Kingsley Essegbey has served as Assistant Director (Research Scientist) of NYU Africa House, a Provost Institute at New York University, Washington Square campus. In this capacity he also coordinated several research programs for Development Research Institute (DRI) and Center for Technology and Economic Development (CTED).


In this section, I present my reflections, essays, articles and peer reviewed papers on seminal social analysis. Growth, Green Procurement Management & Financial Risk Management for PMO advising are also interesting areas of research.

“Confronting Ebola: A Capabilities Approach to Public Health Resource Delivery,” peer reviewed by Prof. D. Purves, May 2016.

“Effects of Encroachment on the Weija Lake,” peer reviewed by Dr. John Nyametso, May 2012.

“Impacts of Entrepreneurship on the Environment,” peer reviewed by Prof. C. Dorm-Adzobu, March 2011, Education without Boarders Summit, Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT), UAE.

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Recommended Reading List

Asiama R. and Amoah, A. (2018) “Non-performing loans and monetary policy dynamics in Ghana.” African Journal of Economic and Management Studies



11/12/2018 |  by Yaw Nyarko

On November 6, 2018, Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo rang the opening bell on the trading floor of the Ghana Commodities Exchange (GCX) to commence trading. After several years of planning and research, the opening unlocks economic opportunities for smallholder farmers across the country. With research funding provided by the International Growth Centre (IGC) based in the London School of Economics, the NYU Abu Dhabi Research Institute, and other donors, we have conducted several research studies on the evaluation of exchange and mobile apps for trading.

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