Centre for Data Archiving, Management, Analysis and Advocacy (C-DAMAA) Series

The Centre for Data Archiving, Management, Analysis and Advocacy (C-DAMAA) is a platform for collecting, processing, preserving and archiving micro-data as well as providing skills for management and analysis of data. The aim is to achieve higher investment returns on existing surveys and censuses through the promotion of re-use of data, and increase the research productivity of faculty, students and policymakers in Ghana and beyond.

C-DAMAA is housed in the Department of Economics at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. C-DAMAA collaborates with a number of international data repositories to ensure adherence to best practices in the industry. One of such arrangements is the collaboration with the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, University of Michigan, United States of America.

Samuel Kobina Annim (Ph.D.), Senior Lecturer in Economics, is the Coordinator of C-DAMAA.

Contact Details:
Coordinator
Centre for Data Archiving, Management, Analysis and Advocacy (C-DAMAA)
Department of Economics
Faculty of Social Sciences
College of Humanities and Legal Studies
University of Cape Coast
Cape Coast
Ghana, West Africa
Telephone: +233-3321-35560/61
Email: c-damaa@ucc.edu.gh
Website: http://cdamaa.ucc.edu.gh

Most Recent Studies

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Most Recent Publications

2012
Annim, Samual K. Targeting the poor versus financial sustainability and external funding: Evidence of microfinance institutions in Ghana. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship. 17, (3), 1250016-1-1250016-19.
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2010
Annim, Samual K. Sensitivity of loan size to lending rates: Evidence from Ghana's microfinance sector. African Review of Money Finance and Banking. 34, 85-107.
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2009
Awusabo-Asare, K.,  Annim S.K.,  Abane, A.,  Asare Mintah D. Who is reaching whom? Depth of outreach of rural micro finance institutions in Ghana. International NGO Journal. 4, (4), 132-141.
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2009
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research . Religion and Opinions on Democracy in Ghana: A Data-Driven Learning Guide. Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
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2008
Annim, S.K.,  Awusabo-Asare, K.,  Asare-Mintah, D. Spatial and socio-economic dimensions of clients of microfinance institutions in Ghana. Journal of Geography and Regional Planning. 1, (5), 85-96.
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