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Foreign Investors and Africapitalism: The Case for Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Africa
(Cambridge University Press, 2018-05)
Determinants of Informal Entrepreneurship in Africa
This study investigates the determinants of informal entrepreneurship in Africa. Using a crosssection of 21,954 firms from 47 African countries, the study estimates several multivariate models to examine the factors that ...
Leadership for high performance in local councils in Cameroon and Nigeria: Examining deviant and concordant practices to the philosophy of Ubuntu
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-08-28)
Emerging from indigenous communities in South Africa, the philosophy of Ubuntu has been heralded as a context-resonant leadership model befitting the African context. Ubuntu privileges moral and humanistic approaches to ...
Institutional Voids and Innovation Governance: A Conceptual Exposition of the Open versus Closed Architecture Choice
The choice of open versus closed innovation is shaped by the interplay between firms' analytical orientation and the institutional conditions within firms' operating environments. Whereas there is a plethora of research ...
Sustainable Human Resource Management in the Context of Sustainable Tourism and Sustainable Development in Africa: Problems and Prospects
Employment and workforce issues have been largely overlooked in sustainable tourism and efforts to address this shortcoming have drawn on sustainable human resource management (SustHRM) without regard to limitations of ...
Restrictions and Resistance in The Postcolonial Periphery: Labour Power and Skilled Migrant Workers in The United Kingdom.
(Red Globe/Palgrave Macmillan, 2020-04)
Central to the understanding of work in and by the Global South are processes of migration, in particular, international mobility. Work undertaken by workers originating from the Global South is often located within ...
Corruption Fights Back: Localizing Transparency and EITI in the Nigerian ‘Penkelemes’
(Wiley Online Library, 2020-08-07)
This study explores how the global transparency norm is localized in the Nigerian extractive industry. Transparency is theorised as a process which can be analysed in terms of rules, interactions, power games and context. ...
Nigerian Budgetary Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and its Shrinking Fiscal Space: Financial Sustainability, Employment, Social Inequality and Business Implications
Purpose: This article aims to explore the Nigerian government’s budgetary response to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the economic and social implications of the pandemic response. Design/methodology/approach: Our ...