||The Law, Human Rights and the Judiciary.
||W. B. Van Lare
||Some Fundamentals in the Political Scene.
||C. A. Ackah
||The Role of Educated Persons in Ghana.
||R. K. A. Gardiner
||Institutional Challenges of Our Times.
||The Commonwealth in Eclipse.
||The Public Service and Administration of Public Affairs in Ghana.
||A. L. Adu
||The Man J.B. Danquah.
||Joseph Ephraim Casely-Hayford, the Man of Vision and Faith.
||Humanising Science and Technology for National Development.*
||F. T. Sai
||Aspects of Religion and Life in Africa.
||K. A. Dickson
||African Unity – The Dream and the Reality.
||E. A. Boateng
||Higher Education and Development in Africa.
||A. A. Kwapong
||Environmental Management and the Responsibility of the Privileged.*
||L. E. Obeng
||Theology as Liberation: For Contemporary Third World Programme.
||C. G. Baeta
||The Cultural Basis of Our National Development.
||K. Twum Barima
||The Urban-Rural Contrast in Ghana and its Implication for Development.
||K. B. Dickson
||Traditional Medicine in Ghana: Practice, Problems and Prospects.
||Ghana, a Nation in Crisis
||William Ofori Atta
||Language and Nationhood: Reflections on Language Situations with Particular Reference to Ghana.
||R. F. Amonoo
||Science and Society in Ghana.
||The Ghanaian Sphinx: Reflections on the Contemporary History of Ghana, 1972.
||A. Adu Boahen
||Medical Education and National Development in Africa.
||E. Q. Archampong
||West Africa and the Arab World: Historical and Contemporary Perspective.
||J. O. Hunwick
||Children’s Literature – The Ghanaian Experience.
||J.O. de Graft-Hanson
||The Two Cultures Revisited: Interactions of Science and Culture.
||D. A. Akyeampong
||The Health Issues of Human Reproduction of Our Time.
||D. A. Ampofo
||Linguistic Barriers to Communication in the Modern World.
||L. A. Boadi
||An Anatomy of Modern Ghana
||J. M. Assimeng
||Flexibility and Responsiveness to the Economy of Ghana.
||J. H. Frimpong-Ansah
||Closing the North-South Gap; a Personal Point of View.
||J. K. M. Quartey
||Veterinary Medicine in the Service of Mankind.
||E. N. W. Oppong
||Beyond Cultures: Perceiving a Common Humanity.
||Education in Ghana: A Tool for Social Mobility or Social Stratification.
||Technology for Development.
||Reflections on the Constitution, Law and Development.
||Nana S. K. B. Asante
||Training the Next Generation of Scientists.
||Marian E. Addy
||Religion, Culture and Language: An Appreciation of the Intellectual Legacy of Dr. J. B. Danquah.
||The Origins of Disease and the Future of Our Health.
||Education, Literacy and Governance: A Linguistic Inquiry into Ghana’s Burgeoning Democracy.
||Ghana and the Promotion of Pan-Africanism and Regionalism.
||S. K. B. Asante
||On Law and Liberty in Contemporary Ghana.
||S. K. Date-Bah
||Genital and Urinary (GU) Disorders and Services in Ghana: The Past, Present and Future.
||E. D. Yeboah
||Institutional Responses to the Challenges of Nationhood and Democratic Governance in Ghana.
||The Earth that Nourishes Us: Soils and Humanity.
||S. K. A. Danso
||Government and the Private Sector: Partners in Economic Development.
||K. O. Nti
||Leadership and the Ghanaian State Today: Reflections and Perspectives.
||J. R. A. Ayee
||Ghana’s Polarised Political Terrain.
||A. B. Akosa
||Human Capital and Economic Growth in Ghana
||Dr. J.B. Danquah: The Great Cultured Ghanaian Scholar and Patriot
||K. Donkoh Fordwor
||Peace and Security: An African Christian Theological Contribution
||John S. Pobee
||Women in History: The Case of Ghana – Pre-Colonial, Colonial and Post-Colonial.
||A. A. Perbi
||Religion and Science