The Unizik Journal of Business (UJB) (ISSN-2659-0026) is the official journal of the Unizik Business School, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, committed to the advancement of business development in Nigeria, Africa and Beyond. UJB is an interdisciplinary journal that seeks to showcase the works of academics at the Unizik Business School covering its range of provisions. The journal is open to contributions by and with members of the Unizik community. Contributions could take a range of forms including review articles, practitioner pieces and the traditional qualitative and/ or quantitative research. It is anticipated that every submitted article should demonstrate currency of debate and practical, managerial or policy implications.

The Unizik Journal of Business (UJB) is the official journal of the Unizik Business School, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, committed to the advancement of business development in Nigeria, Africa and Beyond.  UJB is a multidisciplinary research outlet, which strives to comprehensively cover all business disciplines providing contributions are contemporary, of high quality, analytical, conceptual, and empirical articles that demonstrate originality either theoretically or practically. While the primary are of interest is on African business, UJB is open to a wider research context that interfaces with Africa. However, tradition, approach and/or philosophy of manuscripts submitted to UJB must demonstrate that the topics investigated are reflective on current trends underpinning business practices and their advancement in or with Africa.

UJB seeks to feature the latest theoretical developments and cutting-edge research that challenge established beliefs and paradigms and offer alternative ways to cope with the endless change in the business world as it pertains to Africa. Manuscripts should be targeted toward any of the following audiences:
  • Academics
  • Executives
  • Policymakers
  • Other related stakeholders (including NGOs, Charities, Investors etc.).
The subject coverage spans: Accounting, Banking & Finance; Agribusiness Management and Policy; Business Law; Creative and Cultural Industries; Economics & Development Policy; Entrepreneurship & Family Business; Global Business; Human Resource Management; Information and Communications Technology (ICT); Employee and Labour Relations; 
Leadership, Organizational Behavior & Development;
Marketing; Management Information Systems (MIS); Public Sector & Nonprofit Management; Operations and Supply Chain Management; Service Management; Small Business Management; Social Responsibility & Ethics; Strategic Management; Technology & Innovation Management; Tourism & Hospitality Management; Transportation & Logistics.

 

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