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Alfred Obuobi

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University of Ghana Business School

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4th April, 2007 The Situation, Current Challenges and Future Prospects of the Informal Economy in Health By Mr Alfred Obuobi Mr. Alfred Obuobi has spent the last 23 years teaching, consulting and doing research after obtaining an MPH in health planning and economic development in 1979 at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.His fields of specialization are health service planning and management, strategic management, health economics, health care financing and health policy analysis. At present, he is a senior lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School and the School of Public Health, College of Health Sciences at the University of Ghana.He has taught undergraduate and post-graduate courses in health service management, public health planning and applications, health economics, general principles of management and administration, health service supplies, community h.ealth and human relations in organizations.In 1993, Mr. Obuobi was a member of the Committee which established the School of Public Health and is currently a member of the Executive MBA Council of the University of Ghana Business School.


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