Ama Asantewah Ahene-Codjoe
Senior Researcher in Economics
Ama has a PhD in Economics from The University of Nottingham and has previously worked with the Advisory service line at Ernst & Young (Ghana) as well as with the Economics Division at the Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at the University of Ghana. Her areas of expertise and specialisation include economic and statistical research with a focus on micro-econometrics; program management; and monitoring and evaluation.
Fred Kusim Awindaogo
Researcher in Law and Political Economy
Fred is a Senior State State Attorney at the Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Justice. Has been called to the Ghana Bar as a Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme Court of Ghana. He lectures law at Lancaster University, Ghana and Ghana Institute of Business and Public Administration (GIMPA). He holds a Master in International Law (MIL) from the Graduate Institute, Geneva Switzerland, a Master of Laws (LLM) from the University of Ghana and certified by the Ghana Stock Exchange. His areas of expertise are Law and Political Economy.
Adzo Woeyram Makafui Baku
Junior Researcher in Law
Adzo is a graduate of the University of Ghana where she took a first degree in Law and awaits the conferment of a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from the same institution. She has experience as a legal intern and research assistant with the Alliance Partners, GRM Law Consult (Law firms in Ghana), the Minerals Commission and Judicial Services of Ghana. Adzo’s research interests and expertise focus on issues of natural resource management and fate of nations, the formulation of national and international policy in public governance and human rights especially of disadvantaged and vulnerable groups.
Angela Azumah Alu
Junior Researcher in Economics
Angela is a PhD candidate with the department of Finance at the University of Ghana Business School. She holds an MPhil in Finance from the former. Her primary research fields include Banking and Financial Markets.