Category:Regional Management Studies
Issue 4 2017
Issue 3 2017 Leadership and organizational development in Africa
Issue 2 2017
Issue 1 2017 Financial services in Africa
Issue 4 2015
Issue 3 2015
Issue 2 2015 Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth Challenges in Africa
Issue 1 2015 Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth Challenges in Africa
This paper systematically reviewed the contributions of the recent Nigerian government agricultural policies and the impacts on the agricultural value chain system in line…
The main purpose of this study is to see the macroeconomic effects of monetary and fiscal policy shocks in South Africa.
Regulatory changes and audit fees: the moderating effect of overlapping directorship and financial reporting qualitySalau Olarinoye Abdulmalik, Ayoib Che-Ahmad
This study examines the contemporaneous changes in the reporting regime in Nigeria by investigating the effect of regulatory changes on audit fees as well as the…
The role of banks to efficiently allocate loans to borrowers is fundamental to a thriving economy. In South Africa this is particularly important, given a challenging…
It is widely believed that ICT has a significant influence on the daily life of the poor and has positive spillover effects in their livelihoods. Mobile phones are one of…
Are the urban and rural male-headed households (MHHs) or female-headed households (FHHs) poorer and food (in)secured? Such question is of very important policy concern in…
This paper examines whether board structure affects microfinance institutions' (MFIs) default risk in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
The importance of obtaining a sovereign credit rating from an agency is still underrated in Africa. Literature on the determinants of sovereign credit ratings in Africa is…
Importance of small-scale tea producers in Kenya is not in doubt. They account for 60% of all tea produced in the country, serve about 560,000 tea farmers and employ about…
The study was conducted to investigate the economics of dry season vegetable production in Ogun state, Nigeria.
High inflation levels remain a challenge in macroeconomic stabilization policies among developing economies. Oil price is identified as an important driver of inflation…
Consequent on the widespread of fair value (FV) accounting with the coming into effect of International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 13, this study investigated the…
Do high-performance work systems mediate the relationship between HR practices and employee performance in multinational corporations (MNCs) in developing economies?James Baba Abugre, David Nasere
The purpose of this paper is to examine the mediating role of job involvement as high-performance work system (HPWS) on the relationship between human resource (HR…
One of the challenging factors in achieving sustainable growth is the inability of the Nigerian government to diversify the country's revenue base. This study aims to…
This study investigates the retirement funding adequacy of black South Africans and how it can be influenced by family structure, health status, financial literacy and the…
The purpose of this paper is to provide a contemporary perspective on post land reform Zimbabwe with special focus on the youth. It uses the social reproduction conceptual…
The paper examines the effect of internal remittances on the employment choices of household heads in rural Ghana.
The purpose of our study is to examine the inflation–growth nexus relationship for Swaziland between 1975 and 2016 with the intention of estimating an optimal level of…
The study aims to analyse the role of finance in the agro-industrialisation nexus in Nigeria using annual data on manufacturing value added, agricultural value added and…
Online date, start – end:2010
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- Prof John Kuada