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2015


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AKOTEY JO & ADJASI CKD. 2015. Exploring the effect of microinsurance on asset inequality among households in Ghana. Journal of Developing Areas,
49(2): 373-398.

 

AZIAKPONO JM. 2015. Using complementary teaching and assessment methods in promoting active learning of econometrics in a graduate class: An experiment. International Journal of Education Economics and Development, 6(1): 20-37.

 

AZIAKPONO JM & WILSON MK. 2015. Interest rate pass through, financial structure and monetary policy in South Africa. African Finance Journal, 17(1): 67-90.

 

BUTLER R & BUTLER MJ. 2015. The password practices applied by South African online consumers: Perception versus reality. South African Journal of Information Management; 17(1): Art.#638.
BUTLER R School of Accountancy Author 1 0.50 0.00

 

CHAN KYA, OERLEMANS LAG & VOLSCHENK JW. 2015. On the construct validity of measures of willingness to pay for green electricity: Evidence from a South African case. Applied Energy, 160(2015): 321-328.

 

CHAUDHRY SM & KLEIMEIER-ROS S. 2015. Lead arranger reputation and the structure of loan syndicates. Journal of International Financial Markets Institutions & Money, 38: 116-126.

 

DAUDA RS & AZIAKPONO JM. 2015. Population dynamics and economic outcomes in West Africa. Journal for Studies in Economics and Econometrics / Tydskrif vir Studies in Ekonomie en Ekonometrie,  39(3): 117-145.

 

DJOLOV GG. 2015. Competition in the South African manufacturing sector: An empirical probe. South African Journal of Business Management, 46(3): 21-29.

 

JIN Z, LYNCH R, ATTIA S, CHANSARKAR B, GULSOY T & UNGERER M. 2015. The relationship between consumer ethnocentrism, cosmopolitanism and product country image among younger generation consumers: The moderating role of country development status. International Business Review, 24(2015): 380-393.

 

KAPINGURA FM & IKHIDE S. 2015. Macroeconomic determinants of liquidity of the bond market in Africa: Case study of South Africa. Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, 7(3): 88-103.

 

KAPINGURA FM, IKHIDE S & TSEGAYE A. 2015. Determinants of savings in the SADC region: The role of foreign capital and financial development. Journal of Applied Business Research, 31(6): 1-15.

 

KLEIMEIER-ROS S & CHAUDHRY SM. 2015. Cultural differences and the structure of loan syndicates. Finance Research Letters, 15(2015): 115-124.

 

LA GRANGE PL & KRIGE JD. 2015. Profitability of momentum strategies on the JSE. Journal for Studies in Economics and Econometrics / Tydskrif vir Studies in Ekonomie en Ekonometrie, 39(3): 49-65.

 

LONG GD & MARWA NW. 2015. Determinants of financial sustainability of microfinance institutions in Ghana. Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, 7(4): 71-81.


MARWA NW & AZIAKPONO JM. 2015. Financial sustainability of Tanzanian saving and credit cooperatives. International Journal of Social Economics, 42(10): 870-887.

 

MTHIMKHULU AM & AZIAKPONO JM. 2015. What impedes micro, small and medium firms' growth the most in South Africa? Evidence from the World Bank Enterprise Surveys. South African Journal of Business Management, 46(2): 15-28.

 

NAUDE PJ. 2015. Pathways in theology. Ecumenical, African and Reformed. Stellenbosch: Sun Press. 

NAUDE PJ. 2015. African urbanims: Reinterpreting the marks of the church. Stellenbosch Theological Journal/ Stellenbosch Teologiese Joernaal (STJ). (Formelry NGTT: Ned Geref Teologiese Tydskrif), 1(2):69-86.

 

STEYN CB & DE KLERK JJ. 2015. Serving up the self: Role identity and burnout in client service environments. SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 41(1): 1-12.


THERON-WEPENER ML & BOSHOFF HC. 2015. An instrument to measure the customer-based corporate reputation of large service organizations. Journal of Services Marketing, 29(3): 163-172.


UNGERER M & VORSTER S. 2015. Strategy disclosure reporting trends in South Africa: A 2010-2011 comparative analysis for six industry clusters. Southern African Business Review, 19(3): 78-101.

 

VAN DER WALT F & DE KLERK JJ. 2015. The experience of spirituality in a multi-cultural work environment. African and Asian Studies, 14(4): 253-288.

 

VIVIERS S & SMIT EVDM. 2015. Institutional proxy voting in South Africa: process, outcomes and impact. South African Journal of Business Management, 46(4): 21-34.

 

WESSON N, BRUWER BW & HAMMAN WD. 2015. Share repurchase and dividend payout behaviour: The South African experience. South African Journal of Business Management, 46(3): 43-54. ​


2014


​​ARKO AC, ABOR J, ADJASI CKD, AMIDU M. What influence dividend decisions of firms ​​​in Sub-Saharan African? Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies 2014; 4(1): 57-78.

 

DJOLOV G. A note on the estimation of the Gini Index. Margin - The Journal of Applied Economic Research 2014; 8(3): 237-256.

 

DJOLOV G. Business concentration through the eyes of the HHI. International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research 2014; 7(2): 105-127.

 

DJOLOV G. Exploring the connection between the coefficient of variation and the Gini Index. International Journal of Statistics and Economics 2014; 13(1): 46-56.

 

DJOLOV G. Re-exploring Chebyshev's Inequality. International Journal of Statistics and Economics 2014; 14(2): 41-52.

 

DJOLOV G. The Herfindahl-Hirschman Index as an official statistic of business concentration: Challenges and solutions. EDAMBA Journal - 11th Thesis Competition 2013/ 2014; 2014: 105-119.

 

ENGELBRECHT JA, HERBST FJ, BRUWER J. Region-of-origin (ROO) certification as marketing strategy in the South African wine market. International Journal of Wine Business Research 2014; 26(2): 139-162.

 

MARWA N. Micro, small and medium enterprises' external financing challenges: The role of formal financial institutions and development finance intervention in Tanzania. International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance 2014; 5(3): 230-234.

 

MARWA N. Revisiting a standard theory of cooperatives: A behavioural economics perspective. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 2014; 5(6): 117-121.

 

MARWA N. Tanzania's language of instruction policy dilemma: Is there a solution? Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 2014; 5(23): 1262-1268.

 

NAUDÉ PJ. Economic policy and theological reflection in South Africa. International Journal of Public Theology 2014; 8: 445-470.

 

SCHMITT U, BUTCHART BAH. Making personal knowledge management part and parcel of higher education programme and services portfolio. Journal of the World Universities Forum 2014; 6(4): 87-103.

 

TERBLANCHE N. Knowledge sharing in the organizational context: Using social network analysis as a coaching tool. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring 2014; 12(2): 146-164.

2013

ABOR, J., AGBLOYOR, E.K., ADJASI, K.D. & YAWSON, A. 2013. Exploring the causality links between financial markets and foreign direct investment in Africa. Research in International Business and Finance, 28: 1-10.

 

BREDENKAMP, J. & SMIT, E.V.D.M. 2013. Originator and generic medicine: Pricing and market share. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 7(2): 1-10.

 

BRUWER, J., COODE, M., SALIBA, A. & HERBST, FJ. 2013. Wine tourism experience effects of the tasting room on consumer brand loyalty. Tourism Analysis, 18: 399-414.

 

LOCHNER, F. 2013. The concept of the functionality grid and technological literacy. Disclosure and Governance, 10(4): 328-345.

 

NGWANGWAMA, M., UNGERER, M. & MORRISON, J.M. 2013. An exploratory study of key success factors for business success of companies in the Namibian Tertiary Industry. International Journal of Innovations in Business, 2(6): 604-629.

 

WESSON, N. & HAMMAN, W.D. 2013. Inconsistent shareholder spread disclosures. Accountancy SA, 20-21.

​2012

ABOR, J. & ADJASI, K.D. 2012. Non-bank financial institutions regulation and risk-taking. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 20(4), 433-450.

 

ADJASI, K.D., ABOR, J., OSEI, K.A. & NYAVOR-FOLI, E.E. 2012. FDI and economic activity in Africa: The role of local financial markets. Thunderbird International Business Review, 54(4): 429-439.

 

AGBLOYOR, E.K., ABOR, J., ADJASI, K.D. & YAWSON, A. 2012. Domestic banking sector development and cross border mergers and acquisitions. Africa Review of Development Finance, 20(4): 32-42.

 

AJILORE, T. & IKHIDE, S.I. 2012. A bounds testing analysis of migrants remittances and financial development in selected sub-Saharan African countries. The Review of Finance and Banking, 4(2): 79-96.

 

GANSON, B. & WENNMANN, A. 2012. Confronting risk, mobilizing action: A framework for conflict prevention in the context of large-scale business investments. FES International Policy Analysis, December: 1-20.

 

JORDAAN, B. 2012. When Grandpa is also the CEO - resolving disputes in family-owned business. IFC Public Sector Opinion, 28: 1-16.

 

UNGERER, M.2012. Are you a prisoner or an option innovator? MBA.co.za 2012: 1-10.

 

UNGERER, M. 2012. Paradoxes for leaders who think strategically. Finweek 2012: 1-2.

 

UNGERER, M. 2012. What type of leadership is required for the 21st century in Africa? USB-ED website 2012; EDFocus48. 

2011

HAMMAN, W.D. & WESSON, N. 2011. Disclosure of Share Capital: Are Reporting Standards Clear? Accountancy SA, February: 32-35.

 

HERBST, F.J., CHARTERS, S., RITCHIE, C., FOUNTAIN, J., THACH, L., DODD, T.H., FISH, N., TERBLANCHE, N.S. & VELIKOVA, N. 2011. Generation Y and sparkling wines: A cross-cultural perspective. International Journal of Wine Business Research, 23(2), 161-175.

 

HERBST, F.J., WADAWI, J.K. & BRESLER, N.C. 2011. An assessment of hotel product quality in Kenya as a basis for building destination competitiveness. Tourism Analysis, 16(2), 121-135.

 

HERBST, F.J., WADAWI, J.K. & BRESLER, N.C. 2011. Normative versus perceptual gap analysis of hotel product quality as a service to tourism in Kenya. Chinese Business Review, 10(12), 1-10.

 

KRIGE, J.D. 2011. Classifying Single Manager Hedge Funds: some New Insights. Journal of Alternative Investments, 1-10. 

2010

HERBST, F.J. & VAN LOGGEREBERG, M.J.C. 2010. Word-of-Mouth Marketing to a female emerging market: A South African perspective. Journal of Digital Marketing, 1(2), 107-127.

2009

ABOR, J. & BIEKPE, N. 2009. How do we explain the capital structure of SMEs in sub-Saharan Africa? Evidence from Ghana. Journal of Economic Studies, 36(1), 83-97.

 

HAMMAN, W.D. & WESSON, N. 2009. Share repurchases by companies listed on the JSE: The effect on market capitalisation. Accountancy SA, 14-15.

 

JORDAAN, H.A. 2009. Hybrid ADR processes in South Africa. New York Dispute Resolution Lawyer, 2(1), 117-119.

 

UNGERER, M. 2009. Hosting strategic conversations: some alternative approaches for leaders. Journal of Global Strategic Management, 3(1), 23-37. ​

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