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African Journal of Accounting, Economics, Finance and Banking ResearchISSN (Print version) 1933-3404ISSN (Online version) 1933-3463
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Emmanuel Anoruo, Ph.D., Coppin State University, USA
Members of Editorial Advisory Board
Lesley Stainbank PhD., University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa
Anthony Aidoo PhD., Eastern Connecticut State University, USA
Yaya Sissoko PhD., Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
Emmanuel Anoruo PhD., Coppin State University, USA
Seyed Mehdian PhD., University of Michigan Flint, USA
Richard Ajayi PhD., University of Central Florida, USA
Weiping Liu PhD., Eastern Connecticut State University, USA
Mete Feridun PhD., Loughborough University, United Kingdom
About the Journal
African Journal of Accounting, Finance and Banking Research (AJAFBR) is an annual, peer-reviewed research journal that provides a publication outlet for practical and theoretical issues related to Africa. This journal is interested in country or industry specific issues that relate to accounting, economics, finance and banking. As a result of the need for enhanced development in the African continent, special consideration will be given to papers that not only highlight problems but also proffer solutions and make targeted policy recommendations. This AJAFBR attempts to encourage scholars, academicians and professionals to engage more in Africa-related research and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas. The journal publishes the highest quality articles in all business related disciplines especially in the areas of accounting, economics, finance and banking academic disciplines. While the management of this journal expects well researched and written articles to be submitted for review, no article will be rejected on the grounds of technicality. The journal welcomes manuscript submissions from scholars everywhere. Each manuscript is normally double peer reviewed and must not have been previously accepted for publication or review elsewhere. The Editor-In-Chief relies upon the evaluation reports provided by the reviewers, the originality and relevance of the ideas addressed in the article and the possible contribution to African development in deciding whether to accept the manuscript for publication.
Researchers, graduate students, bureaucrats, practitioners and all interested in the development of African.
Manuscripts are invited from researchers, academicians, bureaucrats and professionals for publication consideration. Each manuscript must include a 200 word abstract. Authors should list their contact information on a separate paper. Electronic submissions in MS-Word or PDF are acceptable. The journal publishes both empirical and conceptual research. Articles for consideration are to be directed through "Submissions"
In the subject line of your e-mail please write "AJAFBR submission"
Articles are accepted in MS-Word or PDF formats
Contributors should adhere to the format of the journal.
All correspondence should be directed to the editor at: "Submissions"
There is a $20 USD non refundable submission fee. There is also a non refundable resubmission fee of $10 USD where necessary.
Publication fee for each accepted article is $20 USD for sole authors, and $10 USD per co-author in the case of multiple contributors. Publication fees are not refundable. The publication of this journal is subsidized by courtesy of the Global Business Investments and Publications.
Hardcopy submissions should be directed to: Managing Editor, Global Business, Investments and Publications, P. O. Box 292, Mansfield, CT 06250, USA
Manuscripts should be double spaced, Times New Roman font, 12 point with 3.5cm margin on all four sides and use Windows 98, Windows 2000 or Windows XP
Articles must be no longer than 15 pages (all inclusive), double spacing. Manuscripts should contain a 200 word abstract. The manuscript must be clearly written without any spelling or grammatical errors.
All tables and figures should be incorporated into the body of the paper.
The paper should have two covers. The first cover should contain the title, abstract, full authorship, authors' academic degrees, professional titles, affiliations, postal and e-mail addresses, acknowledgement of research sponsors and assistance. This should then be followed by another cover that only indicates the article title and the abstract (this will be used for anonymous refereeing). This second cover should be followed by the full paper.
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