|Education||Ph.D. Economics, Kobe University; Mphil Economics & B.A. Economics with Statistics, University of Ghana|
|STAAARS+ Research||Market Shocks, Seasonality and Welfare Outcomes in Ghana: The Mediating role of Market Access|
Frank Adusah-Poku is an applied micro economist whose research focuses on energy and environmental economics issues such as energy poverty, energy access, energy expenditure, environmental pollution, among others. His recent works have focused on the gender and household food security, the linkage between cooking fuel and women empowerment, and economic inequalities and rural-urban disparities in the use of clean cooking fuels. He is currently a Lecturer at the Department of Economics, KNUST. He is also a Fellow at the Africa Research and Impact Network (ARIN), Nairobi-Kenya and a Junior Research Fellow at the ENNRI-EfD Ghana. He teachers Economics courses both at the graduate and undergraduate levels. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Economics from Kobe University, Japan. He also hold a Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) degree in Economics and Bachelor of Arts (B.A) degree in Economics with Statistics, both from the University of Ghana.