Prince Young Aboagye

Prince Young Aboagye

Postdoctoral Fellow

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Research

My primary research interests are in economic development, political economy of development and African economic history. My research centers on understanding the historical roots of inequality by investigating long-term trends and drivers of national and regional income inequality for colonial and post-colonial Ghana. I focus on the income distribution effects of cash cropping, regional and gender disparities in education, differential access to land and credit, and fiscal policies.  

 

Teaching

I teach on the following courses at the graduate level: MIDA11: International Development Perspectives, EKHM73: Research Design, EKHM61: Institutions, Economic Growth and Equity and EKHM84: Development of Emerging Economies. At the undergraduate level, I teach on these courses: UTVC22: Development Studies- Development Policy in Practice and UTVC23: Development Studies-Development Theories.  

UKÄ subject classification

  • Economic History

Keywords

  • Economic Development
  • Political Economy of Development
  • Income Inequality
  • African Economic History

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