Mr. Ayirebi Dansoh

Part Time Senior Lecturer

Research Areas/Interests



    1. Frimpong, S.; Sunindijo, R.Y.; Wang, C.C.; Boadu, E.F.; Dansoh, A.; Fagbenro, R.K.. (2023) Coping with Psychosocial Hazards: A Systematic Review of Young Construction Workers’ Practices and Their Determinants. Buildings 2023, 13, 22.

    2. Frimpong, S.; Sunindijo, R.Y.; Wang, C.C.; Boadu, E.F.; Dansoh, A. (2023) A Conceptual Framework to Promote the Transition to Positive Mental Health among Young Construction Workers. Buildings 2023, 13, 1025.

    3. Frimpong S., Bemah Antwi A., Yosia Sunindijo R., Changxin Wang C., Ampratwum G., Dansoh A., Seiwaa Boateng E., Antwi J.H., Annor P. (2022), Health status of young construction workers in the Global South: The case of Ghan. Safety Science, 148 2022 105673.

    4. Ayirebi Dansoh, Samuel Frimpong, Godslove Ampratwum, Goodenough Dennis Oppong & Robert Osei-Kyei (2020) Exploring the role of traditional authorities in managing the public as stakeholders on PPP projects: a case study, International Journal of Construction Management, 20:6, 628-641.
    5. Robert Osei-Kyei, Albert P.C. Chan & Ayirebi Dansoh (2020) Project selection index for unsolicited public–private partnership proposals, International Journal of Construction Management, 20:6, 555-566,
    6. Ayirebi Dansoh, Samuel Frimpong, Goodenough Dennis Oppong (2020), Exploring the dimensions of traditional authority influencing stakeholder management at the pre-construction stage of infrastructure projects, Construction Management and Economics, Volume 38:2, 189-206,
    7. Robert Osei-Kyei  Albert P.C.Chan,  Yao Yu, Chuan Chen, Ayirebi Dansoh.(2019) Root causes of conflict and conflict resolution mechanisms in public-private partnerships: Comparative study between Ghana and China. Cities, Vol 87, , Pages 185-195
    8. Frimpong, S., Dansoh, A. (2018) Marginalization and invasion of architects’ role on house projects: Institutional intervention inadequacy and super wicked problems. Frontiers of Architectural Research 7(3), pp. 292-303
    9. Osei-Kyei, R., Chan, A.P.C., Dansoh, A., Ofori-Kuragu, J.K., Owusu, E.K. (2018) Motivations for adopting Unsolicited Proposals for Public-Private Partnership Project Implementation: A survey of International Experts, Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction 23 (2) pp. 2221-23
    10. Osei-Kyei, R., Chan, A.P.C., Dansoh, A., Ofori-Kuragu, J.K., Oppong, G.D. (2018) Strategies for Effective Management of Unsolicited Public–Private Partnership Proposals. ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering 34 (3)
    11. Dansoh A., Oteng D.,  Frimpong S. (2017). Innovation development and adoption in small construction firms in Ghana. Construction Innovation. 17, 511-535.
    12. Dansoh A., Frimpong S., Oteng D.  (2017). Industry environment features influencing construction innovation in a developing country: a case study of four projects in Ghana. International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development. 9:1, 65-95.
    13. Oppong G. D., Chan A. P. C., Dansoh A. (2017). A review of stakeholder management performance attributes in construction projects. International Journal of Project Management,  35 (6), 1037–1051.
    14. Osei-Kyei R., Chan A.P.C., Dansoh A. (2017) Public-Private Partnership in Ghana. In: Farazmand A. (eds) Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Springer, Cham.
    15. Dansoh A., Frimpong, S., and Oteng D. (2017) “Industry Environment Features Influencing Construction Innovation in a Developing Country: A Case Study of four projects in Ghana”, Int. J. Technological Learning, Innovation and Development.  Learning, Innovation and Development, Vol.9 No.1, pp.65 – 95
    16. Dansoh A., Frimpong S. (2016), Client perspectives on relationships with architects on private house projects. International Journal of Qualitative Research in Services 2:3, 155-179
    17. Frimpong S., Dansoh A. (2016), Client perceptions of satisfaction and value for money in the employment of architects on private house projects. International Journal of Qualitative Research in Services, Vol. 2, Issue 3, pp. 211-237
    18. Robert, O. K., Dansoh, A., and Ofori–Kuragu, J. K. (2014). “Reasons for adopting Public–Private Partnership (PPP) for construction projects in Ghana”. International Journal of Construction Management, 14(4), 227-238.
    19. Danso, A. K., Ayarkwa, J., and Dansoh, A. (2011). “State of Accessibility for the Disabled in Selected Monumental Public Buildings in Accra, Ghana”. The Ghana Surveyor Vol 4, No. 1, pp. 1-19. ISSN 0855-9538
    20. Ayarkwa, J., Dansoh, A., Adinyira, E., and Amoah, P. (2011). “Performance of building technology graduates in the construction industry in Ghana”. Education+ Training, 53(6), 531-545.
    21. Amoah, P., Ahadzie, D. K., and Dansoh, A. (2011). “The factors affecting construction performance in Ghana: the perspective of small-scale building contractors”. The Ghana Surveyor, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 41 – 48.
    22. Ayarkwa, J., Dansoh A. and Amoah, P. (2010) “Barriers to implementation of EMS in construction industry in Ghana”. International Journal of Engineering Science, Vol. 2, No. 4
    23. Ayirebi Dansoh (2005) Strategic planning practice of construction firms in Ghana, Construction Management and Economics, 23:2, 163-168,
    24. Dansoh A. and Akyempim, N. K. O. (2004) Key factors in strategic planning decisions of contractors in Ghana. Journal of Ghana Institution of Surveyors (1) 22-27



    1. Robert Osei-Kyei, Albert P. C. Chan, Srinath Perera, Ayirebi Dansoh, Jin Xiaohua (2019) Comparing the private sector partners' perspectives on procuring public-private partnership infrastructure projects in Ghana and Hong Kong, Conference: CIB World  
    2. Oppong, G.D., Chan, A.P.C., Dansoh, A.,(2018)  Key Performance Indicators of Stakeholder Management in Construction Projects: International Experts Perspective. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) COBRA Conference, 23-24 April, 2018. London, UK.
    3. Dansoh A., Oteng D., Frimpong S. (2017), Challenges associated with project teams in managing variations on construction projects. 6th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa (ICIDA) - 12-14 April 2017, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana
    4. Dansoh A., Oteng D., Frimpong S. ( 2017), A conceptual review of the challenges in construction industry reform, 6th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa (ICIDA) - 12-14 April 2017, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghan
    5. Frimpong, S. and Dansoh, A. (2013) “A phenomenological study of private homebuilders' perceptions on the employment of professional services”. In: Smith, S.D and Ahiaga-Dagbui, D.D (Eds) Procs 29th Annual ARCOM Conference, 2-4 September 2013, Reading, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 425-433.
    6. Imbeah, K. A., and Dansoh, A. (2011). “Critical success factors for the implementation of total quality management (TQM) in real estate development in Ghana”. In West Africa built environment research (WABER) conference,19-21 July 2011 Accra, Ghana (p. 291).
    7. Appiagyei, N.B. and Dansoh, A. (2011) “Constraints in real estate development finance in Ghana”, In: Laryea, S., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. (Eds) Procs West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, 19-21 July 2011, Accra, Ghana, 261-27.
    8. Dansoh A, and Amoah A, (2010), “Relationships and Knowledge Flows in Innovation by Manufacturing Suppliers to Construction projects”, Proceedings of Construction and Building Research Conference, (COBRA¬2010) RICS, Paris.

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