Professor Joe\r\nAmoako-Tuffour is a Professor of Economics with Public Policy experience and\r\ninterest in Natural Resource Economics, Monetary Economics and Public Finance.\r\nHe holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Alberta Canada and an M.A.\r\nand B.A. in Economics from Simon Fraser University, Canada.
\r\nProfessor Amoako-Tuffour was the Director of Research at the\r\nAfrican Center for Economic Transformation (2015-2017). He worked as a\r\nTax Policy Advisor at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, a member\r\nof the Revenue Management Technical Team and Chaired the Oil and Gas Fiscal\r\nRegime and Fund Types Technical Team (2009-2011). He was also a member of a\r\nthree-person External Technical Team charged by the World Bank in 2008 to\r\nreview the continuing relevance and future of the Strategic Partnership with\r\nAfrica (SPA). Professor Amoako-Tuffour served as a visiting Scholar (2006-2007)\r\nto the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning and worked on Tax Exemptions\r\nRegime in Ghana and Taxation of the Mining Sector in Ghana.
\r\nProfessor Joe Amoako-Tuffour has authored and co-authored\r\nextensive publications and research articles in Economics from 1988 to date\r\nincluding the ‘Ghana Mineral Policy’ (2017), an invited contribution to\r\nEncyclopedia of Mineral and Energy Policy, and ‘Ghana’s Petroleum Revenue\r\nManagement Law: A Social Contract for Good Economic Governance and Possible\r\nChallenges’ (2013) among others.
\r\nHe is currently the Secretary/Member of the Ghana\r\nEconomic Management Team.