Mr. Prince Anokye Aboagye

Senior Lecturer

Dept: Planning
Contact details: Office of the Director

Undergraduate Programs in Planning

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Faculty of Built Environment

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Research Areas/Interests

Urban Planning, Administration and Management, Municipal Finance, Urban Economics and Planning Law. Has research interest in areas related to Urb...~more

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    1. Mensah Darkwa, P. B. Cobbinah and P. A. Anokye (2018) Contextualizing urban resilience in Ghana: Local perspectives and experiences. Geoforum Volume 94, August 2018, Pages 12-23 
    2. Agyemang, F. S. K., E. Silva, and Anokye, P. (2017) Towards sustainable urban development: the social acceptability of high-rise buildings in a Ghanaian city. GeoJournal.
    3. Asuah A. Yaw and Anokye P. A. (2016) The Resilience of Mining Communities in Obuasi, as Anglogold Ashanti Shifts Position. Journal of Poverty, Investment and Development 22, 2016, pages 80 -90.
    4. Anokye P. A. and Abubakari Mohammed (2016) Students’ Accommodation and Security Implications: A study of some selected hostels of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi – Ghana. Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR) Vol-2, Issue 8, 2016, pages 579 -589.
    5. Anokye P. A. and R. A. Achempong (2015) “Housing for the Urban Poor: Towards Alternative Financing Strategies for Low-Income Housing Development in Ghana” International Development Planning Review.
    6. Anokye P.A and S.K Afrane (2014) Apprenticeship Training System in Ghana: Processes, Institutional Dynamics and Challenges. Journal of Education and Practice. Vol 5, No. 7, pages 130-141.
    7. Anokye P. A.; S. K. Afrane; and E. Oduro Ofori (2014) “The Informal Apprenticeship System in Ghana: Post Graduation Job Integration and its Implications for the Management of Urban Space”. Journal of Environment and Earth Science. Vol 4, No. 18, pages 84-93.
    8. Oduro-ofori E.; Anokye P. A. and Acquaye Naa Aku E. (2014) “Effects of education on the agricultural productivity of farmers in the Offinso Municipality”. International Journal of Development Research. Vol 4, No 9, pages 1951-1960.
    9. Achempong R. A. and Anokye P. A. (2013) Understanding Households’ Residential Location Choice in Kumasi’s Peri-Urban Settlements and the Implications for Sustainable Urban Growth. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences.3, No.9, pages 60- 70.
    10. Adinyira E. and Anokye P. A. (2013) Illegal appendages to residential buildings in Kumasi, Ghana – a case study of North Suntreso. Journal of Construction Project Management and Vol 3, No.1, pages 551-529.11. Anokye P.A.; Kamuzu F. S.; and Tanyeh J. (2013) The Emergence of Gated Communities in Ghana and their Implications on Urban Planning and Management. Developing Country Studies. 3, No.14, pages 40-46.
    11. Anokye P. A. (2012) Comparative Informalities: Urban Informalities the case of Akorem, Adukrom and Sawaba in Kumasi. In: Re-Cultivating the Garden City of Kumasi. Published by the Urban Design Lab at the Earth Institute, Columbia University NY. Pages 46-58. 

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