Prince Baah


Prince Baah is a full-time Lecturer with the Business Department at Lancaster University Ghana where he teaches economics courses such as Industrial economics, development economics, public economics, and Game theory. He is a member of the Research and Conference Committee at Lancaster, Ghana. His primary expertise is in international economics with a focus on internationalization and enterprise development. He is currently interested in exploring the relations between enterprise networks and preferential trade utilization.

Aside from teaching economics at the tertiary level, Prince is a research enthusiast and has served on several projects. He currently serves on a USAID-supported project titled ‘Digital Communication to Reinforce Nutrition and Household Resilience in Northern Ghana’ supervised by the International Centre for Evaluation and Development (ICED) under the ALL-IN initiative. Again, Prince serves on the project ‘Re-examining Traditional Method Use: Desperation or Innovation?’ which is led by the African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP) and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Through his consulting practice with DataTrust Consortium limited, Prince is experienced in the areas of survey design and execution, quantitative econometric analysis, and data management.

Prince Baah holds an MPhil in Economics from the University of Ghana. He also holds a BA honor from the University of Ghana, where he graduated with a first-class degree in Economics with Philosophy. He was born and raised in Ghana, where he currently lives.