- Multidimensional household welfare analysis
- Poverty reduction policy analysis
- Adaptation to climate variability
- Food security
- Applied econometric modeling
- Evaluation of projects and programmes.
Dzanku, F. M., Jirström, M. & Marstorp, H. (2015). Yield Gap-Based Poverty Gaps in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa. World Development, 67(0), 336-362.
Dzanku, F. M. (2015). Household Welfare Effects of Agricultural Productivity: A Multidimensional Perspective from Ghana. The Journal of Development Studies, 1-16.
Dzanku, F. M. (2015). Transient rural livelihoods and poverty in Ghana. Journal of Rural Studies, 40(0),102-110.
Ayamga, M., Yeboah, R. W. N. & Dzanku, F. M. (2015). Determinants of farmland tenure security inGhana. Ghana Journal of Science, Technology and Development, 2(1), 1-21
Dzanku, F. M. & Sarpong, D. B. (2014). Ghana: Household–level farm–nonfarm linkages and household welfare implications. Lund University, Lund, Sweden.
Dzanku, F. M. & Aidam, P. (2013). Agricultural sector development: Policies and options. In: Ewusi, K. (Ed.) Policies and options for Ghana's economic development III edition, pp. 100-138. Accra, Ghana, ISSER.
Dzanku, F. M. & Sarpong, D. B. (2011). Agricultural diversification, food self-sufficiency and food security in Ghana: The role of infrastructure and institutions. In: Djurfeldt, G., Aryeetey, E. & Isinika, A. C. (Eds.) African Smallholders: Food Crops, Markets and Policy, pp. 189-213. London, CAB International.
Codjoe, S. N. A. & Dzanku, F. M. (2009). Long-term determinants of deforestation in Ghana: The role of structural adjustment policies. African Development Review, 21(3), 558-588.
Dzanku, F. M. (2008). Land rights, sustainable natural resource use and agricultural productivity in Ghana. Technical Publication Series no. 85. Accra, Ghana, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana.
Bochie, G., Dzanku, F. M. & Akabza, T. (2008). Open cast mining and environmental degradation cost in Ghana. ISSER Technical Publication No. 87. Accra, Ghana, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana.