Maejo University, Thailand
Early Academic Pursuits:
Samuel Kwesi Dunyo's academic journey began with a Bachelor's degree in Biological Science from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) in August 2007. His diverse educational background laid the foundation for his later pursuits in economics.
Having completed a Master's in Business Economics from the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce in June 2017, His continued to advance in his academic career. He earned his Ph.D. in Economics from the National Institute of Development Administration in August 2022. Following his educational accomplishments, he held the position of Lecturer at Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University from June 2022 to May 2023. Currently, he serves as a Foreign Expert at the Faculty of Business Administration at Maejo University since July 2023.
Contributions and Research Focus:
His research interests center around Macroeconomics and Financial Markets. His publications, such as "Carbon emissions and innovation: the moderating role of uncertainty" in the Journal of Cleaner Production and "Firm-level innovation: Do perceived policy instability and legal institutional conditions matter?" in Sustainability, showcase his contributions to the field. Additionally, his work on the impact of Covid-19 on the Thai economy and the effectiveness of monetary policy demonstrates his engagement with real-world economic challenges.
Accolades and Recognition:
While specific accolades and recognitions may not be explicitly mentioned, His presence as a Foreign Expert at Maejo University indicates a level of recognition and trust in his expertise in the field of business administration.
Impact and Influence:
His impact is evident in his research output, particularly in understanding the interplay between environmental policies, innovation, and economic dynamics. His work on the impact of Covid-19 reflects a commitment to addressing contemporary economic challenges and contributing to the broader economic discourse.
Legacy and Future Contributions:
His academic achievements and the dissemination of knowledge through his research publications. As a Foreign Expert, his continued contributions to the Faculty of Business Administration at Maejo University suggest a commitment to nurturing the next generation of business professionals. Future contributions may include further research, mentorship, and engagement in economic policy discussions.
Relationship between CO2 emissions, technological innovation, and energy intensity: Moderating effects of economic and political uncertainty
Dunyo, S.K., Odei, S.A., Chaiwet, W.