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Ms. Agnes Naa Abeley Abbey


  

 Ms. Agnes Naa Abeley Abbey

 

Contact Details:

Phone: 0243113435/0506111412

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Office: McCarthy Hill Campus (Former Admissions Office)

Office Hours: 8am-5pm (Mondays – Fridays)

 

Education

  • MBA (Business Administration): University of Eastern Finland, Finland
  • MSc (Bio-Economy and Natural Resources Management): University of Eastern Finland, Finland
  • BSc. (Biological Science): University of Cape Coast, Cape-Coast

 

Workshops and Conferences Attended

  • Climate change and the need for environmental management. Durban, South-Africa.
  • Bio-Economy and Sustainability in Africa. CSIR-FORIG, Kumasi –Ghana.
  • Impact of Climate Change, Global trade, Urbanization and Biotechnology on Land Use in Ghana and Africa as a whole. British Council, Accra-Ghana.
  • (AEAGOS PROJECT). Building the Spatial Data Infrastructure for Geo-resources in Africa. Coconut Groove Regency Hotel. Accra-Ghana.

Publications

  • Darko R O, Yuan S Q, Yan H F, Liu JP, Abbey A. (2016). Calibration and validation of AquaCrop for deficit and full irrigation of tomato. Int J Agric & Eng, 9(3): 104-110
  • Darko R O, Yuan S, Simmons K, Abbey A, Liu J, Kumi F. (2016). Constraints encountered in teaching practical agriculture in selected senior high schools in Sekondi-Takoradi metropolis. International Journal of Information Research and Review, 3(7), 2604-2611.

Research/Scholarly Interests

  • Organizational Development and Change Management
  • Brand and Reputation Management
  • Environmental Management and Economics
  • Climate Change and Carbon Trading
  • Marketing and International Corporate Strategies
  • Social Innovation Strategy/ Strategic Marketing

Working Papers

  • The Potential Effects Of REDD+ Implementation on Livelihoods: Case Studies in Forest and Forest Savannah Transition Zones, Ghana.
  • Benefit Sharing Mechanisms for communities participating in REDD+.