Pius Siakwah (PhD)
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Tourism governance and attainment of the sustainable development goals in Africa
P Siakwah, R Musavengane, L Leonard
Sustainable Tourism Policy and Planning in Africa, 146-174, 2020
The nexus between tourism and urban risk: Towards inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable outdoor tourism in African cities
R Musavengane, P Siakwah, L Leonard
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 29, 100254, 2020
Are natural resource windfalls a blessing or a curse in democratic settings? Globalised assemblages and the problematic impacts of oil on Ghana's development
P Siakwah
Resources Policy 52, 122-133, 2017
Actors, networks, and globalised assemblages: Rethinking oil, the environment and conflict in Ghana
P Siakwah
Energy Research & Social Science 38, 68-76, 2018
“Does the poor matter” in pro-poor driven sub-Saharan African cities? towards progressive and inclusive pro-poor tourism
R Musavengane, P Siakwah, L Leonard
International Journal of Tourism Cities 5 (3), 392-411, 2019
Political economy of the resource curse in Africa revisited: The curse as a product and a function of globalised hydrocarbon assemblage
P Siakwah
Development and Society 46 (1), 83-112, 2017
Actor Network Theory, globalised assemblages and the impact of oil on agriculture and industry in Ghana
P Siakwah
The Extractive Industries and Society 4 (3), 462-472, 2017
Immigration, education, sense of community and mental well-being: the case of visible minority immigrants in Canada
B Agyekum, P Siakwah, JK Boateng
Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban …, 2021
Oil and Development in Ghana: Beyond the Resource Curse
N Andrews, P Siakwah
Routledge, 2021
The context and politics of decision making on large dams in Ghana: an overview
D Darko, M Kpessa-Whyte, E Obuobie, P Siakwah, O Torto, D Tsikata
FutureDAMS Working Paper, 2019
Tourism geographies and spatial distribution of tourist sites in Ghana
P Siakwah
African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure 7 (1), 1-19, 2018
Sustainable Urban Tourism in Sub-Saharan Africa: Risk and Resilience
L Leonard, R Musavengane, P Siakwah
Routledge, 2021
Microcredit as a strategy for poverty reduction, Youth and Women Empowerment, Ghana
P Siakwah
University of Oslo, Norway, 2010
Are Natural Resource Windfalls a Blessing Or a Curse in Democratic Settings: A Case Study-Ghana?.
P Siakwah
Trinity College Dublin, 2016
Challenging formal accountability processes in community natural resource management in Sub-Saharan Africa
R Musavengane, P Siakwah
GeoJournal, 1-18, 2019
Re-imagining community-based tourism in rural Africa Through networks and management innovation
P Siakwah, R Musavengane
New Frontiers in Hospitality and Tourism Management in Africa, 227-244, 2021
Analysis of the Complexities in the Water-Energy-Food Nexus: Ghana’s Bui Dam Experience
P Siakwah, O Torto
Frontiers in sustainable food systems 6, 1-10, 2022
Political economy to globalized assemblages: Actor network theory, hydrocarbon assemblages, and problematizing the resource curse thesis
P Siakwah
Network Theory and Analysis, 1-34, 2018
Sustainable development: reflections on poverty-environment dilemma in Africa
P Siakwah
Sacha Journal of Environmental Studies 4 (1), 8–24, 2014
Oil Production, Dispossession, and Community Development in Africa: A Development Education Perspective
B Agyekum, P Siakwah, KI Biney
Reimagining Development Education in Africa, 171–189, 2022
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