Michael Odei Erdiaw-Kwasie, PhD
Michael Odei Erdiaw-Kwasie, PhD
Adjunct Academic Fellow, Institute for Resilient Regions
Verified email at usq.edu.au
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Africa’s urbanisation: Implications for sustainable development
PB Cobbinah, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, P Amoateng
Cities 47, 62-72, 2015
Rethinking sustainable development within the framework of poverty and urbanisation in developing countries
PB Cobbinah, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, P Amoateng
Environmental Development 13, 18-32, 2015
Towards understanding digital divide in rural partnerships and development: A framework and evidence from rural Australia
MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, K Alam
Journal of Rural Studies 43, 214-224, 2016
Assessing regional digital competence: Digital futures and strategic planning implications
K Alam, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, M Shahiduzzaman, B Ryan
Journal of Rural Studies 60, 60-69, 2018
Towards understanding stakeholder salience transition and relational approach to ‘better’corporate social responsibility: A case for a proposed model in practice
MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, K Alam, M Shahiduzzaman
Journal of Business Ethics 144 (1), 85-101, 2017
Urbanization in Ghana: insights and implications for urban governance
PB Cobbinah, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie
E-planning and collaboration: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and …, 2018
Modelling corporate stakeholder orientation: Does the relationship between stakeholder background characteristics and corporate social performance matter?
MO Erdiaw‐Kwasie, K Alam, E Kabir
Business Strategy and the Environment 26 (4), 465-479, 2017
Entrepreneurship under siege in regional communities: Evidence from Moranbah in Queensland, Australia
M Basson, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie
Journal of rural studies 66, 77-86, 2019
Bettering corporate social responsibility through empowerment and effective engagement practices: an Australian mining perspective
MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, K Alam, M Shahiduzzaman
Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 25 …, 2014
Impacts of mining on the natural environment and wellbeing of mining-fringe communities in Prestea, Ghana
MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, RD Dinye, M Abunyewah
Greener journal of social sciences 4 (3), 108-122, 2014
Gender and labour force inequality in small-scale gold mining in Ghana
RD Dinye, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie
International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology 4 (10), 285-295, 2012
Determinants of access to eHealth services in regional Australia
K Alam, RA Mahumud, F Alam, SA Keramat, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, ...
International journal of medical informatics 131, 103960, 2019
Corporate minerals and community development dilemma in the Surat Resource Region, Australia: Implications for resource development planning
MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, K Alam
Environmental Science & Policy 77, 122-129, 2017
Reimaging socio-spatial planning: Towards a synthesis between sense of place and social sustainability approaches
MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, M Basson
Planning Theory, 2017
Assessing stakeholders' salience transition effects on social practices in the resources industry in the Surat Basin, Queensland-empirical analysis
MO Erdiaw-Kwasie
University of Southern Queensland, 2016
COVID-19: can it transform urban planning in Africa?
PB Cobbinah, M Erdiaw-Kwasie, EA Adams
Cities & Health, 1-4, 2020
‘After the disaster comes destination thoughts’: A review and conceptualization of consolidative disaster adaptive capacity model
MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, M Abunyewah, O Yamoah
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 35, 101098, 2019
Empowerment and community salience in multi-party collaboration: empirical lessons for development planning
MO Erdiaw-Kwasie, MY Acheampong
Development in Practice 28 (7), 932-942, 2018
Engagement, empowerment and rural mining communities.
MS Michael Odei Erdiaw-Kwasie, Khorshed Alam
Proceedings of the Digital Rural Futures Conference, 36-37, 2014
Is regional government-governance nexus delivering on social sustainability promises? Empirical evidence from Moranbah in Australia
M Basson, H van Rensburg, M Cuthill, MO Erdiaw-Kwasie
Local Government Studies 44 (6), 826-847, 2018
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