Senyo Adjibolosoo, Ph.D.

Senyo Adjibolosoo, Ph.D.

  • Professor of Economics
  • Phone: +1(619) 849-2310

Education

  • Ph.D., Simon Fraser University
  • Ed.S., Point Loma Nazarene University
  • M.A., York University
  • B.A., University of Ghana
  • Certificate A, Ada Teacher Training College

Background

Dr. Senyo Adjibolosoo founded the Human Factor Leadership Academy (HFLA) in 2000 and established it in the 2009-2010 academic year.  He also founded and has directed the International Institute for Human Factor Development (IIHFD) since 1992.  The IIHFD is an international development research organization.  Its mandate is to research the significance of the human factor to the development process of nations.

Research

Dr. Senyo Adjibolosoo leads consulting and research projects pertinent to his research specializations.  Examples of these projects include consulting with the President of All Nations University in Koforidua, Ghana, West Africa on the integration of faith and learning in the higher education setting, consulting projects for the design and implementation of human factor-related education and training programs, as well as education and training programs to prepare Ethiopian youth for entrepreneurship and self-employment.  Other activities include organizing and leading local discussion group meetings on international development.

Interests

  • The Human Factor in International Development (Theory & Applications)
  • Economic Theory & History of Economic Thought
  • Econometrics (Theory & Applications)

 Dr. Senyo Adjibolosoo organizes and leads missions teams to Africa, implementing training programs to boost the economies of distressed regions, and build programs of faith-based higher education.  In June 2006 the missions team traveled to Mettu, in the Illubabor Region of Ethiopia to help the people in the Saardo church to develop a coffee plantation which will help support the church, and eventually will provide employment to some of the church families.  About thirty hectares of coffee has been planted by 2008.  The Saardo congregation continues to harvest and market the coffee.  The proceeds are used to further progress in the church, including other church outreach programs.

Publications

2013   Spiritual Capital: Its Meaning and Essence.  Bloomington, IN: Westbow Press (May 2013). 

2012  Human Factor in Free Market Efficiency.  New Delhi, India: New Century Publications.

2010     Spiritual Intimacy: The Essence of Closeness to God. Outskirts Press (September).

2009     "A Christian Perspective on Economics." In D.E.D. Downey and S.E. Porter,
                 editors.  Christian Worldview and the Academic Desciplines: Crossing the 
                 Academy. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications.

2009     Understanding Macroeconomics (Redding, CA: Horizon Textbook Publishing
                - with Edwin G. Dolan - First Edition).

2008     Understanding Microeconomics (Redding, CA: Horizon Textbook Publishing
                 - with Edwin G. Dolan - First Edition).

2008     "Financing Asset Formation and Wealth Creation Activities in Rural Areas." 
                 Review of Human Factor Studies, 14 (1) - Fall 2008.

2007     "Ghana at Fifty Years Old: A Critical review of the Historical Genesis of Why
                Ghanaian are Where they are Today." Review of Human Factor Studies, 13 (1): 1-40.

2006     Developing Civil Society: Social Order and the Human Factor (London, U.K.: Ashgate).

2006     "Governance and International Development: The Key Quadrants of
                 Commitment to Success." Review of Human Factor Studies, 12 (1): 1-29.

2005     The Human Factor in Leadership Effectiveness.  Oklahoma City: Tate
                 Publishing (August).

2005     "The Agony of Human Factor Decay: Human Spheres Throbbing in
                 Firestorms of Corruption."  Review of Human Factor Studies, 11 (1): 1-6.

2005     "Enhancing the Quality of Human Factor to Minimize Corporate Scandals." 
                 Review of Human Factor Studies, 11 (1): 53-69.

2004     "A Re-Statement of the Human Factor Concept and General Comments." 
                 Review of Human Factor Studies, 10 (1): 7-24.

2004     "The Human Factor Engineering Process: Preparing People for the Tasks
                 and Challenges of Management."  Problems and Perspectives in Management, 2: 149-164.

2004     The International Development Program of Activities: What Are We Doing
                 Wrong? Bloomington, IN: 1st Books Library (Editor).

2004     Globalization and the Human Factor: Critical Insights.  London,
                U.K.: Ashgate (Co-Edited).

2003     "The Quest for Liberalism and Improvements to the Laissez-Faire Economic
                 System: The Significance of the Human Factor to Self-Interest."  Review of
                 Human Factor Studies, 9 (1): 54-103.

2002     "Tapping into and Benefiting from the Forces and Agents of Globalization: 
                 Creating an Integrated Vehicle for Global Participation and Gain-sharing." 
                 Review of Human Factor Studies, 8 (1): 13-33.

2001     "A Human Factor Perspective on Spousal Violence: Causes and Solutions."
                Review of Human Factor Studies, 7 (2): 87-143.

2001     "Lending a Helping Hand in Food Self-Sufficiency Through the Transfer of
                 Irrigation Practices and Intensive Land Use Culture: Case Studies of
                 Anlogah Shallot Farmers and Rice Growers of North China."  Research
                 Reports of the Faculty of Engineering Tokyo Denki University, 20: 83-92.

2001     Portraits of Human Behavior and Performance: The Human Factor in Action
                (Lanham: University Press of America, Inc.) (Editor).

2000     The Human Factor in Shaping the Course of History and Development
                 (Lanham: University Press of America, Inc.) (Editor).

2000     "Assessing the Performance Effectiveness of the Structural Adjustment
                 Program in Tanzania: A Human Factor Anatomy." Balance, Spring, 2000.