African Journal of Business and Economic Research (AJBER) is a quarterly, high quality international journal that provides a forum for the publication of articles from academics, business practitioners, and policy makers. It is ‘two double-blind reviewed’ - meaning that each article has two reviewers, and that reviewer and author identities, in each case, are concealed from each other throughout the Review Process. The journal, which has been published consistently since 2006 aims to advance both theoretical and empirical research, inform policies and practices, and improve understanding of how economic and business decisions shape the lives of Africans. The journal accepts papers that may have a continental, regional or country focus. It is also envisaged that occasional special issues of AJBER will be devoted to thematic topics or to sub-regions or countries. Articles not dealing with Africa, but whose themes could be of relevance to African scholarship, are also welcome..
African Journal of Business and Economic Research , 1750-4554/1750-4562, started opeartions from United Kingdom in year 2006, publish paper in Business and Management Quarterly.