Bieh Nwoke Nwoke's scientific contributions

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This study focused on globalization and how it affects the productivity of food processing Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) in Port Harcourt City Local Government Area of Rivers State, Nigeria. The emphasis has always been on the operational mechanisms of globalization such as openness, deregulation, free trade, privatization, foreign dire...
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The exploitation of natural resources and the associated marginalization of indigenous occupants of areas with such endowments continue to act as major driving forces for conflicts around the world, especially in Africa. In Nigeria's Niger Delta Region, the major triggers of resource-based violent conflicts have been the subject matter of many acad...
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The wave of democratic values as a behavioural frame of reference in all sectors of society has gone a long way to show its acceptability far beyond the realm of politics as the best possible way to organize human activities albeit a minimal level of social bias. However, long years of undemocratic development approach by the Shell Petroleum Develo...
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Entrepreneurship Education and Human Capital Development Lessons from a Nigerian University Raimi Lasisi School of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Sociology, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. E-mail: lazizi3001@yahoo.com and lazizi3001@gmail.com Bieh, N. Nwoke School of Graduate Studies, Faculty of...

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... While other studies have pointed other challenges such as the impact of globalization (Bieh & Raimi, 2019) and gender issues (Hart & Raimi, 2016), on SSEs in Nigeria there is still a concern that other variables such as electricity power supply continue to undermine the capacity of these enterprises. Electricity is very vital in the running of any economy all over the world. ...
... In 9 of the 18 studies, a notable finding was the sense that monetisation or the granting of amnesty could not provide a long-term solution to the problem (Adebayo & Matsilele, 2019;Centre for Democracy and Development, 2017;Ebiede et al., 2020;Etekpe, 2013;Felbab-Brown, 2018;Ikoh & Ukpong, 2013;Iwilade, 2017;Onyima, 2017;Raimi et al., 2017). These views resonated regardless of the group. ...
... Thus, entrepreneurship is an approach to life that involves thinking, reasoning and acting that is opportunity -obsessed, holistic and leadership balanced (Mariotti, 2006). Many studies including Alarape (1990), Streeter et al, (2002, andBlenker et al, 2004) in Lasisi and Nwoke (2009) proposed three distinct models of entrepreneurship education to include composite, integrated and network for effective implementation of entrepreneurship education programme. Network model is a partnership adopted by institution for implementing entrepreneurship education due to universities' limited financial resources, institutional inability to meet competing needs and growth in entrepreneurial content and pedagogies. ...
... Literature on Corporate Social Respon sibility (CSR) practice is replete with efforts about how to balance business objectives and the social good of communities where such businesses operate. (Okodudu, 2008;Aaron, 2012;Lebura, 2013;Ite, 2015;Beih et al, 2016) [21][1] [18][16] [3]. However, rural poverty persists in Nigeria especially in oil producing areas of the Niger Delta despite the prosperity created by ⋆ Corresponding author. ...