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Journal of African Business
J Afr Bus

Published/Hosted by Haworth Press Inc. ISSN (printed): 1522-8916. ISSN (electronic): 1522-9076.

The peer-reviewed Journal of African Business focuses on business and policy issues in reference to doing business in and with African nations. This journal--unique in its exclusive focus on African business, its quality, and its emphasis on current issues--features high-quality, cross-functional articles from and for academics, practitioners, and policymakers interested in African business. The Journal of African Business provides valuable insights into successful business techniques and strategies for the African business arena, plus theoretical perspectives, cutting-edge research, and actionable solutions to identified problems of particular interest to policymakers in government and international agencies. Targeted toward policymakers in government and international agencies, academics, consultants, and executives, the Journal of African Business features articles dealing with functional areas, such as marketing, finance, accounting, technology, information processing, management, and economics. The journal strongly requests studies that compare business issues between African nations or between African nations and non-African nations, one-country studies on African countries/regions and business practices, and book reviews and dissertation abstracts related to African business. Topics to be covered in the journal include, but are not limited to: assessing political risk and strategies for dealing with it, structural, economic, and political reforms, successful business (i.e., marketing, management, and accounting) strategies, exporting to and importing from Africa, impact of culture on business transactions, buyer-seller interactions, organizational, consumer, and privatization issues, legislation impacting business in Africa, competitor assessment, competitive market structures, business-government dealings, scams and corruption, investment in Africa, colonial trade linkages.

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