AIMS AND SCOPE
International Journal of Business and Common Market Studies is published Biannually. The Journal deals with contemporary and emerging issues of business, economics, finance, marketing, management strategies and practice as they relate to the third world countries. It is a multi-disciplinary journal, global in nature, integrative in approach, policy oriented and has meet international indexation standard and acceptability.

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EDITORIAL BOARD
EDITORS

UFOT A. PHENSON, Ph.D
Ritman University
Ikot Ekpene, Nigeria

OYOMETE, S. E., M.Sc.
Development Universal
Consortia, Ikot Ekpene,
Nigeria

CONSULTING EDITORS
ERWIN NORMARYO, M.Sc.
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Tarwa, Ghana

PROF. INYANG UDOFOT
University of Uyo
Uyo, Nigeria.

PROF. S. EZEANYIKA
Imo State University
Owerri, Nigeria

BUKAR GAJI, Ph.D
University of Maiduguri
Maiduguri, Nigeria.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Green Marketing: The Implications On Business Operations in Nigeria. 
Bello, Babatunde S.
Nwokenkwo, Ben O.
Ozimede, Elizabeth I.
Abdullahi, Funmi H.


Globalization And Economic Crisis in Nigeria. 
Ukiyedeikimie, Ugo

Sound Business Management Principles and Practices For
Improved Stock-holders Value in Nigeria. 
Dan-Abia, Kufre M.
Akpanenang, E. B.
Ikpe, Ini-Abasi J.

Battery Life and Mobile Phone Purchases By Tertiary Institutions’
Students in Abia and Imo States. 
Anyanwu, Aham
Chukwukere, Isinwa N.

Critical Evaluation Of High Tax Assessment to Overhaul Revenue
Generation in Cross River State, Nigeria. 
Okpo, Eke U.

Economic Analysis Of Tie - Dye Enterprise Among Small Scale Entrepreneur
in Lafia Local Government Area Of Nasarawa State, Nigeria. 
Mamman, B. D.
Zaknayiba, D. B.
Anda, S. D.

Cross-country Export Trade Determinants in Africa: Evidences From
Selected African Countries. 
Nwidobie, Barine M.

Socio-cultural and Economic Factors On Marketing Practices in Nigeria:
A Study Of Selected States In Northwestern Nigeria. 
Ibekwe, Francisca C.

 

Relationship Marketing: A Potent Tool for Achieving Competitive
Advantage in the Face Of Economic Downturn. 
Bello, Babatunde S.
Zubairu, Ibrahim T.
Abdullahi, Funmi H.


International Financial Reporting Standards 6 (IFRS) and Oil and Gas
Accounting in Nigeria: An Appraisal. 
Adesina, Julius B.


Is There A Real Difference? Examining Brand Choices Among
Consumers Of Malt Drinks. 
Nnamocha, Obiageli A.