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Timothy Chanimbe

Tim is a teaching assistant at the Department of Government and International Studies (Hong Kong Baptist University) who received postgraduate training in politics and international relations from the University of Osnabrueck (Germany). His research oscillates between education policy in Africa and power contestations between traditional and emerging powers in IGOs. He is working on African nations straddling stance with China and the United States in the United Nations


  • –present
    PhD Candidate, Hong Kong Baptist University


  • 2022
    Effect of public health expenditure on health outcomes in Nigeria and Ghana, Health Policy Open
  • 2022
    Secondary school categorization in Ghana: Silent plights of students and implications for equitable learning, Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment
  • 2021
    The ‘New’ Free Senior High School Policy in Ghana: Emergent Issues and Challenges of Implementation in Schools, The Interchange, Quarterly Review of Education
  • 2021
    Ghana’s Readiness to Combat Terrorism: Strategies of Security Institutions, The International Journal of Intelligence, Security, and Public Affair
  • 2020
    Distribution Mechanisms of Ghana’s Free Senior High School Policy: The Equity Dimensions and Ameliorating Measures, The Interchange, Quarterly Review of Education