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Southern African Business Review

The Southern African Business Review is a refereed and accredited scientific journal of the College of Economic and Management Sciences of the University of South Africa (Unisa).  The journal was first published in 1997 to serve as a vehicle for the publication and dissemination of research of a high standard in the fields of the economic and management sciences. It publishes theoretical and empirical articles in Economics, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Financial Management, Accounting, Public Management, Tourism Management and related fields.

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Vol 17, No 3 (2013)

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Articles

Tasks and activities of the business rescue practitioner: a strategy as practice approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Pretorius
A comparative analysis of strategy disclosure reporting trends in South Africa in 2010 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Ungerer
Confusion about entrepreneurship? Formal versus informal small businesses EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AA Ligthelm
Predicting retail banking customers’ attitude towards Internet banking services in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DK Maduku
Synthesis between leadership behaviours and principal–agent theory EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GJ Lee
Fiscal centralisation in a federal state: the South African case EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E Calitz, H Essop
Impact of interest rate changes on South African GDP and households: a combined macroeconomic and social accounting matrix modelling approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JC Jordaan
An assessment of selected organisational-based factors on the perceived success of agribusinesses: a corporate entrepreneurship perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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HM Lotz, SP van der Merwe
An exploratory study of co-production and its outcomes in the South African do-it-yourself hardware market EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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NS Terblanche
The influence of job embeddedness on black employees’ organisational commitment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Ferreira, M Coetzee


ISSN: 1998-8125