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THE ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO BUSINESS IN AFRICA

Nwankwo Sonny

Oprawa:
TWARDA

Wydawca:
Taylor and Francis

Data premiery:
2014-06-22

ISBN:
9780415635455

997,50 PLN
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Opis produktu

Although the worlds poorest inhabited continent Africa has recently shown signs of being a source of economic growth in the coming decades with increased foreign investment notably from China and huge growth in GDP from a number of African states. In contrast to the heaving weight of books focusing on business opportunities in Asia Eastern Europe and Latin America Africa has been poorly served by academic publishing.Thiscompendium of scholarship offers cuttingedge knowledge relating to business in Africa. The objectives of this collection include:To shed new light on the sociocultural and historical underpinnings of business practice in Africa and their implications for promoting entrepreneurship and business behaviour in the regionTo consider the important constraints on business activities in Africa and the emerging best practice for redressing their real and potential impactsTo facilitate a better understanding of contemporary business practice in Africa through the application of relevant theories and models including emergent ones.The Routledge Companion to Business in Africa is a comprehensive reference resource that provides the perfect platform for embarking on research and study into Africa from the business perspective.Introduction (Sonny Nwankwo and Kevin Ibeh) Part 1: 2. IntraAfrican Regional Expansion: Rhetoric Reality and Risks (Franklin Ngwu Ifedapo Adeleye and Chris Ogbechie) 3. Regional Economic Integration and Corporate Africa in the 21st Century:A focus on COMESA (Gerry Muuka and Bellarmine Ezumah) 4. Africas Retailing Environment: The Online Shopping Perspective (Anayo D. Nkamnebe) 5. Understanding Africas Business Environment: The case of the Airline Industry (Raphael Akamavi and Yue Xu) 6. Africas Third Sector: Assessing the Impact of Africas Social Enterprises (Tigineh Mersha Ven Sriram and Roger Elliott) 7. African Consumers and CountryofOrigin Influence: Evidence from Morocco (A Ben Oumlil) 8. Proforeign Consumption Phenomenon in Africa: Insights from Nigeria (Ogwo E. Ogwo and Gazie S.Okpara) 9. Family Consumption Systems in Africa:A Focus on Children (Ayantunji Gbadamosi) 10. African Entrepreneurs Performance: An Ethnicity Perspective (Emmanuel Cleeve and Tidings Ndhlovu) 11. Women Entrepreneurship in SubSaharan Africa A Case Approach (Nnamdi Madichie and Robert Hinson) 12. Informal Economy Entrepreneurs from SubSaharan Africa: Observations from Kenya (Diane Holt and David Littlewood) 13. African Entrepreneurs Financial Literacy Debt and Bankruptcy (Ignatius Ekanem) 14. Diaspora Africans and Entrepreneurial Characteristics: A Focus on Nigerians in the UK (Sanya Ojo) 15. Ethical and Moral Philosophies of Business: North Africa Versus North America (A Ben Oumlil and Josephh Balloun) 16. Doing Business in Africa Some Challenges (Richard B. Nyuu Ellis Osabutey and Yaw Debrah) 17. Business Development in SubSaharan Africa: Obstacles Myths and Realities (Charles J. Mambula) 18. FDI in Africa: Chinese E

Data Publikacji: 2014-06-22
Wymiary: 246 mm 174 mm 1202.02 gr

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