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Ken Aduhene

Dr Ken Aduhene

Senior Lecturer

Christ Church Business School

I am a Senior Lecture at the Canterbury Christ Church Business School

I joined Canterbury Christ Church University in 2014 as a Lecturer in the Tourism Hospitality and Events Management Dept (now part of the Business School). Prior to joining Canterbury Christ Church University, I was a Lecturer in the Business and Law Dept in another HEI. I have an undergraduate degree in Law and Economics, and two postgraduate degrees in Law. I am currently the Course Director for International Hospitality Management and Events Management Degree programmes.

My academic interests are interdisciplinary and focus on aspects of international law, the development policies IFIs,  Ethics, CSR and Tourism policies and development (with a particular focus on Sub-Saharan Africa and the developing world). My research interests include international trade, debt in the developing world, globalisation and the WTO rules-based regime. I am currently conducting research on the impacts of the recent global pandemic, conflict and terrorism on tourism in West Africa and the developing world. My research stems from my interdisciplinary background and focuses on the development of national and regional development policies for integrating tourism as a pillar for regional regeneration and economic development. I also specialises in investigating the issues of transparency and good governance in leadership as a means for promoting economic development.

I am currently the Module Leader for Business Ethics, Corporate and Business Law, Employment Law. I also contribute to other taught modules in Tourism, Hospitality and Events and Law.

Dr Shola Osinaike, Dr Ken Aduhene, (02 Nov 2020), Sustainability awareness, management practices and organisational culture in hotels: Evidence from developing countries. [Journal article]

I was the External Examiner for a BA(Hons) Degree in Public Services at Kent University