ISSN: 0184-7937

 

EQUATORIAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMAN BEHAVIOUR (ERJ-SSBH)

This journal covers the following areas: Quantitative Economics, Public Finance, Project Management, Geography and Regional Planning, Political Science/Public Administration and Psychology.

 

VOLUME 2


Onyeche, C. and Edet, E. N. (2017). Issues in National Minimum Wage Fixing and the Instability in Nigeria’s Industrial Relations. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2 (4):157-166. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Iton, E. E. (2017). Fraud in Nigerian Banking Industry: A Study Of Customers’ Perception Within Three Commercial Banks In Uyo Metropolis. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2 (4):150- 156. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Sunday, G. I. (2017). Women Education and Its Implication for Rural Development in Ahoada East LGA of Rivers State. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour,  2 (4):135- 149. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Odubola, I. O. and Desalu, A. O. (2017). Analysis of the Impact of Foreign Direct Investment and Domestic Investment on Economic Growth in Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2 (4):121-134. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Odubola, I. O. and Adeyemi, W. (2017). Effects of socioeconomic factors on the rental values of accommodation in Lagos metropolis. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2(3): 106-120. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

 

Adongoi, T. and Abraham, U. E. (2017). Police and Accusations of Corruption in Rivers State, Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour; 2 (2):97-105. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Ingiabuna, E. T. and Uzobo, E. (2017). Rivers And Bayelsa States Border Communities And Development. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2 (2): 86-96.DOWNLOAD PDF.

 

 

Ifeanyichukwu, O. (2017). Political Violence and its Socio-Economic Consequences on the Development of Bayelsa State. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour 2017; 2 (2):74-84. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Karimo, T. M. and Major, I. (2017). Inequality in Kogi State: Income Source-Based Decomposition. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2 (2):56-73. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Alabi, O. and Olaride, O. B. (2017). Granger Causality between Growth in the Education Sector and Socio-Economic Services in Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2 (1): 44-55. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Karimo, T. M., Krokeyi, W. S. and Ekainsai, S. Z. (2017). Financial Burden Associated with Ill-Health: Evidence from the Elderly Population in Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2 (1): 25-43. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Major, I. (2017). Bayelsa State Health Service Scheme and Health Care Delivery Service in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2 (1): 10-24. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

Akintan, A. A., Akintan, O. O. and Akinnigbagbe, V. M. (2017).  Effect of Human Resource Management on Public Primary School Teachers’ Qualification Selection in South West Region of Nigeria.     Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 2 (1): 1-9. DOWNLOAD PDF

 

 

 

 

VOLUME 1

 

Onyeche, C. and Edeke, S. O. (2016). The Impact of Contract Staffing on Job Productivity: A Study of Selected Organizations in Port Harcourt Rivers State, Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour. 1(1): 43- 47. DOWNLOAD PDF.

Onyeche, C. (2016). Contract Staffing and Job Dissatisfaction in Selected Organizations in Port Harcourt City Rivers State, Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 1(1):48-54. DOWNLOAD PDF

Udensi, L. O., Chike, E. O., Ambrose, A. O. and Nwapi, O. J. (2016). Detached Concern and the Choice of Specialty among University Of Uyo Medical Students. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour. 1 (1): 65-74. DOWNLOAD PDF

Aniefiok and Udensi (2016). Socio-Economic Development and Self-Help Projects in Mkpat-Enin Local Government Area of Akwa-Ibom State, Nigeria. Equatorial Journal of Social Sciences and Human Behaviour, 1(1): 85-94. DOWNLOAD PDF