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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 20, No 1 (2016)

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Articles

A new paradigm of knowledge management: Crowdsourcing as emergent research and development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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CW Callaghan 1-28
Relationship intention and satisfaction as predictors of wholesale and retail customers’ loyalty towards their training providers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Pelser, PG Mostert 29-50
The influencing role of social capital in the formation of entrepreneurial intention EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MJ Malebana 51-70
Advances in the corporate governance practices of Johannesburg Stock Exchange companies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Mans-Kemp, P Erasmus, S Viviers 71-93
Inflation dynamics in a dollarised economy: The case of Zimbabwe EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W Kavila, P le Roux 94-117
Board diversity and sustainability performance EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Oosthuizen, S Lahner 118-136
Mxit advertising’s influence on cognitive attitudes amongst Millennials in the Western Cape EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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RG Duffett 137-158
Personality dimensions and service failure severity: A cross-sectional study in the cellular industry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Kruger 159-182
Customer satisfaction and complaint behaviour: The case of small custom-made clothing businesses EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MM Makopo, HM de Klerk, S Donoghue 183-207


ISSN: 1998-8125
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