Dr. Godsway Tetteh
1. Economics of Knowledge and Innovation
5. Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Sustainability Transitions
4. Governance and institutions
Godsway Korku Tetteh is a Research Associate of the Financial Regulation Innovation Lab at the Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom. Previously, he worked as a Knowledge Exchange Associate with the Financial Technology (FinTech) Cluster at the same university. Prior to this, he was a Tutor at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance at the University of Cambridge. There he contributed to building the capacity of FinTech entrepreneurs, regulators, and policymakers from across the globe on FinTech and Regulatory Innovation. He also served as a Public Policy Tutor at the United Nations University-MERIT.
Godsway has a Ph.D. in Economics from Maastricht University (UNU-MERIT) with a specialisation in Economics of Innovation. He has a Master of Science degree in Global Economy from the University of Glasgow, UK, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography and Resource Development from the University of Ghana. His research focuses on the impacts of digital technologies and financial innovations (FinTech) on financial inclusion, welfare, and entrepreneurship in developing countries. He has previously examined the effects of local digital lending development, digital infrastructure, and mobile money in developing countries. He currently works on the Financial Regulation Innovation project that focuses on the application of technologies to drive regulatory innovations (RegTech) and efficiency in financial regulation compliance. Godsway has published in reputable journals including Small Business Economics.