Risk governance, market competition and operational risk disclosure quality: a study of the ASEAN-5 banking sector’ in the Journal of Operational Risk.

Hits: 11 FRESH FROM THE PRESS: Our very own Dr Suen Kolade and colleagues from Indonesia (Etikah Karyani, and Setio Anggoro Dewo) have published another great manuscript on ‘Risk governance, market competition and operational risk disclosure quality: a study of the ASEAN-5 banking sector’ in the Journal of Operational Risk. The Highlights from the research

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Cultural Netizenship by Dr James Yeku

Hits: 75In Press: watch your space for this exciting monograph by Dr James Yeku @17855511929. “How does social media activism in Nigeria intersect with online popular forms—from GIFs to memes to videos—and become shaped by the repressive postcolonial state that propels resistance to dominant articulations of power? James Yékú proposes the concept of “cultural netizenship”—internet

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Environments for Joint University-Industry Laboratories (JUIL): Micro-level dimensions and research implications

Hits: 17Dr Adegbile, Dr Sarpong and Dr Kolade have published an article in the Technological Forecasting and Social Change, that investigates the micro-level dimensions that influence environments for Joint University-Industry Laboratories (JUIL). Although there are considerable scholarly interests on the environmental conditions necessary to support JUIL-the paper focus on the micro-level conditions that facilitate JUIL.

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The differential effects of government support, inter-firm collaboration and firm resources on SME performance in a developing economy

Hits: 134Dr Bernadette Madawa-Bray together with co-authors,  Stella Zulu-Chisanga and Mwansa Chabala published an exciting paper on  “The differential effects of government support, inter-firm collaboration and firm resources on SME performance in a developing economy” in the Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies. The article contributes to the Small and medium enterprise (SME)  performance literature

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Social capital’s role in humanitarian crises

Hits: 133Dr Seun Kolade and colleagues recently authored an article exploring the role of social capital in humanitarian crises. The article argued, among others, that effective humanitarian programming needs to pay closer attention to existing networks of solidarity, trust and cooperation within and across communities in order to achieve lasting outcomes. You can check this link

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