Emmanuel Abakah

Emmanuel Abakah

Adelaide Business School

Faculty of the Professions

Emmanuel is currently a PhD Finance candidate at The University of Adelaide Business School, Australia. He holds an M.Phil Finance from University of Ghana-Legon (Ghana) and a Bachelor of Science Statistics from University of Cape Coast (Ghana). Prior to starting his PhD studies, Emmanuel worked in the finance industry in Ghana for a number of years where he focused mainly on equity and investment research, forecasting and market research.

For his PhD research, he is looking into liquidity commonality and asset growth co-movement of US firms under the supervision of Professor Alfred Yawson, Dr Thu Phuong Pham and Professor Takashie Yamada of Australia National University.

Aside his thesis research, Emmanuel is a Research Assistant and Tutor at the Business School. Currently he is a Tutor for Advanced Corporate Finance Theory III.

Emmanuel has a broad research interest but mainly focuses on International Asset Integration and Contagion, Applied Financial Econometrics, Time Series Modelling, Emerging Markets Economies, Empirical Capital Markets, Corporate Finance, and Market Microstructure.

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2018 Abakah, E., Alagidede, P., Mensah, L., & Ohene-Asare, K. (2018). Non-linear approach to Random Walk Test in selected African countries. International Journal of Managerial Finance, 14(3), 362-376.
    DOI Scopus1
    2018 Gil-Alana, L., Carcel, H., & Abakah, E. (2018). On the linkages between Africa's emerging equity markets and global markets: Evidence from fractional integration and cointegration. Review of Development Finance, 8(2), 96-105.

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