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e-Commerce in Africa: The Case of Nigeria

E. O. Ibam, O. K. Boyinbode, M. O. Afolabi
2018 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Serious Games  
Therefore, investment in e-commerce infrastructure in Africa (with more emphasis on Nigeria) will lead to rapid economic development within the continent.  ...  The level of development of e-commerce and its impact on the economy are analysed.  ...  1) Nigeria emerged top in Africa with a B2C E-commerce Index of 30.4 and ranked 100 th position out of the 137 countries covered in the study.  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.5-1-2018.153536 fatcat:yi5ie6g4t5a5dmqfgy7qd5rxsu

Factors Influencing the Use of E-Commerce by Small Enterprises in Nigeria

Ignatius Ekanem, Gbolahan Emeka Abiade
2018 International Journal of ICT Research in Africa and the Middle East  
use of e-commerce by small enterprises in Nigeria.  ...  In his dissertation, he examined the role of E-commerce in managing a small and medium size enterprise in Nigeria: owner-managers perspective.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijictrame.2018010103 fatcat:fsv3pl4vqva73ew2jtmg6hc2o4

E-Commerce in Nigeria: Benefits and Challenges

Ugo Chuks Okolie, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria, Awulika Happiness Ojomo, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria
2020 Humanities and Social Sciences Latvia  
E-commerce activities in Nigeria are rapidly growing as a result of vast improvements in telecommunication services. And e-banking is one area of e-commerce that has proven successful in Nigeria.  ...  This study explores the benefits of e-commerce and the challenges of e-commerce that inhibit its successful operation in Nigeria. Survey research was adopted for this study.  ...  At present, Nigeria's e-commerce industry is significantly growing after the coming of jumia. (2016) The above table reveals that e-commerce in Nigeria is fast rising in Africa.  ... 
doi:10.22364/hssl.28.2.05 fatcat:lesjsvwzlndm3o4u4uuba2ioha

COLONIAL ARMY RECRUITMENT PATTERNS AND POST-COLONIAL MILITARY COUPS D'ÉTAT IN AFRICA: THE CASE OF NIGERIA, 1966-1993

E.C. Ejiogu
2011 Scientia Militaria  
These facts underscore the meticulous attention paid by the British to the recruitment of their colonial forces in Africa.  ...  retain colonies in parts of the non-European world.  ...  They include: Claude E. Welch, "Soldier and State in Africa," Journal of Modern African Studies 5, 3(1967):305-22; Claude E.  ... 
doi:10.5787/35-1-31 fatcat:bpcf5mrcqbf5zj4gucuf3qtzvy

ONLINE PAYMENT OPTIONS AND CONSUMER TRUST: DETERMINANTS OF E-COMMERCE IN AFRICA

Mohamed Muse Hassan, Geunhee Lee
2021 International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge  
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effect of online payment options and consumer trust on the awareness and perception of e-commerce in Africa.  ...  The study results determined that the availability of locally popular payment options such as mobile payment in Africa affects the level of awareness and public perception towards e-commerce.  ...  Since Somalia is one of the least developed countries in the world, this paper takes the country as a case to study e-commerce in the developing world, especially in Africa.  ... 
doi:10.37335/ijek.v9i2.121 fatcat:blty5hvxezdwtmcalzw6z3zjie

Challenges and opportunities in the implementation of electronic commerce: The case of Nigeria
English

Adalikwu Chris
2012 African Journal of Business Management  
of e-commerce in Nigeria and outlines the key policy options that this country, can consider in formulation of policies to stimulate, support and maximize the effect e-commerce has on their economies.  ...  This research paper attempts to identify the problems in implementing e-commerce in Nigeria.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This research was supported by Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.  ... 
doi:10.5897/ajbm12.1156 fatcat:pkh2gtug4bbnpi7tv2f2fx47cy

The Uptake of E-Commerce Services In Johannesburg

Yohannes Bekele Worku, Mammo Muchie
2019 Civil Engineering Journal  
The aim of study was to assess the pace of adoption and quality of E-Commerce services that are provided to customers in Johannesburg, South Africa.  ...  The results showed that the pace of adoption of E-Commerce services in the three business districts was significantly influenced by a combination of technological and organisational factors.  ...  Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflict of interest. References  ... 
doi:10.28991/cej-2019-03091250 fatcat:lzzjoa2zyvbdzcssrxxiy6avj4

A Sentiment Based Text Analysis of the Perception of Chinese Infrastructure Development in Africa: Cases from Nigeria and Ethiopia

Dramane Thiombiano, Ahmet Yiğitalp TULGA
2021 International Journal of Social Science Studies  
For this purpose, we choose Nigeria and Ethiopia as important destinations of Chinese investment in Africa.  ...  To conclude, we argue for a need of more scrutiny from the parts of the leadership in Africa given the potential issues related to Chinese infrastructure projects in Africa.  ...  In the case of Ethiopia, Fortune, Reporter and Ethiopia press agency newspapers are selected for analysis.  ... 
doi:10.11114/ijsss.v10i1.5359 fatcat:sqcsqi6jwrgirmnfo5eg3xlqoq

E-commerce and entrepreneurship in SMEs: case of myBot

Alice P. Shemi, Chris Procter
2018 Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development  
Purpose: The adoption of e-commerce in Small and Medium enterprises (SMEs) is a much researched topic in developed and developing nations.  ...  The application of mobile devices, and social media networks (SMN) such as Facebook has revolutionalised the e-commerce adoption process in SMEs.  ...  In order to detangle the complexities of e-commerce process in SMEs, this study employs a qualitative and interpretive case approach to unearth details of e-commerce entrepreneurship by drawing from Contextualism  ... 
doi:10.1108/jsbed-03-2017-0088 fatcat:vok4nskos5e2peykrmjay3clbe

E-business and e-commerce applications and trends in the retailing sector in Zimbabwe

Charles Mbohwa, Batanai Sammie
2011 2011 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Workshop Series on Innovative Wireless Power Transmission: Technologies, Systems, and Applications  
This paper discusses e-commerce adoption trends in the Zimbabwean retail sector. Data were collected using questionnaire and interviews of 170 retailers and 73 customers selected in Harare.  ...  Mismatch between the demand for e-business solutions by customers and the supply of such solutions by retailers and a pronounced digital divide between multiple store and single store retailers in the  ...  Despite these efforts adoption of e-commerce in Africa is still very low [6] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/imws.2011.6115395 fatcat:rytpjbjzxvg7zc7wh452z2it6e

Influence of electronic commerce on business performance: Evidence from e-commerce organisations in Harare, Zimbabwe

Christine Ivy Hurasha,, Tafara Chiremba
2017 Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies  
The researchers recommended that organisations that have already adopted e-commerce should raise customer awareness and interest in e-commerce and promote the usage of the technology.  ...  Abstract: The purpose of the study was to explore the impact of electronic commerce on business performance with specific focus on business organisations in Harare, Zimbabwe.  ...  This observation was made by Kareem, Owomoyela & Oyebamiji (2014) who performed a research on the impact of e-commerce on business performance in Nigeria.  ... 
doi:10.22610/jebs.v8i6(j).1488 fatcat:h3bszmbdsfggpl5d7nrpy44dqe

E-business and e-commerce applications and trends in the retailing sector in Zimbabwe

Charles Mbohwa, Batanai Sammie
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management  
This paper discusses e-commerce adoption trends in the Zimbabwean retail sector. Data were collected using questionnaire and interviews of 170 retailers and 73 customers selected in Harare.  ...  Mismatch between the demand for e-business solutions by customers and the supply of such solutions by retailers and a pronounced digital divide between multiple store and single store retailers in the  ...  Despite these efforts adoption of e-commerce in Africa is still very low [6] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/ieem.2011.6118140 dblp:conf/ieem/MbohwaS11 fatcat:fxlko5gdz5b5lfsuvz4xaqdawi

Factors influencing the acceptance and patronage of E-commerce logistics operations in Nigeria

Adetayo Olaniyi Adeniran, Feyisola Olajire Akinsehinwa, Samuel Oluwaseyi Olorunfemi
2022 Bulletin of the National Research Centre  
wakefulness have significant influence on the acceptance and patronage of e-commerce logistics in Nigeria.  ...  To fill this gap, this study explored the factor influencing the acceptance and patronage of e-commerce logistics in Nigeria.  ...  acceptance and patronage of e-commerce logistics in Nigeria.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s42269-022-00816-x fatcat:pxpiojkjo5fplis5bamegkqu6i

Privacy and Data Protection in E-commerce in Developing Nations: Evaluation of Different Data Protection Approaches

Tiwalade Adelola, Ray Dawson, Firat Batmaz
2014 International Journal for Digital Society (IJDS)  
Many Nigerians are just beginning to understand what e-commerce is all about and thus they may not understand the concept of personal data protection in e commerce.  ...  Some other African countries, such as Ghana, South Africa and Egypt, are ahead of Nigeria in data protection policies [8] .  ... 
doi:10.20533/ijds.2040.2570.2014.0120 fatcat:4ttqqpun65at3fyq6tqwpmlbgy

Corporate Social Responsibility: A Case for the Igbo Trade Apprenticeship System (ITAS) as a Sustainable Model of a Startup Incubator for Social Entrepreneurship in Nigeria, Africa

Ugbaja Solomon Chukwuemeka
2019 International Journal of Economics Business and Management Studies  
not only in Nigeria but in other parts of Africa and the world as well.  ...  From the findings in this study, there is a significant relationship between the Igbo Trade Apprenticeship System and social entrepreneurship in Nigeria, Africa.  ...  ) in Nigeria, Africa?  ... 
doi:10.20448/802.61.194.213 fatcat:zk6r2dyqb5haplr2rxvd7aysny
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