durban, South Africa)
  5. Worae, T.A., Aawaar, G., and Tuah, O., K., (2011). Determinants of share performance of listed companies: The Ghanaian investor perspective. 1st International conference of entrepreneurship educators, researchers and entrepreneurs in Africa, November, 2011 (Kumasi, Ghana)
  6. Osei, K. T., Worae, T. A., Aawaar, G. M., and Konadu A. J., (2011). Determinants of capital structure of Ghanaian firms. 1st International conference of entrepreneurship educators, researchers and entrepreneurs in Africa, November, 2011 (Kumasi, Ghana)
  7. Aawaar, G. M., Worae, T. A., and Osei, K. T., (2011). Momentum investment strategies in emerging markets. 1st International conference of entrepreneurship educators, researchers and entrepreneurs in Africa, November, 2011 (Kumasi, Ghana)
Publications: 
  1. Worae, T.A., Ngwakwe, C.C., and Ambe., C.M., (2018).‘Threshold effects of the relationship between environmental responsibility and financial performance. Managing Global Transitions: International research journal, Vol.16, No.4, pp.355-377
  2. Worae, T.A., and Ngwakwe,C.C., (2018). ‘Accounting and market value implications of business environmental initiative: The Case of JSE’s SRI Firms’. Acta Universitatis Danubius OEconomica, Vol.14, No. 4, pp.88-98.
  3. Worae, T.A., Ngwakwe, C.C. and Ambe, C.M., (2018). ‘Effects of environmental pro-activeness on financial performance in South Africa: short panel vector autoregressions analysis’, Int. J. Sustainable Economy, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 249–262.
  4. Worae, T.A., and Ngwakwe,C.C.,(2017).‘Environmental responsibility and financial performance nexus in South Africa: panel Granger causality analysis’. Environmental Economics. Vol. 8, Issue.3, pp. 29-34Aawaar, G. M., Worae T. A., and Tweneboah-Koduah I., (2013). “An empirical investigation of fiscal policy effects on economic growth in Ghana”, European Journal of Scientific Research, Volume 115, Issue 4.
  5. Osei, K. T., Worae T. A., Aawaar G. M., and Konadu A. J., (2013). “Determinants of capital structure of Ghanaian firms.” International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 115.
  6. Poku, J., Aawaar G. M., and Worae, T. A., (2013). “Health sector reforms in Ghana: A review”, European journal of social sciences, Vol. 39, No.1 pp. 96-108.
  7. Worae, T. A., Aawaar G. M., Asumadu G., Kyei-Brobbey I., (2013). “Corporate annual reports and accounts and investor decisions: evidence from Ghana”. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 111, pp. 176-184.
  8. Poku J., Aawaar G. M., and Worae T. A., (2013). “Educational sector reforms in Ghana: A review”, Global Research Journal of Education, Vol.3, No.2, pp. 20-31.