Kwadwo is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at ISSER, University of Ghana, Legon, and a Senior Technical Officer at the International Centre of Evaluation and Development (ICED). He holds a PhD in Development Economics from the University of Ghana, Legon. Kwadwo has been a recipient of the ARUA-Carnegie Early Career Research Fellowships Award and worked as a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at ACEIR at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He has also worked as a research officer at ISSER, where he worked under ACEIR’s Ghana node. Kwadwo has been a visiting PhD fellow at United Nations University, UNU-WIDER, Helsinki, Finland.
Danso-Mensah’s broad research interests are in poverty and inequality dynamics in developing countries as well as demographic and environmental economics with a particular focus on the valuation of non-market goods and services, urban resilience, climate change, and action. He has experience working on panel datasets in Ghana. He also has experience in the coordination and promotion of rigorous, evidence-informed practices and approaches in monitoring, learning, and evaluation with the aim of improving the well-being of individuals, societies, and ecosystems in the Global South.