2010 PhD Department of Economic History, Umeå Universtity
Dissertation Title: Framing the Water and Sanitation Challenge. A history of Urban Water Suply and Sanitation in Ghana 1909-2005.
Urban water supply and sanitation services developemt in low-income settlements
Policies and Institutions for Climate Adaptation
Publications and conference contributions
Bohman (2012) The presence of the Past: a retrospective view of the politics of urban water management in Accra, Ghana. Journal of Water History. DOI 10.1007/s12685-011-0047.
Bohman (2010) Framing the Water and Saniation Challenge. A history of Urban Water Supply and Sanitation in Ghana 1909-2005. Doctoral Dissertation. Department of Economic History. Umeå University.
Bohman (2006) Framing the Water Challenge. Multilateral Donor Policies for Water supply and Sanitation 1960-2002. Published Licentate Thesis. Departmetn of Economic History. Umeå University.
Bohman (2010) Why Frames matter – continuity and Change in Ghana’s Urban Water History, Oral presentation made at Panel T – The re-regulation of Urban Water Services – Tracing the Geographical and Historical trails, Nordic Africa Days in Åbo, Finland September 2010
Bohman (2010) The presence of the Past – a retrospective view of the politics of urban water supply and sanitation in Ghana, Oral presentation at the International Water History Association Conference in Delft, Netherlands, June 2010.
Bohman (2008) The Presence of the Past - a retrospective view of the politics of urban water supply in Ghana, paper presented at the Urban Water Workshop, The Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden, October 2008. (Invited)
Bohman (2007) Framing the Water Challenge - Institutional Change within the Water and Sewerage sectro in Ghana 1957 - 2005. In proceedings of the 5th biennial conference of the Internantional Water History Association in Tampere, Finland. June 2007
Bohman (2007) Shifting responsibilities – Institutional Change within the urban water supply and sewerage sector in Ghana, paper presented at the African Economic History Workshop, London School of Economics, April 2007
Bohman (2005) Institutional Change within the Water and Sewerage sector in Ghana 1957 – 2005, Paper presented at the Swedish biennial meeting of Economic History, October 2005, Umeå University, Sweden
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