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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Vol 17, No 4 (2014)

Table of Contents


The influence of quality of work life on employee job satisfaction, job commitment and tenure intention in the small and medium enterprise sectors PDF
Richard Chinomona, Manilal Dhurup 363-378
The economic impact of hunting: A regional approach PDF
Petrus van der Merwe, Melville Saayman, Riaan Rossouw 379-395
An analysis of fundamental concepts in the conceptual framework using ontology technologies PDF
Marthinus Cornelius Gerber, Aurona Jacoba Gerber, Alta van der Merwe 396-411
Demographics and consumer ethnocentrism in a developing context: A South African study PDF
Chris D Pentz, Nic S Terblanche, Christo Boshoff 412-426
Promoting sustainable economic growth in South Africa through the production and export of low-carbon environmental goods PDF
Antoinette van Niekerk, Wilma Viviers 427-439
The relationship between marketing intelligence and strategic marketing PDF
Peet Venter, Mari Jansen van Rensburg 440-456
The dimensions of brand romance as predictors of brand loyalty among cell phone users PDF
Danie Petzer, Pierre Mostert, Liezl-Marie Kruger, Stefanie Kuhn 457-470
Economic incentives of family controlling shareholders and the monitoring role of non-dominant large shareholders in corporate governance: Evidence from the manufacturing firms in Malaysia PDF
Chin Fei Goh, Amran Rasli, Saif-Ur-Rehman Khan 471-483
Micro-evidence on day labourers and the thickness of labour markets in South Africa PDF
Waldo Krugell, Philip F Blaauw 484-499
Seeking rigor in South African business research: Aspirational principles in contrast to a recent publication PDF
Gregory John Lee 501-514
Employee engagement: The effects of work-home/home-work interaction and psychological conditions PDF
Sebastiaan Rothmann, Candice Baumann 515-530



ISI web of knowledge: 2013 Impact factor

Sajems citations

2013 impact factor: 0.153

five year impact factor 0.138

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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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