Asante, K. T. (2020). Individualistic and Collectivistic Orientations: Examining the Relationship between Ethnicity and National Attachment in Ghana. Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 20(1), 2-24.
Asante, K. T. (2020). Imagining Citizenship and Belonging in Ghana. Development, 63(1), 90-94.
Asante, K. T. (2020). Nested Patriotism: Revisiting Collaboration, Resistance and Agency in Colonial Ghana. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 33(3), 347-364.
Asante, Kofi Takyi. (2018). ‘“Intimate Knowledge of the Country”: Factions and Struggles for Administrative Control in the Early Gold Coast Government’, African Economic History, 46(2): 63-92
Asante, Kofi Takyi. (2018). ‘Strategic Coethnicity: Social Capital and Entrepreneurial Strategies of Two Ghanaian Migrant Businesses’, Journal of Enterprising Communities, 12(4): 418-436
Anyidoho, Nana Akua and Kofi Takyi Asante. (2008). ‘Truly National? Social Exclusion and the Ghana@50 Celebrations,’ Ghana Studies, 11: 139-173.
Darku, Esther Naa Dodua and Kofi Takyi Asante. (Forthcoming). ‘Social Belonging and Inclusion’, in FES/CPR (eds), Ghana Youth Study, Accra: FES/CPR.
Asante, K. T. (2020). Political Identity in a Postcolony: Citizenship, Belonging, and Nation-Building in Ghana. In Political Identity and Democratic Citizenship in Turbulent Times (pp. 113-128). IGI Global.
Asante, Kofi Takyi and Moses Khisa. (2019). ‘Political Corruption and the Limits of Anti-corruption Activism in Ghana’, in Inge Amusden (ed), Political Corruption and Development: Extraction, Power Preservation and Donor Responses, Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
Asante, Kofi Takyi. (2015). ‘National Movements in Colonial Africa’, in Ewout Frankema and Ellen Hilbom (eds.), The History of African Development, African Economic History Network: 1-17.
Working Papers and Technical Publications
Dzanku, F. M., Asante, K. T., Quarmine, W., & Hodey, L. S. (2020). Smallholder Farmers’ Choice of Oil Palm Commercialisation Model and Household Welfare in South-western Ghana. APRA Working Paper (forthcoming), Brighton: Future Agricultures Consortium.
Asante, K. T. (2018). ‘“Professional sentimentalists”: Internecine conflicts in the emergent Gold Coast’. PAS Working Paper Number 26, Evanston: Program of African Studies