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Sustainable Entrepreneurship & Capital Development
Submission Deadline: Jul. 30, 2017
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Department of Agriculture and Bio-Environmental Engineering Technology, Federal College of Agriculture, Ishiagu, Ebonyi, Nigeria
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Sustainable development spans the establishment of known norms, its growth, management and feedback on societal values. A blossoming economy is a product of sustainable practices which are driven on well-established on capital development. The concept of sustainability in every facets of human endeavour is a global phenomenon on the fast lane of capacity building and resource management and its relevance to human, material and environmental development cannot be overemphasized. This special edition is therefore ex-raying the concept of entrepreneurial development and capacity building initiatives in an emerging era of sustainable change far beyond paying a lip service.

Aims and Scope:
Showcasing research innovations & vocational skills in science, business and humanities
Interdisciplinary discourse on sustainable agriculture, environmental and business research outcomes
Products & human capital development initiatives
Management and accounting tools: an instrument of change in global economy
Private public partnership: A tool in sustainable development
Capital development in agriculture and environment
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