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RESEARCH INTERESTS

1. Migration Studies
2. Women in Migration
3. Sexuality and AIDS
4. Adolescent Reproductive Health
5. Street Children


PUBLICATIONS

(a) Books

E. O. Tawiah and Bema Wadieh, Analysis of District Data and Implications for Planning, Greater Accra Region, Ghana Statistical Service, 2005.

(b) Chapters in Books

(i) Chapter VI. Some Demographic and Social Differentials in Infant and Early Childhood Mortality in Ghana. In UNECA (ed). Population Dynamics, Fertility and Mortality in Africa: Proceedings of the Expert Group Meeting on Fertility and Mortality Levels and Trends in Africa and their Policy Implications, Monrovia, Liberia, 26 November - 1 December, 1979, UNECA, Addis Ababa, pp. 464-487.

(ii) Chapter 5. Fertility and Child Mortality. Ghana Fertility Survey 1979-80; First Report. Central Bureau of Statistics, Accra, Ghana, pp. 43-55, 1983.

(iii) Chapter 1. Sources of Demographic Data and their Limitations. Techniques of Demographic Data Analysis with Special Reference to Sub-Saharan Africa. RIPS Monograph Series, No.6, 1992, pp.1-34, 1992.

(iv) Chapter 5. Programming and Budgeting of a Research Proposal. Basic Elements in Social Research Project Development. Proceedings of UAPS Workshop on Formulation and Writing of Research Proposals. RIPS Occasional Publication, No.9, pp.108-122, 1993.

(v) Chapter 10. Non-Contraceptive Factors Affecting Fertility in Greater Accra. Critical Issues in Fertility Research for Development Planning. RIPS Monograph Series, No.10, pp. 231-256, 1994.

(vi) Chapter 24. The Demographic and Socio-Economic Characteristics of International Return Migrants. Migration Research Study in Ghana. Vol.2, pp.174-190, Ghana Statistical Service, 1995.

(vii) Chapter 3. Infant and Child Health: Evidence from 2003 Ghana Demographic and Health Survey, in Chuks J. Mba and Stephen O. Kwankye (eds), Population, Health and Development in Ghana: Attaining the Millennium Development Goals. PopulationcAssociation of Ghana, University of Ghana, Legon, pp.29-51, 2007.

(viii) Tawiah, Emmanuel O. and Amedoe, Joyce A. 2013. Chapter Eight. Fertility. National Analytic Report. 2010 Population and Housing Census. Ghana Statistical Service 2013.

(c) Journal Articles

(i) Determinants of Cumulative Fertility in Ghana. Demography, 21(1):1-8, 1984.

(ii) Child Mortality Differentials in Ghana: A Preliminary Report. Journal of Biosocial Science, 21, (3):349-355, 1989.

(iii) Causes of Death at Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria, 1984-87. Savanna 10, 2:53-67, December 1989.

(iv) Factors Affecting Contraceptive Use in Ghana. Journal of Biosocial Science, 29, pp.141-149, 1997.

(v) Demographic Patterns and Sustainable Development in Ghana. African PopulationvStudies, 13, pp.121-130, 1998.

(vi) Determinants of Maternal Health Care in Ghana. Ghana Medical Journal, 32a, pp.917- 925, 1998.

(vii) Adolescent Fertility and Reproductive Health in Four Sub- Saharan African Countries. African Population Studies, 17, 2:81-98, 2002.

(viii) Infant and Child Health: Evidence from Four sub-Saharan African Countries. Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences 3, 2:29-42, 2005.

(ix) Dake, F. A. A., Tawiah, E. O. and Badasu, D. M. Sociodemographic Correlates of Obesity among Ghanaian Women. Public Health Nutrition, 1-7, 2010.

(x) Maternal Health Care in Five sub-Saharan African Countries. African Population Studies, 25,1:1-25, 2011.

(xi) Population Ageing in Ghana: a profile and emerging issues. African Population Studies, 25,2:623-645, 2011.

(xii) Maternal and newborn health in Ghana, 2006. Ghana Social Science Journal, Volume 8, Nos. 1&2, 2011.

(d) Other Works/Conference Papers/Reports

(i) Clerical Data Processing: The Ghana Example. A Solicited Paper Presented at the Special Session on Data Processing. First African Population Conference, Accra, Ghana, 9-18 December, 1971.

(ii) Structure of Causes of Death in Children 0-5 Years in Ghana. A paper prepared for Session F.13 of the IUSSP General Conference, Manila, Philippines, 9-16 December, 1981.

(iii) The Application of the Household Concept in Population Censuses and Sample Surveys in Ghana. A contributed paper submitted to Session F.20 of IUSSP General Conference, Florence, Italy, 5-12 June, 1985.

(iv) P. O. Ohadike, E. O. Tawiah and K. Venkatacharya, Demographic Training and Research in Africa: Review and Prospects. Paper presented at the Third African Population Conference, Dakar, Senegal, December 1992.

(v) The Demographic Situation in Ghana. Module 1. Training Reference Manual on Population/Family Life Information, Education and Communication in Ghana. Specially prepared for Regional Family Planning Co-ordinators under UNFPA/UNESCO Project GHA/87/P02 (no date).

(vi) The Impact of Rapid Population Growth on Socio-economic Development in Ghana. Module 2, The Demographic Situation in Ghana. Module 1. Training Reference Manual on Population/Family Life Information, Education and Communication in Ghana. Specially prepared for Regional Family Planning Co-ordinators under UNFPA/UNESCO Project GHA/87/P02 (no date).

(vii) Proximate Determinants of Fertility in Tutu, Eastern Region of Ghana, Tawiah, E. O. (ed). African Population Dynamics, RIPS Survey Series No.3, 1991.

(viii) Some Aspects of the Population of Aburi: RIPS Survey Series No.5, 1993.

(ix) Patterns of Maternity Care Among Women in Ghana. Proceedings of Union for African Population Studies Conference on Reproductive and Family Health in Africa, pp.147-168, 1993.

(x) Population Growth and Structure in Ghana. Paper presented at the 45th Annual New Year School, Cape Coast, December 28, 1993 - January 4, 1994.

(xi) Population Policy and Family Planning in Ghana. Paper presented at the ENSEA- OSTOM International Seminar on Fertility Transitions and Family Planning in Africa, Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire, 16-19 May, 1995.

(xii) A Status Report on Oncho-Freed Zone Population in Ghana. CICRED Project on "Settlement and Development of Rural Areas Where Onchocerciasis has been Eradicated", 1995.

(xiii) Male Fertility, Contraceptive Use and Fertility Preference in Ghana. The African Population in the 21st Century, Volume 2. Third African Population Conference, Durban, South Africa, 6-10 December, 1999.

(xiv) S. O. Kwankye and E. O. Tawiah, Demographic Training Challenges in Africa: Emerging Needs, New Approaches and Methods. Paper prepared for Session No.25. Third African Population Conference, Durban, South Africa, 6-10 December, 1999.