African Journal of
Business Management

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Bus. Manage.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8233
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJBM
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 4142

Table of Content: 14 October, 2017; 11(19)

October 2017

Evaluation of innovation ability of high-tech enterprises based on catastrophe progression method

Previous researches have utilized analytic hierarchy process, factor analysis and other methods in investigating innovation ability; however, these have been found to have a common problem that is either too subjective or involves a complex calculation procedure. Application of catastrophe progression method in this paper on innovation ability evaluation of high-tech enterprises helps to avoid these problems. The...

Author(s): Yong Zhang, Rongrong Bao and Baolong Yu

October 2017

Marketing activities as critical success factors: The case of seed producer cooperatives in Ethiopia

The purpose of this study is to identify the specific marketing activities that contribute most to the performance improvement of seed producer cooperatives (SPCs) in Ethiopia. Both quantitative and qualitative procedures were adopted to extract information from knowledgeable and experienced experts using structured questionnaires. Results indicate that clear differences exist between Ethiopian SPCs in their intensity...

Author(s): Dawit Tsegaye Sisay, Frans, J.H.M. Verhees and Hans, C.M. van Trijp

October 2017

Story beneath story: Do magazine articles reveal forthcoming returns on stock market?

The study attempts to investigate the relation between news articles and stock returns, focusing on immediate impact of Pak and Gulf Economist articles. It endeavors to figure out whether such quantification of news articles has a relation with Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE)-100 index. Sample comprised of 511 words picked manually for analysis from 760 weekly issues of Pak and Gulf Economist. Correlation and regression...

Author(s): Aamir Sarwar and Qurat-ul-ain Mazhar

October 2017

Strategies for achieving sustainable economy in Nigeria taking into consideration the acceptable stakeholders

The downward trend in the Nigerian economy has become a source of worry to both the leaders and the led, making it difficult for the managers of businesses to make the decision for sustainable businesses. This work looks at the explosion of the Nigerian population from the year 2005 to date, the modern state of the Nigerian economy and the failed strategies tried in the past, with a look at the acceptable stakeholders,...

Author(s): Ogbo, A. I., Eneh, Nnajiofor C. J., Agbaeze E. K., Chukwu, B. I. and Isijola, D. O.