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Dr. Emmanuel Tweneboah Senzu is an African monetarist economist and philosopher, who is best known for his defense of modern neoliberalism interpreted in a parametric architecture of developing economies with a focus on the African continent. He upholds the view that government of developing countries obsession in the domination of the endogenous industrial-economic market exceeding 60% as well retaining the statute as market regulators, result to stiffening and stagnant macroeconomic growth with a weak financial economy, which hinders the sustainable growth of real gross domestic products within a globally competitive and innovative driven economic system, which is effectively championed by private hands. He has established an ideological positioning that the governments of developing countries attempt to be an active player of the endogenous economic market beyond 30% should be embraced only by public and private partnership (PPP) for the interest of competition and efficiency in market performance. And demand such government to focus and specialize in quality market regulation under free and fair conditions, as well as to cushion their domestic enterprises towards sustainable growth to benefit government and private relations emerging from such economies, the absolute pathway to economic development.

He is highly influenced by the philosophical works of Friedrich August von Hayek of the Austrian School and Milton Friedman of the Chicago School.

Teaching Areas:   

       1. Monetary Economics and Policy Analysis

       2. Macro and Microeconomics

       3. Finance Econometrics & Investment

       4. Managerial Economics

Research Areas:    

         1. Securities Trading & Risk Management

         2.  Investment Banking & SMEs development

         3.  Central Bank currency management & Policy development


         1. Member of World Economic Association, Bristol BS6, 5BZ, United Kingdom

         2. International Federation of Technical Analysts, Maryland, USA.

         3. Member of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa. Dakar, Senegal

         4. Fellow of Finance-Econometric Society, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland.

         5.  External Associate to Turkish Economic Association. Ankara, Turkey.

Rank: Professor (Associate)

Institutional Affiliation (Currently)

  1. School of Social Science, Njala University, Sierra Leone
  2. Research Division of the Central Bank of Sierra Leone
  3. Institute of Chartered Accounting, Sierra Leone
  4. Frederic Bastiat Institute, Africa.

   Industry Experience

   An Investment Banking Practitioner

 Recently accomplished work from ‘Grant’ benefit

 Development of a complete Curriculum and Syllabus of Chartered Finance & Technical Analyst (Ch.FT)


  1. Senzu, T. E. (2016a), Fundraising & Management (ISBN 978-3-65991997) Lambert Academic Publishing House, Germany
  2. Senzu, T. E. (2016b), Entreprenomics (1st Ed) (ISBN: 978-3-65990452-3) Lambert Academic Publishing House, Germany
  3. Senzu, T. E & Ndebugri, H. (2017a), Evaluating the effectiveness of the procurement Acts in Public Financial Administration; the case study in Ghana (ISBN: 978-620-2-26815-8). Published by Éditions Universitaires Européennes, Germany
  4. Senzu, T. E & Ndebugri, H. (2018a), Examining the business performance of micro, small, and medium scale enterprises through accounting keeping; a case study in Ghana. Published by University Library of Ligwig-Maximilians ( Re-published by Leicester University UK. Department of Economics.
  5. Senzu, T. E. (2018b). Entreprenomics (2nd Ed) (ISBN: 978-613-9-98876-1), Lambert Academic Publishing House, Germany.
  6. Senzu, T. E. (2019a). Corporate Tax Impact on Privates Investment: A case study of Ghana. ISBN: 978-613-9-41523-6, Published by Globe Edit- Germany
  • Stock Trade Forecasting: Is it mass psychology or subject to efficient market hypothesis.…arket-hypothesis, Re-published by International Federation of Technical Analysts, June Journal Edition, Volume 25, Issue 2. pp.24-25
  • The Analysis of Investment confidence for Ghana’s economy externally and the cause




Attached Below is the CV.

Post source : Library of Frederic Bastiat Institute

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