An official journal of Strides Educational Foundation

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Aims and Scope

The mission of BizEcons Quarterly, an academic journal, is to publish peer-reviewed empirical research papers that test, build, or extend theory and contribute to practice.

Instructions for Authors

The journal accepts online submissions of original work that is not under consideration by any other journal or publication outlet.

Manuscript Submission

Before submission to BizEcons Quarterly, ensure that your manuscript conforms to the instructions for authors.

Call for Papers

Special issue call for papers: Curbing COVID-19 Pandemic & the Consequences.

Deadline for submissions: 30th June 2020.

Annual Best Paper Award Winners

Current Issue

Volume 11 (2020)

Impact of corona pandemic on educational undertakings and possible breakthrough mechanisms

Fufi E. F., Negassa T., Melaku R., & Mergo R. (p. 3– 14)

This impact survey is based on experiential reflections and international sources. The purpose is to forward workable solutions for virtual learning based on review of breakthrough mechanisms so far employed to continue learning during the lockdown due to corona pandemic ...

Agricultural output performance, employment generation and per capita income in Nigeria

Ochada I. M. & Ogunniyi M. B. (p. 15–26)

Agriculture sector in Nigeria has been identified as a vital sector as it offers the teaming population the creation of employment thereby increasing the per capita income of the individuals in the economy. This study focused on the agricultural output performance, employment generation and per capita income in Nigeria from 1981-2016 ...

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