Lecturers

Valley View University can boast of very dedicated Lecturers

Mr. Evans O. N. D. Ocansey

Mr. Evans O. N. D. Ocansey Specialist: Accounting Information Systems (98%)

Short Info

Experience: 7

Total: 0 Lesson(s)

Email: endocansey@vvu.edu.gh

Website: https://vvu.edu.gh

Biography

Academic Areas of interest:  

Analytical and empirical research in forensic accounting, internal controls, combating of fraud and corruption, accounting information systems and modeling of business processes, revenue and expenditure management, accountability and value for money, corporate and business ethics, corporate financial reporting, and audit related issues.  

 

 Biography

Evans O. N. D. Ocansey is a shrewd Accounting and Auditing scholar with expertise in assisting firms to design and implement effective internal control systems, install and use high performing accounting software and modeling of business processes. He teaches several accounting courses at all modes in Valley View University. He also researches into various areas of Accounting and Auditing.

Ocansey was born in Tema in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana and he attended his primary and secondary education at Ebenezer Hills and Goshen Secondary School respectively. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Valley View University and Master of Science in Accounting with a research in Forensic Accounting from Babcock University. He is currently pursuing his Doctor of Philosophy in Commerce—Accounting and Finance at Adventist University of Philippines.

Mr. Ocansey is also a motivational speaker. Thus, he enjoys motivating young people to identify their talents and how to chart their careers based on economic and job opportunities. In his leisure time, Mr. Ocansey enjoys identifying challenges in society and how to solve them; and discussing new ideals and how to execute them.

 

 Academic Degrees

2016 – date: Adventist University of Philippines, Puting, Silang, Cavite — Philippines.         

Ph. D. in Commerce (Accounting and Finance) in progress

2012 – 2015: Babcock University, Ilishan, Ogun State — Nigeria.

M. Sc. Accounting

2005 – 2009: Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

Bachelor of business Administration-Accounting

 

Published Journals Articles

Ocansey, E. O. N. D. (2017). Forensic accounting and economic and financial crimes in Ghana. European Scientific Journal, 13(31), 379-393. Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.19044/esj.2017. v13n31p379

Peprah W. K., Ocansey, E. O. N. D., & Mintah, E. K. (2017). The influence culture on global marketing strategies: A confirmatory study. The International Journal of Business &Management, 5(10), 150-155. Available at www.theijbm.com

Ocansey, E. O. N. D., Adegbie, F. F., & Dada, S. O. (2015). Impact of economic crimes on the economy of Ghana. Journal of Business Research, 1(1), 106-121. Available on https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=95l33xMAAAAJ

Karikari, A. F., Boateng, P. A., & Ocansey, E. O. N. D. (2015). The role of human resource information system in the process of manpower activities. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 5, 424-431. http://dx.doi.org/ 10.4236/ajibm.2015.56042.

Ocansey, E. O. N. D., & Enahoro, J. (2014). Comparative study of the international financial reporting standard implementation in Ghana and Nigeria. European Scientific Journal, 10(13), 529-546. Available at http://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/view/3376

Owolabi, S. A., Ocansey, E., & Dada, S. (2013). Public sector accounting and developing economies: A comparative review and analysis of Ghana and Nigeria. Unique Journal of Business Management Research, 1(3), 034-041. Available at https://www.researchgate. net/publication/312367746_Public_sector_accounting_and_developing_economies_A_comparative_review_and_analysis_of_Ghana_and_Nigeria

Yamoah, E. E., & Ocansey, E. O. N. D. (2013). Motivational factors of lecturers of private universities in Ghana. Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review, 3(1), 32-36

Ocansey, E. O. N. D., & Enahoro, J. (2012). Determinant controllability of responsibility accounting in profit planning. Canadian Social Science, 8(6), 91-96. DOI:10.3968/j.css.1923669720120806.7676. Available at http://www.cscanada.net/ index.php/css/article/view/j.css.1923669720120806.7676

11. Selected Conference/ Seminars / Workshop Presentations

Nov. 20017: Online Moodle Training, Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

Sept. 20017: Biblical Foundation Course Design Model, Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

May 2017: Writing for Scholarly Publication, Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

Mar. 2017: Research, Evaluation and Seminar, Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

Jan. 2017: Faculty Professional Development-Online Training, Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

Oct. 2015: International Management Science Research Conference, University of Ghana, Legon — Ghana.

Sept. 2015: File Management and Collaboration with Mendeley, Research Design and Execution, E-publication Ethics and Research Paper Presentation Skills, Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

July 2015: Research and Data Analysis, Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

Jun. 2015: Module Writing Workshop, Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

Jan. 2015: Global Ethical Dilemma: Issues and Challenges, Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra. 

Dec. 2014: Effective Way of Teaching Tertiary Students – Valley View University, Oyibi — Accra.

 

Courses taught

 

Principles of Accounting 1 & 2, Intermediate Accounting, Public Sector Accounting, Management & Accounting Information Systems and Microcomputer Applications in Accounting & Finance for all the modes

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