International Journal of Innovative Research in Social Sciences & Strategic Management Techniques: Volume 3 Number 1

Editorial Objectives

The International Journal of Innovative Research in Social Sciences and Strategic Management Techniques (IJIRSSSMT) provides a viable intellectual platform to promote discussions, research analyses, and pragmatic studies including critiques on topics relevant to wider disciplines of Social Sciences and Management. It disseminates such knowledge with international standard procedures. The journal publishes original papers, review papers, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, case studies, empirical research, technical notes, and book reviews. The articles in the journal are open access to different users in different countries around the world.

Journal Articles

A Review of the Sovereign Wealth Fund and Sustainable Development in Nigeria

Dr. Chukwu, R.D

Department of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Faculty of Social Sciences

Human Development Indices & the Incidences of Mass Poverty in Nigeria: A Correlational Study of the Nigerian Democratic Experience, 1999 - 2015

1Damian Mbaegbu, PhD & 2Chioma Ugwoke PhD

1&2Department of Business Administration & Management, Madonna University, Nigeria Okija Campus

Private Sector Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria: an Empirical Investigation of Non-Oil Investment (1980 – 2013)

Dr. (Mrs) Uwakaeme, O. S

Department of Banking and Finance, Madonna University Okija Campus, Anambra State, Nigeria

Effect of Market Segmentation on Customer Satisfaction in Nigerian Banking Sector

1Dr. Kabuoh, M.N, 2Prof. Asikhia, O.U., & 3Dr. Alagbe, A

12&3Department of Business Administration and Marketing, Babcock University, Ilishan, Ogun State Nigeria

Non-Interest Financing a Tool for Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria

Anifowose Oladotun Larry

Department of Accounting and Finance, Gregory University, Uturu, Abia State

Impact of Microfinance Banks on the Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises in the North West, Nigeria

1Oladejo Lukman Gbolagade PhD & 2Ruqaiyat Mohammed Ka'oje

1Department of Business Management, Federal University, Dutsin-Ma, Katsina State, Nigeria
2Department of Business Administration, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Sokoto State, Nigeria

A Critical Evaluation of the Measurement and Effects of Fair Value in Financial Statements

1Sadiq Rabiu Abdullahi PhD & 2Muhammad M. Ma'aji

1Department of Accounting, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Bayero University Kano
2School of Economics, Finance and Banking, College of Business. 06010 UUM Sintok, Kedah Malaysia, Universiti Utara Malaysia

Legislative – Executive Conflicts and Democratic Governance in Nigeria's Fourth Republic

1Fatile, Jacob Olufemi (PhD), & 2Adejuwon, Kehinde David

1&2Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences,

Overcoming the Challenges of Incumbent Regime's Grip on Power in Africa: the Case of the Nigeria's 2015 Elections

1Margaret Apine PhD & 2Kuku Llinda Dooshima

1Department of Political Science, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Federal University Lokoja, Lokoja , Nigeria
2Department of Mass Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences, Benue State University Markurdi, Benue State

Role of Security Agencies in the Management of Situational Crisis in Nigeria

1Katuka Yaki PhD & 2Smuel Chom Bissalla

1Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi
2Faculty of Social and Management Science, Bayero University - Kano

Green Pricing and Consumer Buying Behaviour of Fast Moving Consumer Goods in Lagos State

1Ajike, Emmanuel O PhD, 2Akpan, Joy Samuel & 3Ajike, Saratu O

1Department of Business Administration and Marketing, Babcock University, Osun State
2Department of Marketing, University of Calabar
3Department of Public Health, Babcock University Osun State

Tourism Growth from the Nigerian Historical and Human Capital Development Perspective

Dr (Mrs.) Patience Erigbe

Department of Business Administration, College of Management and Social Sciences Oduduwa University, Ipetumodu, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria

Nigerian Development and the MDGS: a Theory on the Poverty/Corruption Incidence

Rose Mbatomon Ako (PhD)

Department of Economics, Nasarawa State University Keffi

An Assessment of British-American Tobacco Compliance and Government Regulations

1Ogundiwin, Ijeoma Jacklin, 2Dr. Ogundiwin Aaron Ola, 3Nwankwere, Idowu Aderonke & 4Ukaegbu Samuel Chinonso

1,3&4 Department of Business Administration and Marketing, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo Ogun State P. M B. 21244
2Department of Political Sciences and Public Administration, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo Ogun State P. M B. 21244

Economic Performance Evaluation and Trinity of Violence: Understanding the Interconnectedness between Frustrations, Desperation and Anger in Northern Nigeria

1Darma, M. R. & 2Kankara, I. A

1Pleasant Engineering and Technical Services
2Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Federal University Dutsin-Ma

Measuring the Effect of Dumpsite on the Urban Residential Property Market in Port Harcourt Metropolis

1Igbara, S. A, 2Eze, M. U, 3Nwogu, N. & 4Igbara N. A.

1Department of Estate Management, School of Environmental technology, Kenpoly, Bori
2&3Department of Estate Management, Abia State University, Uturu
4Department of Estate Management, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus

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