AJSD Volume 9 Number 3 | 2019

It is our pleasure to announce the publication of Volume 9 number 3 of the African Journal of Sustainable Development. In this edition, we have published a total of six interesting articles from diverse subjects ranging from economics, sociology, biodiversity, energy, waste management and climate change. A central theme of all the articles is sustainable development.

We are delighted that the journal has continued to receive very high patronage with the rejection rate still standing at barely 20 per cent despite the high number of articles received. Similarly, we are glad that since its inception the journal has been published regularly.

We sincerely thank our reviewers for turning in the reviewed articles within the stipulated time despite their busy schedules. We appreciate our contributors especially, for considering AJSD as a viable research publication outlet for their research work.

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  1. Determinants of Savings Habits Among Cocoa Farmers in Ghana: A Case Study of Atwima Nwabiagya District of the Ashanti Region; Emmanuel Buabeng, Opoku Adabor, Nadia Karen Ohene-Poku 6 ADEYEMI REVISED Manuscript (1)-2
  2. Livelihood Diversification Among Rural Forest Dwellers in Akwa-Ibom, Nigeria: A Multinomial Logit Approach; Felix O. Idumah, Deborah O. Oke, Lucy A. Orumwense, and Femi Awe 2-LIVELIHOOD-DIVERSIFICATION-AMONG-RURAL-FOREST-DWELLERS-IN-AKWA-IBOM-new.pdf
  3. Post-founder Survival of Indigenous Enterprises and Employment Sustainability in South-West Nigeria; Oluyomi A. Awofeso and Anthony A. Obemeata 3 Corrected Paper – Awofeso And Obemeata-1
  4. Determinants of Job Satisfaction and Job Turnover Intention: Empirical Evidence from Commercial Bank Workers in Ibadan; Oluwakemi Bolaji Okuwa 4 OKUWA PAPER FOR REVIEWED.doc CESDEV.doc october-1
  5. Entrepreneurial Competency and Business Success Among Indigenous Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises; Ismail O. Azeez and Adeola Essien 5 Azeeznd Essien_IJSD-1
  6. Direct and Spillover Effects of Health Insurance on Household Consumption Patterns in Ekiti State, Nigeria; Francis O. Adeyemi 6 ADEYEMI REVISED Manuscript (1)-2