The Journal of Business and Enterprise Development (JOBED) is a scholarly Journal which publishes articles, practitioners’ papers and book reviews in the following areas: Accounting, Business Law, Development Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing, Political Economy, Procurement and Supply Chain Management, Public Administration, Small Enterprise Development, Strategic Management, etc. The Editorial Board is receiving articles in the aforementioned areas for publication in the eighth edition.
Abibisem: A Journal of African Culture and Civilization, is a multi-disciplinary, peer reviewed journal, committed to publishing well-researched general or technical articles in any of the fields pertaining to African history, African philosophy, African music, culture and civilization and Africa’s relationship with the wider world. Abibisem was launched in 2008, and is published by the Department of History, University of Cape Coast, Ghana. From 2019, Abibisem will be published twice a year, in June and December.
The Ghana Journal of Education: Issues and Practice is an official journal of the College of Education Studies, University of Cape Coast. This peer reviewed journal aims to provide a credible platform for educational researchers to share their research and other scholarly works.
The Ghana Journal of Education: Issues and Practice is published by College of Education Studies, University of Cape Coast, Ghana, West Africa
Kente: Cape Coast Journal of Literature and the Arts is an international peer-reviewed, open access journal of the Department of English, University of Cape Coast, Ghana.
AJTHM is a peer-reviewed and open access journal published by the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management of the University of Cape Coast. The journal seeks to;
- publish and disseminate widely, research findings relating to the subjects of Tourism and Hospitality management on Africa or the rest of the world.
- promote scholarship and research collaboration among tourism and hospitality academics and professionals on the African continent and beyond.
- help bridge the gap between industry and academia by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas between the two entities.
- provide an international forum for the discussion of a wide range of applied research relating to tourism and hospitality management in Africa and beyond.