Daniel Sakyi
Daniel Sakyi
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
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Trade openness, income levels, and economic growth: The case of developing countries, 1970–2009
D Sakyi, J Villaverde, A Maza
The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 24 (6), 860-882, 2015
Trade openness, foreign aid and economic growth in post-liberalisation Ghana: An application of ARDL bounds test
D Sakyi
Journal of Economics and International Finance 3 (3), 146, 2011
Foreign direct investment, trade openness and economic growth in Ghana: An empirical investigation
D Sakyi, R Commodore, EEO Opoku
Journal of African Business 16 (1-2), 1-15, 2015
The effects of trade and trade facilitation on economic growth in Africa
D Sakyi, J Villaverde, A Maza, I Bonuedi
African Development Review 29 (2), 350-361, 2017
Effects of trade and FDI on economic growth in Africa: an empirical investigation
D Sakyi, J Egyir
Transnational Corporations Review 9 (2), 66-87, 2017
Trade facilitation and social welfare in Africa
D Sakyi, I Bonuedi, EE Osei Opoku
Journal of African Trade 5 (1), 35-53, 2018
Macroeconomic determinants of interest rate spreads in Ghana
SK Obeng, D Sakyi
African Journal of Economic and Management Studies 8 (1), 76-88, 2017
Trade openness, growth and development: evidence from heterogeneous panel cointegration analysis for middle-income countries
D Sakyi, J Villaverde, A Maza, K Reddy Chittedi
Cuadernos de Economía 31 (SPE57), 21-40, 2012
A comparative analysis of service quality among ECOWAS seaports
D Sakyi
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives 6, 100152, 2020
How does capital flows affect the impact of trade on economic growth in Africa?
J Egyir, D Sakyi, ST Baidoo
The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 29 (3), 353-372, 2020
The twin defisits hypothesis in developing countries
D Sakyi, EEO Opoku
Working paper International Growth Centre, 2016
The effects of trade facilitation on trade performance in Africa
D Sakyi, SK Afesorgbor
Journal of African Trade 6 (1), 1-15, 2019
Capital inflows and domestic investment in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from pooled mean group (PMG) estimation approach
S Adams, D Sakyi, EEO Opoku
Foreign Trade Review 51 (4), 328-343, 2016
Empirical analysis of the determinants of trade balance in post-liberalization Ghana
L Akoto, D Sakyi
Foreign Trade Review 54 (3), 177-205, 2019
Explaining the growth of government spending in Ghana
SK Obeng, D Sakyi
The Journal of Developing Areas 51 (1), 103-128, 2017
Regionalism and economic integration in Africa: a conceptual and theoretical perspective
D Sakyi, EEO Opoku
Occasional Paper, 2014
Democracy, government spending and economic growth: The case of Ghana, 1960–2008
D Sakyi, S Adams
Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research 6 (3), 361-383, 2012
Economic Globalisation, Democracy and Income in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Panel Cointegration Analysis
D Sakyi
Kiel und Hamburg: ZBW-Deutsche Zentralbibliothek für …, 2011
Does financial development drive private investment in Ghana?
D Sakyi, M Kofi Boachie, M Immurana
Economies 4 (4), 27, 2016
External debt and economic growth in selected sub-Saharan African countries: The role of capital flight
G Agyeman, D Sakyi, EF Oteng-Abayie
Research in Globalization 5, 100091, 2022
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