Khartoum University Journal of
Management Studies

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF KHARTOUM
  • Abbreviation: Khartoum Univ. J. Manage. Stud.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1585-8069
  • DOI: 10.5897/KUJMS
  • Start Year: 1994

KUJMS Articles in press

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Determinant factors of consumers’ bank selection decision in Sudan

The purpose of this study is to identify the key determinant of the bank selection decision by Sudanese banks’ customers. The motivation for this paper is the lack of research that empirically studied bank selection criteria that influence customers' selection decisions on banking services in Sudan. Data were collected using self-administered questionnaires to a sample of 253 of Banks customers in Khartoum state. Their...

Author(s):Mansour Ilham Hassan Fathelrahman

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Problems and challenges of management practice in emerging economies: An explanatory commentary on African context with emphasis on Nigeria

The paper discussed the problems and challenges of management practice in emerging economies, with a focus on African societies. It adopted a theoretic analytic approach in the study and discussion of the subject matter. It identified seven specific approaches commonly adopted by managers in Africa using Nigeria as a pointer, and posited that each approach reflects at-least one of the prevailing features. The factors...

Author(s):M.O.M. Akpor-Robaro

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Enhancing the Accuracy of the Historical Simulation Value-at-Risk Using EWMA technique: A Case of Khartoum Stock Exchange

Value-at-Risk (VaR) is a quantitative risk measure estimated either parametrically or non-parametrically. Historical simulation is a non-parametric approach that relies on historical data and this data span for a long period, which might encounter changes over time in the market circumstances (i.e. volatility). The accuracy of the historical simulation VaR (HSVaR) increases as the volatility adjusted to the current regime...

Author(s):Abdaljbbar B. A. Dawod, Zakaryia M. S. Mohammad

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