Journal Description

The American Journal of Business and Cooperative Research (AJBCR) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal  which stands as a prominent avenue for scholarly exploration, analysis, and dissemination of innovative research in the fields of business and cooperative endeavors. Published monthly, AJBCR aims to advance our understanding of business strategies, cooperative models, and their implications on economic growth and societal progress.


Scope and Aim:


AJBCR encompasses a comprehensive range of subjects within business and cooperative research, including business management, entrepreneurship, cooperative economics, supply chain management, marketing, finance, and more. The journal is dedicated to promoting research that informs business practices, cooperative principles, and economic development.

Tangibility And Customer Patronage of Microfinance Banks in Akwa Ibom State,Nigeria.

The objective of this study was to examine the influence of tangibility on Customer patronage of Microfinance banks in Akwa Ibom State. To achieve this objective, the main source of data was through primary sources with the use of a questionnaire. The researcher adopted the survey research design approach and data were collected from 323 respondents drawn from the banks customers’ base. A total number of 295 copies of the questionnaire were retrieved in useable form representing 91.3 percent

Aniebiet Etuk, Aniekan Eyo Awah , Aniefiok Okon Akpan

SUSTAINABILITY OF COOPERATIVE MEMBERS’ FARM BUSINESSES IN THE POST COVID-19 ERA IN THE OSHIMILI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, DELTA STATE NIGERIA.

This study investigated the sustainability of cooperative members’ farm businesses in the post COVID-19 era in the Oshimili south local government area of Delta State in Nigeria. This study was undertaken because of limited access to credit, lockdown measures, and social distance imposed by the government. This study examines the effect of cooperative loans in increasing the value of farm products, examines the effect of members’ participation on the success of cooperative farm business, and

Okafor, Ogochukwu Esther, Michael Maureen Chinenye , Ifesinachi Uju Monica