Felix S. K. Agyemang, PhD
Felix S. K. Agyemang, PhD
Research Associate, University of Bristol
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Quantifying the spatio-temporal patterns of settlement growth in a metropolitan region of Ghana
RA Acheampong, FSK Agyemang, M Abdul-Fatawu
GeoJournal 82 (4), 823-840, 2017
Recognising the barriers to securing affordable housing through the land use planning system in Sub-Saharan Africa: A perspective from Ghana
FSK Agyemang, N Morrison
Urban Studies, 1 - 20, 2017
The emergence of city-regions and their implications for contemporary spatial governance: Evidence from Ghana
FSK Agyemang, E Silva, K Amedzro
Cities 71, 70-79, 2017
The emergence of gated communities in Ghana and their implication for urban planning and management
JP Tanyeh
Understanding the urban spatial structure of Sub-Saharan African cities using the case of urban development patterns of a Ghanaian city-region
FSK Agyemang, E Silva, M Poku-Boansi
Habitat International 85, 21 - 33, 2019
Simulating the urban growth of a predominantly informal Ghanaian city-region with a Cellular Automata model: Implications for urban planning and policy
FSK Agyemang, E Silva
Applied Geography 105, 15 - 24, 2019
Towards sustainable urban development: the social acceptability of high-rise buildings in a Ghanaian city
FSK Agyemang, E Silva, PA Anokye
GeoJournal, 1 - 13, 2017
Urbanization and Intensive use of Space in Central Business District in a Developing City, Ghana: Decongestion Programme as City Service Response; an Appraisal
KD Kessey, F Agyemang
Developing Country Studies 3 (6), 89 - 96, 2013
Dynamic geospatial modelling and simulation of predominantly informal cities: an integrated agent-based and cellular automata model of urban growth
F Agyemang
University of Cambridge, 2020
Building a More Equal Ghana: A 5-point action plan to close the gap between the rich and the rest
A Oduro, A Arhin, G Domfe, S Alidu, F Agyeman, D Edem Asimadu, ...
Oxfam, 2018
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