African Journal of Business Ethics

The African Journal of Business Ethics (AJoBE) is the official journal of the Business Ethics Network (BEN) Africa. It was established in 2005 with the express purpose of promoting business ethics scholarship on the African continent. The journal is open access and is accredited with the International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS). We aim to publish two editions of the journal yearly. 

The aim of the journal is to contribute to the expansion and establishment of business ethics as an academic field in Africa. In pursuit of this aim, we wish to not only build a continental journal of high quality, but to also ensure that it achieves broad international credibility.  We invite scholars and practitioners to submit speculative philosophical papers, opinion papers, theoretical papers, empirical research reports (both quantitative and qualitative), as well as book reviews.  All contributions within the broad general scope of business ethics are welcome.  Guidelines for authors can be found here: http://ajobe.journals.ac.za/pub/about/submissions#authorGuidelines  

 

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Vol 12, No 1 (2018)

The articles in this special edition are based on papers presented at the Conference entitled “The Contribution of Business Schools and Higher Education to Inclusive Development”  held in Stellenbosch, South Africa, on 19-20 April 2017.  The Conference was jointly hosted by the University of Stellenbosch Business School and the University of Bath (United Kingdom).”

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Articles

Toward Deliberative Democracy: The Institutional Forum as an Innovative Shared Governance Mechanism in South African Higher Education PDF
Anne-Marea Griffin
From Capacity to Capability? Rethinking the PRME agenda for inclusive development in management education PDF
Jill Millar, Juliette Koning
World University Rankings: Reflections on Teaching and Learning as the Cinderella function in the South African Higher Education System PDF
Raazia Moosa
“The great unspoken shame of UK Higher Education”: addressing inequalities of attainment PDF
Fiona Mary Ross, John Christian Tatam, Annie Livingston Hughes, Owen Paul Beacock, Nona McDuff
Using transformative transition coaching to support leaders during career transitions PDF
Nicky Terblanche, Dr Ruth Albertyn, Salomé Van Coller-Peter
Market Driven Global Directives and Social Responsibility in Higher Education PDF
Frederick J Veldman