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African Journal of Business and Economic Research (AJBER)
Published Since: 2006
Publication Frequency: Quarterly (Four times a year)

It is with great pleasure that I introduce this year’s first issue of African Journal of Business and Economic Research (AJBER). This issue features nine papers, covering three African countries; South Africa, Nigeria, and Ghana, while one take a multi-country approach. For South Africa, topics covered addresses the issues relating to fiscal policy and economic growth, money and happiness, employee engagement and its relationship to productivity in the sugar industry, and the inadequate disclosure of human capital in corporate annual reports. For Nigeria, the papers looked at the challenges in beverage labour market, enhancing the quality of market capitalization, and assessing the correlation between occupational stress and several. From Ghana, the paper analyses the problem of business tax evasion. Finally, yet importantly, the issues contains research on the welfare gains from economic integration in the Tripartite Free Trade Area. While the majority of these studies are country s............

   I am delighted to present this year’s last issue of African Journal of Business and Economic Research (AJBER). This issue features ten papers, covering topics on government debt, thresholds and economic growth in ECOWAS as well as SADC;  military expenditure as a driver of industrialisation and economic growth on the African continent; innovation spill-overs and productivity in South Africa; relevance of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) to stockbrokers in Nigeria; cross-culture adjustment and success in Ghana; customer loyalty for a sustainable leafy market sector; developing powerful brands with positive equity to sustain the traditional medicine industry; what informs consumers’ choice of mobile communication service providers; implementation of e-commerce by SMEs in the tourism sector; as well as the social and economic importance of the festival Gariep Arts in Kimberley, South Africa. While some of these studies are country and regi............

It is with great pleasure that I introduce this year’s second issue of African Journal of Business and Economic Research (AJBER). This issue features ten papers, covering six African countries; Ghana, Mauritius, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zimbabwe. The topics covered addresses the issues ranging from stock market efficiency to executive directors’ remuneration disclosure; the viability of emerging and frontier currency carry trades as an asset class in Africa; effectiveness of business management and entrepreneurship training offered by small and medium enterprise service providers; perceptions of various aspects of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment; gender gap in accessing formal credit for entrepreneurial purposes; organizational alignment; brand awareness and loyalty; government expenditure, economic growth and unemployment. While these studies are country specific, the focus of the studies and findings are applicable to other African countries.  Let me t............

I am delighted to present this year’s first issue of African Journal of Business and Economic Research (AJBER). AJBER is a triennial, double-blind peer reviewed, high quality international journal that provides an exciting opportunity for the publication of articles from academics, business practitioners, and policy makers at a time of great change across the wider business and economics field. The journal aims to advance vibrant, engaging, high quality and up-to-date research, which inform policies and practices, as well as improve understanding of how economic and business decisions shape the lives of Africans. The journal remains committed in publishing papers that may have a continental, regional or country focus. This issue of the journal contain papers with diverse research methods in the disciplines of Business Management, and Economics. As part of our future strategy, we will offer publication space to special and supplemental issues associated with conferences and spec............

This final issue of 2017 brings together six papers that tackle the turbulence in the African Business and Economic environment from discussions revolving around the subject of weak institutions (Ayadi, Williams, Desselle and Hyman; El Ebrashi and Abdel Aziz, this issue), to public-sector management challenges (Amoako, Okpattah, Gameti and Attasitsey; Modise and Rambe, this issue), and the role of ethical leadership (Kirsten, Wordsworth and Du Plessis ; Grobler, this issue). Starting with the first set of two papers, Ayadi et al., set out to highlight how weak institutional environments accentuate macroeconomic performance. The study examines the relationship between a measure of sustainability and the components of the Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA) launched in Nigeria in 2004. The results show that genuine savings was not positively correlated with any of the components of CPIA.  Therefore, the establishment of oil funds in Nigeria has not yiel............


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