Prof. Ronald Adamtey

Associate Professor

Dept: Planning
Trevallion Block, First Floor

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Research Areas/Interests

Decentralization and local governance, political economy of public policy, climate change and water policy, environment and the politics of neo-patrim...~more

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    Adamtey, R., Amoako, C., Adamtey, D., and Doe, B. (2022). Revenue Mobilisation by Local Governments in Ghana: The Potentials of Investment in Metal Souvenirs for Tourists. Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 41, No. 2 (2022), pp 87 – 105

    Abane, J. A., Adamtey, R., and Ayim, V. O. (2022). Does organizational culture influence employee productivity at the local level? A test of Denison’s culture model in Ghana’s local government sector. Future Business Journal, 8:34. DOI 10.1186/s43093-022-00145-5

    Doe, B., Amoako, C., and Adamtey, R. (2022). Spatial expansion and patterns of land use/land cover changes around Accra, Ghana – Emerging insights from Awutu Senya East Municipal Area. Land Use Policy.

    Adamtey, R., Mensah, J. V., & Obeng, G. (2021). Making Cities Resilient in Ghana: The Realities of Slum Dwellers that confront the Accra Metropolitan Assembly. Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 70-83.

    Amoako, C., Adamtey, R., and Doe, B. (2021). Fire risks management in emerging Ghanaian cities: land use planning responses for siting petrol and gas stations in the Tamale Metropolis. GeoJournal.

    Adamtey, R., and Amoako, C. (2021). Mobilizing Internally Generated Funds by Local Governments in Ghana. Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, pp. 1-12.

    Adamtey, R. and Kovor, F. (2020). Deepening Decentralization through Collaboration between District Assemblies and Faith-Based Organizations: Lessons from Keta and South Tongu Districts in Ghana. Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 38, Nos. 1, 2, &3. pp. 110-120.

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