JCBS Volume 6, Issue 2

Articles

EDITORS NOTE VOLUME 6 ISSUE 2-2021

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR HOUSING CO-OPERATIVES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE “CURRENT HOUSING AFFORDABILITY” IN NAIROBI COUNTY, KENYA

By Enock M. Onduko, Jones Kaleshu and Benson Ndiege

RESILIENCE OF TRADITIONAL AFRICAN CO-OPERATIVES AMIDST FOREIGN CO-OPERATIVES: A REFLECTION ON TRADITIONAL CO-OPERATIVE ORGANISATIONS IN THE SUKUMA COMMUNITIES OF TANZANIA

By Audax Peter Rutabanzibwa

PERFORMANCE OF PRIMARY AGRICULTURAL MARKETING CO-OPERATIVES IN ROMBO DISTRICT TANZANIA: APPLICATION OF FINANCIAL AND NON-FINANCIAL MEASURES

By Victor Shirima

YOUTH ENGAGEMENT IN LEADERSHIP FOR AGRICULTURAL MARKETING CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES SUSTAINABILITY IN KARAGWE AND KYERWA DISTRICTS, TANZANIA

By Angelina Lucas Nkilijiwa and Richard A. Msuya

NON-FINANCIAL INFORMATION DISCLOSURE AND PERFORMANCE OF FIRMS LISTED AT DAR ES SALAAM STOCK EXCHANGE, TANZANIA: IS THERE A LINK?

By Beny Mwenda, Benson Otieno Ndiege and Dickson Pastory

INTERNAL DRIVERS OF ECOPRENEURSHIP AMONG FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRIES IN TANZANIA

By Mohamed Buzohera and Salum Matotola

FACTORS INFLUENCING SELF-EMPLOYMENT AMONG VOCATIONAL AND NON-VOCATIONAL GRADUATES IN ARUSHA AND DAR ES SALAAM CITIES, TANZANIA

By Nicodemus S. Mwakilema

USAGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN IJEBU NORTH, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA

By : Adebanjo, Adedoyin Adewale and Rasheed, Simideleola Tolulope

THE SELECTION CRITERIA OF COMPETENT SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICE PROVIDERS THROUGH OUTSOURCING: THE EXPERIENCES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES IN TANZANIA

By Isaria P. Kisoli and Henry A. Mollel

BUYER-SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIPS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE PROCUREMENT PERFORMANCE: INSIGHTS FROM EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS

By Honest F. Kimario, Leonada R. Mwagike & Alex R. Kira

IMPACT OF INFORMAL TECHNICAL TRAINING ON ENTERPRISING BEHAVIOUR AMONG YOUTH: CASE OF GARAGE AND WELDING WORKSHOPS IN MOSHI MUNICIPALITY

By Sikawa Gideon Yona

INTERNATIONAL TOURISTS’ SATISFACTION WITH SERVICE QUALITY AT SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK IN TANZANIA

By Richard J. Matolo and Paul J. Salia

RURAL CUSTOMER ELECTRONIC BANKING SERVICES ADOPTION: EXPERIENCES FROM NMB BANK PLC CUSTOMERS IN ROMBO DISTRICT, TANZANIA

By Edgar Raphael Ninga and Gervas M. Machimu

CHALLENGES OF MARKETING ORIENTATION IN TANZANIA HIGHER LEARNING INSTITUTIONS REVISITED: A QUALITATIVE STUDY

By Francis Muya and Hawa Tundui

COMPETITIVENESS IN PROCUREMENT CYCLE AND VALUE FOR MONEY IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROJECTS IN TANZANIA: THE QUEST FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE

By Faustine Peter Panga

DETERMINANTS OF PERFORMANCE AMONG SMALL AND MEDIUM TOURISM ENTERPRISES IN TANZANIA

By Mary David and Albogast K. Musabila

INSTRUCTIONAL FACILITIES AND DIGITALISED OFFICE: TRAINING DEMANDS FOR NIGERIAN UNDERGRADUATES

By Olugbenga Adeyanju Akintola & Onyeka Magdalene Iyasele

REVITALISING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS (NGOS) AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES (LGAS) ON SERVICE DELIVERY IN TANZANIA: THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONAL AND ORGANISATIONAL FACTORS

By Wilfred Lameck

FINANCIAL AND NON- FINANCIAL INCENTIVES BEST PRACTICES IN WORK ORGANISATIONS: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF LITERATURE

By Manjenje, M. and Muhanga, M.

BOOK REVIEW: CHINESE AGRICULTURE AND AGRO-EXTENSION: A REFERENCE BOOK FOR INTERNATIONAL AGRO-TRAINING IN CHINA, EDITED BY NIE CHUANG. CHINA AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PRESS, BEIJING - CHINA, 2006. ISBN 7-80233-065-3. 411 PP

Reviewer: Rashid Abdallah Chikoyo

BOOK REVIEW: EXTENSION IN RURAL COMMUNITIES BY SAVILE, A.H. (1978). A MANUAL FOR AGRICULTURE AND HOME EXTENSION WORKERS-OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1978. ISBN 019-8594-062: 148PP

Reviewer: Prosper John Kimaro

BOOK REVIEW: PROPOSAL AND THESIS WRITING: AN INTRODUCTION; DONALD KISULU KOMBO AND DELNO L. A. TROMP. PAULINES PUBLICATIONS AFRICA, NAIROBI KENYA, ISBN 9966-08-133-X. 168 PP

Reviewers: Isaac Kazungu and William Barnos Warsanga

BOOK REVIEW: BANKING AND FINANCE: THEORY, LAW AND PRACTICE BY CLIFFORD GOMEZ. PHI LEARNING PRIVATE LIMITED, NEW DELHI, 2011. ISBN: 978-81-203-4237-8. 344PP

Reviewer: Lucas Mataba