Augustine Awuah Peprah
Augustine Awuah Peprah
University of Professional Studies, Accra (Ghana)
Verified email at upsamail.edu.gh
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Assessing patient’s satisfaction using SERVQUAL model: A case of Sunyani Regional Hospital, Ghana
AA Peprah, BA Atarah
International Journal of Business and Social Research (IJBSR) 4 (2), 133-143, 2014
1702014
Assessing the influence of advertising on student enrolment in private tertiary institutions in Ghana
BA Atarah, AA Peprah
International journal of business and social research 4 (3), 55-65, 2014
142014
Institutional voids and firms' resource commitment in emerging markets: A review and future research agenda
TA Liedong, AA Peprah, AO Amartey, T Rajwani
Journal of International Management 26 (3), 100756, 2020
102020
Entrepreneurship and economic growth in developing countries: Evidence from Africa
AA Peprah, AF Adekoya
Business Strategy & Development 3 (3), 388-394, 2020
92020
Healthcare Delivery in Sub-Saharan Africa: Patients' Satisfaction and Perceived Service Quality, A Case Study of Sunyani Regional Hospital in Ghana
AA Peprah
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013
92013
Does higher education equip graduate students with the employability skills employers require? The perceptions of employers in Ghana
OBO Damoah, AA Peprah, KO Brefo
Journal of Further and Higher Education, 1-14, 2021
62021
Determinants of patients’ satisfaction at Sunyani Regional Hospital
AA Peprah
Ghana 4 (1), 13, 2014
52014
Institutional voids and innovation governance: A conceptual exposition of the open versus closed architecture choice
TA Liedong, AA Peprah, JE Eyong
Strategic Change 29 (1), 57-66, 2020
42020
The state of corporate social responsibility research in Ghana: A synthesis of literature
OBO Damoah, AA Peprah, GM Cobla
Business Strategy & Development 2 (4), 303-314, 2019
42019
How Business Models Evolve in Weak Institutional Environments: The Case of Jumia, the Amazon. Com of Africa
AA Peprah, C Giachetti, MM Larsen, TS Rajwani
Organization Science, 2021
32021
Flexible working schedules in SMEs: Evidence from a developing country
AA Peprah, CB Agyemang, OBO Damoah
Business Strategy & Development 3 (4), 640-647, 2020
22020
How much control do firms exercise over their resources when entering emerging markets? The influence of institutional voids on entry mode degree of control
C Giachetti, AA Peprah
BRQ Business Research Quarterly, 2340944420924402, 2020
12020
Copy Me if You Can? Surviving Institutional Voids Through Business Model Evolution in Africa
AA Peprah, C Giachetti, MM Larsen, T Rajwani
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 11613, 2020
12020
Business Model Adaptation to Institutional Voids: The Case of Jumia, the Amazon of Africa
AA Peprah, C Giachetti
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017, 2017
12017
The influence of institutional voids in emerging markets on entrant firms’ resource commitment
C Giachetti, AA Peprah
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 14017, 2016
12016
Synthesis of small and medium enterprise research in Ghana
OBO Damoah, AA Peprah
Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 1-18, 2021
2021
Making do by doing without: bricolage in the funding sources of female entrepreneurs in resource-constrained environments
BA Atarah, AA Peprah, AF Okoe Amartey, BA Bamfo
Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 1-18, 2021
2021
DOES HIGHER EDUCATION EQUIP GRADUATE STUDENTS WITH THE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS EMPLOYERS EXPECTED OF THEM? THE PERCEPTIONS OF EMPLOYERS IN GHANA
OB Damoah, KO Brefo, AA Peprah
5TH BIENNIAL CONFERENCE-Nigeria 2020, 2019
2019
Filling Institutional Voids in Developing Countries through Business Model Imitation and Innovation
AA Peprah, C Giachetti, MM Larsen, T Rajwani
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 13193, 2019
2019
Making Do by Doing without: The Funding Sources of Female Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries
BA Atarah, AA Peprah, AF Okoe Amartey, BA Bamfo
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 14824, 2019
2019
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