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2010Technology Transfer and human resource constraints and challenges: A note to the developing worldDartey-Baah, K.
2011Stakeholders' perceptions of the main challenges facing Ghana's mental health care system: A qualitative analysisDoku, V.; Ofori-Atta, A.; Akpalu, B.; Osei, A.; Read, U.; Cooper, S.
2007Social Responsibility and Ethics in Ghana: Stakeholders Expectations and Challenges,’ in Okpara J. (editor), Management and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Theoretical and Applied PerspectivesOfori, D.
2012Managerial problems of hospitals under Ghana's National Health Insurance SchemeSakyi, E. K.,; Atinga, R. A.; Adzei, F. A
Jul-2012Managerial problems of hospitals under Ghana’s National Health Insurance SchemeSakyi, E.K.; Atinga, R.A.; Adzei, F.A.
Nov-2014The Prospects and Challenges of Building a World Class University in a Globalized World: The Case of the University of GhanaAppiah, J.; Boamah, K.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy
Jul-2015The Institution and Challenges of Alternative Dispute Resolution (Adr) in West Africa: The Case of GhanaAhorsu, K.; Abdul-Rafiu, A.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities, Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy
Jul-2015An Assessment of the Challenges in the Implementation of Ghana’s Foreign Policy under the Fourth Republic (1993-2015)Mba, M.M
Mar-2016The Benefits and Challenges of Electronic Diplomacy (E-Diplomacy) to Developing Countries: The Case of GhanaAhorsu, K.; Senya, D.A.P.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities, Legon Center for International Affairs
Jun-2016Opportunities and Challenges of Digitizing Museum Collections: A Case Study of the Ghana National Museum, Accra.Wellington, H.N.A.; Bulley, F.N.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities, School of Arts, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies