Isaac GK Ansah
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Resilience and household food security: a review of concepts, methodological approaches and empirical evidence
IGK Ansah, C Gardebroek, R Ihle
Food Security 11 (6), 1187-1203, 2019
Shock interactions, coping strategy choices and household food security
IGK Ansah, C Gardebroek, R Ihle
Climate and Development 13 (5), 414-426, 2021
Modelling farmers investment in agrochemicals: the experience of smallholder cocoa farmers in Ghana
G Danso-Abbeam, ED Setsoafia, IGK Ansah
Research in Applied Economics 6 (4), 1, 2014
Contract farming and the adoption of climate change coping and adaptation strategies in the Northern region of Ghana
SB Azumah, SA Donkoh, IGK Ansah
Environment, Development and Sustainability 19 (6), 2275-2295, 2017
Households¢ coping strategies in drought-and flood-prone communities in Northern Ghana
V Lolig, SA Donkoh, FK Obeng, IGK Ansah, GS Jasaw, Y Kusakari, ...
Journal of Disaster Research 9 (4), 542-553, 2014
Effects of technology dissemination approaches on agricultural technology uptake and utilization in Northern Ghana
OT Damba, IGK Ansah, SA Donkoh, A Alhassan, GR Mullins, K Yussif, ...
Technology in Society 62, 101294, 2020
Ghana¢s planting for food and jobs programme: A look at the role of capability in farmers¢ participation
IGK Ansah, M Lambongang, SA Donkoh
Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 21 (2), 161-182, 2020
Determinants of Yam Postharvest Management in The Zabzugu District of Northern Ghana
IGK Ansah, BKD Tetteh
Advances in Agriculture 2016, 9 pages, 2016
The effects of income and food safety perception on vegetable expenditure in the Tamale Metropolis, Ghana
B Amfo, IGK Ansah, SA Donkoh
Journal of agribusiness in developing and emerging economies 9 (3), 276-293, 2019
Effect of input credit on smallholder farmers¢ output and income: Evidence from Northern Ghana
A Iddrisu, IGK Ansah, PK Nkegbe
Agricultural Finance Review (TSI) 78 (1), 98-115, 2018
Food demand characteristics in Ghana: An application of the quadratic almost ideal demand systems
IGK Ansah, E Marfo, SA Donkoh
Scientific African 8, e00293, 2020
A comparative analysis of profit efficiency in maize and cowpea production in the Ejura Sekyedumase District of the Ashanti region, Ghana
IGK Ansah, H Oduro, AL Osae
Research in Applied Economics 6 (4), 106, 2014
Perceptions of weather variability and climate change on goat producers¢ choice of coping and adaptation strategies: evidence from climate-smart and non-climate-smart villages …
BKD Tetteh, IGK Ansah, SA Donkoh, M Appiah-Twumasi, FK Avornyo, ...
Climate and Development 12 (7), 614-625, 2020
Determinants and income effect of yam postharvest loss management: evidence from the Zabzugu District of Northern Ghana
IGK Ansah, BKD Tetteh, SA Donkoh
Food Security 9, 611-620, 2017
A needs-based approach for exploring vulnerability and response to disaster risk in rural communities in low income countries
DO Yawson, MO Adu, FA Armah, J Kusi, IG Ansah, C Chiroro
Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies 19, 27, 2015
Assessing socioeconomic factors influencing production and commercialization of Bambara groundnut as an indigenous climate resilient crop in Nigeria
OE Olayide, SA Donkoh, IGK Ansah, W Adzawla, PJ O¢Reilly, S Mayes, ...
Springer Nature Switzerland, 2018
Farmer innovations in financing smallholder maize production in Northern Ghana
M Appiah-Twumasi, SA Donkoh, IGK Ansah
Agricultural Finance Review 80 (3), 421-436, 2020
RETRACTED ARTICLE: Determinants of consumer willingness to pay for certified safe vegetables
B Amfo, SA Donkoh, IGK Ansah
International Journal of Vegetable Science 25 (1), 95-107, 2019
Microfinance and Micro-Small-Medium Scale Enterprises (MSME¢s) in Kasoa Municipality, Ghana
G Danso-Abbeam, IGK Ansah, DS Ehiakpor
British Journal of Economics, Management and Trade 4 (12), 1939-1956, 2014
Consumers¢ willingness to pay for safer vegetables in Tamale, Ghana
MT Cobbinah, SA Donkoh, IGK Ansah
African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 10 (7 …, 2018
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