1. Amoah, A. Tetteh, C., Korle, K., Quartey, H. S. (2021). Human Development and Net Migration: the Ghanaian Experience, Journal of International Migration and Integration, [Vol. Ahead-of-print], Springer.
2. Amoah, A., Asiama, R. K., Korle, K., & Kwablah, E. (2021). Domestic water improvement behaviour: the probability determinants and policy implications. Water Policy. [Vol. Ahead-of-print], International Water Association.
3. Amoah, A., Asiama, R. K., & Korle, K. (2021). Applying the breaks to non-performing loans in Ghana. International Journal of Emerging Markets. [Vol. Ahead-of-print], Springer.
4. Amoah A., & Amoah, B. (2021).The COVID-19 pandemic lockdown: A Buzz of Negativity with a Social Connectedness Silver Lining, Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences, [Vol. Ahead-of-print], Emerald Publishing Limited 1026-4116 DOI 10.1108/JEAS-07-2020-0132.
5. Amoah A., & Moffatt, P. G. (2021). Willingness-to-Pay for Reliable Piped Water Services: Evidence from Urban Ghana, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, [Vol. Ahead-of-print], Springer.
6. Amoah, A. and Addoah, T (2021). Does Environmental Knowledge Drive Pro-Environmental Behaviour in a Developing Country? Evidence from a Households in Ghana. Journal of Environment, Development and Sustainability, 23 (2), 2719-2738, Springer. DOI: 10.1007/s10668-020-00698-x.
7. Congratulations Prof Anthony Amoah on publishing an article on the topic: Human Development and Net Migration. This finding portrays that, providing basic social amenities may help in reducing emigration. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12134-021-00874-6
8. Kudos to Dr. George Lutterodt for publishing an article on the topic; GROUNDWATER POLLUTION ASSESSMENT IN A COASTAL AQUIFER. This paper presents an assessment of drinking water suitability of water from wells dug in a coastal aquifer of three communities bordering the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e06751
9. Dr. Michael Appiah Karikari of the Department of Sustainable Energy and Resources (DSER) has proven through this study that, macro environmental variables, resource competitive tactics, and oil and gas policy-specific factors are important drivers of SMEs investment intentions. 10.1080/23311975.2021.1948795
10. For the first time, the performance of the statistical downscaling model (SDSM-DC) at 2m spatial resolution in simulating rainfall in Ghana from 1981 to 2010 was tested in this work by Dr. Issac Larbi of the Department of Water Resources and Sustainable Development (DWRSD) https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-020-01171-5
11. Michael Appiah Karikari of UESD in his 2021 Publication shows that, macro environment factors, resource competitive strategies and oil and gas policy-specific factors are the significant determinants of SMEs investment intentions. Congratulations! 10.1080/23311975.2021.1948795
12. For the first time, the performance of the statistical downscaling model (SDSM-DC) has been tested in Ghana by Dr. Issac Larbi of the Department of Water Resources and Sustainable Development (DWRSD). Well done! https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-020-01171-5.