James Atta Peprah : Citation Profile


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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   7 years (2012 - 2019). See details.
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   Journals where James Atta Peprah has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 2.    Total self citations: 1 (20 %)

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Works with:

Koomson, Isaac (4)

Annim, Samuel (2)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with James Atta Peprah.

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Cites to:

Levine, Ross (5)

Zeller, Manfred (4)

Sharma, Manohar (4)

Annim, Samuel (3)

Berger, Allen (3)

Morduch, Jonathan (3)

Jappelli, Tullio (2)

Bigsten, Arne (2)

Weller, Christian (2)

Gunning, Jan Willem (2)

Torres Ledezma, Sebastián (2)

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Where James Atta Peprah has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Journal of International Development2

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
MPRA Paper / University Library of Munich, Germany4

Recent works citing James Atta Peprah (2019 and 2018)


YearTitle of citing document
2019Evaluating the Sustainability of Microfinance Institutions Considering Macro-Environmental Factors: A Cross-Country Study. (2019). Liu, Huanpeng ; Fu, Hongyong ; Xu, Wei. In: Sustainability. RePEc:gam:jsusta:v:11:y:2019:i:21:p:5947-:d:280347.

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2019Effects of Youth Savings Accounts on School Attendance and Academic Performance: Evidence from a Youth Savings Experiment. (2019). Wu, Shiyou ; Sherraden, Michael ; Despard, Mathieu ; Masa, Rainier ; Chowa, Gina ; Ansong, David ; Osei-Akoto, Isaac. In: Journal of Family and Economic Issues. RePEc:kap:jfamec:v:40:y:2019:i:2:d:10.1007_s10834-018-9604-5.

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Works by James Atta Peprah:


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2018Multiple Borrowing, Over-indebtedness, and the Microcredit Addiction Syndrome: Evidence from some African Countries In: Africagrowth Agenda.
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2012Good Money Chasing Bad Money: Implications for MFIs Management and Governance in Ghana In: Asian Economic and Financial Review.
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2016Loan refusal, household income and savings in Ghana: a dominance analysis approach In: African Journal of Economic and Sustainable Development.
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2014Addiction to Microcredit: An Obstacle to Social and Financial Mobility In: MPRA Paper.
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2014Loan Refusal, Household Income and Savings in Ghana In: MPRA Paper.
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2016Regulation, Outreach and Sustainability of MFIs in SSA: A Multilevel Analysis In: MPRA Paper.
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2019Financial development, remittances and economic growth: A threshold analysis In: MPRA Paper.
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2012Access to micro-credit well-being among women entrepreneurs in the Mfantsiman Municipality of Ghana In: International Journal of Finance & Banking Studies.
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2018Day of the week effect and stock market volatility in Ghana and Nairobi stock exchanges In: Journal of Economics and Finance.
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2018Cost implications of microfinance regulation: lessons from Ghana In: Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment.
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2019Financial development, remittances and economic growth: A threshold analysis In: Cogent Economics & Finance.
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2015Assessing African Microfinance: An Exploratory Case Study of Ghanas Central Region In: Journal of International Development.
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2016Return to Micro‐credit on Small‐scale Businesses: A Case Study of Ghanaian MFI In: Journal of International Development.
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