Fafanyo Asiseh

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentEconomics

Phone336-285-3328

Fax336-256-2055

Emailfasiseh@ncat.edu

OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 133

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Fafanyo Asiseh

Education

Ph D: Economics, Washington State University, 2013

MS: Applied Economics, University of Idaho, 2008

BS: Agricultural Economics, University of Ghana, 2004


Research Interests

Health Economics, Economics of Education and Development Economics


Recent Publications

Asiseh, Fafanyo  Yao, Jianfeng  (2016).  'Family Income and Body Mass Index - What Have We Learned from China'.   Health Economics Review.

Naanwaab, Cephas  Asiseh, Fafanyo  Does Economic Inequality Promote or Hinder Human Development? Evidence from a Cross-National Study. 

Asiseh, Fafanyo  Okpala, Comfort  The Economic Impact of Early College High School in North Carolina . 

Yao, Jianfeng  Asiseh, Fafanyo  Household Inequality and Development of Body Mass Index in China .   Journal of Family and Economic Issues.

Asiseh, Fafanyo  Andrew, Owusu  Obed, Quaicoe  The Effect of Family Dynamics on High School Adolescent in Ghana.  In VINCENT B. VAN HASSELT, PHD,  no   Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse.

Ajilore, Olugbenga  Asiseh, Fafanyo  Ethnic Differences in the Influence of Peers on Weight-Related Behavior .  no   Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.

Ejimakor, Godfrey  Quaicoe, Obed  Asiseh, Fafanyo  Input Use and Substitution in Agriculture in Southeastern United States.   Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics .

Asiseh, Fafanyo  Yao, Jianfeng  Access to Health Care: The Early Effect of Affordable Care Act for Children with Special Health Care Needs.   Journal of Applied Economics and Health Policy.