The Department of Estate Management hosted Mr. Felix Agyemang, a Visiting Scholar from the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, in the Omega Semester of the 2018/2019 Academic Session. The scholar, during his visit, had multiple interaction with students and faculty in the Department. He commented that the students were very engaging and informed and displayed high level of analytical and critical thinking; and measure well with other students in the same field internationally.
His research interests include urbanization dynamics; modelling and simulation of dynamic urban systems; urban governance; and relationships between urban planning and affordable housing.
Some of his notable publications are:
a. The Emergence of City-regions and their Implications for Contemporary Spatial Governance: Evidence from Ghana.
b. Recognizing the Barriers to Securing Affordable Housing through the Land Use Planning System in sub-Saharan Africa. A Perspective from Ghana.
c. Towards Sustainable Urban Development: The Social Acceptability of High-rise Buildings in a Ghanaian City.
d. Simulating the Urban Growth Impacts of a Spatial Plan with Cellular Automata: Evidence from the Ashanti Region of Ghana and;
e. Urbanization and Emergence of City-regions in Ghana: Implications for Contemporary Spatial Governance
Admission to Postgraduate study in the Department.
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