Faculty Publications

Ahenkan A and Boon E (2011). Non-timber Forest Products (NTFPs): Clearing the Confusion in Semantics, Journal of Human Ecology 33(1): 1-9

Musah-Surugu, I. J., Bawole, J. N., & Ahenkan, A. (2018). The “Third Sector” and Climate Change Adaptation Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa: Experience from Ghana. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 1-15.

Hai LT , Hai PH , Thai CL, Hugé J, Ahenkan A, Quynh LX, Hieu VV, Tung and Hens Luc (2011). Software for Sustainability Assessment: A Case Study in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam , Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 16 (6):541-550

Osei-Kojo, A. (2016). E-government and public service quality in Ghana. Journal of Public Affairs, 16, 1-6.

Osei-Kojo, A and Andrews, N. (2016). Questioning the status quo: can stakeholder participation improve implementation of small-scale mining laws in Ghana? Resources, 5. http://www.mdpi.com/2079-9276/5/4/33.

Osei-Kojo, A., Asamoah, K. and Yeboah-Assiamah, E. (2016). Implementing small-scale mining laws in Ghana: Insights from the Prestea Huni Valley District. Administratio Publica, 24(3), 235-257.

Osei-Kojo, A. (2016). First count the cost: Privatizing urban waste management services in Sub- Saharan Africa. African Journal of Public Affairs, 9(4), 130-143.

Baku, A. A. A, Kok, T. K., Rahman, A. R. & Zawawi, D. (2017). Making a case for informal participation in occupational safety and health management. International Journal of Business Administration and Management Research, 3(1), 37-40. DOI http://dx.doi.org/1024178/ijbamr.2017.3.1.37

Atinga, A. R., & Baku, A. A. (2013). Determinants of antenatal care quality in Ghana. International Journal of Social Economics, 40(10). IJSE-2011-0075.R1, www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=0306-8293

Baku, A. A., & Sakyi, E. K. (2014). Subscriber perception of health service quality under the Ketu district mutual health insurance scheme. Health Services Management: readings from Ghana, Business Series Vol. 3, University of Ghana Readers, Tema: Digibooks Ghana Ltd.

Baku, A. A. & Sakyi, E. K. (2014). In-kind Premium Payment as an Alternative to Cash Premium Payment under Health Insurance Schemes in Ghana: Views from residents of the Dangme West District. Health Services Management: readings from Ghana, Business Series Vol. 3, University of Ghana Readers, Tema: Digibooks Ghana Ltd.

Atinga, R. A., Baku, A. A. & Adongo, P. B. (2014). Drivers of prenatal care quality and uptake of supervised delivery services in Ghana. Annals of Medical Health Sciences Research, 14(3), 264-271

Baku, A. A., Damoah, O.B.O. & Korto, P. A. (2016). A strategic study of organizational commitment of public sector healthcare workforce: Evidence from Ghana. African Journal of Management Research; 24, 109- 21

Bebaako-Mensah, D. and Baku, A., A. (2012). Construction risk management in Ghana: the case of M. Barbisotti and Sons Limited. Wisconsin Journal, Vol III, March; 20-34.

Afful-Dadzie, E., and Afful-Dadzie, A. (2017). “Liberation of public data: Exploring central themes in open government data and freedom of information research”. International Journal of Information Management, 37(6), 664-672.

Afful-Dadzie, A., & Allen, T. T. (2016). Control charting methods for autocorrelated cyber vulnerability data. Quality Engineering, 28 (3), 313-328.

Allen, T. T. , Artis, S., Afful-Dadzie, A., and Allam, Y. (2013). “Case Study Application of Blended Learning for an Engineering Simulation Course.” Quality Approaches in Higher Education, Vol. 04(1).

Afful-Dadzie, A., Afful-Dadzie, E., Awudu, I., and Banuro, J. K. (2017). “Power generation capacity planning under budget constraint in developing countries.” Applied Energy, 188, 71-82.

Afful-Dadzie, E., & Afful-Dadzie, A. (2016). Assessing commercial viability of technology start-up businesses in a government venture capital under intuitionistic fuzzy Environment. International Journal of Fuzzy Systems. [Early Cite], DOI: 10.1007/s40815-016-0141-9.

Afful-Dadzie, E., Afful-Dadzie, A., and Oplatková, Z. K. (2014). “Measuring progress of the millennium development goals: A fuzzy comprehensive evaluation approach”. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 28(1), 1-15.