Benedict Afful Jr.; Dip.Project MGT., B.A.[Economics], M.Phil(Economics), P.hD (Economics -candidate)

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Employer:UCC
Occupation:Educationist
Nationality:Ghanaian
Languages:English, Fanti, Ga, Hausa, and Twi
Country:Flag of Ghana.svg Ghana
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My profile

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About Me

Professional Background

Benedict Afful Jr. is an educationist by profession. He holds a Master of Philosophy in Economics from the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. He has several years experience teaching courses in Economics, Project Management, Business Environment, Business Decision Making, Elective Mathematics, Core Mathematics, among others. He also has keen interests in teaching, business research, small business development, environmental projects, community services and youth activities. Currently,Benedict Afful Jr works with University of Cape Coast (Department of Economics), and Center for Continuous Education.

Education

  • (on-going); University of Cape Coast, Ghana - Doctorate - P.hd. (Economics)
  • 2011; University of Cape Coast, Ghana – Masters – M.Phil. (Economics)
  • 2010; International Institution for Educational Planning, UK - Short course - Certificate in Cost analysis in education
  • 2009; Institute of Commercial Management, UK - Single Diploma - Project Management
  • 2006; University of Cape Coast, Ghana - Bachelor's Degree - B.A (Economics)

Personal Projects

  • 2011;
  • 2010;
  • 2009;
  • 2008;
  • 2007;
  • 2006;

Work Experience

  1. Institution: University of Cape Coast; Position: Principal Research Assistant; Period: 2012 - Date
  2. Institution: University of Cape Coast; Position: Senior Research Assistant; Period: 2009 - 2012
  3. Institution: Centre for Continuing Education, UCC; Position: Senior Tutor; Period: 2011 – Date
  4. Institution: Marysons College, Cape Coast; Position: Head of Department-Part Time; Period: 2011 – Date
  5. [[Institution: W.A.S.S.C.E; Position: Assistant Examiner; Period: 2009 - Date]]
  6. [[Institution: Ghana Statistical Service, Central Region; Position: Resource person for 2010 Census/ District Level Trainer; Period: 2010]]
  7. [[Institution: University of Cape Coast; Position: Teaching Assistant; Period: 2006 – 2007.]]

My interests

Professional

  • Teaching
  • Educational Management
  • E-Learning
  • ICT in Education

Personal

  • ICT
  • Research
  • Reading
  • Meeting new people

My Picture Gallery

Interesting Lessons from Cherished Ghanaian Values

  1. Why Ghanaian Women wear beads around the waist
  2. A secret of a typical Ghanaian woman. – Beads
  3. Greetings – Why greet with your right hand?
  4. The power of a Chief’s regalia
  5. Dipo an initiation rite you must not forego!
  6. Water from the pot
  7. Why some Ghanaian men wrap cloth around their bodies
  8. Why two siblings cannot marry from the same family
  9. The value of beads in Ghana
  10. Qualities of an Ancestor
  11. Importance and duties of an Ancestor
  12. Why wear black attire to a funeral
  13. Essentials of a dowry list

Lecture notes/ Resource Materials

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ASP122: Comparative analysis of economic development of the Caribbean and African Countries

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on AFS122: Comparative analysis of economic development of the Caribbean and African Countries

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ECO 101: Principles of Microeconomics

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ECO 102: Principles of Macroeconomics

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ECO 201: Elements of Microeconomics

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ECO 202: Elements of Macroeconomics

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ECO 301: Intermediate Microeconomics

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ECO 302: Intermediate Macroeconomics

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ECO 304: Intermediate Statistics II

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on AFS 413: Economic History of The Gold Coast

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on AFS 422: A Survey of African economies and development

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ECO 402: History of Economic Thought

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ECO 416: Labour Economics

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ETD 806S: Local Development of technology

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on BUS 802D: Managerial Economics

Please click [here]for lecture notes and other useful materials on ETD 801S: Science, Technology and the Development Process