Thomas Agyekum Kyeremeh is PhD researcher in Development Policy and Management at the Global Development Institute, University of Manchester. He holds Mphil. in Public Administration and a Bsc. in Business Administration both from the Univeristy of Ghana.
Thomas' research focuses on exploring how holistic interactions between relevant stakeholders take place within the cocoa sector, given the limited empirical studies in the context of enhanced action towards climate change governance in Ghana’s cocoa sector.
He previously worked as a Teaching and Research Assistant at the Univeristy of Ghana (Department of Public Administration) where he gained extensive knowledge and expertise in teaching and research. He also functioned as the Personal Assistant to the Minister of Employment and Labour Relations prio to his PhD.
Thomas has valuable work experience in policy research, integrated public governance and broad public administration research. He also enjoys research on governance of climate change policies in cocoa.
Prizes and awards
1. Professor Denis Kingsford Greenstreet Prize for BEST Graduating Mphil Student in Public Administration-University of Ghana
2. Graduate Prize for Decentralization: Best Graduating Student in Master of Philosophy in Public Administration (Mphil Public Administration-University of Ghana
Climate change governance
Cocoa in Ghana
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Research Beacons, Institutes and Platforms
- Global Development Institute
- Climate Change
- Stakeholder engagement
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GOVERNANCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES IN GHANAâS COCOA SECTOR: PERSPECTIVES FROM INTEGRATED PUBLIC GOVERNANCE THEORYAuthor: Kyeremeh, T. A., 1 Aug 2023
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