Leading Research Institutions Set To Release Research Findings On Ghana

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As Ghana approaches another watershed election, four partner research institutions are releasing their innovative research findings, seeking to answer one of the most pressing development challenges facing Ghana: How to achieve socio-economic transformation in the context of acrimonious politics.

Running from April 4 to 6 2016, this seminal event brings together Ghana Centre for Democratic Development, The University of Ghana Business School, The Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research and The Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre of The University of Manchester, UK.

The research focuses on a number of important development domains including the dynamics of natural resources, the determinants of quality public services in health and education and the challenges and prospects for public sector reform in Ghana.

By stimulating debate amongst citizens, policy makers, and political parties preparing their manifestos, this event has the potential to make a real difference to the thinking and policy making that shapes the future of Ghana’s development.

Prestigious speakers include Prof. Emanuel Gyimah-Boadi of CDD-Ghana, Prof. Joshua Abor of the University of Ghana Business School and Dr. Robert Osei of ISSER. Other key speakers are Professor Kwesi Botchway, Chairman of The National Development Planning Commission, Professor David Hulme, CEO of ESID and Mr. Amoako Tuffour of the Africa Center for Economic Transformation.

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