Prince Baah-Peprah is an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at the School of Business and Law at the University of Agder. He holds a doctor’s degree in International Business with specialization in entrepreneurial finance and has a Masters in International Business Management from the University of Agder and a Bachelor's degree in Accounting and Finance.
His research is related to crowdfunding marketing startegies, investor behavior, entrepreneurs' adoption and ethical issues in crowdfunding. Baah-Peprah is a member of the UiA Crowdfunding Reserach Center and teaches variety of courses in Entrepreneurship and Crowdfunding and supervises theses in different fields.
Baah-Peprah has contributed a book chapter in 'Advances in crowdfunding: research and practice' and has published in journals such as, International Journal of Big Data Management and Baltic Journal of Management.
Thesis supervision (2022 Marketring and Business Admintration students)
Thesis supervision (2023 Marketring and Business Admintration students)
Ph.D. Research Fellow: School of Business and Law, University of Agder, Norway
Research Assistant: Cambridge Center for Alternative Finace, University of Cambridge, UK
My research interests lie in marketing strategies in crowdfunding, investors behavior in crowdfunding and ethical issues in crowdfunding. Based on my background in management, accounting, and finance, I have previously researched entrepreneurial financing and private equity investment in emerging markets.
International Crowdfunding Awareness Project (a global study).
Baah-Peprah, Prince; Shneor, Rotem (2021). A Trust-Based Crowdfunding Campaign Marketing Framework: Theoretical Underpinnings and Big-Data Analytics Practice. International Journal of Big Data Management (IJBDM) . ISSN: 2631-8679. 2 (1). s 1 - 24. doi: 10.1504 / IJBDM.2022.119453.
Chao, Emmanuel; Serwaah, Priscilla; Baah-Peprah, Prince; Shneor, Rotem (2020). Crowdfunding in Africa: Opportunities and Challenges. Advances in Crowdfunding: Research and Practice . ISBN: 978-3-030-46309-0. Palgrave Macmillan . 14. pp. 319 - 339.
Global Covid-19 FinTech Market and Impact Resilience Study (WIP) (with Cambridge Center for Alternative Finance, University of Cambridge)
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