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 Second Quarter of the Award.
Below, we proudly present the recipients of the 2019 Q2 Best Review Paper Award:
 Dr. Ikon Michael A. & U. O. Ochumba (2019) “Intellectual Capital (IC) and Competitive Advantage in selected Pharmaceutical Firms in South-East Nigeria“. British Journal of Management and Marketing Studies, Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp.1-12
 Khoirul Hikmah, Prof. Dr. Tulus Haryono & Dr. Djuminah (2019) “The Effect of Companies’ Excellence and Limitations Factors on the Investment Opportunity Set: Agency Theory Approach“. African Journal of Accounting and Financial Research, Vol. 2 Issue 1, pp.11-30
 Samuel Nti-Adarkwah, Samuel Opoku Mensah, Philip Boateng & Mark Gyapong (2019) “Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Regular Kindergarten Schools in Ghana: The Perception of the Implementers” British Journal of Education, Learning and Development Psychology, Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp.53-79
 Onuh Paul Ani, Ike Chinedu Cyril & Nnaji Daniel Ikechi (2019) “Detribalization, Identity And National Development“. African Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research, Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp.43-57
 Danjibo Nathaniel D., Adeoye Adesoji E. & Ojo Oladayo S. (2019) “The Relationship Between Flooding and Food Security in Kogi State” African Journal of Environment and Natural Science Research, Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp.31-47
The editors would like to congratulate the awardees and thank all the nominees for their participation.
Further processes for the e-Certificate will be mailed to the winners.