Agyenim Boateng
Agyenim Boateng
Professor in Finance, De Montfort University
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What drives outward FDI of Chinese firms? Testing the explanatory power of three theoretical frameworks
C Wang, J Hong, M Kafouros, A Boateng
International business review 21 (3), 425-438, 2012
Cross‐border M&As by Chinese firms: An analysis of strategic motives and performance
A Boateng, W Qian, Y Tianle
Thunderbird international business review 50 (4), 259-270, 2008
State ownership, institutional effects and value creation in cross-border mergers & acquisitions by Chinese firms
M Du, A Boateng
International Business Review 24 (3), 430-442, 2015
The role of culture in the merger and acquisition process: Evidence from the European chemical industry
G Lodorfos, A Boateng
Management decision, 2006
Information asymmetry and market power in the African banking industry
A Boateng, S Asongu, R Akamavi, V Tchamyou
Journal of Multinational Financial Management 44, 69-83, 2018
Examining the determinants of inward FDI: Evidence from Norway
A Boateng, X Hua, S Nisar, J Wu
Economic Modelling 47, 118-127, 2015
Performance of international joint ventures: evidence for West Africa
A Boateng, KW Glaister
International Business Review 11 (5), 523-541, 2002
Explaining the trends in the UK cross-border mergers & acquisitions: An analysis of macro-economic factors
M Uddin, A Boateng
International Business Review 20 (5), 547-556, 2011
Determinants of capital structure: Evidence from international joint ventures in Ghana
A Boateng
International Journal of Social Economics, 2004
Board gender diversity and firm performance: The UK evidence
S Brahma, C Nwafor, A Boateng
International Journal of Finance & Economics 26 (4), 5704-5719, 2021
The empirical determinants of target capital structure and adjustment to long-run target: evidence from Canadian firms
PK Nunkoo, A Boateng
Applied Economics Letters 17 (10), 983-990, 2010
An analysis of the adoption, perceived benefits, and expected future emphasis of western management accounting practices in Chinese SOEs and JVs
J Wu, A Boateng, C Drury
The International Journal of Accounting 42 (2), 171-185, 2007
An analysis of short‐run performance of cross‐border mergers and acquisitions: Evidence from the UK acquiring firms
M Uddin, A Boateng
Review of Accounting and Finance, 2009
Measuring performance of non‐profit organisations: evidence from large charities
A Boateng, RK Akamavi, G Ndoro
Business Ethics: A European Review 25 (1), 59-74, 2016
Introduction to special issue: Mobile technologies and inclusive development in Africa
S Asongu, A Boateng
Journal of African Business 19 (3), 297-301, 2018
Cross-Border M&As by Chinese Firms: An Analysis of Strategic Motivation and Performance.
Q Wang, A Boateng
International Management Review 3 (4), 2007
Capital structure of Chinese listed SMEs: an agency theory perspective
W Huang, A Boateng, A Newman
Small Business Economics 47, 535-550, 2016
Multiple large shareholders, excess leverage and tunneling: Evidence from an emerging market
A Boateng, W Huang
Corporate Governance: An International Review 25 (1), 58-74, 2017
Board composition, monitoring and credit risk: evidence from the UK banking industry
J Lu, A Boateng
Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting 51, 1107-1128, 2018
Strategic motives for international joint venture formation in Ghana
A Boateng, KW Glaister
MIR: Management International Review, 107-128, 2003
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