Greening Kenya’s Special Economic Zones and Industrial Parks: Achieving their Competitiveness in the face of Resource Scarcity and a Changing Climate Regime
The culture of industrialization through special economic zones (SEZs) and industrial parks (IPs) is gathering momentum in Kenya. Increasingly, the Kenyan private sector is recognizing that SEZs/ IPs do provide an enabling environment for manufacturing comprising of energy, water,
Modern society is becoming increasingly aware of the necessity to behave sustainably which resulted in higher expectations towards sustainable practices of businesses. Thus, Marketing 3.0, a concept developed by Kotler, Kartajaya, and Setiawan (2010) which takes a more sustainable approach
Globalization Effects on Sub-Saharan Africa: The Impact of International Trade on Poverty and Inequality
In a context of growing cooperation marked by increasing international transactions, the international trade which is a key component of globalization occupied a non-negligible position. Considering the divergence of ideas about the impact of international trade on countries…
Banks’ Lending Relationship Quality Index (LRQI) for the Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: A Review
Stiff competition in the service industry like banking sector has forced banks to search for the best approach to create, attract and retain a segment of satisfied customers. Relationship marketing is a comprehensive strategy used by many service providers to maintain an
Existing results suggest that entrepreneurs vary considerably in their intentions to grow their businesses; that men have more success in pursuing growth than women. Prior investigations on entrepreneurship also suggest female business owners might deliberately choose to keep
The way in which digital technologies have transformed our everyday lives is before our eyes. Such technologies now appear to be physical and cognitive prostheses that give meaning and continuity to our daily work, radically redefining the times, the spaces and the ways of our daily living.
More than 20 percent of in Germany living people have a migration background. From the economic point of view and in terms of customer protection, the group of people is noteworthy. Within this paper, the group of people with migration background is compared to people
Impact of Active Learning on Mathematical Achievement: an Empirical Study in Saudi Arabia Primary Schools
As learning at a primary school level is a critical process in setting foundations for individuals’ development, a sensitive and meticulous approach should be taken in the process of instruction and teaching strategy development for various subjects of the school curriculum.
Electronic banking is an important tool for all banks to survive in the competitive Nigerian Banking Industry. This study examines the relationship between the quality of service and customer satisfaction in the e-banking era.
Empirical Analysis of Intercultural Communication and Multicultural Team Performance: A Case of Uzbek and Russian Managers in Uzbekistan
There is a practical problem which this study will solve given that Uzbekistan is a country in which members of many ethnicities live. This article aims at identifying the Intercultural communication competence of Russian and Uzbek managers, team performance of a diverse