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October 2021

Journal of Accounting and Taxation
Factors affecting the internal audit effectiveness in local government institutions in Ghana

The paper examines the factors that affect the effectiveness of internal auditing in local government institutions in Ghana. Questionnaires were administered to the Internal Audit staff and Audit Committee members of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly in the Greater Accra region. Factor analyses were used to answer the closed-ended questions whilst the open-ended type was analysed based on recurring themes. It was found...

Author(s): Daniel Kofi Quampah, Hussein Salia, Karim Fusheini and Nicholas Adoboe-Mensah

October 2021

Journal of Land Management and Appraisal
Urban public land management from governance dimension: The case of Gelan and Lega Tafo Lega Dadi Towns

This study is an assessment of Urban Public Land Management from Governance Dimension: The case of Gelan and Lega Tafo Lega Dadi Towns.  To achieve these objectives qualitative and quantitative research approach was employed to identify the gaps under urban public land management from governance dimension. Questionnaires, interview, focus group discussion, and secondary data were employed to collect data and these...

Author(s): Fraol Udessa, Dagnachew Adugna, Liku Workalemahu  

August 2021

African Journal of Medical and Health Sciences
Factors affecting the vaccination status of under five children in Nasarawa State, Nigeria

Immunization is the most cost effective of public health intervention geared towards reducing childhood morbidity and mortality. There has been a global increase in the rate of immunization coverage with its attendant decline in vaccine preventable deaths. The immunization coverage in developing countries like Nigeria has however been challenging due to some reasons. Therefore, this study determined the immunization...

Author(s): Sarajudeen Bello, Ikrama Hassan, Taofik Ogunkunle, Olayinka Ibrahim, Abdulmumeen Lawal and Yahaya Issah

August 2021

Educational Research and Reviews
The theoretical analysis of ethical leadership lapses: A disturbing concern about school leadership in Botswana

A school is the only place with a formal and legitimate mandate of duty of care for the learner. Schools are expected to be nurturing environments free of abuse, exploitation, violence, bullying, humiliation, discrimination, harassment, negligence, cultural stereotypes, emotional distress, socio-economic marginalisation and moral prejudices. Some concerns about governance and ethical leadership in schools are therefore...

Author(s): Nkobi Owen Pansiri, Chikezie Ignatius Ugwu and Wazha Bickie Maundeni

July 2021

Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research
Entrepreneurship education and the professionalisation of higher education

Considerable concern is being paid to the professionalization of education. Professionalising higher education in a way in many countries is trying to build a bridge between theory and practice. First of all, it is important to know and understand that academics cannot be professionalised. This paper aims to explore a way to professionalise higher education. Data for the study is based on books and interviews with...

Author(s): Lema Catherine Forje

July 2021

Journal of Accounting and Taxation
Taxing the informal sector through presumptive taxes in Zimbabwe: An avenue for a broadened tax base, stifling of the informal sector activities or both

Domestic revenue generation occupies a central domain in most countries, leading to continuous mapping of strategies towards its enhancement. Taxation is a dependable and foreseeable avenue to generate revenue for governments to fulfil their key obligations of employment creation, economic growth and infrastructural development, poverty reduction and state security. Despite these plausible arguments, tax revenues are...

Author(s): Favourate Y. Sebele Mpofu

April 2021

Journal of Accounting and Taxation
Financial accountability mechanisms in local governments in Uganda: a case of Kabale District Local Government

The purpose of the study is to present financial accountability mechanisms in local governments, with reference to Kabale district local government. A cross-sectional research design, which used both quantitative and qualitative approaches to collect and analyze data, was adopted. Both simple random and purposive sampling techniques were used to select 117 respondents from 174 subjects. Questionnaires and personal...

Author(s): Perpetua Arinaitwe, Marus Eton, Moses Agaba, Abanis Turyehebwa, Bernard Patrick Ogwel and Fabian Mwosi

April 2021

African Journal of Political Science and International Relations
Attitudes of the Sudanese people towards the performance of new transitional government: An exploratory study

The article is exploratory in nature and uses descriptive statistical tools to describe the attitudes of Sudanese people towards certain policy issues faced by the Transitional Government in Sudan, which has emerged after the popular revolution of December 19, 2019, that ousted Bashir’s Islamite military regime. The new Transitional Government is now less than two-year-old. Hence it is difficult to...

Author(s): Ahmed Mustafa Elhussein Mansour and Adil Yousif

February 2021

Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development
Role of agricultural cooperatives in rural development in the era of liberalization in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon

The focus of this research was to identify the role played by agricultural cooperatives in rural development in the era of liberalization in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon. Primary sources were used for data collection. Questionnaires were administered to 329 respondents from 52 agricultural cooperatives in 40 villages with a response rate of 78.7% in the North West Region and 21.3% in the South West...

Author(s): Budi Fredrick Tumenta, Fonteh Athanasius Amungwa and Manu Ibrahim Nformi  

January 2021

African Journal of Business Management
Transparency and public procurement practices in the Nigerian Civil Service

This study examines the extent to which the level of transparency influences public procurement practices in the Nigerian Civil Service. A survey research design is adopted. The staff members of the public procurement department/unit of the different federal government ministries in Abuja made up the population of this study. The sample size consists of 352 staff members selected from different ministries where...

Author(s): Okotie Williams and Tafamel Ehiabhi Andrew

January 2021

African Journal of Plant Science
Natural rubber (Hevea brasiliensis Müell.-Arg.) production, processing, and rubber wastes utilization: Challenges and prospects for economic diversification and sustainable development of Nigeria

Over 80% of Nigeria’s foreign exchange earnings come from the sales of crude petroleum. Nigeria has a landmass of 910,768 km2 with 38.97% arable, while 3.46% is suitable for the cultivation of permanent cash crops such as rubber, cocoa and palm trees. High-latex yields (3,000-3,500 kg dry natural rubber (NR)/ha/year) of Nigeria’s hybrid rubber seedlings is a preferred choice to most foreign species...

Author(s): Samuel E. Onoji, Sunny E. Iyuke, Anselm I. Igbafe and Michael O. Daramola

January 2021

Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research
The digitally induced increase of wicked problems as a challenge for politics and public management

This paper aims to shed light on the connection between two developments that are increasingly shaping countries all over the world, especially in the western hemisphere: The boost in wicked problems and the rapidly advancing digitization. It also deals with the challenges this poses to politics and public administration. Some fields of action, which are closely related to the current socio-technical changes, are...

Author(s): Olaf Winkel

January 2021

Journal of Accounting and Taxation
Internal audit as an optimization tool for educational monitoring organizations

Organizations that oversee education institutes contribute to the quality of education. Audit as a tool can support the optimization of processes for these organizations. However, literature was scarce regarding audit in educational monitoring organizations. This research attempts to understand the position that audit holds in educational monitoring and how it optimizes their processes. A questionnaire based on audit...

Author(s): Lazos Grigoris, Karagiorgos Alkiviadis, Stavropoulos Antonios, Karagiorgou Dimitra and Hatzakis Nikos

January 2021

Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research
Basis for policy formulation: Systematic policy analysis or intuitive policy decision?

This study aims at assessing the extent to which the Ethiopian policies are based on rational policy analysis. Explanatory analysis methods are used to analyze primary and secondary qualitative data. The finding shows that in the policy making process only one policy option was investigated and crafted; the criteria used to evaluate the proposal are not clear; sophisticated solution methods haven’t been used....

Author(s): Selamawit Weldeslassie

January 2021

International Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies
Performance appraisal training of employees: A strategy to enhance employees’ performance in public teacher training colleges in Kenya

Human Resource (HR) practices like performance appraisal (PA) training are meant to ensure that employees are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed for the attainment of organisational goals. However, gaps still exist on the relationship between PA employees’ training and employees’ performance. This study aimed to establish the relationship between PA training and employees’ performance in...

Author(s): Justine Majau Miriti, Lucy K. Kirima, Mirriam M. Nzivo, Simon Thuranira and Nancy L. M. Budambula

November 2020

International Journal of Livestock Production
Native chicken farming: A tool for wealth creation and food security in Benin

Poultry is the second largest livestock in Benin (contributing to 22% of the total meat produced), and chickens are the most reared poultry in the country. The objective of this study was to assess the current trends of local chicken breeding and factors that influence their production performance, and thereby to deliver information for production improvement and sustainable use of indigenous chicken breeds. An...

Author(s): Camus Adoligbe, Arthur Fernandes, Richard Osei-Amponsah, Nourou Dine Adje, Robert Gbedevi, Marie-Christelle Fonton, Guilherme J. M. Rosa and Farougou Souaibou Souaibou  

October 2020

Educational Research and Reviews
Examination of intrinsic motivation, and job satisfaction of physical education and other branch teachers

The goal of this study is to determine the level of job satisfaction, and intrinsic motivation of physical education teachers, and other branch teachers. It also aims to assess whether the teachers’ participation in an event during their free time varies based on gender, age, marital status, having children, year of study, and type of school attended. After obtaining research permits, teachers were informed about...

Author(s): Elif Karagün and Zekiye Dilay Ekiz

October 2020

Journal of Economics and International Finance
Public agencies in Nigeria’s oil sector: Wealth distribution, economic development and poverty alleviation in the Niger Delta

Why are host communities where oil companies are operating in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria undeveloped despite huge contribution of petroleum resources to the economy? This question has led to debates among scholars on the role and operation of multinational oil companies in Nigeria. To address this question, detailed literature search was conducted including reviewing archival documents, company information and...

Author(s): Robert O. Okere and Nobert Osemeke

October 2020

Journal of Accounting and Taxation
Factors influencing International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) implementation success: Evidence from Ethiopia

Drawing on Institutional and Economic Network Theories, this study investigated factors influencing International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) implementation success in Ethiopian business organizations identified as Public Interest Companies by the government which were expected to adopt IFRS for the year ending June 30, 2018. The study adopted explanatory method to answer the research questions and test...

Author(s): Mengistu Bogale Ayele

September 2020

African Journal of Business Management
Manifestation of emotional intelligence and Transformational leadership in virtual teams: Case study of Nairobi technology hub

The dynamic nature of business and organizational operations in the 21st century as being influenced by tough economic times, globalization and need for higher effectiveness is forcing leaders to adopt more relevant approaches to management. One such adaptation is the use of virtual teams for international organization that have globally distributed offices and functions. This study provides insights into the role of...

Author(s): Lucas Ngigi Mburu  

September 2020

African Journal of Business Management
The impact of leadership styles on employee commitment in Madda Walabu University

Effective leaders are able to contribute directly by enabling competent and committed employees through encouraging them to perform well. Studies in the area of organizational behavior literatures have indicated that among the major factors affecting organizational success and failure are leadership styles and employee commitment. The aim of this paper was to examine the impact of leadership styles on academic...

Author(s): Tafesse Akinida Biza and Mohammedhussen Mama Irbo

August 2020

International NGO Journal
Relationship between municipal performance (service delivery) and communities’ rejection/acceptance of demarcations

This paper is an assessment of the relationship between perceived municipal performance (in rendering basic needs) and communities’ rejection/acceptance of amalgamations. The research attempts to answer the question “is there a correlation between municipal demarcation disputes and service delivery provision”. Data for this study was obtained using a quantitative approach. The findings indicate that...

Author(s): Luvuyo Ntombana and Thandeka Khowa

August 2020

African Journal of Business Management
Environmental reporting, accountability and governance of local governments: An Italian multiple case study

This article aims to investigate the complex interrelationship existing between reporting, accountability and governance of municipalities. More in detail, the paper attempts to identify the internal and external conditions inducing municipalities to keep environmental reports (Research Question 1) and to assess the impact of environmental reporting on the accountability of the municipalities’ governance (Research...

Author(s): Aurelio Tommasetti, Luca Del Bene, Gennaro Maione and Giulia Leoni  

August 2020

Educational Research and Reviews
Assessment of stakeholders’ views on accessing quality and equity of basic education in rural communities of Abia State, Nigeria

This study aims to analyze the views of stakeholders on access to quality and equity in Basic Education in selected rural communities of Abia State, Nigeria.  The study used mixed method design (quantitative and qualitative) in drawing views of a stratified sample of 432 stakeholders in the quantitative study and 72 participants of six focus group discussions. The study found out that access to quality and equity...

Author(s): Helen A. Ama, Fazlur R. Moorad and Sourav Mukhopadyay

July 2020

International Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies
Ladder of citizen participation: Insights into female student representatives on public university councils in Uganda

Globally, there has been a campaign to promote participation of females in the entire development agenda in general, but specifically in the higher education sector. Public universities in Uganda have attempted to ensure that female stakeholders are given a platform to participate in leadership and governance of their respective universities, though still seemingly scanty. The study therefore explored perceptions of...

Author(s): Christopher Samuel Mayanja  

July 2020

International Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies
Critical success factors for public-private partnership in universal secondary education: Perspectives and policy lessons from Uganda

There is a dearth of phenomenological interpretive studies in public-private partnership (PPP) policy in education service delivery. The limited extant literature on PPPs in education hardly explores insights into how stakeholders understand them, and what they perceive as critical success factors (CSFs) for their implementation in the context of developing countries. The overarching purpose of this study is to explore...

Author(s): Ivan Kiiza Twinomuhwezi and Chaya Herman  

June 2020

African Journal of Business Management
Artification as a driver of public value co-creation: Evidence from the photographic exhibition on Italian Ghost hotel

This study attempts to enlarge knowledge on public value co-creation within a complex environment such as artification. The transfiguration of object that is not regarded as art in the traditional sense into something art-like underpins the development of processes suitable for analyses within the co-creation framework. The case of “EXIT”, the photographic exhibition on Ghost hotel in the province of Pavia...

Author(s): Michela Magliacani  

June 2020

Educational Research and Reviews
Empathy trend of student-athletes in Turkey: Ardahan example

The aim of the study is to analyze empathy tendencies among students who are involved in sporting activities at Ardahan Province. In accordance with this aim, this study has been conducted through the survey modelling of quantitative research methods. For the data analysis, T-Testing and ANOVA were applied. According to the obtained findings, it is detected that there is a significant difference in the ability of...

Author(s): Abdullah KürÅŸad AKBULUT  

May 2020

Journal of African Studies and Development
The politics of actor involvement in local economic development in Ghana: Empirical evidence from the Accra Metropolitan, Keta Municipal and Shai-Osudoku District Assemblies

The main objective of the article was to examine the forces that shape the behaviour of the actors in the local economic development implementation process in Accra Metropolitan, Keta Municipal and Shai-Osudoku District assemblies. Using qualitative data from multiple sources combined with multiple case studies, the study found that the three Metropolitan, Municipal and District assemblies implemented somewhat different...

Author(s): Akpeko Agbevade  

May 2020

African Journal of Business Management
The effect of entrepreneurial orientation on firms’ performance of the telecommunication sector in Sudan

The purpose of this research is to investigate the effect of entrepreneurial orientation (EO) on firms’ performance in the telecommunication sector in Sudan. The EO is reflected in innovativeness, pro-activeness, risk-taking, competitive aggressiveness and autonomy which have been treated as a one-dimensional construct. Firms’ performance has been measured by financial and non-financial indicators in a...

Author(s): Abdelgadir M. A. Abdalla and Sara M. A. Mohamed  

May 2020

African Journal of Business Management
Loans and growth of small-scale enterprises in Uganda: A case study of Kampala Central business area

The study examines the impact of financial loans on growth of small-scale enterprises (SSEs) in Uganda. The contribution of SSEs in promoting economic growth and development is widely documented. Access to credit finance guarantees financial liquidity and sustainability of SSEs hence enhancing their profitability and growth. A cross-sectional research design was adopted using a quantitative approach, targeting managers...

Author(s): Eric Nzibonera and Ivan Waggumbulizi  

February 2020

International Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies
How school climate predicts teachers’ organizational silence

This study aims to explore the relationships between school climate constructs and teachers’ organizational silence (OS) and to analyze how school climate predicts teachers’ OS. The study population comprised all teachers (2,237) working in private primary schools in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The sample consisted of 329 responses, which represented 14.7% of the original population. Structural equation modeling...

Author(s): Saleh Ali Y. Alqarni  

February 2020

African Journal of Business Management
How crowdfunding makes museum value relevant: An Italian university museum experience

This study has attempted to enlarge the debate on museums relevant function, in connection to their mission to contribute to the development of the civic society. The research idea has stemmed from the issue of museum accessibility, through measured observation of a co-creation project carried out by a University Museum of Lombardy (Italy) through a crowdfunding campaign. The research has aimed at exploring the many...

Author(s): Michela Magliacani  

January 2020

Journal of Accounting and Taxation
Taxation efficiency and accounting assisted transparency, insight into a European framework

This paper highlights the relationship between taxation, accounting and transparency for achieving disclosure and efficiency. Research takes into consideration taxation costs and legislation in order to discern an optimized business level of transparency. The data collected from questionnaires were analyzed by descriptive statistical analysis, followed by factor analysis and reliability testing that led to relationships...

Author(s): Karagiorgos Alkiviadis, Lazos Grigorios and Leontiadis Nikolaos  

January 2020

Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research
Why public services matter: Linking citizen quality of life to local government services

As public demand for greater governmental efficiency and accountability continues to grow, it is essential for public policy-makers and administrators to justify the provision of public services through various performance measures. Citizen quality of life is a common indicator of government performance within the emergent literature as the existence of numerous public entities is predicated on their ability to provide...

Author(s): Andrew Wesemann

December 2019

African Journal of Agricultural Research
An analysis of socioeconomic factors affecting avocado production in saline and flooded areas around Lake Victoria Basin of Western Kenya

Avocado (Persia americana) a very important crop worldwide nutritionally and economically. In Kenya avocado does not thrive well in soils with high salinity, flooded or waterlogged areas. Survey was conducted around Lake Victoria Basin in Kenya to establish socioeconomic factors and flooding that affects its production. A sample of 400 households was interviewed using structured questionnaire, focus group discussions...

Author(s): Ouma George, George Duncan Odhiambo, Samuel Wagai and Johnson Kwach  

December 2019

African Journal of Political Science and International Relations
Analysis of political parties’ ideologies influencing public policy formulation in Uganda’s Nascent Hydrocarbon Industry

This study examined political parties’ ideologies influencing public policy formulation in Uganda’s nascent hydrocarbon industry. The study followed the four research objectives, research questions and hypotheses. The researcher applied a descriptive cross-sectional survey research design to guide the study. The research adopted both quantitative and qualitative approaches and data was collected from 218...

Author(s): Mulyanyuma Aaron Ayeta, Were Edmond Maloba and Okoth Pontian Godfrey  

November 2019

African Journal of Business Management
The impact of information asymmetry on public-private partnership contracts: Theoretical approaches

Institutional arrangements for making the benefits of expert information systems technology available to state enterprises in South Africa have been impacted by information asymmetry. The proliferation of infrastructure improvements has become palpable, hence the necessity to address information asymmetry in the public sector. The reliance on the private sector for expertise and knowledge has exacerbated the information...

Author(s): Rene Albertus  

November 2019

African Journal of Biotechnology
Evaluation of aflatoxins levels and molecular identification of toxigenic molds in cereals and cereal-derived breakfast foods in Nigeria

In the last decade, there have been an increase in safety concerns on the aflatoxins contents of cereals and cereal-derived food products in Nigeria. In the current study, evaluation of aflatoxins levels and molecular identification of toxigenic molds recovered from cereals and cereal-derived foods products in Nigeria were studied. Enzyme Link Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) and high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)...

Author(s): Michael O. Odo, Fidelis Azi, Ignatius C. Alaka and Veronica N. Nwobasi

October 2019

Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research
China’s path of rural poverty alleviation through health care financing: The case of Taijiang County-Guizhou Province

China has made considerable progress in economic, social, cultural and political fields since reform and opening-up started in 1978. In the last forty years the country lifted over 700 million people out of poverty by implementing large-scale, long-lasting, government-led, and very effective rural poverty alleviation and development plan. In health care financing, the country also achieved universal health insurance...

Author(s): Gebremichael Kibreab Habtom, Berhane Keleta and Ying-juan Liu

October 2019

Journal of Accounting and Taxation
Do economic variables still influence tax compliance intentions of self-employed persons in developing economies? Evidence from Ghana

The purpose of this study was to establish whether tax compliance intentions of tax-registered self-employed persons are still influenced by economic variables instead of non-economic variables which are now at the centre stage in tax compliance research. A quantitative research design based on a survey of 453 self-employed persons randomly selected from 15 Small Taxpayers’ Offices across the Greater Accra region...

Author(s): Jones Adjei Ntiamoah, David Sarpong Jnr. and Ernest Christian Winful  

July 2019

Journal of Economics and International Finance
Budgeting and budgetary control in the Ghana health service

The budget has been and continues to be a tool for effectuating fiscal policy goals of governments worldwide. The case of developing countries in sub-Saharan Africa, including Ghana is no exception. The arguments in support of systematised budgeting and budgetary control regimes in the public sector of economies, both developed and developing are overwhelmingly persuasive. The aforementioned arguments have been...

Author(s): Williams Abayaawien Atuilik, Ramatu Afio Peregrino-Brimah, Hussein Salia and Babonyire Adafula  

June 2019

Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research
Evolution of the public private partnership (ppps) and its application in down market urban housing in Kenya

The State Department of Housing in Kenya puts the housing demand in the country at 250,000 housing units per year, while actual supply is 50,000 units p.a. This demand for housing has accumulated to 1.85 million units as at 2018. This has led to the growing proliferation of slums and informal settlements, with the Department showing that there are over 500 such settlements. This state of affairs has been partly...

Author(s): Daniel Mutegi Giti, KÁkumu Owiti Abiero and Edwin Oyaro Ondieki  

June 2019

Journal of Geography and Regional Planning
Provision of down market urban housing in Kenya through strategic application of public private partnerships

Article 43 1 (b) of the constitution of Kenya (2010), alongside other international treaties which the country is party to, obligates the state to provide housing for all Kenyans. These instruments place a greater emphasis on the slums and informal settlements upgrading and development, key among which is down market urban housing. Down market urban housing is principally housing for the low income urban households, or...

Author(s): Daniel Mutegi Giti, Owiti Abiero K’Akumu and Edwin Oyaro Ondieki  

June 2019

Journal of Accounting and Taxation
Impact of IPSAS adoption on transparency and accountability in managing public funds in developing countries: Evidence from Liberia

International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) has become one of the popular tools implemented by governments to ensure greater transparency and accountability globally. This research assesses the impact of IPSAS adoption on transparency and accountability in the use of public funds in Liberia. A survey design using five-point Likert scale questionnaire was employed for collecting the data. Questionnaires were...

Author(s): Williams Abayaawien Atuilik and Hussein Salia

June 2019

African Journal of Business Management
Incentives as correlates of employees’ loyalty towards management in organisation

The study investigates the effects of incentives on employees’ loyalty towards organisational management. It considers the types of incentives structure implemented for employees, and its probable effects on the performance and loyalty of employees to the management of an organisation. Data were collected through the administration of questionnaire to one hundred and twenty respondents, comprising thirty...

Author(s): Idowu H. A. O., Soyebo K. O. and Adeoye E. A.  

June 2019

African Journal of Business Management
Involving stakeholders in university hospital performance reporting: The state of the art in Italy

University hospitals (UHs) need to pay attention to diverse stakeholders’ interests when reporting their performance information, to meet different knowledge expectations concerning the activities they have performed and the outcomes they have achieved. In the existing literature, the level of consideration of UH performance reports reserve for a broad variety of stakeholders interested in UH outcomes, each with...

Author(s): Carla Del Gesso  

May 2019

Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences
Spatial distribution and operations of petrol stations in the Kassena-Nankana district (Ghana) and associated health and safety hazards

This study was conducted in Paga to assess the spatial distribution and operations of petrol stations and the associated health and safety hazards. Coordinates of the stations and the distances between them and the nearest residences were elicited and analysed using a GPS and ArcGIS software. Distances between fuel stations’ boundaries and the middle of the N10 highway and the distances between filling...

Author(s): Nang Biyogue Douti, Samuel Kojo Abanyie, Steve Ampofo and Ebenezer Ebo Yahans Amuah  

May 2019

Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research
Strengthening local government through participation and leadership: Bangladesh perspective

Active participation and effective leadership are two accepted substantial objects of a well-functioning local government, without those ingredients, governance of local government intuitions cannot be contented to its founding purpose. Bangladesh, an emerging South Asian economic tiger, has achieved some exemplary development within short time in many fields, is still struggling to establish a strong and vibrant local...

Author(s): Mohammad Samiul Islam, Mohammad Shakil Bhuiyan and Mohammad Fakhrus Salam  

May 2019

African Journal of Political Science and International Relations
The way-forward to make inter-governmental authority on development (IGAD) successful in actualizing a viable economic integration

Inter-governmental authority on development (IGAD) as a regional bloc is operating with a lot of impediments that delayed the organization from attaining greater economic integration. The objective of this study was to show the ways in which IGAD can actualize credible economic integration in the region, though the best is yet to come. Qualitative data collection approaches (interview and literature as primary and...

Author(s): Tewodros Woldearegay and Gosa Abera Mamo  

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