Theodora Akweley Asiamah is a Lecturer at the School of Sustainable Development of the University of Environment and Sustainable Development (UESD). Prior to joining UESD, she worked with Nobel International Business School as a Teaching Faculty and Program Director of the Doctor of Business Leadership and PhD Programs. She has a wealth of industry experience as she worked with various organisations prior to developing her career in Academia. She has a diverse background as a result of her educational background and work experience. She has strong competences in both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies and is keen in conducting studies that seek to address concerns of Financial Inclusion, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Agriculture and and Gender
1. Asiamah, T. A. and Steel, W. F. (2020). Urban Food Market Decongestion and Development Following COVID-19, Encyclopedia, 2020, v1. Available online: https://encyclopedia.pub/982
2. Asiamah T.A., Ackah, C. and Osei-Akoto, I. (2017). From non-market to market institutions: The Transition of risk-sharing mechanisms in Ghana: In Quartey, Adjei-Mensah and Bamba (Eds.) Multidisciplinary perspectives on transformation in Africa. Sub-Saharan Publishers.
3. Aboagye, G.S., Awotwi, E. K., Ahunu, B.K. and T. A. Tetteh (1999). Characterization of the West African Dwarf Goat of Ghana for some qualitative traits. Ghana Society of Animal Production. Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Conference.
August 2015 – Recipient of 8,000RMB research award from the New Structural Economics Centre, University of Peking, China to conduct a country study on the topic Applying the Growth and Identification Framework: The case of Ghana.
1. July 2013 – DAAD PhD Scholarship to pursue a Ph D. in Development Studies with the Ghanaian-German Centre for Development Studies, University of Ghana, Legon
2. June 2000: University of Ghana Award for best First-Degree dissertation in Agricultural Science
3. March 1998: Prof. F. T. Saias Award for best female First-year student in Agricultural Science
Local Implementation of SDG 11: Stakeholders, Collaboration and Gender Consideration