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Adoption Discrepancies Of Activity-based Costing Among The Manufacturing Smes In The Developed And Developing Countries: Empirical Literature Review | Godfrey F. Molela  Ismail J. Ismail  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Accounting | Dec,2020
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) constitute a very valuable component of economic enhancement framework that contributes significantly to countries' GDP in the world. The financial performance of these enterprises have inarguably become of paramount importance for their survival and growth. Adopting the activity-based costing (ABC) system is among the strategic

Assessing Teachers’ Knowledge And Skills In Integrating Ict In Teaching And Learning Of Students With Learning Disabilities In Rwanda Secondary Schools | Mr. Samuel Kabera  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Education | Dec,2020
Teachers' knowledge and skills in a given subject is a vital key in the learning of students in class. When learners are taught by teachers with competence, the learning go on smoothly with no interruptions. The study aimed at Assessing teachers' knowledge and skills in integrating ICT in teaching and

Drug Abuse And Academic Performance: Evidence From Some Selected Senior High Schools In Ghana | Leticia Apieleg Ayarna-Gagakuma  Kwasi Offei-Kwafo  Vivian Aku Gbade  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Education | Dec,2020  premium
This study investigates the effect of drug abuse on students' academic performance in some selected senior high schools (SHS) in the Greater Accra Region. The paper employed a descriptive survey approach and questionnaire was the instrument used for data collection. A sample size of 300 final year students was selected

Role Of Curriculum Development On The Integrity Of Evaluation Systems In Kenyan Universities | Robert Bisonga Mwebi  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Education | Dec,2020
Student evaluation is considered a critical part in the process of any curriculum development process. Through student evaluation, the efficacy of a developed curriculum can be judged of its worth. This therefore means that evaluation methods have to be beyond reproach. Thus, educational players within the higher institutions of learning

Assessing Students’ Readiness For Online And Distance Learning In Rwanda | Sixbert SANGWA, PhD  Richard MANIRAKIZA, PhD  Placide MUTABAZI, PhD  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Education | Dec,2020
Education has used a traditional delivery system where interaction between students and teacher was considered an essential element in learning. However, advance in IT and innovations in educational delivery have challenged this paradigm by ushering in new delivery methods, online and distance education, which are being adopted as the next

Assessing The Effect Of Budgetary Control On Firm Profitability: A Case Of Selected Sachet And Bottle Water Manufacturing Firms In Ghana | Timothy Azaa Ayamga  James Kwame Bayenteyea  Prince Sunu  Paul Muda  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Finance | Dec,2020
The study investigates the effects of budgetary control on the profitability of selected sachet and bottle water manufacturing firms in Greater Accra of Ghana. The researchers used the quantitative research design to determine and fulfill the purpose of the study. 54 registered sachet water and six (6) bottle water manufacturers

Occupational Stress And Its Management At Peki College Of Education, Ghana | Dickson Cheney-Afenu  Bernice Yawa Tsitsia  Samuel Kwasi Kabbah  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Human Resource | Dec,2020
This study's purpose is to examine the types, causes and management strategies of occupational stress among the staff of Peki College of Education. The study area was Peki College of Education (CoE). Purposive sampling technique was used in selecting 34 staff members of the College. Self-constructed survey Questionnaire was used

The Application Of Budgets And Budgetary Control On The Performance Of Small And Medium-sized Enterprises (smes) In Ghana | Mr. Daniel Susuawu  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Accounting | Nov,2020  premium
The study examines the effects of the application of budget and budgetary control on the performance of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana. The study adopted a quantitative descriptive research strategy to address the objectives. Primary data was collected from 200 SME managers/owners/senior staff using a structured questionnaire. The

Utilization Of Edible Insects In Risk Reduction Of Non Communicable Diseases | Dr Jane Naliaka Situma  Mary Ogola  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Public Health | Nov,2020
Non communicable diseases are associated with 60% deaths globally (WHO 20014). The risk increases as consumption of processed and convenient foods as meat and oils which is linked to NCDs, continues to rise rapidly in the world, Africa and Kenya hence need to shift to a more healthy diet. Interest

Budget Participation, Budgetary Slack And Budget Monitoring On Management Performance: Evidence From Club 100 Companies In Ghana | Mr. Paul Muda  Mr. Prince Sunu  Mr. Timothy Azaa Ayamgah  Mr. James Kwame Bayenteyea  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Accounting | Oct,2020  premium
The study investigates the effect of budget participation, budget slack and budget monitoring on the managerial performance of Club 100 firms in Ghana. The study used data collected from managers, employees and unit heads of various firms on the Ghana club 100 list through the administration of closed-ended questionnaires. The

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