2018 Staff Publications

Refereed Journal Papers

  1. Adams, A., Fialor, S. C., Bakang J. A., and Jumpah, E. T. (2018). Technical and resource use efficiency of urban vegetable farming in the Kumasi Metropolis: A stochastic frontier approach. Asian Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 8(2), 92-103.
  2. Anyan F. K., Frempong G.K. (2018). An investigation into barriers that hinder the effective use of ICT in farming by Small Scale farmers in Asuogyaman District, Ghana, International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE), 5(1), 23-32
  3. Boadu, P., Aidoo, R., Ohene-Yankyera, K., Kleih, U., Abdoulaye, T., Maroya, N., Orchard, O., Bekoe, S. (2018). Farmers’ Perception about Quality of Planted Seed Yam and Their Preferences for Certified Seed Yam in Ghana. International Journal of Food and Agricultural Economics, 6(3), 71-83.
  4. Boakye, A.S., Ampadu-Ameyaw, R., Essegbey, G.O. & Onumah, J.A. (2018). Success Factors for Micro and Small Agribusiness Enterprises (MSES) - The case of Ghana. Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development, 47 (1), 5-12
  5. Jumpah, E.T., Tetteh, T. K., and Adams, A. (2018). Microcredit repayment among smallholder farmers: what microfinance institutions need to know. Asian Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 8(2), 74-91.
  6. Omari R., Arthur W., Frempong G.K. (2018). Competence of public institutions in food safety control: A consumer perception survey in Ghana. Journal of Food Quality and Hazards Control, 5, 102-108.
  7. Omari R., Frempong G.K., Arthur W. (2018). Public perceptions and worry about food safety hazards and risks in Ghana. Food Control, 93: 76–82
  8. Omari R. (2018) Mechanisms for Strengthening Evidence-Based Policy and Practice: A Review. In: M. F. Kebe C., Gueye A., Ndiaye A. (eds) Innovation and Interdisciplinary Solutions for Underserved Areas. pp 156-161. InterSol 2017, CNRIA 2017. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, vol 204. Springer, Cham. DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-72965-7_15.
  9. Osei-Amponsah C., Agbotse P., Swanzy F. & Stomph T.J. (2018). Role of small-scale enterprises in agricultural development agendas: Insights from oil palm processing enterprises in the Kwaebibirem District of Ghana. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science (GJAS), 52 (2018).
  10. Onumah, E.E., Onumah, J.A. & Onumah. G.E. (2018). Production risk and technical efficiency of fish farms in Ghana. Aquaculture, 495, 55-61
  11. Quaye, W., Onumah, J.A., Buckman, E. & Torte, C. (2018). Investigating the adoption of the Root and Tuber Composite Flour (RTCF) technology transferred among Micro and Small-Scale Entrepreneurs (MSEs) in the bakery industry in Ghana. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development,10(2), 137-145
  12. Williams P. A., Crespo O. and Mumuni A. (2018) Adapting to changing climate through improving adaptive capacity at the local level – The case of smallholder horticultural producers in Ghana. Climate Risk Management - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.crm.2018.12.004
  13. Williams P. A., Crespo O. and Mumuni A. (2018). Assessing vulnerability of horticultural smallholders to climate variability in Ghana: applying the livelihood vulnerability approach. Environment, Development and Sustainability. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-018-0292-y
  14. Williams P. A., Crespo O., Mumuni A. and Simpson N. P. (2018). A systematic review of how vulnerability of smallholder agricultural systems to changing climate is assessed in Africa. Environ. Res. Lett. 13(10) https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/aae026
  15. Williams P. A., Larbi R. T., Yeboah I and Frempong G.K. (2018). Smallholder farmers’ experiences of climate variability and change on pineapple production in Ghana: Examining adaptation strategies for improved production. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development.10 (2) pp 35-43 DOI: 10.5897/JAERD2017.0919

Conference Papers

  1. Akon-Yamga, G. (2018). Philosophy and Public Policymaking: On the Need for Conceptual Clarity in the Natural Resources Curse Thesis. A Paper Presented at the 2018 Public Philosophy Network Conference, 8th -11th February 2018, Boulder, Co., USA.
  2. Akon-Yamga, G. (2018). Nudging for the Attainment of Sustainable Development Goal 6 in Ghana. A Paper Presented at the 2018 16th GLOBELICS International Conference 2018, 24th -26th October 2018, Accra, Ghana.
  3. Asafu-Adjaye, N. Y., Amikuzuno, J. and Issahaku, G. (2018), Who benefits, Who Loses and What can be done? – An Assessment of the Economic Impacts of Climate Change with and without Adaptation on Smallholder Farmers in Ghana. Paper Presented at 30th International Conference of Agricultural Economist. July 28 – August 2, 2018. Vancouver.
  4. Asafu-Adjaye, N.Y. Quaye, W., Yeboah, A., Agbedanu, E. E. (2018) “Gendered Analysis of ICT Enabled Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services: The Case of Agro-Tech Smart Extension Model”. Paper Presented at 16th International GLOBELICS Conference. 24th to 26th October, 2018 Mensvic Hotel, Accra. 5. Boadu, P., Aidoo, R., Ohene-Yankyera, K., Kleih, U., Abdoulaye, T., Maroya, N., Orchard, O., Bekoe, S. (2018). Analysis of seed yam varieties, sources and quantity demanded in major yam producing districts in Ghana. A paper presented at the 16th International Globelics Conference, 24-26th October 2018, Accra, Ghana.
  5. Omari, R. (2018). Bridging Research-Industry Gap– The Necessities. A presentation at 16th Globelics International Conference. 24th - 26th October, 2018, Mensvic Grand Hotel, Accra, Ghana.
  6. Omari, R. (2018). The role of research in the Policy process: the case of six policies in Ghana. A presentation at the CSIR-RSA AGM, 16th – 18th October, 2018, Accra, Ghana.
  7. Omari, R. (2018). Advocacy for scaling up biofortified crops for improved micronutrient status in Africa: Approaches, Successes, Challenges and Lessons. A paper presented at 8th ANEC Conference, 1-5 October 2018, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
  8. Omari, R. (2018). Combating micronutrient deficiency: The role of biofortification. A presentation made at the Technical Workshop on Food Safety and Healthy Diets, 12-13 September 2018, Vatican City.
  9. Omari, R. (2018). Existing policy and regulatory framework for aflatoxin control in Ghana. A presentation made at the launch of Aflase GH02, June 29, 2018, Alisa Hotel, Accra, Ghana.
  10. Omari, R. (2018). Risk assessment of aflatoxin in weanimix complementary food. A paper presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (HESI), June 12-13, 2018, Fairmont Washington DC Hotel, DC USA.
  11. Osei-Amponsah, C. Paassen A. V. and Essegbey, G.O. (2018) Agricultural partnerships for inclusive innovation: transforming soybean value chains in the Northern Region of Ghana, 16th Globelics Conference 2018.
  12. Osei-Amponsah, C. (2018). Agricultural Partnerships: Inclusive Development and Empowerment Outcomes and participated in discussions at an Agriculture Sector Working Group meeting, organized by the Ministry of Food and Agriculture in collaboration with development partners involved in agriculture, at the MoFA Resource Centre, Accra, 30th August 2018

Technical Reports

  1. Agyeman A., Quaye W., Boadu P., Akuffobea-Essilfie M., Asafu-Adjaye N.Y. and Atibilla, T. (2018). Information Note from findings of a study on: “Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Atebubu-Amantin Municipal in Ghana using the CBMS”.
  2. Akuffobea-Essilfie M., Liwenga E., Essegbey G.O. and Wellard K. (2018). Information note from findings of a study on: “Assessing gendered impacts of climate variability on community livelihoods in protected areas: A case of rural communities in Agogo, Asante Akim North District of Ghana”.
  3. Dzanku M. F., Zambrano P., Woodsichra U., Falck-Zepeda B. J., Chambers A. J., Hanson H., and Boadu P. (2018). Adoption of GM crops in Ghana: Ex ante estimations for insect-resistant cowpea and nitrogen-use efficient rice. IFPRI Discussion Paper 01775. December 2018.
  4. Osei-Amponsah C., Asafu-Adjaye N. Y., Addo M. D. and Sarpong-Anane A. (2018). Sustainable intensification gaps in agricultural policies and programmes of Ghana. Africa RISING Project.
  5. Osei-Amponsah C. (2018). Focused (Agriculture) Political Economy Analysis report: CONNECT- Mainstreaming Biodiversity into the heart of Government decisions Project.
  6. Osei-Amponsah C. (2018). Country Political Economy Analysis report: CONNECT, Mainstreaming Biodiversity into the heart of Government decisions Project (IIED/ UNEPWCMC).

2017

Refereed Journal Papers

  1. Essegbey, G.O., Owuraku Sakyi-Dawson, Dansou Kossou, Bara Ouologuem, Fiadiala Dembele, Richard Adu-Acheampong and Janice Jiggins (2017) “External influences on agro-enterprise innovation platforms in Benin, Ghana and Mali – Options for effective   responses”, Cah. Agric., 26, 45011.
  2. Owusu-Amankwah, R., Guido Ruivenkamp, George O. Essegbey and Godfred Frempong (2017) “The Nature, Extent and Effect of Diversification on Livelihoods of Farmers: A Case Study of Cocoa Farmers in Ghana”, International Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 652 – 657.
  3. Quaye, W., Fuseini, M., Boadu, P and Asafu-Adjaye, N.Y. (2017): Bridging the gender gap in agricultural development through gender responsive Extension and rural Advisory Services Delivery in Ghana, Journal of Gender Studies, DOI:10.1080/09589236.2017.14199- 41
  4. Quaye, W., Onumah, J.A. Tortoe, C., Akonor, P.T. and Buckman, E. (2017): Investigating the adoption of the root and tuber composite flour (RTCF) technology transferred among micro- and small-scale  entrepreneurs (MSEs) in the bakery industry in Ghana, African  Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development     DOI:10.1080/20421338.2017.1405545
  5. Quaye, W., Asafu-Adjaye, N.Y., Yeboah, A., Osei, C. and Agbedanu, E.E. (2017) Appraisal of the AgroTech Smart Extension Model in Ghana, Payment options and         Challenges in ICT- enabled  extension services  delivery. International Journal of      Agricultural Education and Extension 3(3): 072-084
  6. Damman, S., Helness, H., Amisigo, B., Asare R., Ama Banu R., Asante K.A., Bjørkvoll T., Azrague K., Akuffobea M., Logah F., Williams P. A., Amu Mensah F., Fuseini M.,      Essegbey G.O., (2017). Sustainability and the Social Construction of Technology:  The         Case of Rain Water Harvesting as Source of Water Supply in Greater Accra. European     Journal of Sustainable Development, 6 (4) 41-52
  7. Omari R., Ruivenkamp G.T.P., Tetteh, E.K. (2017) Consumers’ trust in government institutions and their perception and concern about safety and healthiness of fast food. Journal of Trust Research 7 (2), 170-186
  8. Omari R., Quorantsen K.E., Omari P.K. (2017) Nutrition knowledge and food consumption practices and barriers in rural Ghana: The case of foods for preventing vitamin A and iron deficiencies. Afr. J. Food Agric. Nutr. Dev 17 (1), 11639-11656
  9. Omari R. (2017) Mechanisms for Strengthening Evidence-Based Policy and Practice: A Review. In: M. F. Kebe C., Gueye A., Ndiaye A. (eds) Innovation and Interdisciplinary Solutions  for  Underserved  Areas. pp 156-161. InterSol 2017, CNRIA 2017, Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Tecommunications Engineering, vol 204. Springer, Cham.        DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-72965-7_15
  10. Agyeman, A. and Nsowah-Nuamah, N.N.N. 2017. Estimating the Returns to Schooling: Restricted Maximum Likelihood Approach. Statistika: Statistics and Economy Journal 97(1):104-117.
  11. Amponsah, S. H., Berchie, J. N., Manu-Aduening, J.A., Danquah, E. O., Osei Adu, J., Agyeman, A. and Bessah, E. 2017. Performance of an improved manual            cassava harvesting tool as influenced by planting position and cassava variety.  African          Journal  of Agricultural Research 12(5): 309-319.
  12. Osei-Amponsah, C., van Paassen, A. and Klerkx, L. (2018). Diagnosing  institutional         logics in  partnerships  and  how  they  evolve  through  institutional bricolage: Insights        from soybean and cassava value chains in Ghana. NJAS-Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences, 84:13-26, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.njas.2017.10.005
  13. Williams, P. A., Frempong, G. K., Akuffobea, M. and Onumah, J. A. (2017). “Contributions of multinational enterprises to economic development in Ghana: A myth or reality?” International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 6:12 Pp.  2068-2081
  14. Williams, P.A., Crespo, O., Atkinson, C. J., and Essegbey, G. O. (2017) “Impact of climate variability on pineapple  production in Ghana” Agriculture & Food Security         6:26 DOI10.1186/s40066-017-0104x
  15. Williams, P.A., Crespo, O., Essegbey, G.O. (2017) “Economic implications of a changing climate on smallholder pineapple production in Ghana”, Journal of           Economics  and Sustainable Development, Vol.8, No. 18, pp. 34 – 43.
  16. Cazabon, D., Fobil, J.N., Essegbey, G.O. & Basu, N. (2017) “Structured Identification of Response Options to Address Environmental Health  Risks at the Agbogbloshie        Electronic Waste Site”, Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, Volume        13, Number 6, pp. 980 – 991.

Unedited Conference Papers

  1. Essegbey, G.O. and Onumah, J.A. (2017). Science, Technology and Innovation Policy -Issues of Relevance and Impact  for Africa in relation to the Sustainable Development        Goals. A paper presented to the 2017 AFRICALICS Conference, 27th – 29th November,  2017, Oran, Algeria
  2. Onumah, J.A., Sarpong-Anane, A.B. Akuffobea, M., Williams, P.A and Essegbey, G.O. (2017). The Role of Policy and Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) in Ghana’s Agricultural Development: A Case of the Rice Industry. Development Innovation, Putting the Pieces together. In Boadu, P., Quaye, W., Onumah J.A. and Essegbey, G.O. (Eds). ISBN 978-9988-2-5383-7 pp. 184-200.
  3. Williams, P. A., Akuffobea, M., Onumah, J. A. and Asare, R., (2017). Performance of          Innovation among Firms in Ghana: Challenges and Opportunities. Development      Innovation, Putting the Pieces Together. In Boadu, P., Quaye, W., Onumah J.A.  and   Essegbey, G.O. (Eds). ISBN 978-9988-2-5383-7 pp. 302-313.
  4. Ransford Karbo & Roland Asare (2017). Contribution of Renewable Energy to Socio-Economic Development of Communities in Ghana: Key Challenges and Policy        Implications. Presented at the 3rd Ghana Renewable Energy Fair, International      Conference Center, Accra. 11th October 2017.
  5. Osei-Amponsah, C., Klerkx, L., van Paassen, A., van Mierlo, B.and Essegbey, G.O. (2017). Institutional Entrepreneurship for Innovations in Agricultural Value Chains: What more for project-based partnerships? In Boadu, P., Quaye, W., Onumah, J., and Essegbey, G.O. (Eds.), Development innovation-Putting the pieces together. (p. 71-85). Proceedings of the Innovation conference Ghana, Accra, 27th-28th September 2016, Print           Innovation, Accra.
  6. Onumah, J.A., Quaye, W., Decker, E. and Essegbey, G.O. (2017). Spreading the “Gospel”of Science, Technology and Innovation Research in Ghana: A Two-Case Experience of the CSIR-Science and Technology Policy Research Institute. The Global  Network for Economics of Learning, Innovation, and Competence Building Systems  (GLOBELICS) Conference on 11th-13th October, 2017, Athens, Greece.

Book Chapters

  1. Fu, X., Essegbey, G.O., and Frempong, G.K. (2017) “MNEs’ and Capabilities Building in Ghana”, in Pervez N. Ghauri, Xiaolan Fu and Juha Vaatanen (Eds.) Multinational Enterprises and Sustainable Development, International Business & Management Vol. 33,  Emerald Publishing, Bingley, UK, pp.173-194.
  2. Osei-Amponsah,C. (2016). Research and experimentation in support of artisanal palm oil production in Ghana, In Innovation Systems: Towards Effective Strategies in support of Smallholder Farmers. (Eds.). Francis, J., Mytelka, L., van Huis, A. and Röling, N. 2016. Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) and Wageningen University (WUR)/Convergence of Sciences- Strengthening Innovation Systems (CoS-SIS), Wageningen.

Monographs, Handbooks, Pamphlets/Policy Briefs

  1. Edited) Osei-Amponsah, C., van Paassen, A., Essegbey, G.O., and Bolfrey-Ark, G. (2017). Innovation Platform  as  a  tool  for  agricultural  development: Insights for research and extension, CSIR-STEPRI policy brief
  2. Osei-Amponsah, C., van Paassen, A. and Essegbey, G.O., (2017). Creating public-private partnerships and innovation platforms for agricultural development: Insights for development partners, CSIR-STEPRI policy brief

Technical Reports

  1. Adofo, K., Baafi, E., Adu-Kwarteng, E., Quain, M. D., Amengor, N. E. Appiah Danquah, P., Bortey, H. M., Asamoah, E. A. Aubyn, A., Appiah-Kubi, D., Osei, Bonsu, P., Akom, M.,     Oppong, A., Agyeman, A., Addo, A., Mochia, M., Sanda, U., Osei, K., Bolfrey-Arku, G.,     Boakye, S. G., Awoodzie, J. K., Asamoah Obeng, N., Okyere, F., Amoa-Owusu, A.,      Allotey, L. N. A., Akomeah, B. and Abrokwaah, L. A. (2017). Release of Sweet Potato     Genotypes. Report submitted to the National Variety Release committee in support of the     release of four sweet potato varieties in Ghana.
  2. Ampadu-Ameyaw R., Omari R., Essegbey G.O. (2017) Factors Influencing Scaling-up of Agricultural Innovations: Lessons from Ghana. FARA Research Results 1 (4), 20.
  3. Ampadu-Ameyaw R., Omari R., Essegbey G.O. (2017) Development and Analysis        of the Rice Value Chain for the Hohoe and Jasikan Districts of the Volta Region, Ghana. FARA  Research Results 1 (1), 48.
  4. Julia Tagwireyi and Omari R. (2017). A situational analysis of regional investments, policies, and legislation and advocacy efforts on food-based approaches to combating micronutrient deficiency in Sub-Saharan Africa: Focus on biofortification. FARA Research Report, 1(7).
  5. Opoku M. and Omari R. (2017) Orange-fleshed sweet potato (OFSP) marketing plan. A report Submitted to the International Potato Center (CIP), Ghana.
  6. Omari R. (2017) Building Nutritious Food Baskets Project (BNFB) Regional advocacy strategy 2017 and beyond. Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa, Accra, Ghana.
  7. Roland Asare, Wilhelmina Quaye, George Essegbey, Ransford Karbo and Asafu-Adjaye N.Y. (2017). Assessment of Technology Transfer System in Ghana- CSIR      Technology Development and Transfer Center.

2016

Refereed Journal Papers

  1. Asare, R. and Essegbey, G.O. (2016). Funding of agricultural research and development in Ghana: The Case of Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). Technology and Investment, 7, 40-50. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ti.2016.72006
  2. Omari R., Jongerden, J.P., Essegbey, G., Frempong, G., Ruivenkamp, G.T.P. (2016) The Role of Convenience in Fast Food Consumption in Urban Ghana. Journal of Scientific Research & Reports 11(4): 1-12 3. Osei-Amponsah, C., Sakyi-Dawson, O., Adjei-Nsiah, S., Adu-Acheampong, R., Essegbey, G. and Quarmine, W. (2016). Embedding research for innovation to meet societal needs in national research systems: experiences from Ghana. Cahiers Agricultures 2016-25, 65004. DOI:10.1051/cagri/2016047
  3. Osei-Amponsah, C. and Leontine Visser (2016). Does actor perspective matter? A case study of designing intervention for small-scale palm oil production enterprises in Kwaebibirem district of Ghana. Sociology and Anthropology of Development Group, Wageningen University and Research Centre. Rural Sociology 81(2), 2016, pp. 224–248
  4. Tetteh E.K., Frempong G., Obirih-Opareh N., Omari R. (2016). Does microcredit create employment for the poor? The case of the Microcredit Scheme of Upper Manya Krobo Rural Bank. Business & Economics Journal, 7: 190. doi:10.4172/2151-219.1000190
  5. Omari R. and Frempong G. (2016). Food safety concerns of fast food consumers in urban Ghana. Appetite 98 (2016) 49-54.
  6. Asare, R.,           Sakyi,     P.            A.,           Fynn,     O.            F.             &             Osiakwan,            G.            M                (2016).   Assessment        of            Groundwater     quality  and        its suitability for domestic and agricultural purposes in parts of the Central Region, Ghana. West African Journal of Applied Ecology, 24, 67-89.
  7. Williams, P.A., Akuffobea, M., Onumah, J.A. and Essegbey, G.O. (2016), “Meeting productive capacity of agro-processors in Ghana: What are the drivers?” International Journal of Development and Sustainability, Vol. 5 No. 10, pp. 495-507.

Book Chapters

     1. Essegbey, G.O. and Stephen Awuni (2016) “Chapter 5: Herbal Medicine in the Informal Sector of Ghana”, in Erika Kraemer-Mbula and Sacha Wunsh-Vincent                 (Eds.) The Informal Economy in Developing Nations – The Hidden Engine of Innovation? Cambridge University Press, pp. 194 – 227

  1. Quaye, W., Ruivenkamp, G., Essegbey, G., Onumah, J.A. and Jongerden, J. (2016): Approaches to Promote the Inclusion of Smallholder Farmers as Suppliers of Large-Scale Institutional Food Purchase Programmes: A Case of the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) in Da Silva, C., Mpagalile, J., van Rooyen, J. & Rizzo, C. (Eds) “Enabling more inclusive and efficient food and agricultural systems in Africa” Rome, Italy, pp. 3-13. (ISBN 978-92-5-109498-3)
  2. Sarpong-Anane, Afua B (2014).”Globalization and indigenous conflict management: Experiences from Africa”, in Indigenous conflict management strategies. Lexington Books, Plymouth,UK. (ISBN:9780739188040, 0739188046). pp. 75-83

Technical Reports

    1. Quaye, W., Awuni, S., Abubakari M., Addo-Yobo., F and Rockson, G. (2016). Baseline Survey Report for ‘Operationalizing Green Economy Transition in Africa:               Status of Green Economy Initiatives in Tolon District, Tema and Kumasi Metropolitan Assemblies-Ghana. GIZ/UNEP Green Economy Transition Project Report, June         2016. 85pages        

  1. Ampadu-Ameyaw, R., Omari R., Essegbey G.O., and Dery, S. (2016). Status of Agricultural Innovations, Innovation Platforms, and Innovations Investment. 2015 PARI project country report: Republic of Ghana. Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA), Accra Ghana. 177pages. http:// research4agrinnovation.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Ghana_InnovationStudy.pdf
  2. Onumah, J.A, Quaye, W., Ampadu-Ameyaw, R and G.O Essegbey (2016) Competition and Foreign Direct Investment in Ghana-Implications for Responsible Business’. Proceedings from Policy Symposium organised in Collaboration with Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI) at CSIR-STEPRI Conference Room,Accra. 28pages.
  3. Ampadu-Ameyaw R, Quaye W, Onumah J.A and G O Essegbey (2016) ‘Policy Implementation in Ghana: A Case of the Science, Technology and Innovation Development Programme (STIDEP) and Options for Enhancement’. Proceedings from Policy Symposium organised in Collaboration with Ministry of Environment Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) at CSIR-STEPRI Conference Room, Accra. 28pages.
  4. Quaye W, Onumah J.A, Ampadu-Ameyaw R, and G O Essegbey (2016). “Chemical Adulteration and its Impact on Vegetable Production and Marketing in Ghana”. Proceedings from Policy Symposium organised in Collaboration with Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) at CLOSSAG Conference Room in Accra. 25pages.
  5. Essegbey, G.O, Ampadu-Ameyaw, R., Omari and W. Quaye (2016). Strengthening Agricultural Policy Practice in Africa (SAPPA), Ghana Consolidated Report prepared for Barefoot Education for Afrika Trust (BEAT). 166pages.
  6. Sarpong-Anane, Afua B. and Essegbey, G.O (2016) Report on official visit to South Africa: Towards improving bilateral relations by the council for scientific and industrial research of Ghana with the council for scientific and industrial research of South Africa.
  7. Quaye, W., Decker, E., Onumah, J.A and Asabo, R. (2016). CSIR- Technology Development and Transfer Centre 3rd Quarterly Report. 46pages.
  8. Tetteh, E. K (2016) Monitoring and Evaluation Report of 17 CSIR-Technology Development and Transfer Centre Funded projects. 45pages.
  9. Tetteh, E. K (2016) Productivity Analysis Report of 11 CSIR-Technology Development and Transfer Centre Funded projects. 35pages.
  10. CSIR-STEPRI (2016). Business Plan for the Commercial Cultivation of Oil Palm Mushroom, Accra. 28 Pages.
  11. CSIR-STEPRI (2016). Business Plan for the Promotion of Innovative Rainwater Harvesting Technology, Accra. 26 Pages.
  12. CSIR-STEPRI (2016). Business Plan for the Promotion of the Mechanized Palm Nuts Cracker and Kernel-Shell Separator (MPCKSS) Technology, Accra. 28 Pages.
  13. CSIR-STEPRI (2016). Business Plan for the Promotion of High Rate Low Temperature (HRLT) Extraction Plant, Accra. 31pages.
  14. CSIR-STEPRI (2016) Business Plan for the Promotion of Commercial Distribution/Marketing of Pozzomix Cement. 25pages