Every quarter of the year, African – British Journals take into consideration various criteria such as topic of a paper, importance and timeliness of the paper in relation to current research trends, originality of the research, quality of the article, citation etc. to give the ‘Best Review Paper Award’.
The Award is designed to recognize extraordinary and outstanding research articles and to encourage authors. All papers received within the quarter are automatically considered.
It is with pleasure that we announce the Winners of 2019 Third Quarter of the Award.
Below, we proudly present the recipients of the Best Review Paper Award:
 Prof. Elena G. Popkova, Dr. Lubinda Haabazoka & Prof. Yulia V. Ragulina (2019) “Africa 4.0 as a Perspective Scenario for Neo-Industrialization in the 21st Century: Global Competitiveness and Sustainable Development“. African Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp.20-38
 Felix M.O. & Hamilton D.I. (2019) “Impact of Innovativeness on Organization Agility of Food and Beverage Firms in Rivers State, Nigeria“. British Journal of Management and Marketing Studies, Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp.30-40
 Dr. Muntaha Bani Hani, Professor Mohamad Shehad & Dr. Ghassan Al Omari (2019) “Measuring the Elders Satisfaction of the Services Provided by Nursing Homes at Amman, Jordan“, African Journal of Health, Nursing and Midwifery, Vol. 2 Issue 1, pp.35-45
 Ndanusa B., Yusuf S.D., Umar I. & Kwaha B.J. (2019). “Evaluating the Effect of Rainfall on Signal Reception of Direct-To-Home (DTH) Satellite System in North Central, Nigeria“, African Journal of Electrical and Electronics Research, Vol. 2 Issue 1, pp.1-11
 Chilka Mukherjee & Dr. Tinni Dutta (2019) “Rabindrasangeet: A Psychological Perspective“. British Journal of Education, Learning and Development Psychology, Vol. 2 Issue 3, pp.1-5
 Abdullahi Walla Hamisu et al. (2019). “Environmental Surveillance Sweep, Nigeria’s Experience (March-April, 2017)“. African Journal of Environment and Natural Science Research, Vol. 2 Issue 3, pp.29-39