Prof. Kwaku Dwumor Kessey

Part Time Associate Professor

Dept: Planning
Department of Planning
College of Art and Built Environment
KNUST, Kumasi

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Research Areas/Interests


    1. Financial electronic technology and innovation for Banking services delivery in Ghana: Operations of Automated Teller Machine (ATM) facility from customers’ perspective (2020)
    2. Mobile Money Market operations in the financial sector: Issues of financial inclusion, savings mobilization and investment in the local economy of Ghana (2019)
    3. Examining Poverty from Local Governance and Socio cultural value system perspective: Issues of entitlement, vulnerability, and empowerment (2019)
    4. Financial facilities and sustainable child labour programmes in Ghana (2018)
    5. Assessing Credit risk management Practices in the Banking Industry of Ghana; processes and challenges (2015)
    6. Underground Water consumption and public health risks in Metropolitan suburbs in emerging bity, Accra, Ghana (2015). With high demand for water and low supply of water to urban dwellers, an investigation was undertaken to assess the safety level of water from wells and bole holes in suburbs of Accra, Ghana.
    7. Decentralised governance from the perspective of internally generated revenue for local development ; analysis and practice.(2014)
    8. Management in Public Utility Companies in Ghana: An appraisal of Ghana Water Company Limited (2014)
    9. Micro Credit and Promotion of small and medium enterprises in the informal sector Urbanization and intensive use of space in the Central Business District, in Kumasi Metropolis. (2013) The purpose was to examine the effectiveness of approaches used by Metropolitan Assemblies to decongest cities in Ghana (2013)
    10. Small Scale Gold Mining and Environmental Degradation in Ghana: Issues of Mining Policy Implementation and Challenges (2013). The high degree of environmental degradation which is associated with Small Scale Mining activities in Ghana led to this research work, The purpose w;:as to bring to the fore the effective ways of addressing the situation in Ghana; lessons from experience (2014)
    11. Joint research with colleagues from Minnesota State University in the area of ‘Disaster Management and Risk Preparedness’ with the view to assessing Ghana’s level of preparedness to manage disasters (2010).
    12. Traditional Leadership Factor in Modern Local government system: policy implementation, role conflict and marginalization (2006)
    13. Trends in World Trade and advocacy for South – South cooperation; an appraisal(1998)

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