Faculty Publications

Yarney L, Adjei E, Asamoah K, Bawole JN, Ahenkan A. (2015). Perception of Care from Primary Caregivers, External Support and Psychosocial State of AIDS Orphans in High HIV Prevalence Regions of Ghana, Austin Journal of HIV/AIDS Research 2(1): 1013.

Musah-Surugu, .J.I. and Ahenkan A. (2014). Rising to the challenge: what sort of capacity does Ghana need to adapt to climate change?, Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies & Management, (7): 780 – 789, 2014

Domfeh K. A., Ahenkan A. and Bawole, J. N. (2012) Is Sustainable Development Achievable in Ghana? An Analysis of Ghana’s Development Policy Achievements and Challenges, International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, 11(3): 304 – 317

Ahenkan, A., Tenakwah, E. S., & Bawole, J. N. (2018). Performance management implementation challenges in Ghana’s local government system: Evidence from the Sefwi Wiawso Municipal Assembly. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 67(3), 519-535.

Ahenkan A and Boon. E (2011). NTFPs Farming and Economic Empowerment of Women in Ghana, Environment, Development and Sustainability (13)16:863-878

Ahenkan. A., and Aduo-Adjei, K. (2017). Predictors of Patient Satisfaction With Quality of Healthcare in University Hospitals in Ghana, Hosp Pract Res, 2(1):9-14

Ahenkan, A., Aboagye, A.A. and Boon, E.K. (2019). Corporate environmentalism: an assessment of sustainability reporting among firms in Ghana’, Int. J. Environmental Technology and Management, in Press.

Ahenkan, A. and Osei-Kojo, A. (2014). Achieving sustainable development in Africa: Progress, challenges and prospects, International Journal of Development and Sustainability, Vol. 3 No. 1, pp. 162-176.

Anita A Daniels, Ahenkan A, Poku, K.A (2013). Factors Influencing the Utilisation of Maternal Health Services: The Perspective of Rural Women in Ghana Journal of Public Administration and Governance, 2013, Vol. 3, No. 2

Musah-Surugu, I. J., Ahenkan, A & Bawole, N.J. (2018). Too weak to lead: Motivation, Agenda Setting and Constraints of Local Government to implement Decentralized Climate Change Adaptation Policy in Ghana: Environment, Development and Sustainability Journal. 1-21

Ahenkan A, and Boon. E (2011). Improving Nutrition and Health through Non-Timber Forest Products in Ghana, Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 29 (2):141- 148

Mensah, J.K., Bawole, N.J., & Ahenkan.A. (2017). Local economic development in Ghana: From the ‘lost decades’ to a policy ‘maturing’ stage, Development Southern Africa, DOI: 10.1080/0376835X.2017.1310032

Ahenkan, A. (2019). Mainstreaming Public Private Partnership (PPP) in National Development: How Ready is Ghana? Business Strategy and Development. Doi: 10.1002bsd2.56

Ahenkan, A., Afari, M. B., & Buabeng, T. (2018). Ethical Dilemma of Health Professionals in Ghana: Experiences of Doctors and Nurses at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. African Journal of Management Research, 25, 29-44.

Yadav U, Ahenkan A. Boon E, Ram, Krishna K Shrestha, Sangeeta R. (2010). Non-timber Forest Products in Bardiya District of Nepal: Indigenous Use, Trade and Conservation, Journal of Human Ecology, 30(3): 143-158

Ahenkan, A. and Owusu Mark. F (2014). The Impact of Decentralization on Health Services Delivery in Ghana: A case of Ga West Municipality. In Health Services Management: Readings from Ghana. Business Series Vol 3., University of Ghana Readers, Tema: Digibooks Ghana Ltd

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.

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