Mr. Kojo Kissi Yeboah

Mr. Kojo Kissi Yeboah
Research Development Officer

Kojo Kissi Yeboah is the Research Development Officer at the University of Ghana Business School and the School of Law at the College of Humanities. He is responsible for facilitating research within the assigned units (including fund-raising) to help enhance its research profile, build portfolio of funded research projects, contributes to the overall faculty research productivity and also assist in generating research funds for the Business School as well as the School of Law. Kojo also provides research administration services to faculty members in the assigned schools.In addition to the above, he ensures that the profiles of academic and research staff (Senior Members) are up to date and available on the UG website; facilitates the submission of their publications to the UG Institutional Repository (D-Space) as well as puts together a dossier highlighting major research news or activities from my assigned schools for inclusion in the UG Research Report.

In previous roles at University of Ghana that is prior to the collegiate system, Kojo compiled the profiles of all academic and research staff (Senior Members) in my assigned unit, facilitated the submission of publications to the Balme Library Project, compiled information on all on-going research from 2007-2012, compiled information on projects that have been completed over the same period and compiled a dossier highlighting major research news/ activities in my assigned schools.

Earlier in his career, Kojo worked as a Policy Analyst at DL Consultancy as well as an entrepreneur. He also worked as a researcher with WHO.


Kojo serves on the Research and Conferences Committee of the Business School which is dedicated to promoting and advancing scholarly research. He is also the Project Officer for the Executive Short Course in Mining Law and Policy for sustainable development. The short course which is under the auspices of the International Mining for Development Centre and with support from the Australian government is geared towards providing a framework and an overall introduction to how mining operates in the country for stakeholders.

 Kojo holds a bachelor’s degree in publishing studies (Marketing) from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana and a master’s degree in Public Administration from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.