African Journal of
Business Management

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Bus. Manage.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8233
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJBM
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 4173

Table of Content: October 2021; 15(10)

October 2021

Consumers’ purchase attitudes toward Shanzhai products: An empirical study of Chinese consumers

Shanzhai products have witnessed a huge growth China market. Although the shanzhai problem has been discussed in the literature, most of the studies are mainly literature review, practical report, or theoretical analysis. Empirical research remains scarce, especially the examination of underlying key purchase determinants of shanzhai purchase from consumer behavior perspective. This study embeds the shanzhai phenomenon...

Author(s): Xi Chen and Yun Wang

October 2021

A review of knowledge management and its application in the contemporary business environment

The quest for a better way of enhancing firm performance has led to the discovery of knowledge as a unique and firm-specific resource for achieving competitive advantage. Knowledge management has gained the attention of practitioners and scholars in recent times. Knowledge management involves obtaining the right set of information and making them available to the right people, at the right time. When an adequate...

Author(s): Japhet Imhanzenobe, Olaoluwa Adejumo and Olapeju Ikpesu

October 2021

A meta-synthesis of trade logistics influence on international trade

Logistics systems are inexplicably linked to trade and investment, and their significance in describing a country’s competitiveness in an increasingly globalized world is growing. Improved trade logistics, in conjunction by a way of more economic liberalization climate, increased volume and size of trade, as well as reach in distribution and production activities. With careful reviews, the study discussed a...

Author(s): Yekini Ojenya Salawu and Seyed Mohammadreza Ghadiri

October 2021

Ownership structure, financing constraints and inefficient investment: empirical analyses of Chinese data

Using the data of A-share listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges from 2008 to 2017, this paper empirically tests the moderating role of ownership structure between financing constraints and inefficient investment. The study found that rational use of the moderating effect of ownership structure is of great significance to improve the investment efficiency of enterprises. When there are financing...

Author(s): Hong-xing Tu  

October 2021

Local economic development in Nelson Mandela Bay and Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipalities: An empirical investigation

Albeit in its infancy, South Africa’s LED practice is a benchmark of a large number of African countries in general and southern African countries in particular. The practice stand out for its massive and growing LED budgets, robust legal and a variety of  LED governance structures, amongst others. This study seeks to answer three critical questions: What LED facets (particular aspects) are available in...

Author(s): Mativenga Ngatiane, Noluntu. S. Dyubhele and Hendrik Lloyd