Journal Description

International Journal of Current Practice in Management and Leadership (IJCPML) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, reviews, and case studies on current practices in management and leadership. The journal aims to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to share their work and to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in these fields.
Aim and Scope
The IJCPML welcomes submissions on a wide range of topics related to current practices in management and leadership, including:
• Strategic management
• Organizational behavior
• Human resources management
• Leadership
• Entrepreneurship
• Innovation
• Change management
• Sustainability
• Ethics
• Corporate social responsibility

THE INTERSECTION OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING AND FINANCING MECHANISMS: PERSPECTIVES FROM GHANA

Government expenditure is a pivotal driver of economic growth globally, facilitating infrastructure development and institutional support. However, the financing channels for these expenditures play a crucial role in shaping economic trajectories. This paper delves into the intricate relationship between government expenditure and its financing modes. While conventional wisdom dictates that government spending should primarily rely on direct and indirect taxes, as well as non-tax revenues,

Kwame Ato Ampomah

ANALYZING CORPORATE OWNERSHIP AND RISK MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN SRI LANKAN ENTERPRISES

Corporate governance plays a pivotal role in mitigating corporate scandals and financial crises that have plagued global economies in recent years. Numerous large companies across the globe, including those in the United States, Europe, and Asia, faced collapse during financial crises, highlighting the importance of effective corporate risk governance. In Sri Lanka, similar business catastrophes occurred primarily in the Banking and Finance Industry between the late 1980s and the early

Dr. Suren Fernando , Prof. Ranil Perera

SAILING THROUGH THE SEAS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE AMERICAN AND CHINESE MARINE ECONOMIES

The relationship between humanity and the ocean has a deep historical significance, particularly in the context of the economic dimension. The concept of ocean Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was introduced in 1974 to quantify the wealth generated from ocean-related activities (Colgan, 2013). Pontecorvo et al. (1980) and Pontecorvo (1988) estimated the ocean sector's contribution to the U.S. economy in the late 20th century. Collaborative efforts by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) and the

Dr. Yufeng Wang , Dr. Minghua Chen