Dr Eunice Oppon
Lecturer in Business Analytics
Eunice Oppon joined the Science, Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (SITE) department in 2021. She obtained her PhD in Operations Management from the University of Sheffield. She received an MSc in Applied Economics from University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and BSc in Business Administration from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana.
She is an ambitious researcher who seeks to create and engage in academic research activities that generates impact. While studying for her PhD at Sheffield Management School, she wrote a research proposal and was successfully awarded a GCRF Africa Innovation grant to work on Agri-food circular economy in Ghana. She currently works on the project as a Co-investigator.
- PhD Operations Management
- MSc Applied Economics
- BSc Business Administration
- Sustainable Supply Chain Management
- Circular Economy
- Environmental Economics
- Climate Change Policy
- Data Analytics for Decision Making
Eunice is trained in Applied Economics, techno-economic assessment, energy economics, and value- and supply-chain impact assessment within agricultural and energy systems. She specifically specializes in operations and management research with considerable expertise in value chain sustainability assessment in various sectors including agricultural and food systems sector. She employs quantitative methods including input-output and life cycle assessment tools to estimate embodied environmental, economic and social impacts of agricultural value and supply chains. Her analytical and methodological work focuses on sustainability work within agricultural and food system value and supply chains.
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Awards and Honours
- PhD Award- Leverhulme Centre for Climate Change Mitigation
- Commonwealth Scholarship Awards
- Co-investigator on GCRF Africa Innovation grant on Triple Bottom Line Sustainability Assessment of Agri-food Circular economy in Ghana.