Places and Territories
Kwadwo will examine the extent to which universities function as nodes between regional and global knowledge networks. He will empirically investigate the dynamics of academics’ research collaboration activities with other actors in knowledge networks across regional, national and international scales. His research is expected to provide new insights about how academics’ collaboration networks are configured across space and whether universities are best placed to link their regions to transnational networks in a knowledge economy.
University of Stavanger
He holds a MSc degree in International Business Management from the University of Oulu, Finland. His maters thesis‒ Exploring the relationships between humor types, innovative work behavior and innovative performance- was written as part of the HURMOS Project. Prior to pursuing the Masters program, he obtained a Bachelors degree with honors from the Ghana Baptist University College. He also has considerable experience in the animal health and production industry having worked for both public and private organizations for a decade.