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The Bible is a POOR guidance resource for Macroeconomics - Professor Steve Hanke

Steve Hanke, a professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins University, cited a piece in The Economist in which the author cautioned that the Bible is a subpar macroeconomics reference. The article's author was referring to Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta's habit of using Scripture to support some of his macroeconomic decisions.

  27 days ago ago
The Bible is a POOR guidance resource for Macroeconomics - Professor Steve Hanke

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Why The Cedi Seem To Win The Battle Against The Dollar Now, What Next?

The Ghanaian Cedi has earned the reputation as the poorest performing currency in the last 3 months. The Cedi during this period hit an all time low at $1 to GHC14.8 on November 17, 2022. Many economic commentators have signaled doom for the Cedi and called on Government to mothball the Central Bank.

  1 month ago ago
Why The Cedi Seem To Win The Battle Against The Dollar Now, What Next?

POLITICS

Steve Hanke Exposed As Bawumia's Aide Serves Notice To Ghanaians

Krobea Kwabena Asante, aide to Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has exposed Steve Hanke over his recent post on Twitter. Steve Hanke has been on the 'neck' of the NPP government for the past few months. Some people believe that Steve Hanke is doing the work of NDC communicators.

  4 months ago ago
Steve Hanke Exposed As Bawumia's Aide Serves Notice To Ghanaians

ECONOMY-FINANCE

US Professor Blames Bawumia For Ghana’s Economic Woes

A Professor of Applied Economics at John Hopkins University in the United State of America, Steve Hanke has cited Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia as the one responsible for Ghana's current economic crisis. Prof Hanke says Dr Bawumia as running mate to then Candidate Akufo-Addo promised to solve Ghana's problems

  4 months ago ago
US Professor Blames Bawumia For Ghana’s Economic Woes

ECONOMY-FINANCE

[Feature] Prof. Steve Hanke's Usage of Inflation Basket of USA to Calculate Ghana's Inflation Rate is Completely Wrong: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

Steve Hanke, Professor of Applied Economics at the Johns Hopkins University in the United States of America has recently been on the neck of Akufo-Addo's government, accusing the government of economic mismanagement and has consistently claimed to measure Ghana's Inflation Rate on monthly basis since January 2022.

  4 months ago ago
[Feature] Prof. Steve Hanke's Usage of Inflation Basket of USA to Calculate Ghana's Inflation Rate is Completely Wrong: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

ECONOMY-FINANCE

New Inflation Rate Catches International Attention- Nana Addo’s Government In More Trouble

Nana Addo’s government is being called out by all international bodies. Inflation rates are skyrocketing and people are still amazed at how inflation could rise to this percentage. Not long ago, inflation in Ghana had increased to about 28%. People were weeping over these high numbers and how unsafe the country is becoming.

  7 months ago ago
New Inflation Rate Catches International Attention- Nana Addo’s Government In More Trouble

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Chairman Wontumi Teases Prof. Hanke for Slipping Under the radar since the Cedi is Performing Well

The whereabouts of Professor Steve Hanke really concerns Mr. Bernard Antwi-Boasiako (Chairman Wontumi), the Ashanti Regional Chairman for the New Patriotic Party (NPP). Since the Ghanaian cedi has recovered and is performing well against the US dollar, Mr. Bernard Antwi-Boasiako, also known as Chairman Wontumi, has criticized Prof. Hanke for slipping under the radar.

  1 month ago ago
Chairman Wontumi Teases Prof. Hanke for Slipping Under the radar since the Cedi is Performing Well

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Please Stop Bothering Our President; Ghanaians Send Message To Nana Addo's Critic Prof Hanke

Readers can recall how Professor Hanke has continuously been on the neck of President Nana Addo and the economic management team. The professor of applied economics, Steve Hanke, usually makes use of Twitter and Facebook to send messages to various countries. It is interesting to note that the Professor writes articles on various economic issues.

  5 months ago ago
Please Stop Bothering Our President; Ghanaians Send Message To Nana Addo's Critic Prof Hanke

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Top Economist Steve Hanke Sends Message To Ghana-Uses Words Hotter Than A Furnace, Massive Reactions

Steve Hanke is a renowned professor in applied economics at Johns Hopkins University. He makes use of social media to send reports about the economic performances of various countries. It is good to note that Professor Steve Hanke has written several articles on the United States, Sri Lanka, China and many other economies.

  5 months ago ago
Top Economist Steve Hanke Sends Message To Ghana-Uses Words Hotter Than A Furnace, Massive Reactions

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Ghana's inflation has reached 50% per year.

The economy situations in Ghana are not favorable of late. Reports indicated that the inflation of Ghana has reached 50 percent in a year period. Steve Hanke is a renowned economist who monitors inflation across most countries. He works at John Hopkins and also a senior fellow and director of Troubled Currencies Project.

  6 months ago ago
Ghana's inflation has reached 50% per year.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

You're The Cause Of Ghana's Economic Crisis, Stop Blaming Others – Akufo-Addo Told

An Applied Economics Professor at the John Hopkins University in the United State of America, Steve Hanke criticized President Akufo-Addo for his handling of the Ghanaian economy. He says should stop playing the blame game and take responsibility for the mess that his administration has plunged Ghana's economy into.

  4 months ago ago
You're The Cause Of Ghana's Economic Crisis, Stop Blaming Others – Akufo-Addo Told

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Ghana Must Mothball Its Central Bank, Install Currency Board; Economist Repeats

An international Economist, Steve Hanke has repeated his call for Ghana to mothball its Central Bank and install a currency Board. His call came first in July 2022 while reacting to Ghana’s decision to turn to the IMF. The Johns Hopkins University Economist’s current call comes on the back of Ghana’s surging inflation.

  5 months ago ago
Ghana Must Mothball Its Central Bank, Install Currency Board; Economist Repeats

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Ghana's issues are being caused by Bawumia, according to Professor Hanke

Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia is the root of the nation's troubles, according to Johns Hopkins University professor of applied economics Steve Hanke. He asserts that despite the Vice President's stated intention to address the nation's problems, he is doing the reverse by causing more of them.

  4 months ago ago
Ghana's issues are being caused by Bawumia, according to Professor Hanke

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Akufo-Addo passes begging bowl to the IMF: US Economist Professor Steve Hanke Thumbs Down Ghana's

He refered to the choice to delay the mid-term spending plan survey this week as proof that the president and his money serve Ken Ofori-Atta were anticipating a credit from the International Monetary Fund. Reports say the money serve deferred the audit until introductory gatherings with the IMF for a financial program were finished.

  6 months ago ago
Akufo-Addo passes begging bowl to the IMF: US Economist Professor Steve Hanke Thumbs Down Ghana's

ECONOMY-FINANCE

You are not learning -American Professor jabs Akufo-Addo.

An American economics, professor Steve Hanke who is surprised as to how his Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo and vice president Bawumia are mismanaging the economy has question when the president will learn sense. Making analysis in a tweet, professor Steve Hanke noted that Ghana's cedis has depreciated by 42.3% in a space of a year but surprisingly to him he hasn't seen anything president Akufo-Addo is doing to solve the problem.

  5 months ago ago
You are not learning -American Professor jabs Akufo-Addo.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Prof. Steve Hanke's Was Wrong on Ghana's Inflation Rate : Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

Steve Hanke, a professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins University in the United States, has recently been on the government of Akufo-neck, Addo's accusing it of economic mismanagement and adamantly asserting that he has been measuring Ghana's inflation rate on a monthly basis since January 2022.

  4 months ago ago
Prof. Steve Hanke's Was Wrong on Ghana's Inflation Rate : Razak Kojo Opoku Writes

ECONOMY-FINANCE

JUST IN: IMF Loan Won’t Save Ghana’s Economy - Renowned International Economist Declares and Drops

Ghana's decision to enter into an economic program with the IMF, according to Johns Hopkins University Professor Steve Hanke, will not salvage the country's economy. A financial bailout from the Bretton Woods Institution is certain to fail just like the other 17 IMF programs that Ghana has participated in, he claims.

  7 months ago ago
JUST IN: IMF Loan Won’t Save Ghana’s Economy - Renowned International Economist Declares and Drops

ECONOMY-FINANCE

IMF will not solve Ghana's problems - Steve Hanke

Ghana is going to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for financial support to stabilise the economy. According to leadership of the country, the economy is facing a lot of challenges and that has necessitated a move to IMF for a bailout. Some of these causes includes the novel Covid-19 pandemic and the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.

  6 months ago ago
IMF will not solve Ghana's problems - Steve Hanke

ECONOMY-FINANCE

IMF 18th loan for Ghana will fail, It will not save Ghana's economy:US Economist boldly declares

The IMF or the World Bank is not a charitable organization and the kind of financial help that those twin organizations provide to the developing countries will never get any of those countries anywhere. Africa Countries and borrowing from IMF and World Bank is the sad reality we facing in this our continent.

  7 months ago ago
IMF 18th loan for Ghana will fail, It will not save Ghana's economy:US Economist boldly declares

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Find Out How The Ghanaian Cedi Has Been Described

Ever since the Government of Ghana led by President Akuffo Addo announced it's intention to seek assistance from the International Monetary Fund, many people have shared their views and one of such people is Steve Hanke. He describes himself as an Economist at Johns Hopkins University, a Senior Fellow and Director for Troubled Currencies Project at Caton Institute among others.

  6 months ago ago
Find Out How The Ghanaian Cedi Has Been Described