No Condition Permanent
Pump-priming Ghanas industrial revolution
The struggles and successes in achieving acceptance of new, small-scale technologies in Ghana.
Ian Smilie has worked at Tufts and Tulane Universities and as a development consultant with many Canadian, American and European organizations. He served on a UN Security Council Expert Panel examining the relationship between diamonds and weapons in West Africa, and he helped develop the 48-government ‘Kimberley Process,’ a global certification system to halt the traffic in conflict diamonds.
Science-based health innovation in Ghana: health entrepreneurs point the way to a new development path
Daar, Abdallah S
Singer, Peter A
BMC International Health and Human Rights, Vol. 10 (2010), Iss. S1https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-698X-10-S1-S2 [Citations: 7]
Promoting a Local Entrepreneurial Class in Ghana: The Issues and Problems
Canadian Journal of African Studies / Revue canadienne des études africaines, Vol. 39 (2005), Iss. 3 P.427https://doi.org/10.1080/00083968.2005.10751325 [Citations: 2]