Emmanuel Adu-Danso

Education Ph.D., Development Economics, University of Ghana
STAARS Research Structural Transformation in Rural Ghana: Which Constraints Bind?
Contact ekadu-danso@ug.edu.gh

Dr. Emmanuel Adu-Danso is a lecturer at the Department of Economics of the University of Ghana. He holds a Master of Philosophy Degree in Economics and a PhD in Development Economics. His research interests include innovation, entrepreneurship, education (and skills mismatch), and environmental economics. Emmanuel has published in a number of journals including Innovation and Development and the Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Emmanuel is affiliated with the African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA) as a Consultant on the ARUA-Carnegie Data-Gathering and Benchmarking Project. Emmanuel has previously worked as a Research Associate on a three-year experimental design project funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) on Soft Skills for the Youth in Africa (the case of Ghana) and an investigator on a national census and baseline study of 'productive' MSMEs in Ghana for the Ghana Enterprises Agency (GEA).

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