Lawrence Anedam Tiko
Tiko Lawrence Anedam is an Accounts Officer at the The Institute of Economic Affairs.Tiko is in charge of payroll, programmes accountability, bank reconciliations and carries out bank transactions on behalf of The Institute. He holds a Bsc degree (Banking and Finance) from the University of Professional Studies(UPS), a qualified Certificate in Ghana Securities trading issued by Security and Exchange Commission(SEC) and is an ACCA part qualifier.
Isaac has a B.A Degree in Business Administration in Accounting at M.U.C.G affiliated to the University of Ghana, Legon. He is also a holder of a certificate in D.B.S.from the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICA part2). He has had 10 years working experience as an Audit Assistant in an Audit Firm, 2 years as an Accountant and he has been working with the I.E.A for a year as an Accounts Officer. He enjoys playing soccer and reading.
Samuel Bonsra Manu
Samuel Bonsra Manu is a Research Assistant at the Economics Centre of the Institute of Economic Affairs. He assists with research on macroeconomic policy. Samuel’s previous experience includes working as an Assistant Economist with the Electricity Company of Ghana. He holds a B.A (Hons) and an MPhil in Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
Harry Kwame Buadu is an Information Technology Officer at the The Institute of Economic Affairs. His work involves ensuring that the institute's data systems and networks are secured and running efficiently. He is also responsible for the day to day management and information governance of the institute's network. Harry is a network specialist for electronic business who holds a Higher National Diploma (HND) from Kingston University, UK. Before joining the IEA, Harry worked with GIT Solutions (IT Consulting Firm), Execsys IT Consultant UK, and DSG International UK.
Evans Nelson-Dziwornu is a Research Assistant at the Institute of Economic Affairs. He assists with research at the Institute. Evans' previous experience include working as a Teaching and Research Assistant in the Economics department at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and was a Research Consultant at Ember Africa for 2 years. Evans holds a BA(Hons) and MPhil in Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
Esther Daley Matey
Esther Matey is a Programmes Officer at the Institute of Economic Affairs. Esther is responsible for organising advocacy engagements at the IEA, provoking dialogue and discussions to bring about policy reform. She holds a first degree in Sociology and History from the University of Ghana. Additionally, she holds a Master’s degree in Human Rights and Administration from the School of Law, University of Ghana.