South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences


SAJEMS' focus and scope

The South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences (SAJEMS) is a leading South African-based publication for interdisciplinary research in the economic and management sciences. SAJEMS publishes and disseminates high-quality academic articles that contribute to the better understanding of the interaction between economic, environmental and social perspectives as applicable to the broader management sciences in an African environment.

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ISI web of knowledge: 2013 Impact factor

 
Sajems citations

2013 impact factor: 0.153

five year impact factor 0.138

 
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Vol 17, No 5 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

Factors influencing the career success of professional and business women in South Africa PDF
Marianne Doubell, Miemie Struwig 531-543
The association among the seven elements of the black economic empowerment score and market performance PDF
Cara Maria van der Merwe, Petri Ferreira 544-556
Foreign direct investment and policy framework: New Granger causality evidence from African countries PDF
Rafiu Adewale Aregbeshola 557-568
Ethical business practices in the Eastern Cape automotive industry PDF
Hendrik Lloyd, Michelle Mey, Koman Ramalingum 569-583
A primer on counterparty valuation adjustments in South Africa PDF
Gary Wayne van Vuuren, Ja'nel Esterhuysen 584-600
The exchange rate, the trade balance and the J-curve effect in South Africa PDF
Eric Schaling, Alain Kabundi 601-608
A review of factors affecting the attractiveness of Angola to private equity (PE) investments PDF
Estefania Jover, Chipo Mlambo 609-623
Enhancing the use of internet banking in an emerging market PDF
Jacques Nel, Christo Boshoff 624-638
Market barriers for voluntary climate change mitigation in the South African private sector PDF
Derick De Jongh, Carmen Möllmann 639-652
Recent internal migration and labour market outcomes: Exploring the 2008 and 2010 national income dynamics study (NIDS) panel data in South Africa PDF
Nhlanhla Cyril Mbatha, Joan Roodt 653-672
Modelling the rand and commodity prices: A Granger causality and cointegration analysis PDF
Xolani Ndlovu, Eric Schaling, Paul Alagidede 673-690
Aspects of volatility targeting for South African equity investors PDF
Bhekinkosi Khuzwayo, Eben Mare 691-699


SAJEMS Abstracting / Indexing

SAJEMS is a refereed scientific journal and is accredited by the South
African Department of Education. SAJEMS is also abstracted / indexed
in the following databases:
  • Thomson Reuters in their Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI)
  • EconLit, the electronic database of the Journal of Economic
  • Literature (JEL)
  • The Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) list
  • ProQuest LLC
  • SciELO SA
  • Ebsco Publishing Inc
  • DOAJ Netherlands (Directory of Open Access Journals)


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