“The Role of the Academy and the Successful Management of Ghana’s Oil and Gas Industry,” Africa Today (2014) 61(2): 79-107.
“An Exploratory Survey of Petroleum Skills and Training in Ghana, 2012,” Africa Today (2014) 60 (3): 57-80.
Ghana’s Industrial Relations and Labor Laws (A monograph on Ghana’s labor policies, laws and practices from colonial times to the present). The International Encyclopedia of Laws: Labor Law and Industrial Relations Series, Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, Deventer, The Netherlands, 2008, Revised, April 2012.
“Trade Unions, Democratic Transition and Organizational Challenges: The Case of the Ghana TUC (1989-2009)” in Craig Phelan, Ed: Labor in West Africa, Peter Lang, 2011.
“The Crucial Roles of Model Oil Agreements: The Public Policy Implications and Requirements” Ghana Policy Journal, 4th Edition, The Institute of Economic Affairs, Ghana, (2011).
Contributor, “Oil Exploration and Production: A Baseline Socio-Economic Survey of Six Coastal Fringe Districts in the Western Region of Ghana,” Institute for Development Studies, University of Cape Coast, Draft Report, December, 2010.
Book Review: Michael Amoah, Reconstructing the Nation in Africa: The Politics of Nationalism in Ghana, Tauris Academic Series, London & New York, 2007, International Affairs, Vol. 83, No. 3, 2007, p. 608.
Awards and Honors
Senior Fulbright Scholar, Council for International Exchange of Scholars (2011)
Hearing Committee Member, Board of Bar Overseers of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Boston, MA., (2010-2013)
Chair and Member Ph. D. & MA Thesis Committees, LPS and Political Science Department, Northeastern University, Boston (1989-Present )
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