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African Journal of Management and Business Research (AJMBR) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal that mainly publishes academic papers and research findings related to business and management studies, including strategy, international business, organizational behaviour, human resources, marketing, information management, production management, technology management, finance, accounting, and other allied fields. 

Vol. 15 No. 1 (2024)

Published: 2024-05-31



Determinants of Capital Structure of Banks with International Authorization

Evidence from Nigeria

Obi, Henry Kenedunium, Ebiringa, Oforegbunam Thaddeus (Author)
  • Abstract: 26  
  • PDF: 17  
  • Pages: 01-13

Career Trajectory and Employees’ Retention in Selected Public University Teaching Hospitals in South-South Nigeria

AJUFOH, Uche Sylvia, NWAFILI, Asinedu Kennedy, OKWUISE, U.Y. (Author)
  • Abstract: 16  
  • PDF: 14  
  • Pages: 69-83

Effect of Intangible Assets on the Financial Performance of Nigeria’s Deposit Money Banks

Analysis of UBA PLC and First Bank PLC

Pukon, Aisha Seigha (Author)
  • Abstract: 24  
  • PDF: 14  
  • Pages: 25-36

Effect of Entrepreneurial Pro-Activeness on Business Sustainability of Some Selected Medium-Sized Hotels in Ilorin Metropolis, Nigeria

Bello Ahmed Nurudeen, Sogunro Elijah Olusoji, Adeniyi Mubo (Author)
  • Abstract: 14  
  • PDF: 12  
  • Pages: 116-132

Informal Economy and Poverty Reduction

A Case of Selected Business Activities in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers State

Davis Ojima (Author)
  • Abstract: 24  
  • PDF: 16  
  • Pages: 55-68

Entrepreneurship and Female Fashion Designers in Nigeria

Thematic Study

Professor Issa Abdulraheem, Amina Hassan Usman, Dr. Rahman Mustapha, Dr. Oladoke Sunday Oladeji, Abdulwaheed Olajide Omotosho (Author)
  • Abstract: 28  
  • PDF: 15  
  • Pages: 105-115

Impact of Agribusiness Skill Training Programmes on Job Creation in Gokana Local Government Area of Rivers State, Nigeria

Amadi, Lawrence Obodowhuo, Amakiri Meebari (Author)
  • Abstract: 8  
  • PDF: 6  
  • Pages: 37-54

Effect of Self-Determination Theory (SDT) Elements on the Retention of Nurses at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH), Calabar, Nigeria

Pepple, Grace Jamie, Ene Okpo Ene-Ita, Dauda, Olayinka Tajudeen, Omosebi, Mayowa Adetunji, Ogar, Godwin Wonah (Author)
  • Abstract: 26  
  • PDF: 36  
  • Pages: 84-104

Assessment of Entrepreneurship Skills Possessed by Educational Management Undergraduates to Reduce Unemployment Rate in Rivers State

Elenwo, Pritta Menyechi (PhD), Ebom-Jebose, Abigail (PhD) (Author)
  • Abstract: 20  
  • PDF: 16  
  • Pages: 133-145

Utilization of Financial Management Skills by Entrepreneurs of Small-Scale Enterprises for Sustainable Economic Development in Bayelsa State

Ambakederemo Owulupu Samuel, Forcados Ogheneovo Joseph, Gbenana Yinzuo (Author)
  • Abstract: 9  
  • PDF: 7  
  • Pages: 15-24

Effect of Corporate Governance on the Performance of Listed Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria

Aminu Nassir Brimah PhD, Nurudeen Bello Ahmed PhD, Ghalib Hammed Olayiwola (Author)
  • Abstract: 8  
  • PDF: 3  
  • Pages: 146-154

Financial Technology as a Tool for Promoting Financial Inclusion in Nigeria

A Theoretical Review

Ezeocha, Chukwuemeka Maurice (Author)
  • Abstract: 0  
  • PDF: 0  
  • Pages: 166-181

Impact of Revenue-Expenditure Gap on Economic Outputs in Kwara State

Peter Kingsanjo Kolawole, Hassan Mohammed Kamaldeen (Author)
  • Abstract: 0  
  • PDF: 0  
  • Pages: 155-165
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Business & Economics

Effects of CBN Regulatory Restriction on Cryptocurrency Continued Adoption in Nigeria: Theoretical Perspectives

This study investigates the effects and implications of the Central Bank of Nigeria's regulatory restrictions on cryptocurrency adoption in Nigeria. The researcher discovered, among other things, that the sudden restriction of cryptocurrency trading and transactions has deeply shaken the crypto market in Nigeria, caused emotional shock and trauma to crypto traders, and prevented traders from buying cryptocurrencies with their credit or debit cards issued by Nigerian banks.



Internationalization & Emerging Markets

The Challenges and Opportunities of Emerging Markets for Firm Internationalization: The Case of MTN Nigeria

This study examines the main opportunities capitalized on by MTN Nigeria, such as the large and growing population, liberalizing telecommunications sector, the potential for innovation in digital and financial services, growing middle class, untapped market segments, and strategic partnerships with local firms. It also assesses the limitations of existing theories and the need for adaptation to the unique institutional, cultural, and competitive contexts of emerging markets.