Journal of Sustainable Business and Economics - formerly Journal of Business Administration Research - is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal. The journal has a mission to  explore how to  achieve sustainable development of business and economy. It provides a reliable platform for the transfer of knowledge among scholars,  and aims to encourage the discussion of innovative contributions regarding the analysis of models and strategy about sustainable business and economics. 

The journal publishes high quality original research articles, review articles and short communications.

Relevant topics to the Journal of Sustainable Business and Economics include, but are not limited to:

  • Business models
  • Business strategy and management
  • Performance management
  • Business continuity
  • Sustainable value
  • Innovation management
  • Sustainable business
  • Circular economy
  • Digital economy
  • Economic model
  • Regional economic strategy
  • Economic development strategy
  • Policy research
  • Supply chain management
  • Green marketing

Vol. 6 , Iss. 1 (January 2023)


  • Mobile Banking and Commercial Bank Performance Nexus in Zimbabwe (2011-2021): Impact and Implications

    Shepard Makurumidze, Dorcas Rwodzi

    Article ID: 5549
    0  (Abstract) 4  (Download)

    The study investigated mobile banking and commercial banks’ performance nexus in Zimbabwe for the period 2011-2021. The investigation employed a pragmatic approach and a descriptive design. Primary data as well as secondary data were used to achieve the study objectives. Questionnaires, interviews and documentary guides were used to collect primary and secondary data respectively. There...

  • An Analysis of the COVID-19 Consequences on the Uncertainty Socio-economic Indicators of Sub-Saharan Africa

    Gatera Etienne

    Article ID: 5533
    12  (Abstract) 12  (Download)

    This study aims to investigate the main sectors of economic development before and the current situation of COVID-19 for Sub-Saharan African countries by demonstrating country experiences, the role of vaccines, and the SSA economy forecast. The study has four main sections, including an introduction, an overview of socioeconomic indicators before the pandemic, methods, results findings,...

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