Focus and Scope

African business and management research journal (ABMRJ) provides a platform for research dialogue to advance our understanding of Business and management. It publishes articles that deal with the theory and practice of Business and management, especially those who contribute in the development of ideas that can influence the real-time business scenario. ABMRJ includes papers that are interdisciplinary in nature including management, marketing, finance, strategic management, accounting, operations management, total quality management, law, sociology, psychology, gender studies, Anthropology, Economics, Education, Environmental Sciences, European Studies, Geography, Government Policy, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Social Welfare, Statistics, Women's Studies and any other topic which is related to Business and Social Sciences.

The goal of ABMRJ is to disseminate the latest thinking and research about business and social sciences across Africa and to provide an international audience a chance to gain knowledge on regional research. Preference is thus given to papers which adopt a local perspective or deal with local issues related to business and social sciences.

Peer Review Process

All papers are subject to strict double blind peer review by the international research community.

Publication Frequency

The Journal will be published quaterly

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

African Business and Management Research Journal

African business and management research journal (ABMRJ) provides a platform for research dialogue to advance our understanding of Business and management. It publishes articles that deal with the theory and practice of Business and management, especially those who contribute in the development of ideas that can influence the real-time business scenario. ABMRJ includes papers that are interdisciplinary in nature including management, marketing, finance, strategic management, accounting, operations management, total quality management, law, sociology, psychology, gender studies, Anthropology, Economics, Education, Environmental Sciences, European Studies, Geography, Government Policy, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Social Welfare, Statistics, Women's Studies and any other topic which is related to Business and Social Sciences.

The goal of ABMRJ is to disseminate the latest thinking and research about business and social sciences across Africa and to provide an international audience a chance to gain knowledge on regional research. Preference is thus given to papers which adopt a local perspective or deal with local issues related to business and social sciences.