1) Uddin, M & Boateng, A. (2014). Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions: UK Dimen-sions, Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
2) Hua, X. & Boateng, A. (2015). Trade openness, Financial Liberalisation, Economic Growth, and Environment effects in the North-South: New Static and Dynamic Panel Data Evidence, In (Editors) Liam Leonard & Maria Alejandra Gonzakez, Advances in Sustain-ability and Environmental Justice, Vol. 17: Beyond the UN Global Compact.
3) He, W., Ring, P & Boateng, A. (2016). Bank Internationalisation: An Examination of the Role of Government & Home Institutions in Emerging Economy, in (editors) J. Jay Choi, Michael Powers, and Xiaotian Zhang, The Political Economy of Chinese Finance, Interna-tional Finance Review, Vol. 17, Emerald.
4) Min Du & Boateng, A. (2016). Corporate governance in China: Regulatory Reforms and Policies, In Ngwu, F. N., Osuji, O.K., & Stephen, F.H. (2017). Corporate Governance in Developing and Emerging Markets: Debates, Models and New Institutional Economics, Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
5) Boateng, A & Lu, J. (2016). Varieties of Corporate Governance Models: A Review and Synthesis, In Ngwu, F. N., Osuji, O.K., & Stephen, F.H. (2017). Corporate Governance in Developing and Emerging Markets: Debates, Models and New Institutional Economics, Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
6) Boateng, A, Lordofos, G., & Glaister, K.W (2017). Motives for European Mergers & Ac-quisitions: Analysis of pre-merger press announcements and post-merger interviews, In Cooper, C.L., Tarba, S., Sarala, R.M., & Ahammad, M.F. (Ed.), Mergers and Acquisitions in Practice, Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
1. Chijoke-Mgbame, A.M., Boateng, A. & Mgbame, C.O. (2020). Board Gender Diversity,
Audit Committee and Financial Performance: Evidence from Nigeria, Accounting Forum, In Press.
2. Kwabi, F., Boateng, A., Du, A. (2020). Impact of central bank independence, transparency and institutional quality on foreign equity portfolio allocation: a cross-country analysis, International Review of Financial Analysis, 69, 1-13.
3. Fan, Y., Boateng, A., King, T.P. & MacRae, C (2019). Board-CEO friendship ties and firm value: Evidence from US firms, International Review of Financial Analysis, 65, 1-17
4. Liu, Y., Brahma, S. & Boateng, A. (2019). Impact of Ownership Structure and Ownership Concentration on Credit Risk of Chinese Commercial Banks, International Journal of Managerial Finance, 16(2), 253-272.
5. Boateng, A, Du, M., Bi, X., & Lodorfos, G. (2019), Cultural distance and value creation of cross-border M&A: The Moderating Role of Acquirer Characteristics, International Re-view of Financial Analysis. 63, 285-295, 2019
6. Cai, H., Boateng, A & Guney, Y. (2019). Host country institutions and firm-level R&D Influences: An Analysis of European Union FDI in China, Research International Busi-ness & Finance, 4, 311-326.
7. Kwabi, F., Boateng, A. & Adegbite, E. (2019). International Portfolio Investment and En-forcement of Insider Trading Laws: A Cross-Country Analysis, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 53,2, 327-349.
8. He, W., Boateng, A & Ring, P. (2019). Motives, Choice of Entry Mode, and Challenges of Bank Internationalisation: Evidence from China, Thunderbird International Business Re-view, 61, 6, 897-909.
9. Boateng, A., Liu, Y. & Brahma, S. (2019). Politically connected CEO, Independent Direc-tors and Credit Risk: Evidence from Chinese Commercial Banks Research in Interna-tional Business & Finance, 47, 162-173.
10. Nguyen, T.V.H., Boateng, A. & Pham, T.T.T (2019). Involuntary Excess Reserve and Het-erogeneous Transmission of Policy Rates to Bank Lending Rates in China, Empirical Eco-nomics, 57,3, 1023-1044.
11. Kwabi, F., Boateng, A. & Adegbite, E. (2018). The impact of Stringent Insider Trading Laws and Enforcement on cost of capital, International Review of Financial Analysis, 60, 127-137.
12. Boateng, A., Asongu, S. Akamavi, R & Simen, V. (2018). Information Asymmetry and Market Power in the African Banking Industry, Journal of Multinational Financial Man-agement, 44, 69-83.
13. Lu, J. & Boateng, A. (2018). Board Composition, Monitoring and Credit Risk: Evidence from the UK Banks, Review of Quantitative Finance & Accounting, 51, 4, 1107-1128
14. Nguyen, T.V.H., Boateng, A. & Nguyen, T.C. (2018). Involuntary excess reserve and bankers’ remuneration: evidence from Chinese banks, Applied Economic Letters, 25,8, 518-522, 2018
15. Brahma, S., Boateng, A. & Ahmad, S. (2018. Motives behind M&A: A study of European Utilities, International Journal of Public Sector Management, 31, 5, 599-616.
16. Nisar, S., Boateng, A. & Wu, J. (2018). The Entry Mode Strategy and Performance of SMEs: Evidence from Norway, Research in International Business and Finance, 45, 323-333.
17. Emudainohwo, O. B., Boateng, A., Brahma S., & Ngwu, F. (2018). Analysis of Govern-ment Policies, Institutions and Inward Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from Sub-Sa-haran Africa, Thunderbird International Business Review, 60, 4, 523-534.
18. Boateng, A. Cai, H., Borgia, D., Bi, X. & Ngwu, F. (2017). The Influence of Internal Cor-porate Governance Mechanisms on Capital Structure Decisions of Chinese Listed Firms, Review of Accounting & Finance, 16, 4, 444-461.
19. Boateng, A. & Huang, W. (2017). Multiple Large Shareholders, Excess Leverage and Tun-nelling: Evidence from Emerging Market, Corporate Governance: An International Re-view, 25, 1: 58-74.
20. Boateng, A., Bi, X & Braimah, S. (2017). Firm ownership, Board monitoring and operating performance of Chinese mergers and acquisitions, Review of Quantitative Finance & Ac-counting, 49, 925-948.
21. Boateng, A., Du, A. Wang, Y., Wang, C. & Ahammad, M.F. (2017). Explaining the Surge in M&A as an Entry Mode: Home Country and Cultural Influences, International Market-ing Review, Special Issue, 34, 1:87-103.
22. Chen, Y., Hua, X. & Boateng, A. (2017). Effects of Foreign Acquisitions on Financial constraints, Productivity and Investment in R&D of Target Firms in China, International Business Review, 26: 640-651.
23. Huang, W., Boateng, A. & Newman, A. (2016). Capital structure of Chinese listed SMEs: An Agency Theory Perspective, Small Business Economics, 47, 535-550
24. Du, M., Boateng, A. & Newton, D. (2016). The impact of state ownership, formal institu-tions and resource seeking on acquirers’ returns of Chinese M&A, Review of Quantitative Finance & Accounting, 47, 159-178
25. Huang, H. & Boateng, A. (2016). Executive and board shareholding, compensation and Analyst forecast of Chinese firms, Applied Economics, 49, 15: 159-1472
26. Boateng, A., Akamavi, R. & Ndoro, G. (2016). Measuring Performance of Non-profit or-ganisations: Evidence from Large Charities, Business Ethics: A European Review, 25, 1, 59-74
27. Huang, W. & Boateng, A. (2016), On the Value Relevance of Analyst Opinions and Insti-tutional Shareholdings in China, International Journal of Accounting and Information Management, 24, 3, 206-225.
28. Nguyen, V. H. T. & Boateng, A. (2015). An Analysis of Involuntary Excess Reserves, Monetary Policy and Risk-taking Behaviour of Chinese Banks, International Review of Financial Analysis, 37, 63-72
29. Boateng, A., Huang, W & Kufuor, N.K. (2015). Commercial Bank Ownership and Perfor-mance in China, Applied Economics, 47, 49, 5320-5336.
30. Nguyen, V. H. T. & Boateng, A. (2015). Excess Bank Reserves in Emerging Countries: A critical review and agenda for future research, International Review of Financial Analysis (2015), 39, 158-166.
31. Boateng, A., Hua, X., Nisar, S. and Wu, J. (2015). Examining the determinants of inward FDI: Evidence from Norway, Economic Modelling, 47, 118-127.
32. Du, M., & Boateng, A. (2015). State Ownership, Institutional Effects and Value Creation in Cross-border Mergers & Acquisitions by Chinese Firms, International Business Re-view, 24, 3: 430-442.
33. Nguyen, V.H.T., Boateng, A. & Newton, D) (2015). Involuntary Excess Reserves, the Re-serve Requirements and Credit Rationing in China, Applied Economics, 47,14, 1424-1437.
34. Boateng, A. & Bi, X. (2014). Acquirer Characteristics and Method of Payment: Evidence from Chinese Mergers and Acquisitions, Managerial & Decision Economics, 35: 540–554.
35. Boateng, A., Hua, X., Uddin, M & Du, M. (2014). Home Country Macroeconomic Factors on Outward Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions: Evidence from the UK, Research in International Business & Finance, 30: 202-216.
36. Nguyen, V. H.T & Boateng, A. (2013). The Impact of Involuntary Excess Reserves on Bank Lending Channels in China, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institu-tions & Money, 26: 358-377.
37. Boateng, A. & Abdulrahman, A. (2012). Micro-Small Sized Enterprises and Bank Credit: Evidence from West Africa, Journal of Emerging Markets Finance, 12 (2): 129-150.
38. Huang, W. & Boateng, A. (2012). The role of the state, ownership structure, and the per-formance of real estate firms in China, Applied Financial Economics, 23 (10): 847-859.
39. Wang, C., Hong, J., Kaforous, M. & Boateng, A. ((2012). What Drives the Internationali-zation of Chinese Firms? Testing the Explanatory Power of Three Theoretical Frameworks, International Business Review, 21: 425-438.
40. Nisar, S., Boateng, A., Wu, J & Leung, M. (2012). Understanding the Motives for SMEs Entry Choice of International Entry Mode, Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 30 (7):717-739.
41. Boateng, A., Naraidoo, R. & Uddin, M. (2011). An Analysis of the Inward Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions in the UK: A Macro-economic Perspective, Journal of Interna-tional Financial Management & Accounting, 22 (2): 91-113.
42. Uddin, M. & Boateng, A. (2011). Explaining the trends in the UK cross-border mergers & acquisitions: An analysis of macro-economic factors, International Business Review, 20 (5): 547-556.
43. Boateng, A & Bampton, R. (2010). Mergers and Acquisition Integration Process: The Role of Management Accountant, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Report 187, RES, Vol. 6, Issue 5, May, 2010.
44. Wu, J. & Boateng, A. (2010Factors Influencing the Changes in Management Accounting Practices in foreign-partnered Joint Ventures and SOEs in China, Journal of Change Man-agement, 10 (3): 315-329.
45. Nunkoo, P. & Boateng, A. (2009). Determinants of Target Capital Structure and Adjust-ment to Long Run Target: Evidence from Canadian Firms, Applied Economics Letters, 17 (10): 983-990.
46. Uddin, M. & Boateng, A. (2009). An Analysis of Short-run Performance of the UK Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions: Evidence from the Acquiring Firms), Review of Ac-counting & Finance, 8 (4): 431-453.
47. Boateng, A., Wang Q. & Yang T. (.2008) An Analysis of Strategic Motivation and Perfor-mance of Cross-border mergers and acquisitions in China, Thunderbird International Business Review, 50 (4): 259-270, July/August.
48. Wu, J., Colin Drury & A. Boateng (2007). An Analysis of the Adoption, Perceived Bene-fits, and Expected Future Emphasis of Western Management Accounting Practices in Chi-nese SOEs and JVs, The International Journal of Accounting, 42 (2): 171-185.
49. Lodorfos, G. & Boateng, A. (2006). The Role of Culture in the Mergers & Acquisitions Integration Process: Evidence from European Chemical Industry, Management Decision, 44 (10): 1405 – 1421.
50. Boateng, A. (2004). Determinants Capital Structure: Evidence from International Joint Ventures in Ghana, International Journal of Social Economics, 31 (1/2): 56 – 66.
51. Boateng, A. & Glaister, K.W. (2003). Strategic Motives for International Joint Venture Formation in Ghana, Management International Review, 43 (2): 2nd Quarter,107 - 128, 2003.
52. Akamavi, R., Mckevitt, A. & Boateng, A. (2004). Assessing the Francophone West Africa Market: An ETOP Analysis, Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 22 (4): 455 -471.
53. Boateng, A. & Glaister, K.W. (2003). Performance of International Joint Ventures: Evi-dence from West Africa, International Business Review, 11, (5): 523 - 541, 2002.
54. Boateng, A., Akamavi, R. & Henderson, R. (2002). International Joint Ventures in West Africa: Source of Funding and Barriers to Finance, International Journal of Business Studies, 10 (1): 59 - 72,
55. Boateng, A. & Glaister, K.W. (1999). Foreign Direct Investment in Ghana: Patterns of Ac-tivity, Distribution and the Role of Government Policy, Journal of Euromarketing, 8 (4): 51- 74.