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Leticia Apieleg Ayarna-Gagakuma
Departmental Officer, Accounting, University Of Professional Studies-accra, P. O. Box Lg 149, Accra
Drug Abuse And Academic Performance: Evidence From Some Selected Senior High Schools In Ghana
This study investigates the effect of drug abuse on students' academic performance in some selected senior high schools (SHS) in the Greater Accra Region. The paper employed a descriptive survey approach and questionnaire was the instrument used for data collection. A sample size of 300 final year students was selected for the study using convenience sampling method. The results indicated

Leticia Apieleg Ayarna-Gagakuma
Departmental Officer, Accounting, University Of Professional Studies-accra, P. O. Box Lg 149, Accra
Assessing The Level Of Compliance With International Financial Reporting Standards Among Ghana Club 100 Companies As At The 18th Edition
This study is undertaken to identify the level of compliance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) among the unlisted firms in the Ghana Club 100 companies as at the 18th edition. The study examines how understandability, faithful representation, reliability and comparability influence the unlisted companies to comply with IFRS. The study sampled 50 unlisted firms. Questionnaires were used to gather

Leticia Apieleg Ayarna-Gagakuma
University Of Professional Studies-accra, Departmental Officer, Accounting, P. O. Box Lg 149, Accra
Incorporating Ethics And Professionalism In Accounting Education And Research: Evidence From The University Of Professional Studies, Accra
Incorporating ethics and professionalism in accounting education is essential to the development of students' ethical ability. This initiative serves to remind students of the moral implications of decision-making. The paper explores the best approach to integrate ethics and professionalism into accounting education in order to encourage students studying accounting to effectively address ethical issues. The study was quantitative in nature

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