African Journal of
Business Management

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Bus. Manage.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8233
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJBM
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 4079

Table of Content: 28 January, 2015; 9(2)

January 2015

Motivational factors of formation, cooperate actions and gains obtained from the cooperation networks of building material retail in Parana: A comparative between the associated managers’ and retailers’ perceptions

This study analyzes factors that condition the formation of the building material of retailer cooperation networks and the results obtained with this actuation. This study was carried out of multiple descriptive and comparative cases, with transversal perspective of time. A non-disguised questionnaire was used, answered online by fifteen associated retailers and the manager of each one of the four formally incorporated...

Author(s): Sandro Deretti, Loise Schwarzbach,  Luciano Dalazen, Anderson Catapan and Claudimar Pereira da Veiga

January 2015

Networking for SMES in Uganda: A conceptual paper

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are considered a sector with significant contribution to the economical growth of both developed countries and emergent countries. However, SMEs are facing challenges for their survival with their limited resources. There is also considerable lack of empirical studies focusing on networking between SMEs in developing countries. Promotion of networking approaches with other...

Author(s): Peter Turyakira and Cathy Ikiror Mbidde

January 2015

The impact of credit risk on profitability performance of commercial banks in Ethiopia

The objective of the study was to empirically examine the impact of credit risk on profitability of commercial banks in Ethiopia. For the purpose secondary data collected from 8 sample commercial banks for a 12 year period (2003-2004) were collected from annual reports of respective banks and National Bank of Ethiopia. The data were analyzed using a descriptive statics and panel data regression model and the result...

Author(s): Million Gizaw, Matewos Kebede and Sujata Selvaraj

January 2015

The relationship between some demographic variables and leadership effectiveness among local government managers in South Africa

Scholars have argued that demographic variables are critical factors that could also be used together with other factors to explain the variances in the behaviour of effective leaders. They are very significant to virtually all kinds of modern organizations. The current workforce is increasingly getting younger and highly educated. And an increasing proportion of female managers are also found in today’s...

Author(s): Clement Bell, Roelf Rvanniekerk and Petrus Nel