Interrogating public policy, environmental governance, and sustainable urbanism

Dr. Emmanuel Frimpong Boamah’s research explores the frontiers of scholarship on urban health and planning, environmental governance, and public policy in the U.S. and sub-Saharan Africa. Dr. Frimpong Boamah’s belief in an interdisciplinary approach to urban planning and studies, specifically, and social science research, generally, drives his research, teaching, and community service agenda.


Articles and Reflections

Recent Publications

  1. Frimpong Boamah, Emmanuel. "Governing to Deliver Safe and Affordable Water: Perspectives from Urban Planning and Public Policy." In Transforming Global Health: Interdisciplinary Challenges, Perspectives, and Strategies, edited by Korydon Smith and Pavani Ram. New York, NY: Springer, 2020.
  2. Frimpong Boamah, Emmanuel, James Sumberg, and Samina Raja. "Farming within a Dual Legal Land System: An Argument for Emancipatory Food Systems Planning in Accra, Ghana." Land Use Policy 92 (2020): 104391.
  3. Frimpong Boamah, Emmanuel, and Clifford Amoako. "Planning by (Mis)Rule of Laws: The Idiom and Dilemma of Planning within Ghana’s Dual Legal Land Systems." Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 0, no. 0 (2019): 1-19.
  4. Frimpong Boamah, E., and N.S. Murshid. "“Techno-Market Fix”? Decoding Wealth through Mobile Money in Developing Countries."  (2019)
  5. Frimpong Boamah, Emmanuel, and James Sumberg. "The Long Overhang of Bad Decisions in Agro-Industrial Development: Sugar and Tomato Paste in Ghana." Food Policy 89 (2019): 101786.