Readers can recall that the Finance Minister has stated that Ghana is making progress in the Gross domestic product growth rate. In the statement of the Finance Minister, " the progress in the country's GDP growth rate gives the government a solid foundation to confront the challenges ahead".
Professor John Gatsi is the Dean of the UCC School of Business. He has continually provided notable articles meant to improve the economy. In a recent article, the Professor has recommended that the Bank of Ghana should provide data on annual lending to government. According to the Professor, the data provided by the Central Bank should satisfy transparency, disclosures and independence.
There is a popular adage by the Greek philosopher, Heraclitus of Ephesus who said that the only constant in life is "change". It is always good to take a rest when that time is due. In line with good governance and administrative efficiency, the University of Cape Coast School of Business organized a handing-over ceremony for Faculty (FREO)and Departmental Registration Officers (DREOs)and a Head of Development.
A renowned economist in Ghana and Dean of Business School at the University of Cape Coast, Professor John Gatsi has waded into the controversies surrounding IMF conditionality for Ghana. Contrary to the perceptions out there that IMF placed injunction on employment in Ghana as part of its conditions to grant Ghana loan, the economic guru deciphers the actual situation.
Kindly click on the +follow button to get more regular updates. We have always encouraged the academia to contribute knowledge to the industry in order to grow our economy. To bridge this gap, one of Ghana's passionate contributors to the socioeconomic development is Professor John Gatsi.
For more news on daily basis, please click on the +follow button at the top right corner. It is usually said that , seeing is believing . There is another adage that says that leadership by example should be the way to go in every country. In a recent address by Professor John Gatsi on connect FM, he mentioned that the country is sadly drifting away from Agriculture even though the economy depends largely on our farm produce .
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Please do your best to like this article and do not forget to click the +follow button to receive more exciting articles from JUKELAFRICA. Professor Gatsi on his Facebook page has written a letter to the world on Legal positivism, judicial decisions and fiscal policy implications: the 30th November , 2021 approval of the 2022 budget.
Professor John Gatsi who is the dean of the school of business at the University of Cape Coast has laid the blame for our current economic problems squarely on the finance minister. Ofori Atta can't absolve himself of the blame. He made this assertion after Gabby Okyere Darko made some tweets yesterday about our current economic conditions.
The president of the republic of Ghana, H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo prior to the 2016 general election promised some flagship programs and general electorate bought into the idea and voted for him during the December 7 polls. Among the flagship programs promised were Planting for Food and Jobs, Planting for Food and Export, Rearing for food and jobs, Rearing for food and Exports, Youth in Afforestation and so on and so forth.
Dean of school of business at the University of Cape Coast, Professor John Gatsi has explained why prudent Economic management has been defeated since 2019. Economic management outcomes do not favor the unexplained high debt-Prof. John Gatsi The demand for accountability, debt transparency and the essence of economic management should be discussed truthfully and with due respect to Ghanaians.
Kindly click the +follow button to receive more updates from JUKELAFRICA . In a recent post by Professor John Gatsi on his Facebook page, he mentioned that the country is drifting away from Agriculture even though the economy depends largely on our farm produce . He encouraged Ghanaians to plant cassava instead of importing .Many Ghanaians have expressed satisfaction in his post as he usually adds his voice to socioeconomic discussions.
Dean of University of Cape Coast Business School, Professor John Gatsi has punched holes into the digitization agenda of government being led by the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia. The Vice President on Tuesday revealed the various interventions by goverment to transform the economy through digitization of the various sectors including health, agriculture, transport, education and finance.
Professor John Gatsi Vehemently Sends Advice To Government On Debt Restructuring : IMF Decision Room
Professor John Gatsi has sent a strong message to the Government of Ghana about how to restructure debts in the face of the IMF bailout programme. He explained that debt restructuring is considered when there is a default due to interest rate burden or weaker revenue opportunities. He explained that there is the need for government to be transparent about the existence of other debts to make a debt restructuring approach successful.
A Finance Expert and Economist, Professor John Gatsi has written on a very delicate matter on his Facebook page concerning UniCredit and has provided some lessons for Regulatory Bullying. He revealed that the Banking industry suffered because of the approach by the Central Bank. He explained that the Court Ruling on Quashing the revocation of Unicredit's license would provide some relief to many affected parties.
The Dean of Business School at the University of Cape Coast, Prof. John Gatsi says he doesn't know the decision New Patriotic Party (NPP) can accomplish its 'break the eight' plan. With President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo completing his second term on January 7, 2025, the NPP has set sight on breaking the eight-year electing cycle in government to clutch power.
Please click on the + follow button for more exciting articles on a daily basis. Professor John Gatsi has made some awesome points on Connect FM dialogue series . According to the Economist, he would not advise the government on whether to implement E-levy or to go to the IMF but he will prefer to ask the finance minister to exploit multiple revenue streams whilst making sure that there is a fairness principle behind the E-levy .
The best NDC strategy is to allow Professor John Gatsi to lead Ketu North. The people of Ketu North are so desirous for a man of stature and stardom like Professor John Gatsi to lead them. Professor John Gatsi is currently the Dean of Student for school of Business, UCC
Kindly click on the + follow button for more exciting articles on a daily basis. Professor John Gatsi has made some powerful points on Connect FM dialogue series . According to the Professor, he would not advise the government on whether to implement E-levy or to go to the IMF but he asked the finance minister to exploit diverse revenue streams whilst making sure that there is a fairness principle behind the E-levy .
In as much as many communicators of the ruling New Patriotic Party, NPP, are bent on attributing the high cost of fuel in Ghana to the Russia - Ukraine conflict, an economist, Professor John, Dean of Business at the University of Cape Coast has waded into the controversy.