African Journal of
Business Management

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Bus. Manage.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8233
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJBM
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 4086

Table of Content: December 2008; 2(12)

December 2008

Marketing in Nigeria: concepts, principles and decisions

Author(s): Agbonifoh, B, Ogwo, E., Nnolim, D. and Nkamnebe, A.

December 2008

Risk attitudes and management strategies of small –scale crop producer in Kwara State, Nigeria: A ranking approach

  The risk attitude of small-scale crop producers in kwara State, Nigeria was examined. The study ranked the risk preference and management strategies of small-scale crop producer in the study area. A three – stage stratified random sampling was used to draw a sample of 250 crop producers from the four agro-ecological zones in Kwara State. Well structured questionnaires were used to obtain information...

Author(s):   O. E. Ayinde, O. A. Omotesho and M. O. Adewumi  

December 2008

South African values: A reflection on its ‘Western’ base

  The historical socio-political development of South Africa renders a unique environment in respect of the influence of ‘Western’ cultural values impacting on ‘African’ values. This papers sets out to reflect on the values held by African youth based on a pre-existing ‘Western’ scale. In the first instance the nature of values is considered with a particular focus on group...

Author(s):   Werner Soontiens and Johan W. De Jager  

December 2008

Evaluation of the implementation of public sector supply chain management and challenges: A case study of the central district municipality, North west province, South Africa

  The study evaluates whether and to what extent supply chain management (SCM) practices in local municipalities are implemented.  A case study was undertaken in the Central District Municipality and its local municipalities, North West Province, Republic of South Africa. Purposive sampling was used through which thirty (30) respondents were identified and interviewed within the six...

Author(s):   S .O. Migiro and I. M. Ambe