Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research

  1. Adamba, C., Osei-Akoto, I., Owusu, A. Y. and Ahiadeke, C. (2014), Determinants of maternal mortality in Ghana: A Focus on neighbourhood characteristics and socio-demographic status, Ghana Social Science Journal, 11(2), 1-31.
  2. Anaman, K. A. and Agyei-Sasu, F. (2014). The economic value of the environmental capital inputs used to Produce Gross Domestic Product in Ghana, 1993 to 2012, Research in World Economy, 5(2), 74-92.
  3. Anyidoho, N.A. and Crawford, G. (2014). Leveraging global links for local advocacy: WACAM’s challenge to the power of transnational mining corporations. Canadian Journal of Development Studies.
  4. Bawakyillenuo, S., Yaro J. A. Teye, J. (2014) Exploring the autonomous adaptation strategies to climate change and climate variability in selected villages in the rural Northern Savannah Zone of Ghana.  Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability
  5. Doss, C., Summerfield, G. & Tsikata, D. (2014), Land, Gender, and Food Security, Feminist Economics, 20(1), 1-23.
  6. Dzanku, F. M., Jirström, M. & Marstorp, H. (2014). Yield Gap-Based Poverty Gaps in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa. World Development. In press.
  7. Fenny, A.P., Enemark, U., Asante, F.A. and Hansen, K. (2014).  Quality of uncomplicated malaria case Management in Ghana among Insured and Uninsured Patients. International Journal for Equity in Health, 13(63).
  8. Fosu, A. (2014). Growth, Inequality and Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: Recent Progress in a Global Context, Oxford Development Studies, published online, October 2014.
  9. Gadah M., Munro, A. and Quartey P. (2014), The rich or the poor: who gains from public education spending in Ghana? International Journal of Social Economics, 42(2).
  10. Karlan, D., Osei, R., Osei-Akoto, I. and Udry, C. (2014), Agricultural decisions after relaxing credit and risk constraints, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 129 (2), 597-652.
  11. Mahama, A. M., Anaman, K. A. and Osei-Akoto, I. (2014). Factors influencing householders’ access to improved water in low-income urban areas of Accra, Ghana, Journal of Water and Health, 12(2), 318-331.
  12. Owusu, G. (2014). Governance for Pro-Poor Urban Development: Lessons from Ghana. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography, 68(4), 260-261.
  13. Owusu, G., Amponsah, E., Codjoe, S. N. and Afutu-Kotey, R. L. (2014). How do Ghana’s landfills affect residential property values? A case study of two sites in Accra, Urban Geography. 35(8), 1140-115.
  14. Parmar, D., Williams, G., Dkhimi, F., Ndiaye, A., Asante, F. A. Arhinful, D. K., and Mladovsky, P. (2014).  Enrolment of older people in social health protection programs in West Africa –   Does social exclusion play a part? Social Science & Medicine, 119, 36-44.
  15. Quarmine, W., R. Haagsma, A. van Huis, O. Sakyi-Dawson, Obeng-Ofori D. and Asante, F. (2014). Did the Price-Related Reforms in Ghana’s Cocoa Sector Favour farmers? International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 12, (3), 248- 262.
  16. Quartey, P. and Afful-Mensah, G. (2014), Financial and Monetary Policies in Ghana: A Review of Recent Trends. Review of Development Finance, 4(2), 115-125.
  17. Steel, I. W. F., Ujoranyi, T. D. and Owusu, G. (2014), Why Evictions Do Not Deter Street Traders: Case Study in Accra, Ghana. Ghana Social Science Journal, 11(2), 50-73.
  18. Yaro, J. A. Teye, J., and Bawakyillenuo, S. (2014) ‘Local institutions and adaptive capacity to climate change/variability in the northern savannah of Ghana’. Climate and Development Journal.