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Dr. Enock Mintah Ampaw is a highly accomplished academician and researcher, currently serving as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Applied Mathematics at Koforidua Technical University. His academic journey has been marked by a commitment to excellence, and extensive teaching experience.


Dr. Ampaw holds a Ph.D. in Management Science (Operations Research) and Engineering with a specialization in Data Mining and Information Management from the University of Electronic Science and Technology, China. Prior to his doctoral studies, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics and his master’s degree in Statistics in Ghana, laying the groundwork for his multifaceted approach to academia.

His specialization in Data Mining and Information Management underscores his expertise in leveraging analytical data, statistics, and optimization principles to address complex systems.

Professional Experience:

With an illustrious career spanning over seventeen years at the tertiary level, Dr. Ampaw has demonstrated a passion for education and a dedication to fostering intellectual growth in various capacities.

Teaching Experience:

Dr. Ampaw’s pedagogical expertise encompasses a diverse array of courses, showcasing his versatility and depth of knowledge. His teaching portfolio includes:

  • Statistical Methods
  • Probability
  • Statistical Quality Control
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Demography
  • Algebra
  • International Economics
  • Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Economics for Development and Planning
  • National Accounting
  • Data Mining

This extensive teaching experience has been acquired through notable tenures at three esteemed universities, contributing to the academic enrichment of countless students.

Mentoring and Supervision:

Beyond the classroom, Dr. Ampaw has played a pivotal role in the academic and professional development of students. His mentorship and supervision have guided numerous individuals at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, fostering a legacy of scholarly excellence.

Research Interests:

Dr. Ampaw’s research interests span various domains, showcasing a proficiency in utilizing tools such as AMOS Graphic, Tosmana, fsQCA, R, Python, IBM SPSS Modeler, NCSS, and UCINET. His publications, featured in esteemed and revered databases (Scopus, Web of Science and ScienceDirect) are receiving due attention in academic and professional milieu.

Reviewer and Professional Engagement:

In addition to his scholarly contributions, Dr. Ampaw plays a vital role as a reviewer for Kybernetes and several other esteemed journals, where he actively contributes to the rigorous academic peer-review process.

Entrepreneurship in Academia:

Dr. Ampaw is the founder of ZigmaCloud7 Data Klinique, a center specializing in Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) for scientific solutions. The center provides comprehensive support for aspiring researchers aiming to make a scholarly impact in academia and industry.

Research Focus:

His recent papers predominantly focus on total Environmental and Human Health, Renewable Energy, International Trade (Regional Integration) and Sharing Economy.


Beyond Dr. Ampaw’s academic and research pursuits, he has a deep appreciation for imagination and curiosity. He believes these qualities drive his passion for whatever he does in life. Dr. Ampaw also maintains a keen interest in unconventional topics, including extraterrestrial real estate. This reflects his broader passion for imagination and exploration, serving as a source of inspiration in both academic and personal realms.

Professional Memberships:

A distinguished member of the Ghana Science Association, Dr. Ampaw actively engages with peers and scholars, participating in international conferences to contribute to the ongoing dialogue in his areas of expertise.

Contact Information:

For inquiries, collaboration opportunities, or further information, please contact Dr. Enock Mintah Ampaw at:

  • +233) 0243912246/0507812194
  • enock@ktu.edu.gh; sendtoampaw@yahoo.com
  • ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Enock-Mintah-Ampaw
  • Google scholar: scholar.google.com/citations?user=pLcxU8MAAAAJ&hl=en
  • ORCID: https/orcid.org/0000-0002-8501-1600

Dr. Ampaw’s Sample Publications:

  1. Akuffo, B. and Enock Mintah Ampaw. (2013). An Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (ARIMA) Model for Ghana’s Inflation. Mathematical Theory and Modeling, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp. 10 – 26.
  2. Akuffo, B., Enock Mintah Ampaw and Lartey, S. (2014). Conditional Heteroscedasticity: GARCH model with application to interest rate in Ghana. Mathematical Theory and Modeling Journal, Vol. 4 No. 6, pp. 32 – 46.
  3. Akuffo, B., Abledu G. K. and Enock Mintah Ampaw. (2014). A Cointegration analysis of inflation and interest rate volatility in Ghana. Africa Development and Resources Research Institute (ADRRI), Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 190 – 204.
  4. Mintah. Ampaw, Akuffo, B. and Opoku-Larbi S. (2013). Time Series analysis of rainfall data in the New Juaben Municipality of the Eastern Region of Ghana. International Journal of Business and Social Science (IJBSS), Vol. 4 No. 8, pp. 116 – 129.
  5. Lartey, S., Akuffo, B. and Enock Mintah Ampaw. (2014). Multiple Regression and Structural Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Ghana (1994 – 2010). International Journal of Business and Social Research (IJBSR), Vol. 4 No 4, pp. 65 – 82.
  6. Enock Mintah Ampaw Akuffo, B. Opoku-Larbi S., and Baffoe S. (2014). Principal Component Analysis (PCA) of Customer Choice of Telecommunication Networks in the Eastern Region of Ghana.  Africa Development and Resources Research Institute. Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 22 – 40.
  7. Nborlen Mark Nte-Adik, Enock Mintah Ampaw, Seth Opoku Larbi, Kwame Asare Gyasi-Agyei and Samuel Lartey. (2016). Negative Binomial Regression Model of Typhoid Fever Trajectory in Saboba District of Ghana. ADRRI journal of medical and biomedical research. 2026-6022 VOL. 1,(3)
  8. J. Frempong, C. Junwu, and Enock Mintah Ampaw. (2018). Effects of Waste Management Customer Online Value Co-Creation on Sanitation Attitude and Advocacy: A Customer-Enterprise Dyadic Perspective. Sustainability, 10(7), 1-21.
  9. Enock Mintah Ampaw, C. Junwu, and J. Frempong. (2019). Examining the overarching factors of clients’ loyalty based on the mobile insurance typology. South African Journal of Business Management, 50(1), 1-14.
  10. Enock Mintah Ampaw, C. Junwu, B. Liang, T. Sang-Bing and J. Frempong. (2019). Assessment on health care service quality and patients’ satisfaction in Ghana. Kybernetes, Emerald Publishing Limited
  11. J. Frempong, C. Junwu, Enock Mintah Ampaw, Amofah O. D. and  Kwame Wadei K. A. (2019). The relationship among customer operant resources, online value cocreation and electronic-word-of-mouth in solid waste management marketing. Journal of Cleaner Production
  12. C. Junwu, Q. Zhifeng, Enock Mintah Ampaw and Hong C. (2019). To Have Your Cake and Eat It? A Two-Period Model for Retailers’ Mixed Bundling or Reserved Product Pricing Strategies in Response to Supplier Encroachment. IEEE Access
  13. Samuel Gyamerah, Zheng He, Emmanuel Etto-Duodu Gyamerah, Dennis Asante, Bright Nana Kwame Ahia1, and Enock Mintah Ampaw. (2021). Implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative in Africa: A Firm-Level Study of Sub-Saharan African SMEs. Journal of Chinese Political Science, Springer.
  14. Dennis Asante, Zheng He, Enock Mintah Ampaw, Samuel Gyamerah, Martinson Ankrah Twumasi, Evans Opoku-Mensah, Francis Kyere, Bismark Asante and Ellen Afia Akyia. (2021). Renewable energy technology transition among small-and-medium scale firms in Ghana. Renewable Energy
  15. Koffi Dumor,Yao Li, Enock Mintah Ampaw, Charles Hackman K. Essel, Edwina Oheneasi Essel, and Onesmus Mbaabu Mutiiria. (2021). Situating Africa in the exports patterns of China’s Belt and Road Initiative: A network analysis. African Development Review, Wiley
  16. Samuel Gyamerah, Zheng He, Enock Mintah Ampaw, Dennis Asante and Lydia Asare-Kyire. (2021). The Belt and Road Initiative and East African small and medium-sized enterprises: benefits, drivers and particular sectors. International Journal of Emerging Markets, Emerald Publishing Limited.
  17. Yuguo Jiang, Dennis Asante, Jie Zhang and Enock Mintah Ampaw. (2021). The influence of ambidextrous leadership on the employee innovative behavior: an empirical study based on Chinese manufacturing enterprises. Current Psychology -Springer Nature.
  18. Enock Mintah Ampaw, Glady Aprew Siaw, Sella Appiah, Albert Adu-Sackey, Samuel Baffoe, Jacob Azaare, Nborlem Mark Nte-Adik, Bernard Obo Essah and Godwin Amuzu. (2021). Value Co-creation inside the Ridesharing Economy: Evidence from the Chinese Sharing Economy Experiencescape with Set-theoretic and SEM Applications. Mathematical Theory and Modeling. Vol (11) 5.
  19. Koffi Dumor, Yao Li1, Ma Yongkai, Enock Mintah Ampaw and Hafez Komla Dumor. (2021). Evaluating the belt and road initiative effects on trade and migration: Evidence from the East African community. African Development Review – Wiley.
  20. Jacob Azaare, Zhao Wu, Bernard Gumah, Enock Mintah Ampaw and Socrates Modzi Kwadwo. (2021). Auto insurance premiums in Ghana: An Autoregressive Distributed Lag model approach to risk exposure variables. Journal of Psychology in Africa, Taylor and Francis.
  21. Enock Mintah Ampaw, Albert Adu-Sackey, Samuel Baffoe, Joseph Frempong, Nborlen Mark Nte-Adik and Jacob Azaare. (2021). More than one road goes to Rome: Understanding the complex behavioral solutions of mobile money clientele from the lens of fsQCA. International Journal of Technology and Management Research.
  22. Enock Mintah Ampaw, Nborlen Mark Nte-Adik, Jacob Azaare, Albert Adu-Sackey, Bernard Obo Essah and Godwin Amuzu. (2022). Embracing mobile financial inclusion in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic: The mediating role of cognitive and affective-based trust embeddedness. International Journal of Technology and Management Research 7 (2022)
  23. Enock Mintah Ampaw, Albert Adu-Sackey, Stephen Eduafo, Olivia Osei-Tutu, and Nborlem Mark Nte-Adik. (2022). Unveiling the Drivers of Customers’ Loyalty toward Mobile Money Service Providers Based on SEM: A Clarion Call for Industry Players Survival. International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mathematics. 8(5): 96-111
  24. Jacob Azaare, Zhao Wu1, Yingying Zhu, Gabriel Armah, Gideon Mensah Engmann,
    Socrates Modzi Kwadwo, Bright Nana Kwame Ahia and Enock Mintah Ampaw. (2022). Measuring the Adequacy of Loss Distribution for the Ghanaian Auto Insurance Risk Exposure through Maximum Likelihood Estimation. Open Journal of Business and Management. Vol.10, 846-859.
  25. Koffi Dumor, Yao Li1, Edem koffi Amouzou, Enock Mintah Ampaw, Matthew Biniyam Kursah and Koffi Akakpo. (2022). Modeling the dynamic nexus among CO2 emissions, fossil energy usage, and human development in East Africa: New insight from the novel DARDL simulation embeddedness. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Springer Nature.
  26.  Samuel Gyamerah, Zheng He, Enock Mintah Ampaw and Dennis Asante. (2022). Paternalistic leadership, employee creativity, and retention: The role of psychological empowerment. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, Sage.
  27.  Yuguo Jiang, Yingmei Hu, Dennis Asante, Enock Mintah Ampaw and Bismarck Asante. (2022). The Effects of Executives’ low-carbon cognition on corporate low-carbon performance: A study of managerial discretion in China. Journal of Cleaner Production. 357(2022).
  28. Yuguo Jiang, Dennis Asante, Enock Mintah Ampaw and Yangchen Zheng. (2022). The effects of simmelian ties on innovation of low‑carbon technology: A study of top managers’ environmental awareness and stakeholder pressure in China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Springer Nature
  29. Yuguo Jiang, Min Li, Asante Dennis, Xin Liao and Enock Mintah Ampaw. (2022). The Hotspots and Trends in the Literature on Cleaner Production: A Visualized Analysis Based on Citespace. Sustainability, 14, 9002
  30. Jacob Azaare, Zhao Wu, Socrates Kwadwo Modzi, Ping Li, and Enock Mintah Ampaw. (2023). Examining the Impact of Environmental, Social and Governance Scores on Financial Performance of Listed Companies on the German Stock Exchange (XETRA). Science Journal of Business and Management. Vol. 11, No. 2
  31. Yuguo Jiang, Enock Mintah Ampaw, and Feifei Xu. (2023). Unpacking the mechanism of network embeddedness for low-carbon innovation in Chinese companies: A dynamic and cognitive theory perspective. Sustainability, 15(11498).
  32. Enock Mintah Ampaw, Junwu Chai, Yuguo Jiang, Koffi Dumor and Edem Koffi Amouzou. (2023). Why is Ghana losing the war against illegal gold mining (Galamsey). An Artificial neural network-based investigation. Environmental Science and Pollution
  33. Yuguo Jiang, Enock Mintah Ampaw, Hongyan Wu and Lan Zhao. (2023). The effect of system pressure on low-carbon innovation in firm: A case study from China. Sustainability, 15(11066).
  34. Koffi Dumor, Zhao Shurong, Hafez Komla Dumor, Enock Mintah Ampaw, Edem Koffi Amouzou, Samuel Okae-Adjei and Eric Koffi Boadi. (2023). Evaluating the effect of ICT on trade and economic growth from the perspective of the Eastern African belt and road countries. Information Technology for Development, Taylor and Francis.
  35. Evans Asante Boadi, Yongan Xu, Josephine Bosompem, Enock Mintah Ampaw, and James Agyei. (2023). ‘No saints’, No sinners’: Corporate social responsibility impact on occupational embeddedness and corporate brand trust with extrinsic motivation as a moderating construct. European Journal of International Management, Interscience.
  36. Yuguo Jiang, Hongxiang Yu, Enock Mintah Ampaw, Chenglong Wang, and Ping Jiang. (2023). Innovating for a greener world: Simulating low-carbon innovation in manufacturing companies from the lens of community succession. Journal of Cleaner Production.
  37. Enock Mintah Ampaw, Junwu Chai, Yuguo Jiang, Adjei Peter Darko and Kwame Simpe Ofori. (2024). Rethinking small-scale gold mining in Ghana: A holy grail for environmental stewardship and sustainability. Journal of Cleaner Production.

Contact Information

  • Position Title: Snr. Lecturer
  • Personal Title: Dr
  • Location: Koforidua
  • E-mail address: mintah.enock@ktu.edu.gh