Welcome to Ashesi Institutional Repository

Welcome to the Ashesi Institutional Repository (AIR), an archive for preserving and sharing scholarly work at Ashesi University. Contributors to the repository ensure that their scholarly and creative work is preserved, indexed and showcased for a global audience. Students who produce strong research work have the privilege of getting their work published on AIR. Ashesi Community members can make submissions through warrenlibrary@ashesi.edu.gh.

The repository is organized in "Communities" that group publications by department and/or subject. You can browse the "Community" by Collection, Author, Title, or Issue Date. Alternatively, a search function enables easy access to information.


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Recently Added

  • Majdoub, Nadine (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Akroma Plaza Hotel has had to step up its service delivery efforts to be able to adequately deliver on its core mandate of service delivery as a hospitality establishment. The purpose of this project is to aid the hotel ...
  • Fosu-Whyte, Keziah (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    At Heart Beauty Care Concepts is a hair and beauty care salon located in Santa Maria, Accra. A sole proprietorship business, the salon offers services of hairdressing, interior decoration, makeup, pedicure, and manicure, ...
  • Ababio, Krystle (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    This research initially analyzed the current state of the inventory management practices at LittyMart. LittyMart is a limited liability Company that deals in items such as kitchen napkins and underwear for both sexes. This ...
  • Yangnemenga, Moses (Ashesi University, 2018-04)
    Tieme Ndo is a social enterprise startup that supplies farm inputs such as fertilizer, improved seeds and weedicides to rural farmers at Nandom in the Upper West Region of Ghana. The startup is committed to boosting crop ...
  • Iliasov, Alexei; Stankaitis, Paulius; Adjepon-Yamoah, David Ebo (Final publisher: University of Birmingham, 2015-04)
    We discuss the whys and hows of remotely managing a collection of automated theorem provers supporting verification of Event-B models in the Rodin Platform[5]. We report on the current state of the work, our general aspirations ...

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