Prince is a Lecturer in Economics and Research Methods. Prince’s interest is in Economics of Education and Labour Markets. His prime research goal is to study the forward and backward linkages between school to work transitions and how institutions play a role in ensuring harmony in the development of skills.
- PhD (Development Economics-2018) University of Ghana, Legon- Ghana
- Mphil (Economics-2011), University of Ghana, Legon- Ghana
- BA (Economics-2008), University of Ghana, Legon- Ghana
- Economics of Education
- Education and Job/Skills Mismatch
- Labour market transitions and outcome
- Industrial relations and unionism
- Poverty, inequality, and labour market interlinkages
- Baah-Boateng, W., Adjei, P., and Oduro, A., (2013) “Determinants of Moonlighting in Ghana: An Empirical Investigation” African Review of Economics and Finance, Vol. 4, No.2, pp 176-202.
- Prince Adjei, and Jamal Mohammed, “An Evaluation of the Approaches Used by Graduates in Job Search, Ghana.” Journal of Finance and Economics, vol. 2, no. 1 (2014): 36-43. doi: 10.12691/jfe-2-1-5.
- Adjei, P., Agarwal, S., and Doku, I., (2016)” A Sectorial look at Female Firm Ownership in Ghana” International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Research, Vol.6, No.5 , ISSN: 2222-6990. Doi:10.6007/IJARBSS/v6-i5/212.
- Abraham, A.Y., Adjei, P and Ohene-Ntim, D., (2020), “Attitude and Perception of the General Public about Rain Harvesting: Financial Implications for Cape Coast Metropolis in Ghana”, International Journal of Technology and Management Research 5(1): 30-44.