Assoc Prof Dr. Ishmael Tingbani | Strategic Management and Business Strategy | Best Researcher Award
University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Early Academic Pursuits:
Dr. Ishmael Tingbani began his academic journey with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Economics from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, in 2007. Building on this foundation, he pursued an MBA in Banking and Finance at Bangor University, United Kingdom, in 2008-2009. His dedication to academic excellence led him to further advance his studies, culminating in a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Accounting and Finance from Bournemouth University in 2015.
With a profound commitment to academia, His accumulated over 10 years of experience in the international higher education sector. His roles span from Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance to his current position as Associate Professor of Accounting at the University of Southampton. Notably, he served as the Acting Head of the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics and held leadership roles such as Director of Research and Director of Postgraduate Research at Bournemouth University.
Contributions and Research Focus:
His academic contributions extend beyond teaching, encompassing significant research achievements. He has authored over 20 international journal articles, with approximately 50% published in top-tier journals. As a research leader, he chaired the ESRC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA), overseeing impactful activities and contributing to successful grant submissions. His research interests lie in sustainability, a field in which he has collaborated closely with industry, delivering government-funded projects and workshops.
Accolades and Recognition:
Acknowledging his academic prowess, His raised substantial research grants, exceeding GB£160,000. His supervision of over 6 completed PhD theses has led to former students securing prominent positions in academia. Furthermore, his commitment to teaching is underscored by consistently high student satisfaction ratings, averaging over 4.5 on a Likert scale.
Impact and Influence:
His influence extends to various editorial and review activities, including serving as an associate editor for the "Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies." As an external assessor, he contributed to academic promotions, reflecting his standing as a respected figure in the academic community.
Legacy and Future Contributions:
His consultancy projects, involving organizations like Scottish Environmental Protection Authority (SEPA) and Dorset National Park Trust, showcase a commitment to applying academic expertise to real-world challenges. His technical competence includes proficiency in statistical software such as Stata, R, Eviews, SPSS, and programming languages like C++ and Matlab.
AM Zalata, V Tauringana, I Tingbani
Board gender diversity, environmental committee and greenhouse gas voluntary disclosures
I Tingbani, L Chithambo, V Tauringana, N Papanikolaou
Is women empowerment a zero sum game? Unintended consequences of microfinance for women’s empowerment in Ghana
S Salia, J Hussain, I Tingbani, O Kolade
Corporate voluntary greenhouse gas reporting: Stakeholder pressure and the mediating role of the chief executive officer
L Chithambo, I Tingbani, GA Agyapong, E Gyapong, IS Damoah
Working capital management and performance of listed SMEs
GA Afrifa, V Tauringana, I Tingbani
Innovation input, governance and climate change: Evidence from emerging countries
GA Afrifa, I Tingbani, F Yamoah, G Appiah
Working capital management, cash flow and SMEs' performance
GA Afrifa, I Tingbani
Sustainable environmental practices and financial performance: Evidence from listed small and medium‐sized enterprise in the United Kingdom
DJ Boakye, I TIngbani, G Ahinful, I Damoah, V Tauringana
The relationship between environmental management performance and financial performance of firms listed in the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in the UK
DJ Boakye, I Tingbani, GS Ahinful, R Nsor-Ambala
Artificial intelligence (AI)-enhanced medical drones in the healthcare supply chain (HSC) for sustainability development: A case study
IS Damoah, A Ayakwah, I Tingbani