With guidance from our Board of Directors, Nangodi Institute research staff have training in the research methods and analysis skills necessary to make them not only assets in the data collection process but collaborators from initial concept through publication of results. We invite you to read some of our work facilitated by the Institute below:

Myers, William M. and Kevin S. Fridy. 2017. “Formal Versus Traditional Institutions: Evidence from Ghana.” Democratization 24(2): 367-382.

Fridy, Kevin S. and Victor Brobbey. 2009. “Win the Match and Vote for Me: The Politicization of Ghana’s Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko Football Clubs.” Journal of Modern African Studies 47(1): 19-39.

Fridy, Kevin S. 2007. " The Elephant, Umbrella, and Quarrelling Cocks: Disaggregating Partisanship in Ghana 's Fourth Republic." African Affairs 106(423): 281-305.