EAJ-SAS Volume 3, Issue 2

Articles

Editors Note EAJ-SAS

INFLUENCE OF FIRM-SPECIFIC FACTORS ON PERFORMANCE OF FIRMS LISTED AT DAR ES SALAAM STOCK EXCHANGE, TANZANIA

By Benny Mwenda, Benson Otieno Ndiege and Dickson Pastory

INFLUENCE OF DESTINATION IMAGE AND SERVICE QUALITY ON INTERNATIONAL TOURISTS’ PERCEIVED VALUE IN SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA

By Richard J. Matolo and Paul J. Salia

PREDICTORS OF BEHAVIOURAL SUPPORT OF TANZANIA TOURIST DESTINATION BRANDING: DOES ENGAGEMENT OF LOCAL RESIDENTS MATTER?

By Aman David and Emmanuel Chao

ENHANCING STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN ECOLOGY THROUGH CO-OPERATIVE COMPUTER INSTRUCTION IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA

By Adebanjo Adedoyin Adewale

NATIONAL CO-OPERATIVE LAWS VERSUS INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE LEGAL NORMS: A CASE FOR COMPLIANCE IN TANZANIA

By Audax Rutabanzibwa

PERCEPTION OF UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES STUDENTS TOWARDS ONLINE LEARNING AMIDST COVID-19 PANDEMIC LOCKDOWN

By Abiola Lateef Olori and Anuoluwapo Olusola Adesanya

STATUS OF COUNSELING SERVICES IN ILALA MUNICIPAL’S PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS: ISSUES NECESSITATING EFFECTIVE COUNSELING SERVICE PROVISION

By Sweetbert Frank

E-COMMERCE USAGE AND PERFORMANCE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM TOURISM ENTERPRISES IN TANZANIA

By Mary David and Albogast K. Musabila

ENABLERS OF VENDOR MANAGED INVENTORY IN PUBLIC HEALTHCARE SECTOR; ADDRESSING PHARMACEUTICALS STOCK-OUTS IN KENYA AND TANZANIA: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Kennedy

By Otemba Odongo and Faustine Peter Panga

PRICING STRUCTURE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND SUSTAINABILITY OF FARMERS IN TANZANIA: AN EMPIRICAL REVIEW

By Emmanuel M. Tonya

TREND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON BUSINESS PERFORMANCE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CHURCH AND NON-CHURCH BUSINESSES IN TANZANIA

By Bernadette Temba, Jones Kaleshu and Gervas Machimu

UNCLEAR CONCEPTUAL BOUNDARIES BETWEEN SUPPLY CHAIN, VALUE CHAIN AND LOGISTICS: A REVIEW OF CONCEPTS, ORIGINS AND RELATIONSHIPS

By Richard Manase Nkunda and Kennedy Otemba Odongo

THE INFLUENCE OF WORKING ENVIRONMENT ON TEACHER’S ATTRITION IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KILIMANJARO AND MANYARA REGIONS, TANZANIA

By Rashid Abdallah Chikoyo

DUAL EFFECTS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

By Subuola Catherine Abosede, Olugbenga Adeyanju Akintola and Fehintola Tomi Lemo

TOWARDS PARTNERSHIP AND MULTI-SECTOR ENGAGEMENT FOR HEALTH RELATED RESPONSES IN TANZANIA: WHERE DOES ONE HEALTH APPROACH STAND?

By Mikidadi I. Muhanga, and Farida Saleh

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE FUNCTIONING OF SCHOOL BOARDS AND COMMITEES: INSIGHTS FROM PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN TANZANIA

By Orest Sebastian Masue and Christina Moses Maeda

BOOK REVIEW: NEW ERA OF MANAGEMENT 2ND EDITION, BY RICHARD L. DAFT. THOMSON SOUTH-WESTERN, MASON, OH: USA, ISBN-10: 0324537778, ISBN-13: 978-0324537772. 815PP.

Reviewer: Neema Penance Kumburu

BOOK REVIEW: QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES: A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION WITH EXAMPLES IN SPSS AND STATA. SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING AG 2019. ISBN 978-3-319-99117-7 ISBN 978-3-319-99118-4 (eBook). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-99118-4. 185PP.

Reviewer: Damian Boniface Sambuo

BOOK REVIEW: THE COOPERATIVE SOCIETY. THE NEXT STAGE OF HUMAN HISTORY. FIRST EDITION BY: NADEU, E.G. & NADEU, L. (2016). LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING IN-PUBLICATION DATA. PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 158 KENSINGTON DRIVE, MADISON, WI 53704. ISBN 978-0-9980662-0-2. 46 PP

Reviewer: Cyril Kalembana Komba

BOOK REVIEW: LOBBYING AND ADVOCACY: PROJECT SUPPORT INFORMATION (PSI) CONSULTANTS BY JITONGA, BA. NAIROBI, KENYA 2013. ISBN: 978-9966- 1544-39: 194PP.

Reviewer: Prosper John Kimaro