Paul K. Ankomah

CVCurriculum Vitae

TitleProfessor

DepartmentHuman Performance and Leisure Studies

Phone336-285-3544

Emailpankom@ncat.edu

OfficeCorbett Sports Center
Room: Rm. 205

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Paul K. Ankomah

Education

Ph D: Recreation and Resource Management, Texas A&M University, 1991

MA: Geography, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1985

Post Baccalaureate Certificate: Tourism Marketing, Scuola Di Scienze Turistiche, 1984

BA: Geography, University of Ghana, 1978


Research Interests

Diaspora Tourism, Tourism Marketing, Tourism & Technology, Consumer Behavior, Eco-Tourism, Sustainable Tourism Development, Tourism Development in Sub-Saharan Africa


Recent Publications

Obour,  Richard  Ankomah,  Paul  Larson,  R. Trent  ( 2017).  Ecotourism Potential in Alleviating Rural Poverty: The Case of Kakum National Park in Ghana.  In Gregory T. Papanikos, Valia Kasimati  ( 4,  4,  pp. 263-281).   Athens Journal of Tourism.

Ankomah,  Paul  Larson,  R. Trent  ( 2016).  Poaching and its Potential to Impact Wildlife Tourism: An Assessment of Poaching Trends in the Mole National Park in Ghana.  In Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos  ( 3,  3,  pp. 169-192).   Athens Journal of Tourism.

Ankomah,  Paul  Larson,  Trent  ( 2014).  ICT and Skills Transfer: The Case for Diaspora Involvement in Tourism Development in Ghana .  In Lloyd G. Amoah,  A chapter in a Book    IGI Global.

Ankomah,  Gloria  Ankomah,  Paul  Larson,  R. Trent  ( 2014).  Socio-Economic Impact of Malaria in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Ghana.  In Coleen Roscoe,  Chapter in a book titled "Social, Economic and Political Issues"    Nova Science Publishers.

Ankomah,  Paul  Larson,  Trent  Roberson,  Venita  Rotich,  Jerono  ( 2012).  A Creative Approach to Development: The Case for Active Engagement of African Diaspora in Ghana.  ( 43,  pp. pp. 385-404).   Journal of Black Studies.

Ankomah,  Paul  Larson,  R. Trent  Roberson,  Venita  Rotich,  Jerono  ( 2011).  A Creative Approach to Diaspora Tourism: The Case of Ghana..    Journal of Black Studies.