Brief History of Department of Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness and Extension

Vision Statement
To become the prime leader in the provision of agribusiness, applied economics and community development education in Africa.

Mission Statement
We undertake demand driven research, continuous development of problem solving and job oriented curriculum, teaching and training of students and clients in agricultural and its allied sectors.

Courses of the Department

Undergraduate Programmes

B.Sc. Agribusiness

Postgraduate Programmes

MBA Agribusiness Management

MPhil Agribusiness Management

 

Diploma and Post-Diploma Applicants for B.Sc. Agribusiness

Candidates in this category must:

  • Possess a professional or Higher National Diploma (HND) or its equivalence in a relevant programme from a recognised institution
  • Pass an interview;
  • Have two years post qualification working experience;

Candidates with HND/relevant professional or Diploma certificates who obtained 2nd Class lower and above will enter at level 300.

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I welcome you to the Department of Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness and Extension in the University of Energy and Natural Resources. Our undergraduate and post graduate market driven programmes are designed to cover all business, economics and community development disciplines so that students will be able to apply concepts from these disciplines to agribusiness and allied industries.

The main aim of our programmes is to train students who wish to undertake managerial-level, agripreneurship, research, agricultural planning, policy, trade and consultancy careers in food production, processing, agricultural output and input marketing, agricultural finance, supply chain, food and agribusiness allied sectors.

The department has well motivated, dynamic and young but experienced and dedicated lecturers who provide excellent theoretical and practical content of courses in agribusiness, applied economics and community development.

Our innovative programmes, distinguished faculty and competitive students place the department among one of the best in the provision of agribusiness, applied economics and community development education in the sub region.

Dr. Richard Kwasi Bannor (HOD)

Tekuni Nakuja, Ph.D

Position: Lecturer

Email:tekuni.nakuja@uenr.edu.gh

Personal Summary

Dr. Nakuja conducts research on the economics of agriculture and international trade policy. Some of his recent research includes trade implications of U.S. Food Safety Modernisation Act, market potential for Saskatchewan pulses in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, climate change adaptation and food security in developing countries. He has also undertaken research on agricultural innovation adoption in Western Canada as a postdoctoral fellow with Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan-Canada. In Ghana, Nakuja had stints with a number of agricultural policy organisations including theACDI/VOCA-Millennium Development Authority where he worked with colleagues in analysing the maize value chain in the southern horticultural zone.

Nakuja is a graduate of University of Ghana and University of Saskatchewan. He holds MSc (2010-2012) and PhD (2012-2017) degrees in Agricultural Economics from University of Saskatchewan in Canada. He also studied at The University of British Columbia in Canada under the Western Deans’ Agreement as part of his doctoral coursework. Nakuja holds BSc Agriculture (Agric Econ, First Class Honors, 2002-2006) and MPhil Agricultural Economics (2007-2009) from University of Ghana, Legon.

Nakuja is a passionate teacher with considerable teaching experience. He is also a member of the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society.

Journal Publications

  1. Nakuja, T. and Kerr, W.A. (2018). Food security though public stockholdings and trade distortions. British Food Journal, 120(5): 1089-1105.
  2. Nakuja, T., Akhand, M., Hobbs, J. E. andW.A. Kerr (2015). Evolving US Food Safety Regulations and international competitors: Implementation dynamics. International Journal of Food System Dynamics, 6(4), 259-268.
  3. Nakuja, T., Sarpong, D. B., Kuwornu, J. M. and A. A. Felix (2012). Water storage for dry season vegetable farming as an adaptation to climate change in the Upper East Region of Ghana. African Journal of Agricultural Research , 7(2), 298-306.
  4. Nakuja, T. and Kerr, W.A. (2018). Do WTO commitments restrict the policy space of countries wishing to provide food security through stockholding programs? Journal of World Trade, 6(52),

Theses

  1. Nakuja, T. (2017). Three essays on trade policy, public stockholding and food security in developing countries.University of Saskatchewan PhD thesis.
  2. Nakuja, T. (2012). Political Influence and the Implications of the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act for fruit and vegetable trade. University of Saskatchewan MSc thesis.

Current Courses Taught

SOAT 114: Introduction to Economics

SOAT 202: Macroeconomic Principles and Applications

SOAT 302: Microeconomic Principles and Applications

Dr. Samuel Afotey Anang

Position: Lecturer

Email: samuel.anang@uenr.edu.gh

Tel: 0242238238/ 0207751683

Personal Summary

Samuel Afotey Anang is a qualified and a committed Lecturer in the fields of Agriculture and Rural Development with constructive and effective teaching skills that makes teaching and learning a fun for effective and easy assimilation of facts by students.   He possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, able to work in a team and work under pressure to tight schedules successfully. He has a particular passion for teaching and research work, having the ambition of becoming a competent Lecturer and academic researcher to impact the Agricultural and Rural development sectors.

Journal Publications

  1. Anang, S.A. & Yanwen, T. (2014). Influence of agricultural trade liberalization policies on poverty reduction among Ghanaian rural smallholder rice farmers. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, 20 (No 4), 746-753.
  2. Anang, S.A. & Yanwen, T. (2014).Influence of agricultural trade liberalization policies on production and poverty reduction among Ghanaian rural smallholder cocoa and rice farmers. Journal of Agricultural Economics and Development Vol. 3(1), pp. 001-011.
  1. Anang, S.A. & Sakyi-Dawson, O. (2013). Influence of Financial Services Sources on the Livelihoods of Small-scale Crop Farmers in the Ashaiman Municipality of Greater Accra Region, Ghana. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Ecology, 6(1), 57-67.

Book:

Anang, S.A. & Yanwen, T. (2015).Trade Liberalization Policies, Production and Poverty Reduction. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany. ISBN 978-3-659-79633-3.

Thesis

  1. PhD Thesis: Assessing the Effects of Agricultural Trade Liberalization Policies on Production and Poverty Reduction among Rural Smallholder Farmers in Ghana
  2. MPhil. Thesis: Influence of Financial Services Sources on the Livelihoods of Small-scale Crop Farmers in the Ashaiman Municipality of Greater Accra Region, Ghana.

Current Courses Taught

  1. Agricultural Extension Methods and Practices
  2. Cooperatives and Farmer Organizations

Dr. Richard Kwasi Bannor

Position: Lecturer and Acting Head of Department

Email: richard.bannor@uenr.edu.gh

Personal summary

Results oriented, dedicated and self-motivated agribusiness professional with a good background in data analysis and monitoring and evaluation. Richard Kwasi Bannor has wide experience in research which is proven in over twenty five (25) research publications in international peer-review journals on topics such as agricultural value chain analysis, commodity price analysis, forecasting of agricultural commodity prices, profitability assessment of maize and teak in Ghana and poverty researches in Ghana, Ethiopia and India.

Dr. Bannor is also a certified Trainer of Farmer-Based Organisations by Millennium Development Authority-Ghana. He also has wide experience in entrepreneurship as he is an entrepreneur in the export of agricultural commodities.

He has undertaken a number of consultancy services in agribusiness for Agribusiness Systems International (ASI), African Aurora Business Network (AABN) and Greenweb Consult. In addition, he has accumulated wide experience of working with various actors of various commodity value chains in the export business and international trade. Also, hehas gained wide experience whiles working with the Ministry of Food and Agriculture on data collection, analysis, monitoring and evaluation and agriculture policy implementation.

Once as a teaching assistant at the University of Cape Coast, lecturer and coordinator for Diploma in Business Administration at Zenith University College, he has gained enough experience of teaching at the tertiary level.

 

Publications

  1. Bannor, R.K., Adjei-Addo, E., and Oppong-Kyeremeh, H. (2018). Marketable Surplus and its determinants among small scale maize producers in Ashanti and Northern Regions of Ghana. SKUAST Journal of Research, 20 (1).
  2. Oppong-Kyeremeh, H., and Bannor, R.K. (2018). Off Farm Job as Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for Small Scale Rice Producers in the Volta Region. ICCCSDA 2017 Special Issue: Environment, Technology and Sustainable Development. Journal of Energy and Natural Resource Management, 1(1a), 36-42.
  3. Bannor, R.K., Oppong-Kyeremeh, H. (2018). Extent of Poverty and Inequality among Housholds in the Techiman Municipality of Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana. ICCCSDA 2017 Special Issue: Environment, Technology and Sustainable Development. Journal of Energy and Natural Resource Management, 1(1a), 26-36.
  4. Acquah A., and Bannor, R.K. (2017). Motivational Elements effect on Labour Productivity and Retention: The case of Jei River Farms in Central Region of Ghana.  Indian Journal of Economics and Development Journal, 13(4), 619-626.
  5. Bannor, R.K. and Oppong Kyeremeh, H. and Addo Adjie, E. (2017).  Improving the income of small scale rice producers through outgrower scheme in the Volta Region of Ghana. Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 13(2a), 584-590.
  6. Bannor, R. K. (2015). Long run and short run causality of rice consumption by urbanization and income growth in Ghana. ACADEMICIA: An International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, 5(2), 173-189.
  7. Takyi-Mensah, R. and Bannor, R.K. (2015). Determinants of demand of locally processed poultry meat in Greater Accra Region of Ghana. International Research Journal of Marketing and Economics, 2(2), 1-17.
  8. Takyi-Mensah, R. and Bannor, R.K. (2015).Preference of processed poultry meat in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Indo-American Journal of Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences, 3(1), 36-45.
  9. Takyi-Mensah, R., Asante, E. G., Fialor, S. C. and Bannor, R.K. (2015).Determinants of supply of locally processed poultry meat in Greater Accra Region of Ghana. International Journals of Marketing and Technology, 5(3), 123-138.
  10. Bannor, R. K., and Bentil, K. J. (2015). Comparing the profitability of tilapia farming to maize farming on a hectare of land in the Agona West Municipality of Ghana. Journal of Business Management and Social Science Research, 4(5), 382-392.
  11. Bannor, R.K and Wayo, S. (2014). Perceptions of small-scale poultry farmers on the effect of micro-credit on livelihood in the Atwima Nwabiagya District of Ghana. Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, 7(5), 57-62.
  12. Bentil, J. K. and Bannor, R. K. (2014). Profitability of teak plantations in the Dormaa District of the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. International Journal of Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences, 3(7), 271-283.
  13. Bannor, R.K. and Bentil, J. K. (2014). Forecasting of cassava prices in the Central Region of Ghana using ARIMA model. Intercontinental Journal of Marketing Research Review, 2(8), 30-40.
  14. Bannor, R.K. and Bentil, J. K. (2014).Cassava market integration analysis in the Central Region of Ghana. Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 10(4), 319-329.

Selected International Research Publications

  1. Bannor, R.K., Sharma, R. and Sharma, M. (2017).  Promotion of wholesale coriander price discovery in the Kota market of Rajasthan, India. SKUAST Journal of Research 19(2), 222-227.
  2. Bannor, R.K. and Madhu, S. (2017).  Determinants of the choice of marketing outlet among kinnow farmers in Rajasthan. Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 13(1), 11-22.
  3. Bannor, R.K. and Sharma, M. (2016). Modelling and forecasting wholesale groundnut prices in Bikaner district of Rajasthan for marketing intelligence. Applied Research Journal 1(4), 1-20.
  4. Bannor, R.K. (2016). Effect of futures trading on the volatility of cluster beans prices in Rajasthan. Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 12(3), 421- 430.
  5. Bannor, R.K., Sharma, M. and Dhaka, S. (2016). Integration of cumin markets in Rajasthan. International Journal of Agriculture Sciences, 8(52), 2516-2520.
  6. Bannor, R.K. and Melkamu, M. (2016) ARFIMA, ARIMA and ECM Models forecasting of wholesale price of mustard in Sri Ganganagar District of Rajasthan of India.  Journal of Business Management and Social Science Research, 5(1), 1-13.
  7. Bannor, R.K. and Mathur, S. (2016).Integration of mustard markets in Rajasthan State of India.  Agricultural Research Journal, 53(4), 571-579.
  8. Mada, M. and Bannor, R.K. (2015). Poverty situation among small-scale apple producers: the case of Chencha District in Ethiopia. Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary, 3(2), 212-220.
  9. Melkamu, M. and Bannor, R.K. (2015). Estimation of agricultural resource inequality in India using Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient approach. International Journal of Current Research and Academic Review, 3(4), 174-184.
  10. Bannor, R. K., and Madhu, S. (2015). An analysis of the socioeconomic characteristics of kinnow producers in Rajasthan State of India. International Journal of Management Research and Business Strategy, 4(3), 180-192.
  11. Bannor, R.K. and Melkamu, M. (2015).Determinants of commercialisation among kinnow farmers in Rajasthan State of India. Asian Journal of Research in Marketing, 4(4), 57-69.
  12. Bannor, R.K., Madhu S., and Dhaka, S. (2015). Integration of cumin markets in Rajasthan. Indian Journal of Agricultural Marketing, 29(2), 185
  1. Bannor, R.K., Sharma, R., and Madhu, S. (2015). Long memory analysis for marketing intelligence; the case of coriander seed prices in Kota District of Rajasthan. Indian Journal of Agricultural Marketing, 29(2), 184.
  2. Bannor, R.K. and Melkamu, M. (2015).Forecasting wholesale price of cluster bean using the Autoregressive Fractionally Integrated Moving-Average Model: the case of Sri Ganganagar of Rajasthan in India.  Journal of Business Management and Economics, 3(8), 1-7. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.15520/jbme.2015.vol3.iss8.132.pp01-07.
  3. Bannor, R.K. and Madhu, S. (2015).Spatial price transmission of groundnut markets of Rajasthan.  Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 11(4), 851-860.
  4. Bannor, R.K. and Madhu, S. (2015).Spatial price transmission of kinnow markets of Rajasthan State of India.  Economic Affairs, 60(3), 415-426.
  5. Bannor, R.K. and Dhaka, S. (2015). Integration of cluster beans markets in Rajasthan State of India.  Economic Affairs, 60(3), 529- 538.
  6. Bannor, R.K. and Amita, S. (2015).Comparing the forecasting power of multivariate VAR and univariate ARIMA Models: a case of groundnut prices in Bikaner District of Rajasthan. Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics and Management, 5(3), 51-64, doi:10.5958/2249-7307.2015.00057.2.
  7. Melkamu, M. and Bannor, R.K (2015).The impact of a MGNREGA Programme on Household Expenditure in Northern Rajasthan: Propensity Score Matching Approach.  International Journal of Current Research and Academic Review, 3, (12), 31-44.
  8. Bannor, R.K and Dhaka, S. (2014). Preference for MBA Agribusiness Programme: a conjoint analysis. Journal of Business and Management, 5 (5), 01-07.
  9. Bannor, R.K., Dhaka, S., Mathur, A. and Longo, J. (2014). An assessment of listening abilities of MBA students. International Journal of Social Science and Interdisciplinary Research, 3 (6), 173-189.

Book Publications

  1. Bannor Richard Kwasi and Bentil Julian Kobina (2014). Effect of Micro-credit on Livelihood and Poultry Industry. Germany: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN 978-3-659-60990
  2. Bentil Julian Kobina and Bannor Richard Kwasi (2014). Profitability of Teak Plantations in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. Germany: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN 978-3-659-626579.

Thesis

  1. Bannor, R. K. (2015). Marketing of Kinnow in Rajasthan. Unpublished PhD thesis submitted to School of Post Graduate Studies of SK Rajasthan Agricultural University, India.
  2. Bannor, R. K. (2008). Perception of the Effect of Microfinance on the Livelihoods of Small Scale Poultry Farmers in Atwima Nwabiagya District. Unpublished Master’s thesis submitted to Graduate School of University of Ghana, Ghana.
  3. Bannor, R. K. (2006). Irrigation Water Requirement of Tomatoes in Obuasi Municipality. Unpublished Bachelor dissertation submitted to School of Agriculture of University of Cape Coast, Ghana.

Current Courses Taught

  1. Research Methods
  2. Marketing of Agricultural Produce
  3. Management of Farm Business
  4. Agricultural Price Analysis
  5. Sustainable Value Chain Development
  6. Fundamentals of Business Planning and Policy
  7. Production and Operations Management
  8. Strategic Management
  9. Food Security
  10. Monitoring and Evaluation

Dr. Nicholas Oppong Mensah

Position: Lecturer

Email:nicholas.mensah@uenr.edu.gh

Personal Summary

Dr. Nicholas Oppong Mensah is a seasoned professional and academic, with wealth of refined technical, analytical skills and knowledge in, management, marketing, insurance, risk management, education, research and Agribusiness.

With his multiple background as well as being FATS (faith, available, teachable and strategic thinker), Nicholas like to celebrate diversity and always confront inequalities. His experiences span from industry to Academia.

In Industry, Nicholas worked in the hospitality and insurance industry as: a front office manager, sales officer, marketing officer, officer-in-charge, branch manager and regional manager and as the first substantive project manager at the Ghana Agricultural Insurance Pool (GAIP). At the said outfit, Nicholas was the head of the Technical Management Unit (TMU), GAIP Board Secretary, and also served on the steering and technical committees of the Ghana Agricultural Insurance Programme.

His teaching career entails being a preparatory school class teacher at Anne Heath Preparatory school, working as an industrial relations officer, integrated science teacher at Kumasi Technical Institute, Service lecturer at the Department of Communication Design at KNUST, where he taught marketing in design and marketing research methods at the undergraduate level. At the Institute Distance learning at KNUST, Nicholas taught courses in human resource management, insurance underwriting and marketing, health insurance, institutions and pension’s management, marketing intelligence and corporate branding, principles of enterprise risk management, innovations in educational financing, research methods in consulting, and risk and insurance operations management among others at post graduate level.

Nicholas has also supervised a number of MBA, MSC, MPhil and PhD theses to completion.

This is why he always merges theory with practice when it comes to teaching, and consultancy services. This he does through cutting-edge and evidence based research as evidence with a number of publication and consultancy projects to his credit.

 

Publications

  • Risk Perception and Agricultural Insurance Development Strategy for Cashew Crop Farmers in the Brong-Ahafo Regions of Ghana, (PhD thesis)
  • Willingness of Poultry Agribusiness Workers to Participate in the Informal Voluntary Pension Scheme in the Kumasi Metropolis of the Ashanti Region of Ghana (MPhil thesis)
  • The role of communication in the marketing of life insurance in Ghana (A case study of Donewell Insurance Company Limited) (MBA thesis)
  • Chemical Modification of Eugenol (Undergraduate project for the award of BSC (Hons) Chemistry)
  • A teachers Guide for teaching first year insurance course in tertiary institutions for the Ghanaian Insurance Industry (Diploma in Education Project Work)
  • NicholasOppong Mensah, Simon Cudjo Fialor, Edward Yeboah (2017).Evaluating the Constraints to Development of Agricultural Insurance for Cashew Crop Farmers in Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana, Open Journal of Business and Management05, No.02.
  • Owusu Alfred, Nicholas Oppong Mensah, Anthony Kofi Badu (2016). Positive contributions of Globalization on Developing Countries; A focus on Ghanaian employees. International Journal of Information, Business and Management, Vol. 8, No. 3.
  • Owusu Alfred, Anthony Kofi Badu, Nicholas Oppong Mensah, (2015). Factors Influencing Real Estate Agents Selection: A Survey of Real Estate Customers in Kumasi Metropolis, Ghana, Journal of Investment and Management. Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 68-72.
  • Sarpong, A., Kwarteng, K, K and Mensah, N.O (2014). “ Expectations from Marketing Graduates: The Verdict of Ghana’s Club 100 Group of 2011” International Journal of Marketing Strategy, Operations Research and Organizational Behaviour, 1109 ISSN:2051-9820, Vol.30, Issue.1
  • Nicholas Oppong Mensah, Simon Cudjo Fialor, Victor Owusu and Benard Nana Acheampong (2013)Developing Agricultural Insurance Products as a tool for poverty reduction and mitigation of the negative effect of climate change in the Ghanaian Agricultural Sector: Prospects, Challenges and Strategies. Journal of Excellence, Leadership and Stewardship 1 Issue 1.
  • Asiamah,Y., Owusu-Mensah, S ., Nimsah,W.K., and  Mensah, N.O,(2013) “ The Effect of Brand Name on Customer Loyalty in the Mobile Communication Industry in Ghana”, British Journal of Marketing 1 Issue 3. September, 2013.
  • Owusu, A. Poku, J. A., and Mensah, N.O (2013). “Effects of Rural Migration on Urban Dwelling in Ghana”. Journal of Excellence, Leadership and Stewardship 1 Issue 1.
  • Communication and Strategy for Marketing Life Insurance(A test case of Donewell Insurance Company Limited in Ghana) Authored by Nicholas Oppong Mensah and Published by Lambert Academic Publishers in Germany. Dec, 2011

Mr. Anthony Donkor

Position: Assistant Lecturer

Email: anthony.donkor@uenr.edu.gh

Tel. Nos :(233) 0202342168 / 0546191607

Personal Summary

Anthony Donkor is an Ashanti from Kotei-Deduako, born on October 6, 1972 to Mr. Patrick Donkor and Mrs. Agartha Amankwaa. He had his secondary education at Prempeh College from 1987 to 1992 (O-Level) and Technology secondary school, KNUST from 1992 to 1994(A-Level). In 1996, he gained admission into Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and graduated in 2001 with Second Class Upper Division in Electrical Engineering. He followed this up and earned a Master of Science in Industrial Mathematics in 2013 from KNUST.

Mr. Donkor has been a Part-Time lecturer at the School of Agriculture and Technology, UENR since 2015 before he became an Assistant Lecturer in 2018. His research interest lies in operations research (optimization techniques). Mr. Donkor is a Staunch Christian and a member of the Church of Pentecost.

 

Working Paper

  • Donkor, K. Darkwah, J. Appati, P. Gakpleazi, W. Naninja. Optimal Allocation of Funds for Loans using Karmarkar’s Algorithm.

Mr. Frank Osei Tutu

Frank

Position: Assistant Lecturer

Email Address: frank.tutu@uenr.edu.gh / frankoseitutu22@yahoo.com

Telephone No.: 0249835922 / 0505502166

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  1. MPhil – Finance, KNUST
  2. MBA – Finance, KNUST
  3. Bachelor of Commerce (B.COM), UCC
  4. Diploma in Education, UEW-K
  5. S.C.E, Prempeh College

PROFESIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Chartered Accountant – ICA-GH. MEMBER
  2. Charterd Banker – CIB-GH. MEMBER

WORKING EXPERIENCE

  1. Banker
  2. Internal Auditor
  3. External Auditor
  4. Teaching

CURRENT COURSES

  1. Introduction to Accounting
  2. Microfinance
  3. Operation and Production Management
  4. Domestic Agro Business Management
  5. Financial Reporting, Planning and Analysis
  6. Financial Management
  7. Credit Management – Lending
  8. Financial Statement Analysis

RESEARCH INTEREST

  1. Corporate Governance
  2. Corporate Finance
  3. Microfinance
  4. International Financial Reporting Standards

RESEARCH / THESIS    

  1. Predicting Financial Distress of Banks in Ghana
  2. An Examination into the Non Financial Services Provided by Microfinance Institutions in Ghana – A case study of Sinapi Aba Savings And Loans Limited

 

Ms. Helena Oppong-Kyeremeh

Position: Lecturer and Departmental Examination Officer

Email:helena.oppong-kyeremeh@uenr.edu.gh

Personal Summary

Ms. Helena Oppong-Kyeremeh is a dedicated professional in the field of agricultural economics and agribusiness. She has good analytical skills which has earned her several publications in peer reviewed journals. She has presented at conferences and has trainings on issues relating to food and nutrition security, monitoring and evaluation, poverty, climate change, among several others.

 

Publications

  • Bannor, R.K., Oppong-Kyeremeh, H. and Adjei-Addo, E. (2017). Improving the income of small scale rice producers through outgrower scheme in the Volta Region of Ghana.Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 13 (2a), 584-590.
  • Bannor, R.K., Adjei-Addo, E., and Oppong-Kyeremeh, H. (2018). Marketable Surplus and its determinants among small scale maize producers in Ashanti and Northern Regions of Ghana. SKUAST Journal of Research, 20 (1).
  • Oppong-Kyeremeh, H., and Bannor, R.K. (2018). Off Farm Job as Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for Small Scale Rice Producers in the Volta Region. ICCCSDA 2017 Special Issue: Environment, Technology and Sustainable Development. Journal of Energy and Natural Resource Management, 1(1a), 36-42.
  • Bannor, R.K., Oppong-Kyeremeh, H. (2018). Extent of Poverty and Inequality among Housholds in the Techiman Municipality of Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana. ICCCSDA 2017 Special Issue: Environment, Technology and Sustainable Development. Journal of Energy and Natural Resource Management, 1(1a), 26-36.
  • Bannor, R.K. and Oppong-Kyeremeh, H. (2017). Market Concentration and Value Chain Analysis of Kinnow in Rajasthan, India. Applied Research Journal (Accepted for Upcoming Issue).

Thesis

  • Oppong-Kyeremeh, H. (2015). Household Determinants of Fruits and Vegetables Consumption in the Techiman Municipality of Ghana. Unpublished Master’s Thesis submitted to the School of Post Graduate Studies of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.
  • Oppong-Kyeremeh, H. (2009). Profitability of Maize Production in the Dormaa Municipality of the Brong Ahafo Region in Ghana. Unpublished Bachelor Dissertation submitted to School of Agriculture of University of Cape Coast, Ghana.