Mr. Paragon POMEYIE
Paragon Pomeyie is currently a senior lecturer at Central University, Miotso, Ghana. He received his training as an economist at the University of Cape Coast where he obtained M.Phil (Economics) with emphasis on International Economics and lectured in the Department of Economics of the same University. He earlier obtained a B.A. (Honours) in Economics and a Diploma in Education from the same University.
Paragon also participated in an African Economic Research Consortium’s (AERC) Joint Facility for Electives (JFE) programme in Nairobi Kenya specializing in Economic Management and Policy Analysis, and Industrial Economics.
Paragon lectures in the following courses: Intermediate Macroeconomics, International Trade and Policy, International Finance and Open Macroeconomics, Elements of Economics and Business Economics
Career History (1990 to present)
- Currently Senior Lecturer in Economics at Central University.
- From November 1998 to February 2009 - Head of the Department of Economics, Central University, Accra
- Senior Lecturer, KNUST – Commonwealth Executive Masters in Business Administration, Koforidua Campus.
- Chief Examiner (Economics), The Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana
- Lecturer/Economist, Department of Economics, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast from 1995 to 2000.
- Research Consultant, Population Council (USA)/University of Cape Coast Collaborative Programmes.
Some Consulting Activities:
- Lead Consultant for Ministry of Education in the Development and Review of Senior High School Economics Syllabus.
- Consultant for Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana for the development of the Economics content of their training programmes.
- Consultant - Research into the Interrelationships between Fertility and Schooling in Ghana. A Collaborative Programme between the University of Cape Coast and the Population Council, New York, USA.
- Amoah, A. Hughes, G. and Pomeyie, P. (2018). Environmental consciousness and choice of bulb for lighting in a developing country. Energy, Sustainability and Society Journal, 2018, Volume 8, Number 1., Springer.
- Pomeyie, P. (2014): MICROECONOMICS: An Introductory Textbook; 4th Edition NIROSAC Printing Press, Accra, Ghana
- Pomeyie, P. (2014): MACROECONOMICS: An Introductory Textbook; 4th Edition NIROSAC Printing Press, Accra, Ghana
- Obeng, C.K et al (2004): Elements of Microeconomics, Centre for Continuing Education UCC, Cape Coast.
- Anim S. K et al (2004): Elements of Macroeconomics, Centre for Continuing Education UCC, Cape Coast.
Current Line of Research and Research Interest
- Monetary Policy Management in Ghana since independence and some lessons for policy makers.
- Macroeconomic Policies and Economic Growth. The Ghanaian Evidence.
- Wage Behaviour in Ghana and Inflation.
- Economics Education in Ghana
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