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Rev’d. Anayo Dominic Nkamnebe PhD, FNIMN, FISM, FNIM, FSSM (UK), is a Professor of Marketing and immediate past Dean Faculty of Management Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Nigeria. He was the Head, Department of Marketing and Sub-Dean Faculty of Management Sciences. He is the current Vice-President of The Academy of Management Nigeria and serves as African Representative in the Board of International Society for Market and Development USA. Rev. Professor Nkamnebe started his academic career after an intermission in the private sector. He has published and/or presented scholarly papers in journals and conferences across Africa, America, Europe, Asia. Rev. Prof. Nkamnebe has completed a full course on Case Teaching Method with the Harvard Business School USA, and Case Teaching & Writing Workshop by The Case Centre UK. He has successfully supervised several Ph.D. and Master degree works and served as external examiner for doctorate and master programmes, external assessor, and other invited services for Cape Peninsula University of Technology South Africa, University of Ghana Legon, Utkal University India, University of Cape Coast Ghana, Rourkela Institute of Management Studies India, University of Nigeria Enugu Campus, University of Lagos, Igbenedion University, University of Calabar, Cross Rivers University of Technology, University of Benin, Paul University Awka, University of Port-Harcourt, Abia State University, National Open University of Nigeria, Rivers State University of Technology. Covenant University, etc. Rev. Professor Nkamnebe has been a regular resource person for National Board for Technical Education and National Universities Commission for the purpose of accrediting marketing and other business programmes in the polytechnics and universities respectively. He is the Editor: Journal of the Management Sciences, Marketing Journal, Journal of the Marketing Academy, and Regional Editor (Africa) International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation-Inderscience-Switzerland. He is also editorial board member of the following scholarly journals: Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies (UK); Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship (UK), African Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (Inderscience-Switzerland), African Journal of Business and Economic Research (UK), African Journal of Economics and Management Studies (UK), Contemporary Economics (Poland) among others and is representing Africa in the Board of International Society of Market and Development USA among others.
He has rendered invited services to scholarly academies and professional associations (National Institute of Marketing Nigeria, International Academy of African Business and Development, International Society for Markets and Development USA, Nigerian Academy of Management, etc), Nigerian Institute of Management; conferences, and has regularly reviewed referred journals such as: Thunderbird International Business Review USA; African Journal of Business USA; Journal of Macromarketing USA; Management Research Review UK; African Journal of Business and Economic Research UK; Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship UK; African Journal of Economic and Management Studies UK; Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship UK; Foresight UK, Marketing Journal, Academy of Marketing Journal, Journal of the Management Sciences; Journal of Global Accounting, etc). He consults for government agencies, NGOs, and private sector organisations, etc.
The following journals have published Rev. Professor Nkamnebe: International Journal of the Emerging Markets UK, Management Decisions UK, Critical Perspectives on International Business UK, Southwestern Business Administration Journal USA, The International Journal of Management Education UK, International Journal of Applied Management UK, and Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy UK, Innovative Marketing Ukraine, African Journal of Business and Economic Research (UK), among others. One of Rev. Professor Nkamnebe’s papers received the Highly Commended Award for 2009 from Emerald in the United Kingdom and is a recipient of Achiever’s Award from the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria.
Previous work has been supported by funding from MacAuthur Foundation, and has received scholarly grants/awards from American Marketing Association/Sheath Foundation, International Society for Markets & Development, Roukela Institute of Management India, University of Dar Salam Tanzania, Consortium for Advanced Research Methods and Analysis, Nnamdi Azikiwe University etc. His Current Research Interests cover the broad area of marketing and entrepreneurship with special bias for sustainability/developmental marketing & sustainability consumption, export marketing, e-business/commerce/marketing, and entrepreneurial marketing, apprenticeship and micro & small business. Revd. Professor Nkamnebe is Fellow of The Academy of Management Nigeria, National Institute of Marketing Nigeria, Nigeria Institute of Management among others. Rev. Professor Nkamnebe is an Ordained Priest in the Anglican Communion and is currently a Canon.Interest Includes: Overarching areas of Marketing and Entrepreneurship with special focus on sustainability marketing, sustainable consumption, SMEs, micro-financing, export marketing, technology adoption
Books Published
Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2018), Assessing cross-national invariance of the three-component model of organizational commitment: A cross-country study of university faculty, EuroMed Journal of Business, Vol. 13 Issue: 3, pp.254-279
(Co-Authored with Shefali Nandan, Daphne Halkias, Paul W. Thurman, Marcos Komodromos, Baker Ahmad Alserhan, Chris Adendorff, Norashfah Hanim Yaakop Yahaya Alhaj, Alfredo De Massis, Eleanna Galanaki, Norma Juma, Eileen Kwesiga, Claire Seaman,)

Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2018), A Conceptual Framework for the Adoption of Islamic Banking in a Pluralistic–Secular Nation; Nigerian perspective, Journal of Islamic Marketing, Vol. 9, Issue 4, pp. 951-964 (Co-authored with Precious Ezeh)

Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2018), Inhibitors of Sustainable Consumption: Insights from University Academic Staff in Southern Nigeria, accepted for publication by Sustainable Development, (Co-authored with Ukenna, S. and Idoko, E.)

Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2017), Sustainable Consumption Behaviour in Sub-Sahara African Africa: A Conceptual Framework, Thunderbird International Business Review, Vol. 59 No. 1, pp. 33-502 (Co-authored with Ukenna, S.)

Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2012) “Profiling the Environmental Sustainability Conscious Consumer: Proposing the SPP Model”, Journal of Management and Sustainability, Vol 2, No 2, pp. 197-210. (Co-authored with S. Ukenna, I.C. Nwaizugb, S.C. Mguluwa and M.C. Olise)

Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2011) “Sustainability Marketing in the Emerging Markets: Imperatives, Challenges and Agenda Setting”, International Journal of the Emerging Market, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 217-232

Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2011) “Recovering of Micro Credit in Nigeria Implications for Enterprise Development and Poverty Alleviation”, Management Research Review, Vol. 34 No.2, pp. 236-247 [Co-authored with Idemobi, E.],

Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010a) “Micro-credit for Microenterprises? A study of Women ‘Petty Traders’ in Eastern Nigeria.” Gender in Management: an International Journal. Vol. 25. 4, 301-319 [Co-authored with Madichie, N. O.]


Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010b) “51 Iweka Road (Onitsha, Nigeria) - A 'New Paradigm' in Business Cluster Development Theory.” World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 229-243 [Co-authored with Madichie, N. O.]

Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2008a), “Cultural determinant of entrepreneurial emergence in a typical sub-Sahara Africa context”, Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 2, 4, 285-299.
Emerald Highly Recommended Award Winner 2009. [Co-authored with Madichie, N.O. and Idemobi, E.I.]

Nkamnebe, A.D. (2006a), “Globalised Marketing and the Question of Development in the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)”, Critical Perspectives on International Business, 2, 4, 321-338. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/10.1108/17422040610706640

Publications
Books: updated 2008

1. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2008), Basic Principles in Managing Research Projects, Dominican Publishers, Aba, [Co-authored with Ezejelue, A.C., Ogwo E. Ogwo].

2. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2006), Triple-P Advertising: Principles, Processes and Practices, (Afri Towers Publishers, Lagos), [Co-authored with Nwosu, I.E.].

3. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2007), Marketing in Nigeria: Concepts, Principles, and Decisions, (Afritowers, Lagos), [Co-authored with Agbonifoh, B.A., Ogwo, E. Ogwo, Nnolim, D.A.]

Edited Volumes: updated 2017
4. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2017), Management Sciences in Nigeria’s Quest for Development, SCOA, Awka [Co-editor]

5. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2017), African Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development, The Academy of Management Nigeria, Benin [Co-editor]

6. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2016), Diversity Management for National Development, The Academy of Management Nigeria, Benin [Co-editor]

7. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2015), Resource Management for Sustainable Development, The Academy of Management Nigeria, Benin [Co-editor]

8. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2012), Managing Sub Sahara Africa’s Competitiveness in a Global Economy, Rex, Charles and Patrick Press, Nimo [Co-editor]

9. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2011), Managing Public Private Partnership for Africa’s Prosperity, Rex, Charles and Patrick Press, Nimo [Co-editor]

10. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2011), Family-Owned Businesses in Africa: Text and Cases, Tanzania [Co-edited with Kyaruzi, I.S.]

11. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010). Capacity Building in Management and Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development, Rex, Charles and Patrick Press, Nimo [Co-edited with Frank Nwankwo]

12. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2009), Management of Small and Medium Scale Business Enterprises in Nigeria, Computer Edge Publishers, Enugu [Co-edited with Umebali, E.E., Nze, F.C., Ekwueme, C.M.]

13. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2009), Marketing in Nigeria’s Development, Rex, Charles & Patrick, Nimo [Co-edited with Ogwo, E. Ogwo]

14. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2009), Readings in Research Methodology & Grant Writing, Rex, Charles & Patrick, Nimo, [Co-edited with Nnabude, P.C. and Ezenwa, M.O.]

15. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2008), Entrepreneurship and Africa’s Quest for Development (in CD-ROM), Proceedings of the First Chike Okoli International Conference on Entrepreneurship, COCES, Awka, [Co-edited with Osisioma, B.]

16. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2005), Work Ethics in the Nigerian Universities, Proceedings of a Workshop on Work Ethics, UNIZIK, Awka.

Book Chapters: updated 2014

17. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2014), ‘Africa’s Retailing Environment: the Online Shopping Perspective’, in S. Nwankwo and K. Ibeh (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Business in Africa, Routledge: New York, pp. 70-86.

18. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2013), ‘Apprenticeship and Enterprise Development in a Typical Sub Saharan African Context’, in O.N. Ndubisi and S. Nwankwo (eds.), Enterprise Development in SMEs and Entrepreneurial Firms: Dynamic Processes, Business Science Reference/IGI: Hershery pp. 291-302.

19. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2012a), ‘Sustainable Consumption’, in Idowu, S.O.; Capaldi, N.; Zu, L.; Das Gupta, A. (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Corporate Social Responsibility, Springer, Heidelberg [invited contribution]

20. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2012b), ‘Apprenticeship’, in S.O. Idowu (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Corporate Social Responsibility, Springer, Heidelberg [invited contribution]

21. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010a), “Entrepreneurial Marketing in Informal Economies” in S. Nwankwo and A. Gbadamosi (eds.) Entrepreneurship Marketing: Principles and Practice of SME Marketing, Routledge, London. Pp. 318-433. [Co-authored with N.O. Madichie]

22. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010b), Consumption Patterns as Correlates of Environmental Degradation in Nigeria”, in Ahmed, A. and S. Nwankwo (eds.) Achieving Sustainable Development in Africa: Science, Technology & Innovation Trajectory, World Association for Sustainable Development, London, pp. 221-230.

23. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010c) “Managing Succession in Family-Owned Businesses in a Typical Sub-Sahara African Context”, in Aleksander Surdej and Krzystof Wach (eds.) Managing Ownership and Succession in Family Firms”, Scholar Publishing House, Warsaw, pp. 135-151. [Co-authored with Nnabuife K.E.]

24. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2009a), “Writing Research Proposals” in Nnabude, P.C., Nkamnebe, A.D. and Ezenwa, M.O., 2009, Readings in Research Methodology & Grant Writing, Rex, Charles & Patrick, Nimo. (Co-authored with Ebuh, G.)

25. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2009b), “Who is the Entrepreneur?” in B.C. Osisioma (ed.), Practical Guide to Business Entrepreneurship, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, Lagos, pp. 49-52.

26. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2009c), “The Skills of the Entrepreneur?” in B.C. Osisioma (ed.), Practical Guide to Business Entrepreneurship, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, Lagos, pp. 53-74.

27. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2009d), “Growing the Business Enterprise” in B.C. Osisioma (ed.), Practical Guide to Business Entrepreneurship, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, Lagos, pp. 153-172.

28. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2009e), “Enterprise Succession Planning” in B.C. Osisioma (ed.), Practical Guide to Business Entrepreneurship, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, Lagos, pp. 189-202.

29. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2009f), “Global Entrepreneurship” in B.C. Osisioma (ed.), Practical Guide to Business Entrepreneurship, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, Lagos, pp. 225-246.

30. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2004), “Marketing and Entrepreneurial Development of African Small Businesses”, in Kaijage, E.S. and Mwaipopo, L.J. (eds.), Entrepreneurship Research and Development in Africa: Achievements, Challenges and Future Prospects, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania : Mkuki na Nyota Publishers, pp. 29-44 http://searchworks.stanford.edu/vufind/Record/6906927/Holdings

31. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2004), “Conflict Management: A Theoretical Analysis” in Nwosu, I.E. and Wilson, D. (eds.) Communication, Media & Conflict Management in Nigeria, African Council for Communication Education (ACCE), Nigeria Chapter, Enugu, pp. 22-34.

32. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2003), “Entrepreneurial Training and Development in Africa: Reflections on Critical Issues from Nigeria” in Dimensions of African Business and Development, Nwankwo, S., Montanheiro, L., Aiyeku and Ogbuehi, A. (eds.), Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK, pp. 151-166.

33. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2003), “The Nature and Characteristics of Political Marketing” in Nwosu I.E. (ed.) Polimed: Media and Politics in Nigeria, ACCE Nairobi, Kenya, Nigeria Chapter, pp. 184-195.

34. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (1999), “The Imperative of Marketing Concept in Labour Motivation for National Development”, in Employee Compensation Policies and National Development, Onwuchekwa C. I. (ed.), Zik-Chuks Nig., Enugu, pp.227-254.

Conference Proceedings: current as at 2008

35. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2008), “Women and Micro Credit Financing in Nigeria: Implications for poverty Alleviation and Fight Against Vulnerability”, Growing Inclusive Markets Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada,
http://www.gim2008.ca/conference_proceedings/Nkamnebe.%20%20Women%20and%20Micro%20Credit%20Financing%20in%20Nigeria.pdf

36. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2008), “Exploratory Study of Public Policies and Competitiveness: Implications for Non-Oil Export and Small Business Entrepreneurship” in Osisioma B.C. and Nkamnebe, A.D. (eds.) Entrepreneurship and Africa’s Quest for Entrepreneurship, First Chike Okoli International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, pp. 263-269. [Co-authored with Okeke, T.C., Agbionu, C.U. and Ewuim, N.C.]

37. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2008), “Family Business Succession and the Continuity of Entrepreneurial Venture: A Pilot Study of Selected Family Businesses in Anambra State” in Osisioma B.C. and Nkamnebe, A.D. (eds.) Entrepreneurship and Africa’s Quest for Entrepreneurship, First Chike Okoli International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, pp. 347-351. [Co-authored with Ezimma Nnabuife]

38. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2007), “Growth Barriers to Female Entrepreneurship in Nigeria”, in Ayadi, F., Building New Strategic Partnerships for Africa’s Economic Development, International Academy of African Business and Development, London Metropolitan University, pp. 675-677. [Co-authored with Ezimma Nnabuife]

39. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2007), “Analysis of Consumer Protection in Nigeria”, in Ayadi, F., Building New Strategic Partnerships for Africa’s Economic Development, International Academy of African Business and Development, London Metropolitan University, pp. 647-653. [Edwin Idoko and S.E. Kalu]

40. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2007), “Research Agenda on Marketing for Sustainable Development in a Typical Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) Context,” in Baker, S.M. and Daniel Westbrook, Macromarketing and Development: Building Bridges and Forging Alliances, International Society of Marketing and Development and The Macromarketing Society, Washington D.C.

41. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2007), “‘Attitude of Nigerian Consumers Towards Made-in-India Pharmaceuticals”, in Jaiswel, A.K., Sahay, A., Sinha, P.K., Kar, S.K. and Sood, V. (eds.), Research in Marketing, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India, pp. 301-305.

42. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2006), “Industrial Policies and Nigeria’s Non-Oil Export Entrepreneurship,” in 4th International Conference on Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Grundling, J.P. and Steynberg, L. (eds.), Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa, pp. 353-359. [Co-authored with Okeke, T.C.]

43. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2005), “Towards a General Model for Developing Sustainable Export Entrepreneurship in the Nigeria’s Non-Oil Export Sector” in Ayadi, F. (ed.) African Business and Development Strategies: Strategies for Economic Growth and Poverty Alleviation, International Academy of African Business and Development, USA, pp. 651-658.

44. Nkamnebe, A.D. 2005), “Furthering Peace and Prosperity in Sub Saharan Africa: A Marketing Perspective”, in Paschalina L. Ziamou and Yorgos Zotos (eds.), Contribution of Marketing to Peace and Prosperity, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Marketing and Development (ICMD), Aristotle University of Thessoloniki, Greece, 1-21.

45. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2003), “Globalisation and the Emerging Marketing System: Implication for African Development and Entrepreneurship”, in Shultz, C.J., Rahtz, D.R. and Speece, M., New Visions of Marketing and Development: Globalisation, Transformation and Quality of Life, International Society for Marketing and Development, Bangkok, Thailand, January 4-7, 2003, pp. 561-573.

46. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2003), “Export Marketing Education in Nigeria: A Pilot Study” in Muuka, G.N. (ed.) African Business and Development in the Global Economy, University of Westminster, London, pp. 322-326.

47. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2002), “Consumption Pattern As Correlates of Environmental Degradation: A Case Study of Some Selected Cities in Nigeria”, in Amole, D., Ajayi, A. and Okewole, A. (eds.), The City of Nigeria: Perspectives, Issues, Challenges, Strategies, Faculty of Environmental Design and Management, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife., pp 263-268.


Journal: Not updated
48. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2018), Assessing cross-national invariance of the three-component model of organizational commitment: A cross-country study of university faculty, EuroMed Journal of Business, Vol. 13 Issue: 3, pp.254-279
(Co-Authored with Shefali Nandan, Daphne Halkias, Paul W. Thurman, Marcos Komodromos, Baker Ahmad Alserhan, Chris Adendorff, Norashfah Hanim Yaakop Yahaya Alhaj, Alfredo De Massis, Eleanna Galanaki, Norma Juma, Eileen Kwesiga, Claire Seaman,)

49. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2018), A Conceptual Framework for the Adoption of Islamic Banking in a Pluralistic–Secular Nation; Nigerian perspective, Journal of Islamic Marketing, Vol. 9, Issue 4, pp. 951-964 (Co-authored with Precious Ezeh)

50. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2018), Inhibitors of Sustainable Consumption: Insights from University Academic Staff in Southern Nigeria, accepted for publication by Sustainable Development, (Co-authored with Ukenna, S. and Idoko, E.)

51. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2017), Sustainable Consumption Behaviour in Sub-Sahara African Africa: A Conceptual Framework, Thunderbird International Business Review, Vol. 59 No. 1, pp. 33-502 (Co-authored with Ukenna, S.)

52. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2015), Compliance with Corporate Governance Code and Shareholders’ Perception of the Effectiveness of Quoted Companies’ Board in Nigeria. African Journal of Business and Economic Research, Vol.10, No. 2-3, pp. 143-164 (Co-authored)

53. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2014), Compliance with Corporate Governance Code and Shareholders’ Perception of the Effectiveness of Quoted Companies’ Board in Nigeria. African Journal of Business and Economic Research, Vol.10, No. 2-3, pp. 143-164 (Co-authored)

54. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2014), Challenges and Success Drivers of Motorcycle Spare Parts Private Label Brands in Southeast Nigeria European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, Vol. 3 No. 5, pp. 12-22 (Co-authored)

55. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2014), Challenges And Success Drivers Of Motorcycle Spare-Parts Private Label Brands In Southeast Nigeria, European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 5 pp. 12-22 (Co-authored with Olise, M.C., Ukenna, and Okoli, M.)

56. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2013), “Public Policy and SMEs’ Adoption of Environmental Sustainability Orientation in Enugu Nigeria”, African Journal of Business and Economic Research, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp, 11-31 (Co-authored with Idoko, E.C. and D. Amobi)

57. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2013), “Reverse Logistics Management and Environmental Sustainability Drive in Nigeria (Study of the Food and Drink Industries)” International Journal of Business and Management; Vol. 8, No. 16; pp. 54-71 (co-aithoured with A.E. Ndu Okoh)
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58. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2012) “Profiling the Environmental Sustainability Conscious Consumer: Proposing the SPP Model”, Journal of Management and Sustainability, Vol 2, No 2, pp. 197-210. (Co-authored with S. Ukenna, I.C. Nwaizugb, S.C. Mguluwa and M.C. Olise)

59. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2011) “Sustainability Marketing in the Emerging Markets: Imperatives, Challenges and Agenda Setting”, International Journal of the Emerging Market, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 217-232

60. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., (2011) “Recovering of Micro Credit in Nigeria Implications for Enterprise Development and Poverty Alleviation”, Management Research Review, Vol. 34 No.2, pp. 236-247 [Co-authored with Idemobi, E.],

61. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010a) “Micro-credit for Microenterprises? A study of Women ‘Petty Traders’ in Eastern Nigeria.” Gender in Management: an International Journal. Vol. 25. 4, 301-319 [Co-authored with Madichie, N. O.]

62. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010b) “51 Iweka Road (Onitsha, Nigeria) - A 'New Paradigm' in Business Cluster Development Theory.” World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 229-243 [Co-authored with Madichie, N. O.]

63. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2009a), “Consumer Protection in Market Transaction In Nigeria”, Innovative Marketing, 5, 4, 88-94 [Co-authored with Idoko, E.].

64. Nkamnebe, Anayo D., Ezenweke, E.O. and C.N. Anionwu (2009b), Moral Embeddings of Trade Relations Between Nigerian and Chinese SMEs: Implications for Firm Internationalization, African Journal of Business and Economic Research, 4, 1, 73-89.

65. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2008a), “Cultural determinant of entrepreneurial emergence in a typical sub-Sahara Africa context”, Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 2, 4, 285-299.
Emerald Highly Recommended Award Winner 2009. [Co-authored with Madichie, N.O. and Idemobi, E.I.]

66. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2008b), “Toward a Market Oriented University Management for Nigerian Universities”, International Journal of Management Education, 7, 2, 9-19.
67. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2007), “Export Marketing Education in Nigeria”, Southwestern Business Administration Journal (SBAJ), Fall Edition, 5, 2,162-184.
68. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2007a), “Potentialities of Public Relations in Fostering Sustainable Democracy,” The Academy of Marketing Journal, 1, 1, pp. 83-95 [Co-authored with Iweama, V.].

69. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2006a), “Globalised Marketing and the Question of Development in the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)”, Critical Perspectives on International Business, 2, 4, 321-338. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/10.1108/17422040610706640

70. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2006b), “Perspectives on the Establishment of Market-Oriented Entrepreneurial University in Nigeria”, Journal of the Management Sciences, 7, 1, 86-104.

71. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2005a), “Furthering Peace and Prosperity in Sub Saharan Africa: The Marketing Perspectives”, International Journal of Applied Management, Winter Edition, 1-12. http://www.managementjournals.com/journals/management/article192.htm

72. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2005b), “Pedagogical Considerations in Bridging Theory-Practice Gap in the Teaching of Marketing in Nigeria”, Southwestern Business Administration Journal (SBAJ), Fall Edition, 5, 2,162-184. http://www.tsu.edu/academics/business/SBAJ/sbajfall2005.pdf.

73. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2004a), “Models of Successful Export Marketing in the Nigeria’s Non-Oil Sector”, Nigerian Journal of Marketing, 5, 1, 95-123

74. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2004b), “Strategies for Crafting Persuasive Societal Marketing Communications (SMC)”, The Nigerian Journal of Communication, Vol. 1. No.3, 28-42.

75. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2003a), “Internalising Effectiveness and Accountability for the Public Good: Strategic Choices for Public Sector Bureaucracies in Africa”, Management Decisions, Bradford, UK, 41, 3, 281-286, [Co-authored with Nze, F.C.).

76. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2003b), “Theorising in Marketing: How Possible, How Feasible?” Abia State University Business Review, 3, 1, 21-31.

77. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2003c), “Problem of Export Entrepreneurship in the Sub Saharan Africa: Evidence From Nigeria” Developments in Marketing Science, 26, 18-22, [Co-authored with Anyanwu, A].

78. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2003d), “Marketing and Nigeria’s Economic Development in the 21st Century: Addressing the Fundamentals”, Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol.2. No. 1, pp. 105-121.

79. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2003e), The Nature of Relationship Marketing, Marketing Hallmark - Journal of Marketing, Nigerian Institute of Marketing, 2, 1, pp. 68-80, [Co-authored with Olise, M.].

80. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2003f), “The Privatisation Orthodoxy and Nigeria’s Economic Transformation in the 21st Century: Issues and Prospects”, Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol.2. No. 1, pp. 59-71.

81. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2002), Standardization Vs Adaptation of Advertising in Export Marketing Communications: Towards A Psychic Distance Communication Paradigm, The Nigerian Journal of Communications, Vol.1. No. 2. 24-38.

82. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2000), The Nature And Dynamics Of Consumerism In The Emerging Markets Of Developing Markets. Journal of the Management Sciences, Vol. 3. No.3.

83. Nkamnebe, A.D. (1999), Controlling The Uncontrollable Marketing Variables, Journal Of The Management Studies, Vol. 1. No.1. August 1999.

Conference Papers: not fully updated

84. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2017) Panel Discussion on Sustainability Marketing in Africa: A Tale of Two Cities, 22nd Annual Marketing Management Association Fall Educators’ Conference
September 20-22, 2017, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

85. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2016) On the (In)adequacy of Sustainability Orientation in the Curriculum of Marketing Education in a Typical sub Saharan African Context, 14th Biennial conference of International Society of Market and Development, Universidad Del Pacifico, Lima, Peru, August 9-11, 2016

86. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2015), Inhibitors to Sustainable Consumption in a Typical sub-Sahara African Context Evidence from Nigerian Consumers, 2015 Odette School of Business Sustainability Symposium—Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada---October 2 &3, 2015, [Co-authored with Steve Ukenna].

87. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010a), Factors Influencing the Demand of Nigeria as a Tourism Destination, 11th International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development, University of Lagos, May 18-23 May 2010. [Co-authored with Okon Thopson].

88. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010b), Determinants of Loyalty Among Nigerian Student Bank Customers, 11th International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development, University of Lagos, May 18-23 May 2010. [Co-authored with Ukenna, S].

89. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010c), Attitude of Nigerian Consumers Toward the Environment, 11th International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development, University of Lagos, May 18-23 May 2010. [Co-authored with V. Iweama]

90. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010d), On the Entrepreneurial Intensions of Nigerian Students, 11th International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development, University of Lagos, May 18-23 May 2010. [Co-authored with K.E. Nnabuife and H.E. Nzewi]

91. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010e), Copreneurship in Family Business in Nigeria, 11th International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development, University of Lagos, May 18-23 May 2010. [Co-authored with K.E. Nnabuife and H.E. Nzewi]

92. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010f), 51 Iweka Road: Could This Single Address Redefine Business Cluster Development?, Conference on Entrepreneurship in Africa, Whiteman School of Management, Syracuse University, April 1-3, 2010. [Co-authored with Madichie, N,O]

93. Nkamnebe, Anayo D. (2010g), Attaining Nigeria’s Vision 2020: A Sustainability Marketing Nexus, invited paper at the Faculty of Management Sciences Conference on Issue in Public Policy, March 30-31 2010.

94. Nkamnebe, Anayo, D. (2010h), ICT Consumption and the Challenges of Environmental Sustainability in Nigeria. 11th International Conference of Market and Development, National Economic University, Hanoi, January 5-8, 2010.

95. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2009a), Sustainability Marketing in Emerging Market, invited paper presented at the International Conference on Marketing 2009, Rourkela Institute of Management Studies, India, September 6-8, 2009.

96. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2009b), Challenges of Vocational and Technical Education in Contributing to the Attainment of 7-Point Agenda, Invited lead paper presented at the 3rd National Conference of the School of Business and Technical Education, The Federal Polytechnic Offa, Kwara State held at Adesoye Hall, April 6-10, 2009.

97. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2008a), “Moral Embeddings of Trade Relation Between Nigerian and Chinese SMEs” 10th West Lake International Conference on Small and Medium Business, Oct.24~Oct.27, 2008, in Hang Zhou, China. [Co-authored with Ezenweke, E.O. and C.N. Anionwu]

98. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2008b) Public Policies and Nigeria’s Small and Medium Enterprises in Global Competition, Evolving Marketing Competition Conference, University of Mainz, Germany, June 24-25 2008. [Co-authored with T.C. Okeke]

99. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2008c), Non-Exporters’ Perception of Exporting Problems in the Nigeria’s Non-Oil Sector, 9th Annual International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development, University of Florida, 20th-24th May 2008 [Co-authored with Anionwu, C., Obi, E., Moguluwa, C.S., T.C. Okeke]


100. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2007), Exploring the Potentialities of Green Marketing Strategies for Firms in Sub Sahara Africa, 8th International Conference on African Business and Development, organised by the International Academy of African Business and Development, London Metropolitan University, London, United Kingdom, May 28 to June 2, 2007. [Co-authored with Ukenna, S.]

101. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2006a), SMEEIS and the Financing of Non-Oil Exports in Nigeria, 5th International Conference of African Business and Development, organised by the International Academy of African Business and Development, June 24-28, Accra, Ghana.

102. Nkamnebe, A.D. 2006b), “Tackling the Challenges of Technology-Based Exporting in sub Sahara Africa”, paper presented at the Academy of World Business, Marketing, and Management Development 2006 Conference, July 10-13, Paris, France.

103. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2005), Marketing and Sustainable development in Nigeria, Commissioned paper delivered at the 2005 Marketing Educators’ Conference of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria, August 15-16, 2005.

104. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2004), “Anatomy of Informal Exporting in the Nigeria’s Non-Oil Sector”. Paper presented at the 2004 IAABD conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, April 7-10 2004.

105. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2003a), “Saving for the Rainy Day Using Flexible Annuity Plan, Paper presented at the National conference on Retirement Planning, organised by The Department of Statistics, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka and Biometric Society of Nigeria, November, 25-28 2003, Faculty of Engineering Hall, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. [Co-authored with GEO Ogum]

106. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2003b), “Communication and the Development of Nigeria’s Non-Oil Export: A Case for Internet Based Export Marketing Communications”, paper presented at the 13TH African Council for Communication Education Biannual Conference/Training Workshop, NICON NOGA Hotel, Abuja, August 10 -13.

107. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2002), “Marketing and Entrepreneurial Development of African Small Businesses: Implications in a Globalizing Economy”, paper presented at the 6th International Conference on African Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (ICAESB 2002), organized by the University of Dar Es Salaam,
Tanzania, at White Sands Beach Hotel, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, September 19-20, 2002.

108. Nkamnebe, A.D. (2001), “Improving Consulting Skills of Consultants”, Paper presented at the 2001 National Conference of Institute of Management Consultants, held at Arewa House, Kaduna, July 27-28 2001.