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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. The journal 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. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
22 December 2021

Original Research

 
International patent applications and innovation in South Africa  
Ulrich Schmoch, Anastassios Pouris
17 December 2021

Original Research

 
Youth’s participation in agriculture: A fallacy or achievable possibility? Evidence from rural South Africa  
Unity Chipfupa, Aluwani Tagwi
17 December 2021

Original Research

 
Development and preliminary validation of the work-unit performance questionnaire  
Jonathan Seland, Carl C. Theron
08 December 2021

Research Note

 
Regulating South Africa’s retirement funds: The case for clearer objectives  
Rob Rusconi
30 November 2021

Original Research

 
Has mobile phone technology aided the growth of agricultural productivity in sub-Saharan Africa?  
Omotomiwa Adenubi, Omphile Temoso, Isiaka Abdulaleem
25 November 2021

Original Research

 
Work engagement and perceived customer value, the mediating role of meaningfulness through work  
Marita Heyns, Sean McCallaghan, Werner Beukes
27 October 2021

Original Research

 
Household saving and wealth in South Africa  
Fanie Joubert, Theo Van der Merwe
26 October 2021

Original Research

 
Balancing quantitative and qualitative value-creation reporting  
Cornelie Crous, Marike C. van Wyk
31 August 2021

Original Research

 
Estimation of the potential economic welfare to be gained by the South African Customs Union from trade facilitation  
Shahrzad Safaeimanesh, Glenn P. Jenkins
16 August 2021
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