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Ishmael Ackah
Ishmael Ackah
Public Utilities Regulatory Commission
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Green growth in oil producing African countries: A panel data analysis of renewable energy demand
I Ackah, R Kizys
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 50, 1157-1166, 2015
1182015
Determinants of natural gas demand in G hana
I Ackah
OPEC Energy Review 38 (3), 272-295, 2014
402014
Modelling gasoline demand in ghana: a structural time series analysis
I Ackah, F Adu
International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 4 (1), 76-82, 2013
382013
On the demand dynamics of electricity in Ghana: do exogenous non-economic variables count?
I Ackah, F Adu, RO Takyi
International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 4 (2), 149-153, 2014
372014
Re-visiting the renewable energy–economic growth nexus: Empirical evidence from African OPEC countries
O Alabi, I Ackah, A Lartey
International Journal of Energy Sector Management 11 (3), 387-403, 2017
352017
Politics of oil and gas in Ghana
E Graham, I Ackah, REV Gyampo
Insight on Africa 8 (2), 131-141, 2016
352016
The optimal petroleum fiscal regime for Ghana: An analysis of available alternatives
D Kankam, I Ackah
International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 4 (3), 400-410, 2014
322014
An institutional assessment of the public interest and accountability committee (PIAC) in Ghana’s oil and gas sector
E Graham, REV Gyampo, I Ackah, N Andrews
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 37 (4), 316-334, 2019
292019
The boom, the bust, and the dynamics of oil resource management in Ghana
E Aryeetey, I Ackah
Mining for Change, 97-118, 2018
272018
Balancing debt with sustainability? Fiscal policy and the future of petroleum revenue management in Ghana
I Ackah, C Bobio, E Graham, CK Oppong
Energy research & social science 67, 101516, 2020
252020
Meeting the targets of the Paris Agreement: an analysis of renewable energy (RE) governance systems in West Africa (WA)
I Ackah, E Graham
Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 23, 501-507, 2021
222021
Petroleum Product Pricing, Deregulation and Subsidies in Ghana: Perspectives on Energy Security
T Acheampong, I Ackah
Deregulation and Subsidies in Ghana: Perspectives on Energy Security (August …, 2015
212015
Government expenditures and economic growth in Ghana
A Frank, OM Joseph, I Ackah
Int. J. Econ. Bus. Res 2, 180-190, 2014
202014
Between altruism and self-aggrandisement: Transparency, accountability and politics in Ghana's oil and gas sector
I Ackah, A Lartey, T Acheampong, E Kyem, G Ketemepi
Energy Research & Social Science 68, 101536, 2020
172020
No African country is Norway! A perspective on sovereign wealth funds and the energy transition
I Ackah
Energy Research & Social Science 75, 102048, 2021
162021
Empirical analysis of renewable energy demand in Ghana with autometrics
I Ackah, M Asomani
International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 5 (3), 754-758, 2015
162015
Assessing the corporate social responsibility interventions in the Ghanaian oil and gas industry: perspectives from local actors
AS Mohammed, I Ackah, FX Tuokuu, S Abane
The Extractive Industries and Society 12, 101145, 2022
152022
Escaping the'Oil Curse': Is Ghana on the right path?
E Graham, I Ackah, N Andrews, RE Van Gyampo
The African Review: A Journal of African Politics, Development and …, 2019
152019
Oiling the wheels of sub-national development: An overview of development plan implementation in the Western region of Ghana
I Ackah, E Osei, FXD Tuokuu, C Bobio
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (2), 343-357, 2019
142019
On the relationship between energy consumption, productivity and economic growth: Evidence from Algeria, Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa
I Ackah
USAEE Working Paper, 2015
132015
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