Vincent Amanor-Boadu

Food & Agribusiness Management

Kansas State University

Vincent Amanor-Boadu’s research and outreach efforts encompass business development and entrepreneurship, technology and innovation, and strategic management, with emphasis on inter-organizational relationships. Vincent is currently conducting research in small business development and agricultural value chains in Zambia, Tanzania and Malawi and leading the Monitoring, Evaluation and Technical Support Services (METSS) for the Economic Growth Office of USAID|Ghana. Vincent also teaches Economics and Management of Food Manufacturing, Distribution and Retailing (AGEC 570) and Advanced Food and Agribusiness Management (AGEC 890). He also conducts seminars and workshops for businesses and organizations on strategic thinking and visioning, change management, and mechanisms of governance.

306 Waters Hall
Manhattan , KS  66506-4011
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Documents & Presentations by Vincent Amanor-Boadu
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New Markets as New Products November 27, 2023
Uncertainty, Risk, and Strategic Alliances

Thursday, August 24, 2023


August 1, 2023
19 - Uncertainty, Risk, and Strategic Alliances August 1, 2023
Economic Challenges Facing the Ag Sector

K-State agricultural economics professor, Dr. Vincent Amanor-Boadu, discusses the current economy and steps business owners and leaders in the agricultural industry can take to combat challenges they’re currently facing.

December 13, 2022
A Heterodox Perspective on the Unfolding Economic Environment - Webinar Recording


August 1, 2022
1 - A Heterodox Perspective on the Unfolding Economic Environment August 1, 2022
Wind, Green Ammonia, and Wealth Retention: A Novel Economic Viability Strategy for Small Towns and Rural Communities August 1, 2021
Vincent Amanor-Boadu -- Food, Energy, Water, Chemistry

Dig Deep Podcast, by KSRE: Profiles of K-State Research and Extension Scientists

December 5, 2020
New Project Aims to Stabilize Rural Communities

K-State agricultural economist Vincent Amanor-Boadu tells of a new project supported by a National Science Foundation grant, involving K-State and other universities. Its aim is to help stabilize smaller rural communities by tying together crop production, energy production and water use, via an ammonia generation and utilization process.

November 13, 2020
Crop Production in Ghana and COVID-19 Lockdown April 23, 2020