Joseph Kwadwo Danquah
Division: International Development
Research interests: Management Development, Developing Models for Developing Countries to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals, Impact Assessment of Development Programmes/Projects, Human and Organisational Capacity Building/Development, International Development and Human Resource Management/Development
PhD Title: IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES: THE CASE OF WORLD BANK PROJECTS, GHANA
Supervisors: Professor Farhad Analoui
1. Analoui, F. and Danquah, J. K. (2017) Critical capacity development. Palgrave – Macmillan: New York City
Selected Recent Articles:
1. Danquah, J. K., Analoui, F., and Koomson, Y. E. D. (2017) an evaluation of donor agencies policies on participatory development: the case of Ghana. Development Policy Review. (Accepted on 12th January 2016)
2. Adomako, S. Narteh, B., Danquah, J. K., and Analoui, F. (2016) Entrepreneurial orientation in dynamic environment: the moderating role of extra-organisational advice. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 22(5), pp. 616 – 642.
3. Ansah, T., Dzoagbe, G. S., Teye, G. A., Adday, S. and Danquah, J. K. (2009) Microbial qualities of table eggs sold on selected markets in the Tamale Municipality in the Northern Region. Livestock Research for Rural Development, 21(8). Available at: http://www.lrrd.cipav.org.co/lrrd21/8/ansa21128.htm
Professional Activities: Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) in the department of International Development, University of Bradford
Teaching Areas: Human and Organisation Capacity Building for Development.
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