International Journal of Entrepreneurial Development, Education and Science Research: Volume 4, Number 1

Editorial Objectives

The International Journal of Entrepreneurial Development, Education and Science Research (IJEDESR) takes an interdisciplinary approach and focuses on qualitative and quantitative research in all areas of management, business innovations, entrepreneurship education and science.

Journal Articles

Developing a Business Model to Advance the Patronage of Nigerian Indigenous Crafts on an e-Commerce Retail Platform

1Afeez Babatunde Siyanbola, 2Joseph Azi, 3Iyabo Tijani& 4Sulayman Olubunmi Ganiyu

1Department of Industrial Design, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria
2Department of Fine Art, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria
3Department of Fine and Applied Arts, Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, Nigeria

Factors Influencing Compliance with Nigeria's Public Procurement Act in Kaduna Polytechnic

1Dakwang D. Hyacinth & 2Muripshaka G. Yibis

1Department of Purchasing and Supply College of Business and Management Studies (CBMS), Kaduna Polytechnic
2Department of Printing Technology College of Science and Technology (CST), Kaduna Polytechnic

Impact of Innovation on the Performance of Small and Medium Scale Enterprise in Gwagwalada, Abuja

1Zwingina Christy Twaliwi & 2Opusunju Michael Isaac

1&2Department of Business Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi

Insurance and Entrepreneurship Development: Focus on Nigeria

1Osho, L.A, & 2Ademuyiwa, M.A

1&2Accountancy Department, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta

An Evaluation of the Challenges of Technical and Vocational Skills Acquired by Graduates of the Federal Polytechnic Mubi in a Distressed Economy, for Poverty Alleviation of Nigerian Youths

1Shittu Adamu Ngalburgi, 2YohannaYakubu & 3Ibrahim Zahradeen Wala

1,2&3Department of Building Technology, Federal Polytechnic Mubi, Adamawa State

The Applicability of Supply Chain Management Dimensions in Small Scale Enterprises Operation in Plateau State – Nigeria

1Okeke Augustine, 2Danjuma T. Nimfa & 3Aderonke Folagbade

1Department of Banking and Finance, Faculty of management Sciences, University of Jos
2&3Department of Business Administration, Faculty of management Sciences, University of Jos

The Influence of Motivational Antecedents on the Entrepreneurial Action of Fashion Designers in Plateau State

1Aondo, Chris Dura, 2Mang, Niri Job, 3Tsemba Wummen, 4Emmanuel Adukwu 5Kairo, Innocent & 6Fada, Kodun Abiah

1,3,4,&6Department of Business Administration, University of Jos
2Department of Banking and Finance, University of Jos
5Department of Economics, University of Jos

An Assessment of Business Students' Attitude towards Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Education

1Fada, Kodun Abiah, 2Aondo, Dura Christopher, 3Tsemba Wummen, 4Mang Niri 5Samdi, Musa Emmanuel, 6Emmanuel Adukwu, 7Okeke Augustine & 8Danjuma T. Ninfa

1Department of Business Administration, Gombe State University
2,3,4,5,6,7Department of Business Administration/Banking and Finance, University of Jos

The Impact of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) on Purchasing: a Case of Midgal Product Ltd

1Oba Abimbola Aina – David, 2Odunmbaku Aliu Ajani & 3Olatunde T. Sanusi

1&3Department of Business Administration and Management Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta.
2Department of Marketing, MoshoodAbiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta.

Investigating the Role of Risk Management on Prevention of Fraud in Nigerian Commercial Banks

1Salihu, Abdulwaheed Adelabu & 2Abdullahi, B. Yussuf

1&2Department of Business Administration Faculty of Management and Social Sciences Ibrahim Badamasi Babagida University, Lapai, Niger State

An Investigation of Technical Progress and Output Growth in Nigeria's Manufacturing Sector: Theory and Empirics

Gushibet Solomon Titus

Department of Economics, University of Jos

Civic Education Curriculum Implementation: Pathway to the Realisation of True Federalism in Nigeria

1Donald Bette Enu & 2Odey, Clarence Odey

1&2Department of Social Science Education University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria

Ratings Skills Needed by Business Education Graduates for Entrepreneurial Development in Southwest Nigeria

1J. I. Ezenwafor, Faben & 2Olaniyi. O. N.

1Department of Vocational Education Faculty of Education Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
2Department of Vocational and Technical Education Faculty of Education Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State

Impact of Climate Change on Agricultural Production by Farmers in Taraba State, Nigeria

Jifin D. Tsojon

Agricultural Education Department, College of Education, Zing Taraba State, Nigeria

Data on the Pattern and Distribution of Rainfall: a Potential Strategy towards Mitigating the Effects of Global Warming and Climate Change

1Oga I. O. & 2Oga M. O

1Department of Agricultural Technology Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Unwana, Ebonyi State
2Department of Home Economics/Hotel Management and Tourism, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State

Delivering Inclusive Growth for Economic Development in Nigeria

Mukhtari Mohammed Adamu

School of Environmental Studies, Ramat Polytechnic Maiduguri Borno State Nigeria

Re-Affirmation of National Core Values in Civic Education as Compass for True Federalism in Nigeria

1Donald Bette Enu, 2Sylvester Unimkeakongi & 3Anthony, Bissong Attah

1&2Department of Social Science Education, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar
3Department of History, Cross River State College of Education, Akamkpa

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