Ghana’s Growing Economy And Literacy Review – Dr. Gabriel A. Ayisi

“Higher Education Centered Economic Development and Growth: Ghana as a Case Study” provides information regarding Ghana’s status on higher education and economic development.

“Higher Education Centered Economic Development and Growth: Ghana as a Case Study” is a research on higher education investment in Ghana. This book analyzes the impact of higher education on the country’s economic development. The author strives to find a relationship between the two.

Could the local government bank on higher education to hire highly skilled graduates to help bring the country towards greater economic growth? This book will help answer this question. It calls on readers, especially Ghanaians, to take up higher education and participate in the country’s development.

This book will not only be useful for Ghana and its people but for all readers regardless of nationality.

“Higher Education Centered Economic Development and Growth: Ghana as a Case Study” will be displayed in the upcoming 2018 New York Rights Fair which will take place on May 30, 2018.


About the Author 

Dr. Gabriel A. Ayisi, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ideal World Games, LLC and Chief Executive Officer of Motivational Centers International, Inc., has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in all aspects of business management.

With 27 years of professional experience, Dr. Ayisi specializes in marketing, finance and organizational leadership. He previously worked for New York University, New York Institute of Technology and CUNY Brooklyn College. In 2001, he received his Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Columbia University. Dr. Ayisi received his Master of Business Administration in 1982 from Youngstown State University.

A member of the MBA Executives Association, Dr. Ayisi received the Congressional Order of Merit Medal of Honor in 2007. He received the Business Man of the Year Award in 2006 and has published two books in 2008 and 2009. He attributes his success to his passion for his profession and his personal drive.





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