Emmanuel Yeboah-Assiamah
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A socio‐cultural approach to public sector corruption in Africa: key pointers for reflection
E Yeboah‐Assiamah, K Asamoah, JN Bawole, IJ Musah‐Surugu
Journal of Public Affairs 16 (3), 279-293, 2016
242016
Institutional assessment in natural resource governance: A conceptual overview
E Yeboah-Assiamah, K Muller, KA Domfeh
Forest policy and economics 74, 1-12, 2017
222017
Power to the people! How far has the power gone to the people? A qualitative assessment of decentralization practice in Ghana
E Yeboah-Assiamah
Journal of Asian and African studies 51 (6), 683-699, 2016
212016
Rising to the challenge: A framework for optimising value in collaborative natural resource governance
E Yeboah-Assiamah, K Muller, KA Domfeh
Forest Policy and Economics 67, 20-29, 2016
172016
Enhancing public sector productivity in Ghana: A qualitative study
K Asamoah, A Osei-Kojo, E Yeboah-Assiamah
Journal of Public Administration and Governance 3 (3), 22-34, 2013
172013
Decades of public-private partnership in solid waste management: a literature analysis of key lessons drawn from Ghana and India
E Yeboah-Assiamah, K Asamoah, TA Kyeremeh
Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, 2017
162017
Therefore, is bureaucracy dead? Making a case for complementarity of paradigms in public administrative thinking and discourse
E Yeboah-Assiamah, K Asamoah, TA Kyeremeh
International Journal of Public Administration 39 (5), 382-394, 2016
162016
The calculus of corruption: a paradox of ‘strong’corruption amidst ‘strong’systems and institutions in developing administrative systems
E Yeboah‐Assiamah, S Alesu‐Dordzi
Journal of Public Affairs 16 (2), 203-216, 2016
152016
Corruption here, corruption there, corruption everywhere: a framework for understanding and addressing public sector corruption in developing African democracies
E Yeboah-Assiamah, K Asamoah, A Osei-kojo
Journal of Public Administration and Governance 4 (3), 186-204, 2014
142014
‘Strong Personalities’ and ‘Strong Institutions’ Mediated by a ‘Strong Third Force’: Thinking ‘Systems’ in Corruption Control
E Yeboah-Assiamah
Public Organization Review 17 (4), 545-562, 2017
132017
Demons of transitional democracies: Politics of insults and acrimony in Ghana
K Asamoah, E Yeboah-Assiamah, A Osei-Kojo
Journal of Social Science Studies 1 (1), 44-56, 2014
132014
“Ubuntu philosophy” for public leadership and governance praxis: Revisiting the ethos of Africa’s collectivism
K Asamoah, E Yeboah-Assiamah
Journal of Global Responsibility, 2019
112019
A critical assessment of public administration and civil disobedience in developing African democracies: An institutional analysis of mob justice in Ghana
E Yeboah-Assiamah, TA Kyeremeh
Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization 28 (1), 2014
92014
‘Complex crisis’ and the rise of collaborative natural resource governance: institutional trajectory of a wildlife governance experience in Ghana
E Yeboah-Assiamah, K Muller, KA Domfeh
Environment, Development and Sustainability 20 (5), 2205-2224, 2018
82018
Implementing Small Scale Mining Laws in Ghana: Insights from the Prestea Huni Valley District.
A Osei-Kojo, K Asamoah, E Yeboah-Assiamah
8*2016
Involvement of private actors in the provision of urban sanitation services; potential challenges and precautions: A conceptual paper
E Yeboah-Assiamah
Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, 2015
82015
Rural Poverty and Artisanal Mining in Sub-Saharan Africa: New Perspective through Environment–Poverty Paradox
IMS Justice, A Ahenkan, JN Bawole, E Yeboah-Assiamah
International Journal of Rural Management 13 (2), 162-181, 2017
72017
Public sector leadership‐subordinate ethical diffusion conundrum: perspectives from developing African countries
E Yeboah‐Assiamah, K Asamoah, JN Bawole, T Buabeng
Journal of Public Affairs 16 (4), 320-330, 2016
72016
Business Ethics in Islam: Assessing Traders' Understanding of Islamic Work Ethics; Perspectives of Muslim Market Women in Kumasi Central Market, Ghana
E Yeboah-Assiamah
Journal of Studies in Social Sciences 9 (1), 2014
72014
Transdisciplinary public leadership theory: Between the extremes of “traditional public administration” and “new public management”
E Yeboah‐Assiamah, K Asamoah, S Adams
Journal of public affairs 19 (1), e1887, 2019
62019
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