Prof. Emmanuel Adinyira

Associate Professor


Dept: Construction Technology and Management
Department of Construction Technology and Management
(KNUST) Kumasi
Ghana

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Research Areas/Interests

Construction Education and Training Project Risk Management  Project Health, Safety, Security and Environment Management Infrastructure Procurem...~more


Publications

    BOOKS

    1. Kwofie T. E, Adinyira, E. and Botchway, E. (2012) “Critical Project Success Criteria for Public Housing Building Projects in Ghana” Published MPhil Dissertation. ISBN: 978-3-659-20002-1 Lambert Academic Publishers. Germany.
    2. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J. and Adinyira, E. (2012) “Minimizing Materials Wastage at the Construction Stage of a Project: A Lean Construction Approach” Published MPhil Dissertation. ISBN: 978-3-659-15894-0 Lambert Academic Publishers. Germany.
    3. Adinyira, E., (2010) “Sustainable Water Service Delivery: Appropriate Private Operators for Sustainable Water Service Delivery in Small Towns and Rural Communities of Ghana”. Published PhD Dissertation ISBN: 978-3-8383-5030-1. Lambert Academic Publishers. Germany.

     

    BOOK REVIEW

    1. Adinyira, E. (2012) Review of “Construction in West Africa” Edited by Laryea, S., Agyepong, S., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. Published by WABER &EPP Books Services Ltd. ISBN-978-0-9566060-3-7

     

    BOOK CHAPTER

    1. Addy M. N. and Adinyira E., (2017) “Energy Efficiency: Performance, Improvement Strategies and Future Directions” Julian E. Perez Eds Energy Policies, Politics and Prices’ Nova Science PublishersISBN: 978-1-53611-040-1

     

    MONOGRAPHS

    1. Adinyira, E. (2016) “Mortgage Financing: Rising Risks Push Informal Sector out of the Bracket” RealEstate Journal. Issue No. 0003 April-September 2016
    1. Adinyira, E. (2015) “Challenges with Building Energy Efficiency in Ghana” Ghana Institute of Construction (GIOC) Continuing Professional Development (CPD). February, 2015.
    1. Adinyira, E (2015) “Communication Tips for Team Members of Mass Housing Projects” RealEstate Journal. Issue No. 0002 April-September 2015

     

    PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL PAPERS

    1. Adinyira, E., Manu, P., Agyekum, K., Mahamadu, A.-M. and Olomolaiye, P.O. (2021) “Lessening Procurement Deviations Using Procurement Post Reviews: Evidence from Ghana” The Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction. (In-press)
    2. Adinyira, E., Adjei, E.A., Agyekum, K. and Fugar, F.D.K. (2021) “Application of Machine Learning in Predicting Construction Project Profit in Ghana Using Support Vector Regression Algorithm (SVRA). Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management (https://doi.org/10.1108/ECAM-08-2020-0618
    3. Osei-Asibey, D. , Ayarkwa, J. , Adinyira, E. , Acheampong, A. and Amoah, P. (2021) “Roles and Responsibilities of Stakeholders towards Ensuring Health and Safety at Construction Site”. Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research, 9, 90-114. doi: 10.4236/jbcpr.2021.91008.
    4. Agyekum, K., Adinyira, E. and Oppon, J.A. (2021), "Factors limiting the adoption of hemp as an alternative sustainable material for green building delivery in Ghana", International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJBPA-11-2020-0100
    5. Adabre, M.A., Chan, A.P.C., Edwards, D.J. and Adinyira, E. (2021) “Assessing Critical Risk Factors (CRFs) to Sustainable Housing: The Perspective of a sub-Saharan African Country”, Journal of Building Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jobe.2021.102385.
    6. Adade-Boateng, A.O., Fugar F.D. K. and Adinyira E. (2020), “Framework to Improve the Attitude of Construction Workers Towards Safety Helmets”. Journal of Construction in Developing Countries.  (Early View)
    7. Agyekum, K., Adinyira, E. and Amudjie, J. (2020), " Ethical Misconducts Within the Invitation to Tender and Tender Evaluation and Award Stages of Construction Contracts in Ghana”, Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology DOI 10.1108/JEDT-07-2020-0274
    8. Akunyumu, S., Fugar, F.D.K., Adinyira, E. and Danku, J.C. (2020), "A review of models for assessing readiness of construction organisations to innovate", Construction Innovation, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/CI-01-2020-0014
    9. Adinyira, E., Agyekum, K., Danku, J.C., Addison, P. and Kukah, A.S. (2020). Influence of subcontractor risk management on quality performance of building construction projects in Ghana. Journal of Construction in Developing Countries, 25(2): 1–20. https://doi.org/10.21315/jcdc2020.25.2.7.
    10. Adinyira, E., Agyekum, K., Baiden, B.K., Ebohon, O.J., and Ampratwum, G. (2020). “Regeneration of Sub-Saharan Africa’s open marketplaces: a case for Guileless stakeholder participation”. Construction Economics and Building, 20:2, 165-180. http://dx.doi. org/10.5130/AJCEB.v20i2.6601
    11. Nyagormey, J.J., Baiden, B.K., Nani, G and Adinyira, E. (2020) “Review on Criteria for Evaluating Unsolicited Public–Private Partnership PPP Proposals From 2004 To 2018”. International Journal of Construction Management.  DOI:10.1080/15623599.2020.1783596.
    12. Adinyira, E., Manu, P., Agyekum, K., Mahamadu, A.-M. and Olomolaiye, P.O. (2020), "Violent behaviour on construction sites: structural equation modelling of its impact on unsafe behaviour using partial least squares", Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol. 27 No. 10, pp. 3363-3393. https://doi.org/10.1108/ECAM-09-2019-0489
    13. Addy, M., Adinyira, E., Danku, J.C. and Dadzoe, F. (2020), "Impediments to the development of the green building market in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Ghana", Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/SASBE-12-2019-0170.
    14. Agyekum, K., Adinyira, E. and Ampratwum, G. (2020), "Factors driving the adoption of green certification of buildings in Ghana", Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp. 595-613 https://doi.org/10.1108/SASBE-02-2019-0017
    15. Ampratwum, G., Agyekum, K. and Adinyira, E., (2019), “The Need for Governmental Policies and Strategies in Green Building Certification in Ghana. Acta Technica Corvininesis-Bulletin of Engineering, 12(4).
    16. Osei-Tutu, E., Adinyira, E., Ofori, A.P., Asamoah, R. and Ankrah, S.J., (2019). Promoting Partnership with Traditional Authorities in Development Projects: A Model for Community Infrastructure Project Delivery in Ghana. Ghana Journal of Science, 60(2), pp.84-98. https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/gjs.v60i2.9
    17. Williams, J., Fugar, F. and Adinyira, E. (2019), "Assessment of health and safety culture maturity in the construction industry in developing economies: A case of Ghanaian construction industry", Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Vol. 18 No. 4, pp. 865-881. https://doi.org/10.1108/JEDT-06-2019-0151
    18. Williams J., Fugar F. and Adinyira E. (2019) “Health and Safety Improvement Amongst Ghanaian Communities as a Corporate Social Responsibility of Construction Companies”. American Journal of Construction and Building Materials. Vol. 3, No. 2, 2019, pp. 23-29.  doi: 10.11648/j.ajcbm.20190302.11 
    19. Acheamfour, V., Kissi, E., Adjei-Kumi, T. and Adinyira, E. (2019), "Review of empirical arguments on contractor pre-qualification criteria", Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Vol. 18 No. 1, pp. 70-83. https://doi.org/10.1108/JEDT-03-2019-0067
    20. Abankwa D.A., Rowlinson S., and Adinyira E. (2019) " Conceptualizing Team Adaptability and Project Complexity: A Literature Review," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 1-7, 2019
    21. Manu P., Agyekum K., Mahamadu A-M., Olomolaiye P. and Adinyira E. (2019) “Differences in Stakeholder Ability in Addressing Unethical Practices: Insights from the Surveying Profession” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice 145(4): 04019011 DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)EI.1943-5541.0000426
    22. Ampratwum G., Agyekum K., Adinyira E. and Duah, D. (2019) A framework for the implementation of green certification of buildings in Ghana, International Journal of Construction Management, DOI: 10.1080/15623599.2019.1613207
    23. Agyekum, K., Adinyira, E., Baiden, B., Ampratwum, G. and Duah, D. (2019), "Barriers to the adoption of green certification of buildings", Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/JEDT-01-2019-0028
    24. Dok Yen D. M., Adinyira E., and Dauda A. M. (2018) “Establishing the Critical Barriers to Academia Industry Collaboration in Building Construction Research in Ghana” International Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 2018 7(5), pp. 178-184 10.5923/j.ijcem.20180705.02
    25. Dok Yen D. M., Adinyira E., and Dauda A. M. (2018) “Determinants of Effective Academia- Industry
    26. Collaboration in Building Construction Research in Ghana” International Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 7(3): 113-123 DOI: 10.5923/j.ijcem.20180703.03
    27. Dok Yen, D. M., Nana Tabi, K., and Adinyira, E. (2018). “Assessing the Adequacy of Welfare Facilities on Construction Sites in Ghana” Journal of Civil Engineering Research 2018, 8(3): 70-75
    28. DOI: 10.5923/j.jce.20180803.03
    29. Dok Yen, D. M., Nana Tabi, K., and Adinyira, E. (2018) “Assessment on The Level of Worker Satisfaction on Welfare Provisions on Construction Sites in Ghana” Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 5(6) 261-268. DoI:10.14738/assrj.56.4736.
    30. Adjei, E.A., Fugar, F.D.K., Adinyira, E., Edwards, D.J. and Parn, E.A. (2018) “Exploring the Significant Cash Flow Factors Influencing Building Projects Profitability in Ghana” International Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 2018, 7(1): 35-46 DOI: 10.5923/j.ijcem.20180701.04
    31. Addy, M.N., Adinyira, E. and Ayarkwa, J. (2018) "Antecedents of building information modelling adoption among quantity surveyors in Ghana: An application of a technology acceptance model", Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Vol. 16 Issue: 2, pp.313-326, https://doi.org/10.1108/JEDT-06-2017-0056
    32. Kwofie, T.E., Adinyira, E. and Fugar, F. (2017) "Theoretical and practical implications for engendering project team communication effectiveness in mass housing project delivery in Ghana", Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Vol. 15 Issue: 6, pp.826-844, https://doi.org/10.1108/JEDT-09-2016-0064
    33. Addy, M.N., Adinyira, E. and Ayarkwa, J. (2017) “Identifying and weighting indicators of building energy efficiency assessment in Ghana” Energy Procedia 134 (2017) 161–170 DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2017.09.554
    34. Adinyira, E., Kwofie T.E and Ahiaga-Dagbui, D.D. (2017) “Challenges Associated with Communication Medium among Project Teams on Mass Housing Project delivery in Ghana” Journal of Built Environment, Vol. 1 Issue 1 pp130-156.
    35. Kpamma, Z. E., Adjei-Kumi, T., Ayarkwa, J. and Adinyira, E. (2017) "Participatory design, wicked problems, choosing by advantages", Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol. 24 Issue: 2, pp.289-307, DOI: 10.1108/ECAM-06-2015-0085
    36. Addy, M.N., Adinyira, E. and Ayarkwa, J. (2017) “Developing a Building Energy Efficiency Assessment Tool for Office Buildings in Ghana: Delphic Consultation Approach” Energy Procedia 111 (2017) 629 – 638 DOI 10.1016/j.egypro.2017.03.225
    37. Adinyira, E., Quarcoo, F. and Kwofie, T. E. (2017) “Stakeholder Requirements for Building Energy Efficiency in Mass Housing Delivery: The House of Quality Approach”. Environment, Development and Sustainability DOI: 10.1007/s10668-017-9930-z.
    38. Kwofie, T. E., Adinyira, E. and Fugar, F (2016) “Modelling the effect of housing design unit contract packaging on mass housing project team communication performance”. Journal of Construction in Developing Countries, 21(1): 35–50. doi: 10.21315/jcdc2016.21.1.3
    39. Kwofie, E., Adinyira. E., and Fugar, F., (2015) “An Empirical Assessment of Ineffective Communication Inherent in The Attributes of Mass Housing Projects”, Journal of Construction Project Management and Innovation Vol. 5 (2): 1176-1195, 2015 ISSN 2223-7852
    40. Kwofie, E., Adinyira. E., and Fugar, F., (2015) “Nature of Communication Ineffectiveness Inherent in the Procurement Systems on Mass Housing Projects”, Journal of Construction Engineering Volume 2015 (2015), Article ID 914520, 15 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/914520
    41. Kwofie, E., Fugar, F., and Adinyira. E., (2015) “Contribution of multiple construction site management features to project team communication effectiveness: the case of mass housing projects” Engineering Project Organization Journal, DOI:10.1080/21573727.2015.1102132
    42. Kpamma, Z. E., Adjei-Kumi, T., Ayarkwa, J. and Adinyira, E., (2015): An exploration of the choosing by advantages decision system as a user engagement tool in participatory design, Architectural Engineering and Design Management, DOI: 10.1080/17452007.2015.1095710
    43. T. E. Kwofie, E. Adinyira, and E. Botchway (2015) “Identification of the critical project management competencies of architects in the Ghanaian construction industry” International Journal of Construction Management DOI: 10.1080/15623599.2015.1067347
    44. Kpamma, Z., Adinyira, E., Ayarkwa, J., and Adjei-Kumi, T. (2015). "Application of the CBA Decision System to Manage User Preferences in the Design Process." Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, 10.1061/(ASCE)EI.1943-5541.0000258, 05015004
    45. Adinyira, E.   and Dafeamekpor, C. A. (2015) “Clients’ Perception of Architects Performance on Building Projects in Ghana” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice. Vol. 141 (3) 04014009-1 to 04014009-8.
    46. Adinyira, E., and Abukari, Y. (2015) “Why the Public Procurement Act of Ghana ACT 663 Poses Intense Challenges to the Road Sector” Journal of Building and Road Research, Vol. 15.
    47. Offei–Nyako, K., Osei-Tutu, E., Fugar, F. D. K and Adinyira, E (2014) “Skilled Artisanal Availability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry” Covenant Journal of Research in the Built Environment (CJRBE) 1, No. 1 (Maiden Edition), Jan. 2014.
    48. Adinyira, E., Ayarkwa, J And Aidoo, I (2014)  “Knowledge and Usage of the Seven Basic Quality Control Tools by Producers of Precast Concrete Products in Ghana”, Journal of Construction Project
    49. Management and Innovation Vol. 4 (2): 966-975
    50. Kwofie, T. E., Fugar, F., Adinyira, E. and Ahadzie, D. (2014) “Identification and Classification of the Unique Features of Mass Housing Projects” Journal of Construction Engineering, vol. 2014, Article ID 927652, 11 pages, 2014. doi:10.1155/2014/927652
    51. Addy, M.N., Adinyira, E. and Koranteng, C. (2014),"Architect’s perception on the challenges of building energy efficiency in Ghana", Structural Survey, Vol. 32 Iss 5 pp. -365- 376.
    52. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J. and Adinyira, E. (2014) “A holistic survey of dampness in a three-bedroom residential bungalow in Kumasi, Ghana” Case Studies in Construction Materials 1 (2014) 125–13.
    53. Douh, S., Adjei-Kumi, T., Adinyira, E. and Baiden, B.K. (2014) “Criteria and Measurable Indicators for Assessing the Performance of Public Works Contract Award Process in Chad” International Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2014, pp. 57-64.
    54. Simons, B., Koranteng, C and Adinyira, E.  (2014) “Indoor Thermal Environment: Occupants Responsiveness in 4 Multi-Storey Office Buildings in Accra, Ghana.”. Journal of Environment and Earth Science Vol.4 (4): 122-130.
    55. Simons, B., Koranteng, C and Adinyira, E.  (2014) “Assessing Ghanaian Workplace Performance in Multi-Storey Office Buildings”. Developing Country Studies Vol.4(4): 140-155
    56. Simons, B., Koranteng, C., Adinyira, E. and Ayarkwa, J.  (2014) “An Assessment of Thermal Comfort in Multi Storey Office Buildings in Ghana” Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research, Vol 2, pp30-38.
    57. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J., Koranteng, C. and Adinyira, E. (2013) “An Overview of Damp Remediation Measures Practiced by Building Occupants in Ghana” Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal and Valuation Vol. 2, No. 4 pp 347-359.
    58. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J., Koranteng, C. and Adinyira, E. (2013) “Level of Knowledge of Building Occupants on Dampness in Walls of Residential Buildings in Ghana” Modern Management Science & Engineering Vol. 1, No. 2 ISSN 2052-2576
    59. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J., Koranteng, C. and Adinyira, E. (2013) “An Overview of the Symptoms Associated with Dampness in Walls of Residential Buildings in Major Towns in Ghana” Civil and Environmental Research Vol.3, No.9
    60. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J., Koranteng, C. and Adinyira, E. (2013) “Preliminary Assessment of Dampness in Walls of Residential Buildings in Four Climatic Zones in Ghana” Journal of Sustainable Development; Vol. 6, No. 9 pp51-61.
    61. Adinyira, E and Anokye, P (2013) “Illegal Appendages to Residential Buildings in Kumasi, Ghana – A Case Study of North Suntreso” Journal of Construction Project Management and Innovation Vol. 3 (1): 511-529, ISSN 2223-7852
    62. Fugar, F.D.K., Ashiboe-Mensah, N.A and Adinyira, E (2013) “Human Capital Theory: Implications for the Ghanaian Construction Industry Development” Journal of Construction Project Management and Innovation Vol. 3 (1): 464-479, ISSN 2223-7852
    63. J. Ayarkwa, K. Agyekum, E. Adinyira, and D.Osei-Asibey (2012) Barriers to Successful Implementation of Lean Construction in the Ghanaian Building Industry”. Journal of Construction. South Africa Vol 5 No.1 pp3-11.
    64. Ayarkwa, K. Agyekum, E. Adinyira, and D.Osei-Asibey (2012) Perspectives for the implementation of Lean Construction in the Ghanaian Construction Industry” Journal of Construction Project Management and Innovation Vol. 2 (2): 345-359, 2012 ISSN 2223-7852
    65. Adinyira, E. Botchway and T. E. Kwofie (2012) “Determining Critical Project Success Criteria for Public Housing Building Projects (PHBPs) in Ghana” Engineering Management Research. Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 122-132.
    66. J Ayarkwa, K Agyekum and E Adinyira (2012) “Consultant’s Perspectives on Material Waste Reduction in Ghana” Engineering Management Research. Vol, 1 No.1, pp 138-150.
    67. J Ayarkwa, K Agyekum and E Adinyira (2012) “Perceptions of Undergraduate Construction Students on Industrial Training in Ghana” Journal of Science and Technology. Vol 32, No 1, pp 68.
    68. J Ayarkwa, K Agyekum and E Adinyira (2011) “Exploring waste minimization measures in the Ghanaian construction industry” Built Environment Journal. Malaysia Vol 8, No 2, 22-30. ISSN 1675-5022.
    69. Ayarkwa, J., Adinyira, E., and Osei-Asibey, D (2011)” Industrial Training of Construction Students: Perceptions of Training Organizations in Ghana” Education + Training, Vol. 54 Iss: 2/3, pp.234 – 249.
    70. Adinyira, E., Fugar F.D.K and Osei-Asibey, D (2011) “Challenges to Construction Research Collaboration in Ghana” Journal of Construction. South Africa Vol 4 No. 2 pp26-31.
    71. Ayarkwa, J., Ayirebi-Dansoh, Adinyira, E and Amoah P. (2011) “Performance of Building Technology   Graduates in the Construction Industry in Ghana” Education + Training. Vol 53. Iss 6. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
    72. Adinyira, E and Ayarkwa. J. (2010) “Potential Critical Challenges to Internationalization by Ghanaian Contractors”. The Ghana Surveyor, Vol. 3 (1) 2010 pp 59-70.
    73. Ayarkwa, J., Danso, A.K. and Adinyira, E. (2010) “Incidence of domestic fire outbreaks in Ghana: causes and prevention”. The Ghana Surveyor, Vol. 3 (1) 2010 pp7-20.
    74. Adinyira, E., Sohail, M., Oteng-Seifah, S and Adjei-Kumi, T. (2010) “Private Sector Driven Supply Chains in Ghana’s Rural Water Sector” Water Policy, 12 (2010) 416 - 424. IWA Publishing 2010.
    75. Owusu-Manu, D., Adinyira, E., Badu, E. (2010), “Rethinking Construction Project Management Curriculum Reforms: Integration with a Broader Discipline at the Undergraduate Level”, International Journal of Construction Project Management, Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp 135-156, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA
    76. Fugar, F.D.K and Adinyira, E (2009) “Quantity Surveying Education in Africa: The Role of Stakeholders in Sustaining Professionalism” [online]. The Building Economist; Issue Sept 2009; 25-30. ISSN: 0007-3431.

     

    CONFERENCE PAPERS

    1. Ansah, N.B., Adinyira, E., Agyekum, K. and Aidoo, I. (2020) “Bibliometric Study on Particle Emissions of Natural and Alternative Building Materials” SEEDS International Conference 2020 (Sustainable Ecological Design for Society) Leeds Beckett University, Technical University Dublin, University of Central England, University of Suffolk. Pp 53.
    2. Aidoo, I., Fugar, F., Adinyira,E. and Ansah, N.B. (2020) “ Understanding the Concept of Resilience in Construction Safety Management Systems”  SEEDS International Conference 2020 (Sustainable Ecological Design for Society) Leeds Beckett University, Technical University Dublin, University of Central England, University of Suffolk. Pp 27.
    3. Adjei, E.A., Fugar, F.D.K., Adinyira, E. (2019) “Establishing the Cost Contribution of Significant Cash Flow Factors Impacting on Building Projects’ Profitability” Marshall-Ponting, A, Ji, Y , Keraminiyage, KP , Lee, A , Poppelreuter, T , Swan, W, Udeaja, CE  and van Dijk, H, (eds.) 2019, Conference proceedings of the 14th International Postgraduate Research Conference 2019 : contemporary and future directions in the Built Environment , University of Salford, Salford. Pp 25- 37 ISBN: 9781912337309
    4. Adjei, E.A., Fugar, F.D.K., Adinyira, E. (2019) “A Review of Appropriate Tool to Predict Profitability of Building Projects Using Established Significant Cash Flow Factors” Marshall-Ponting, A, Ji, Y , Keraminiyage, KP , Lee, A , Poppelreuter, T , Swan, W, Udeaja, CE  and van Dijk, H, (eds.) 2019, Conference proceedings of the 14th International Postgraduate Research Conference 2019 : contemporary and future directions in the Built Environment , University of Salford, Salford. Pp 38 – 48.  ISBN: 9781912337309
    5. Adinyira, E., Ghansah, F. A. and Danku, J. C. (2019) “Assessing the Challenges with Safety Monitoring Practices of Operatives on Construction Site in Ghana” In Proceedings of the 24th International Symposium on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate (CRIOCM) Chongqing November 29 - December 2,  2019. Pp185
    6. Adinyira, E., Ghansah, F.A and Addai, F. (2019) “ Exploring Safety Monitoring Practices on Construction Sites in Ghana” In Ivica Završki, Anita Ceri?, Mladen Vukomanovi?, Martina Huemann, Ding Ronggui (Eds) Proceedings of  The 14th International Conference on   Organization, Technology   and   Management in Construction 2019 and 7th  IPMA  Research  Conference Zagreb, September 04 - 07, 2019 Zagreb, Croatia ISBN 978-953-7686-08-6
    7. Adinyira, E., Manu, P., Mahamadu, A-M., Olomolaiye, P. and Agyekum, K. (2018) “Curbing Unethical Practices Associated with Preferential Allocation of Construction Contracts in Ghana: Survey Professionals’ Perception of Who Should Lead the Way? In Ofori G. and Egbu C. (Eds) Proceeding of the International Conference on Professionalism and Ethics in Construction CIB TG 95 Conference. London South Bank University UK 21-22 November 2018. DOI 10.18744/CONF.2018009 
    8. Justice, W., Adinyira, E. and Fugar, F. (2018) “Health and Safety Improvement Amongst Ghanaian Communities as A Corporate Social Responsibility of Construction Companies” In Saurin, T. A., Costa, D. B., Behm, M and Emuze, F (Eds) Proceedings of the Joint CIB W099 and TG59 International Safety, Health, and People in Construction Conference Coping with the Complexity of Safety, Health, and Wellbeing in Construction Salvador, Brazil, August 1st - 3rd 2018 ISBN: 978-85-67169-11-8
    9. Adade-Boateng, A. O., Fugar, F. and Adinyira, E. (2018). “Investigating Physiological Strain as A Result of Safety Helmet Use and Exposure to Ambient Heat on Construction Sites” In Saurin, T. A., Costa, D. B., Behm, M and Emuze, F (Eds) Proceedings of the Joint CIB W099 and TG59 International Safety, Health, and People in Construction Conference Coping with the Complexity of Safety, Health, and Wellbeing in Construction Salvador, Brazil, August 1st - 3rd 2018 ISBN: 978-85-67169-11-8
    10. Adade-Boateng, A. O., Fugar, F. D. K. and Adinyira, E. (2018). “Selection Considerations for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Used In The Construction Industry” In Saurin, T. A., Costa, D. B., Behm, M and Emuze, F (Eds) Proceedings of the Joint CIB W099 and TG59 International Safety, Health, and People in Construction Conference Coping with the Complexity of Safety, Health, and Wellbeing in Construction Salvador, Brazil, August 1st - 3rd 2018 ISBN: 978-85-67169-11-8
    11. Adinyira E., Akunyumu S., Ahiaga-Dagbui D., Fugar F. D. K and Addy M. N. (2018) “A Case for the Development of Risk Allocation Framework for International Construction Joint Ventures (ICJVS) in Ghana” In Obuks, E (Eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Lagos State Polytechnic, Lagos, Nigeria
    12. Addy M. N., Adinyira E. and Essegbey A. E. (2018) “An Exploratory Study of Procurement Operations in Facility Management Firms in Developing Countries – A Ghanaian Survey” In Obuks, E (Eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Lagos State Polytechnic, Lagos, Nigeria
    13. Adinyira E., Boadu V. And Baiden-Amissah A. (2018) “Productivity Measurement Techniques Adopted by Construction Firms in Ghana” In Obuks, E (Eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Lagos State Polytechnic, Lagos, Nigeria
    14. Justice, W., Fugar, F.D.K. and Adinyira, E. (2018) “A Conceptual Framework of Knowledge Transfer from the Construction Companies to the Host Community” Emuze, F (Eds) Proceedings of 10th cidb Postgraduate Conference. Pp 75-89.  25-27 February 2018, Port Elizabeth, South Africa ISBN: 978-1-920508-83-8
    15. Adinyira, E., Obeng Duah, M. and Odame, A (2017) “Contribution of Stress to Construction Site Accidents, Dangerous Occurrences and Near Misses” Emuze, F and Behm, M. (Eds) Proceedings of the Joint CIB W099 and TG59 International Safety, Health, and People in Construction Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, 11-13 June 2017. ISBN: 978-1-920508-78-4
    16. De Wal, E., Adinyira, E. & Hasselt, H (2017) “Building A Resilient Market Place in Africa: A case for Stakeholder Participation” In Ayarkwa et al., (Eds) Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi, Ghana (GIOC endorsed). ISSN 2026-6650
    17. Addy, M. N., Adinyira, E. & Ayarkwa, J. (2017) “Antecedents of Building information modelling adoption among Quantity Surveyors in Ghana: An application of a technology acceptance model” In Ayarkwa et al., (Eds) Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi, Ghana (GIOC endorsed). ISSN 2026-6650
    18. Adade-Boateng, A.O., Fugar F.D. K. & Adinyira E. (2016), “Factors That Affect the Use of Personal Protective Equipment on Ghanaian Construction Sites" Proceedings of ARCOM Doctoral Workshop, pp 102- 112. 27th – 28th July, 2016 Ashesi University College, Accra Ghana.
    19. Mensah I, Nani G, Adjei -Kumi & Adinyira E. (2016), “Modelling Construction Duration: A comprehensive review of literature" Proceedings of ARCOM Doctoral Workshop, pp 6-25. 27th – 28th July, 2016 Ashesi University College, Accra Ghana.
    20. Kwofie, T. E.,  Fugar, F., Adinyira, E. and Ahadzie, D. (2016) “Communication Ineffectiveness Inherent in Mass Housing Project Features: Implications for Engendering Communication Effectiveness” In Thwala W.D. and Aigbavboa C.O (Eds) Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa. Africa (CIOB endorsed) Pp 129-140. ISBN: 978-0-86970-795-1
    21. Adinyira, E. and Abankwa, D. (2015) “Post Occupancy Evaluation of Newly Constructed Hostels at KNUST”  Ampadu S.I.K and Adom-Asamoah M. (Eds)  Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Applied Science and Technology, Kumasi Polytechnic Kumasi Ghana. Pp 134-146. 28th – 30th October, 2015.
    22. Quarcoo, F. and Adinyira, E. (2015) “Energy Efficiency Consideration in the Housing Industry in Ghana” Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Applied Science and Technology, Kumasi Polytechnic Kumasi Ghana. 28th – 30th October, 2015.
    23. Donkoh, D., Adinyira, E., and Aboagye-Nimo, E. (2015) “An exploratory study into promoting construction health and safety in Ghana through public works procurement” In Behm, M and McAleenan, C (Eds) Proceedings of CIB W099 Benefitting Workers and Society through Inherently Safe(r) Construction Belfast, Northern Ireland, 10-11 September 2015. Pp 289-297.
    24. Douh, S., Adinyira, E and Adjei-Kumi, T. (2015) ‘Framework for assessing the effectiveness of competitive tendering process for works procurement at pre-contract stage in Chad Republic’ In: Laryea, S. and Leiringer R. (Eds) Procs 6th West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, 10-12 August 2015, Accra, Ghana, 571-588.
    25. Adinyira, E., and Abankwa, D. (2015) “Post Occupancy Evaluation of Newly Built Lecture Theaters and Office Buildings at KNUST” Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Engineering, Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship (ESTE 2015), Kumasi, Ghana 6th-7th August, 2015.
    26. Kwofie, T. E.,  Fugar, F., Adinyira, E. and Ahadzie, D. (2015) “Identifying Knowledge Gaps In Construction Project Team Communication Performance Measurement”  Proceedings of RICS COBRA AUBEA 2015 Sydney, Australia 8 – 10 July 2015 . ISBN: 978-1-78321-071-8
    27. Adjei, E.A., Fugar, F.D.K. and Adinyira, E. (2015) “Motivational Factors Employed in the Ghanaian Construction Industry” Proceedings of the 12th International Postgraduate Research conference in the Built and Human Environment. Salford, Manchester. UK. Pp 744-756.
    28. Adinyira, E., and Abankwa, D. (2015) “Construction Management Training in Ghana: Adequacy of Syllabus” In Badu et al., (Eds) Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi, Ghana (GIOC endorsed). Pp 227-241. ISSN 2026-6650
    29. Ayarkwa, J., Adinyira, E., Koranteng C. and Addy, M. N. (2015)Conceptual Framework of a Tool Development for Energy Efficiency Assessment of Buildings in Developing Countries: Case of Ghana” In Badu et al., (Eds) Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi, Ghana (GIOC endorsed) . Pp 67-86. ISSN 2026-6650
    30. Adinyira, E., and Quarcoo, F. (2015) “Energy Efficiency and Appliance Replacement: A case Study of Two Cities in Ghana” In Badu et al., (Eds) Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi, Ghana (GIOC endorsed). Pp 680-692. ISSN 2026-6650
    31. Kpamma, Z. E., Adjei-Kumi, T., Ayarkwa, J. and Adinyira, E. (2015) “Development of a User-Involvement Framework for Design Process: An Exploration of the Design Science Research Paradigm” In Badu et al., (Eds) Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi, Ghana (GIOC endorsed). Pp 143-155. ISSN 2026-6650
    32. Adinyira, E., Kwofie T.E and Ahiaga-Dagbui, D.D. (2015) “Challenges Associated with Communication Medium among Project Teams on Mass Housing Project delivery in Ghana” In Badu et al., (Eds) Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi, Ghana (GIOC endorsed). Pp 394-411. ISSN 2026-6650
    33. Kwofie, T. E., Fugar, F., Adinyira, E. and Ahadzie, D. (2015) “Design of Research Instrument for Evaluating the Contribution of Mass Housing Unique Features on Project Team Communication Performance” In Badu et al., (Eds) Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi, Ghana (GIOC endorsed). Pp 624-640. ISSN 2026-6650
    34. Adinyira, E., Addy, M.N. &   Koranteng, C.  (2014) “A Conceptual Framework for Assessing the Energy Efficiency of Buildings in African Countries” Proceeding of the Decades of Infrastructure Investment conference, 25th – 26th September, 2014, Livingstone Zambia.
    35. Adinyira, E., Quarcoo, F., & Addy, M.N. (2014) “Historical overview of building energy efficiency in Ghana” Proceeding of the Decades of Infrastructure Investment conference, 25th – 26th September, 2014, Livingstone Zambia.
    36. Kpamma, Z. E., Adjei-Kumi, T., Ayarkwa, J. and Adinyira, E. (2014)Creating, Sustaining and Optimising the Collaborative Realm for Participatory Design” Proceedings IGLC-22, June 2014 Oslo, Norway. Pp 475-485.
    37. Kpamma, Z. E., Adjei-Kumi, T., Ayarkwa, J. and Adinyira, E. (2014) “Enhancing User-Involvement through a Multi-Criteria Decision Aid: A Lean Design Research Agenda” Proceedings IGLC-22, June 2014 Oslo, Norway. Pp 487- 496.
    38. Maalinyuur, A., Gyadu-Asiedu, W. and Adinyira, E. (2014) “A Study into Pre-Design Construction Project Cost Prediction in Ghana” Proceeding of the 7th Annual International Applied Research Conference, Abba Bentil Andam Theatre, Koforidua Polytechnic, Koforidua, Ghana. ISBN: 978-9988-2-0126-5.
    39. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J., and Adinyira, E. (2014) “A Case Study of Dampness In a Three Bedroom Residential Building at Deduako, Kumasi” In Ejohwomu, O and Oshodi, O (Eds) Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa,17-19 March, 2014 Abeokuta, Nigeria (CIOB endorsed) Pp 398-412. ISBN: 978-978-938-173-9
    40. Douh, S., Adiniyira, E. and Adjei-Kumi, T.  (2014) “A Conceptual Framework for Assessing the Effectiveness of Public Works Procurement Process at Pre-Contract Stage in Chad Republic” In Ejohwomu, O and Oshodi, O (Eds) Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa,17-19 March, 2014 Abeokuta, Nigeria (CIOB endorsed) Pp 385-397. ISBN: 978-978-938-173-9
    41. Addy M. N., Adinyira, E and Koranteng, C. (2014)Architect’s Perception on the Challenges of Building Energy Efficiency in Ghana” In Ejohwomu, O and Oshodi, O (Eds) Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa,17-19 March, 2014 Abeokuta, Nigeria (CIOB endorsed) Pp 150-160. ISBN: 978-978-938-173-9
    42. Kwofie, T. E., Fugar, F., Adinyira, E. and Ahadzie, D. (2014) “A Conceptual Framework for Evaluating Communication Performance Among Mass Housing Project Team” In Ejohwomu, O and Oshodi, O (Eds) Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa,17-19 March, 2014 Abeokuta, Nigeria (CIOB endorsed) Pp 53-68. ISBN: 978-978-938-173-9
    43. Addy M. N., Adinyira, E and Koranteng, C. (2014) “A review of research methodologies in building energy efficiency assessment” In: Laryea, S. and Ibem, E. (Eds) Proceedings 8th Construction Industry Development Board (cidb) Postgraduate Conference, 10-11 February 2014, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 85-100.
    44. Adinyira, E., Ahadzie, D.  and Kwofie, T. E.  (2013) “Classifying the Unique Features of Mass Housing Projects” In: Tak Wing Yiu and Vicente Gonzalez (Eds) Proceedings 38th AUBEA International Conference 20-22nd November 2013 Auckland, New Zealand.
    45. Adinyira, E., Ahadzie, D. and Kwofie, T. E.  (2013) “Determining the unique features of mass housing projects (MHPs)” In: Laryea, S. and Agyepong, S. (Eds) Procs 5th West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, 12-14 August 2013, Accra, Ghana, 381-389. 381 ISBN 978-0-9566060-6-8
    46. Douh, S., Badu, E., Adjei-Kumi, T. and Adiniyira, E. (2013) “An appraisal of challenges facing competitive tendering implementation in public works procurement in chad republic”. In: Laryea, S. and Agyepong, S. (Eds) Procs 5th West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, 12-14 August 2013, Accra, Ghana, Pp 123-133. ISBN 978-0-9566060-6-8
    47. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J., Koranteng, C. and Adinyira, E. (2013) “Level of Knowledge of Building Occupants on Dampness in Walls of Residential Buildings in Ghana”. In: Nkum, R.K., Nani, G., Atepor, L., Oppong, R.A., Awere, E. and Bamfo-Agyei, E. (Eds) Procs 2nd Applied Research Conference in Africa. (ARCA) Conference, 8-10 August 2013, Kumasi, Ghana. Pp 389-399 ISBN 978-9988-1-7051-6
    48. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J., Koranteng, C. and Adinyira, E. (2013) “Assessment of Dampness in Walls of Residential Buildings in Four Climatic Zones in Ghana”. In: Nkum, R.K., Nani, G., Atepor, L. Oppong, R.A. Awere, E.and Bamfo-Agyei, E. (Eds) Procs 2nd Applied Research Conference in Africa. (ARCA) Conference, 8- 10 August 2013, Kumasi, Ghana. Pp 194-205 ISBN 978-9988-1-7051-6
    49. Agyekum, K., Ayarkwa, J., Koranteng, C. and Adinyira, E. (2013) “Level of practice and effectiveness of damp remediation measures in walls of residential buildings in Ghana” In Appiah, E (ed) Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Design, Development & Research Kumasi –Ghana. Pp 297 – 311. ISBN: 978-9988-1-8513-8
    50. Adinyira, E and Anokye, P (2013) “Illegal Appendages to Residential Buildings in Kumasi, Ghana – A Case Study of North Suntreso” In Thwala W.D. and Aigbavboa C.O (Eds) Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa (CIOB endorsed). Pp 176-184. ISBN: 978-0-620-54070-4
    51. Ashiboe-Mensah, N.A., Fugar, F.D.K.  and Adinyira, E (2013) “The Adoption and Diffusion of Innovations in The Ghanaian Building Industry” In Thwala W.D. and Aigbavboa C.O (Eds) Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa. Africa (CIOB endorsed) Pp 129-140. ISBN: 978-0-620-54070-4
    52. Fugar, F.D.K., Ashiboe-Mensah, N.A and Adinyira, E (2013) “Human Capital Theory: Implications for the Ghanaian Construction Industry Development” In Thwala W.D. and Aigbavboa C.O (Eds) Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa. Africa (CIOB endorsed) Pp 49-58. ISBN: 978-0-620-54070-4
    53. Adinyira, E., Botchway, E. And Kwofie T. E (2012) “Investigating the Underlining Factors of Critical Project Success Criteria for Public Housing Delivery in Ghana” In Wang Jiayuan, Ding Zhikun, Zou Liang, Zuo Jian (Eds) Proceedings of the 17th International Symposium on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate (CRIOCM2012) 17th -18th November 2012 Shenzhen, China. Springer: ISBN (print): 978-3-642-35547-9. ISBN (eBook): 978-3-642-35548-6. ISBN (MyCopy): 978-3-642-35549-3
    54. Adinyira, E., Botchway, E. and Kwofie T. E (2012)'Determining Critical Project Success Criteria for Public Housing Building Projects (PHBPs) Delivery in Ghana” Proceedings of the WABER 2012 Conference. Abuja-Nigeria. ISBN 978-0-9566060-2-0.
    55. Adinyira, E.  (2012)Financial Profitability of Privately Managed Public Infrastructure in Ghana: The Case of small Towns Water Supply” In Badu E., Dinye, R., Ahadzie, D., and Owusu-Manu, D. (Eds) Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi Ghana. ISSN 2026-6650
    56. Osei-Asibey, D. and Adinyira, E.  (2012)Causes of Disputes in Infrastructural Delivery In Ghana” In Badu E., Dinye, R., Ahadzie, D., and Owusu-Manu, D. (Eds) Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, Kumasi Ghana. ISSN 2026-6650
    57. Ahiaga-Dagbui, D.D., F.D.K. Fugar, McCarter, W.J. and E. Adinyira (2011) ‘Potential risks to international joint ventures in developing economies: the Ghanaian construction industry experience’, In Uwakweh B.O. (ed.) Procs of the CIBW 107 International Conference on Innovation and sustainable construction in developing countries 1-3 November, 2011 Hanoi –Vietnam, pp. 191-195.
    58. Ashiboe-Mensah, N. A. Fugar, F.D.K and Adinyira, E. (2011) Attributes of Photovoltaic Energy Technology Perceptions of Ghanaian building industry Participants. Proceedings 6th Built Environment Conference 31 July-2 August 2011. JHB, South Africa. Pp 268-277. ISBN: 978-0-86970-713-5
    59. Adinyira E and Ayarkwa J (2011) “Logical Selection of Suitable Types of Private Operators for the Rural Water Sector of Ghana” ICoPFM 2011 International Conference on Project and Facilities Management,18 -19 May 2011 at University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. PM-15.
    60. Adinyira, E., Fugar F.D.K and Osei-Asibey, D (2011) “Underlying Factors for Construction Research Collaboration in Ghana”. Proceedings 6th Built Environment Conference 31 July-2 August 2011. JHB, South Africa. Pp 385-399. ISBN: 978-0-86970-713-5.
    61. Ayarkwa, K. Agyekum and E. Adinyira (2011) “Barriers to Sustainable Implementation of Lean Construction in the Ghanaian Building Industry” Proceedings 6th Built Environment Conference 31 July-2 August 2011. JHB, South Africa. Pp 67-68. ISBN: 978-0-86970-713-5
    62. Ayarkwa, K. Agyekum and E. Adinyira (2011) “Perspectives for the implementation of Lean Construction in the Ghanaian Construction Industry” Proceedings 6th Built Environment Conference 31 July-2 August 2011. JHB, South Africa. Pp 37-52. ISBN: 978-0-86970-713-5.
    63. J Ayarkwa, K Agyekum and E Adinyira (2011) “Exploring waste minimization measures in the Ghanaian construction industry” In: Laryea, S., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. (Eds) Procs West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, 19-21 July 2011, Accra, Ghana, 443-452.
    64. Ayarkwa, E. Adinyira and K. Agyekum (2011) “Industrial training in Ghana: perceptions of the undergraduate construction student” In: Laryea, S., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. (Eds) Procs West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, 19-21 July 2011, Accra, Ghana, 541-557.
    65. Kwofie, E. Adinyira and E. Botchway (2011) “Historical overview of housing provision in pre- and post-independence Ghana” West In: Laryea, S., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. (Eds) Procs West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, 19-21 July 2011, Accra, Ghana, 541-557.
    66. Badu, E., Owusu-Manu, D and Adinyira, E. (2010) “Exploring The Contextual And Logical Dimensions Of Procurement Management Curriculum” Proceedings of the 1st International Postgraduate Research Conference on the Built Environment. F.D.K Fugar and E. Adinyira (Eds), ISBN: 978-9988-1-3859-2, pp      144-173. KNUST, Ghana.
    67. Osei-Tutu, E., Adinyira, E and Asamoah, R. (2010) “Model for Community Infrastructure Project Delivery in Ghana” Proceedings of the 1st International Postgraduate Research Conference on the Built Environment. F.D.K Fugar and E. Adinyira (Eds), ISBN: 978-9988-1-3859-2, pp189-206. KNUST, Ghana.
    68. Manu, P., Ankrah, N., Proverbs D., Suresh, S and Adinyira, E. (2010). “Towards Interrogating the Contribution of Construction Project Features to Accident Causation” Proceedings of the 1st International Postgraduate Research Conference on the Built Environment. F.D.K Fugar and E. Adinyira (Eds), ISBN: 978-9988-1-3859-2, pp 253-266. KNUST, Ghana.
    69. Adinyira, E., Oteng-Seifah, S and Sohail, M. (2008) “Small Town Water Supply in Ghana: Possibilities for Public-Private Partnerships” Proceedings of the 1st Postgraduate Research conference of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Kumasi Ghana.
    70. Adinyira, E., Oteng-Seifah, S and Adjei-Kumi, T. (2007)” A review of urban sustainability assessment methodologies” International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its Assessment M. Horner, C. Hardcastle, A. Price, J. Bebbington (Eds) Glasgow, UK. 
    71. Adinyira, E., Oteng-Seifah, S and Adjei-Kumi, T. (2007) “Opportunities for private sector driven supply chains in Ghana with case studies from the community water supply sector” Proceedings of the 7th International Postgraduate Research conference in the Built and Human Environment. Salford, Manchester. UK.
    72. Adinyira, E., Oteng-Seifah, S and Adjei-Kumi, T. (2007) “Sustainability Assessment of Rural Development” Sustainable rural development: what is the role of the agric-food sector?  Petrick, M and Buchenrieder, G (eds.,2007) Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Central and Eastern Europe, Vol. 39, Halle (Saale), IAMO, pp.18-27. Germany.

     

    SEMINAR/WORKSHOP PAPERS/OTHER PUBLICATIONS

    1. Adinyira, E. (2014) “Built Environment Education: Department of Building Technology, KNUST Kumasi” Published in The Quantity Surveyor. Official Magazine of the Quantity Surveying Division of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors. October, 2014 Issue. Pp 32-34.
    2. Fugar, F.D.K. and Adinyira, E. (2008) “Quantity Surveying Education in Africa: Sustaining Professionalism” Triennial General Assembly of the African Association of Quantity Surveyors (AAQS). August 2008, Accra Ghana. Published in The Quantity Surveyor. Official Magazine of the Quantity Surveying Division of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors. Issue 2 July-December, 2008. Pp 8-12.
    3. Owusu, M.D. and Adinyira, E. (2008), “Researching Building Production Processes: Methodological Perspective”, In: Olusola, K.O & Ata, O. (Eds.) Technical Paper, Proceedings of 3rd National Workshop, 25th -26th June 2008. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Journal of Nigerian Institute of Building (NIOB), Osun State Chapter.

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