African Journal of Agricultural Marketing

About AJAM

African Journal of Agricultural Marketing ISSN 2375-1061 is a peer-reviewed open access journal devoted to reporting the latest advances in agricultural marketing. The goal of this journal is to provide a viable platform for scientists and researchers all over the world to promote, share, and discuss novel issues and perspectives in diverse areas of the subject and to keep track of the most recent methodological and theoretical developments in the discipline. All submissions are blind reviewed and those accepted are published online either immediately or at the earliest opportunity.

Abstracting/Indexing

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AJAM welcomes articles concerns with the following:

·          Market information development

·          Marketing extension

·          Training in marketing and infrastructure development

·          Price analysis

·          Performance of agricultural markets including options and futures markets,

·          How to find ways of improving the worldwide flow of food and fiber

·          Location and transportation analysis

·          Management of price and income risk

·          Asset valuation

·          Credit assessment

·          Firm-level financial management

·          Investment and capital budgeting evaluation

·          Leverage

·          Financial structure

·          Lending policies

·          Agricultural credit institutions

·          National and international trends affecting financial outcomes in agriculture

 

Also, the journal accepts articles dealing with how production, lending institutions, and agribusiness create an environment conducive to problem-oriented research; decision analysis, information systems, operations management, business organization and strategy, marketing tactics and strategy, and behavior of organizations and decision makers.

 

AJAM welcomes articles concerns with the following:

Market information development

Marketing extension

Training in marketing and infrastructure development

Price analysis

Performance of agricultural markets including options and futures markets,

·          How to find ways of improving the worldwide flow of food and fiber

·          Location and transportation analysis

·          Management of price and income risk

·          Asset valuation

·          Credit assessment

·          Firm-level financial management

·          Investment and capital budgeting evaluation

·          Leverage

·          Financial structure

·          Lending policies

·          Agricultural credit institutions

·          National and international trends affecting financial outcomes in agriculture