University of West Indies
Antigua and Barbuda
Dr. Emmanuel Adugu is a certified research methodologist. Dr. Adugu has been involved in development research with reputable institutions such as Science and Technology Policy Research Institute, Ghana; Danish International Development Agency’s Community Water and Sanitation Project, Ghana; Global VSAT Forum, UK; and American Cancer Society. Prior to joining The University of the West Indies, Emmanuel taught at a number of Universities in the US. His current area of research focuses on citizens using the marketplace to influence public policy with the goal of promoting sustainable development and global welfare.
Public opinion data in decision making Ethical consumption Socio-economic impact assessment under conditions of restructuring
Adugu E. Boycott and buycott as emerging modes of civic engagement. International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change (IJCESC). 2014 Jul 1;1(3):43-58.
Broome P, Adugu E. Whither social media for digital activism: The case of the Caribbean. British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science. 2015;10(3):1-21.
Adugu E. Telecommunications privatization and implications for access to information: The case of Ghana and South Africa. Retrieved March. 2009;9.