Research Papers/Topics in Consumer Science

Online Consumer Behaviour Pre and Post Pandemic - Research Questions and Methodology

Nowadays shopping at physical stores is considered cost-ineffective and time-consuming.  Thus, E-Commerce is booming. Online shopping is a process whereby consumers directly buy goods, services etc. from a seller without an intermediary service over the Internet.  Shoppers can visit web stores from the comfort of their house and shop by sitting in front of the computer. Online stores are available 24 hours a day and accessible through the internet everywhere. So it is very conveni...

Examination of Distribution Channels for Consumer Foods (A Case Study of Okin Biscuit Off)

TABLE OF CONTENTTitle pageCertificationDedicationAcknowledgementTable of contentCHAPTER ONEBackground of the studyAims and objectives of the studySignificance of studyScope of the studyLimitation of the studyDefinition of key termsCHAPTER TWOLiterature reviewImportance of channels of distributionApproaches to distribution channelVertical market system in distribution channelFactors affecting choice oft channelDetermining the intensity of distributing channelMerit of distribution channelDeme...

Critical Factors On Performance Of Building Construction Projects: A Case Of Kitengela-Kajiado County, Kenya

ABSTRACTConstruction industry is one of the most important sectors that stimulate economic growth in any country. An increasing trade activity in Kenya has created a great demand for more and better infrastructure such as road networks, communication, buildings and utilities such as power, water and sewer systems. From an economic point of view, construction industry has become one of the most vibrant economic sector in Kenya today and has attracted a large number of investors. Delays in comp...

Factors Influencing Loan Repayment Among Small Scale Women Fish Processors In The Tema Metropolis

ABSTRACT The focus of many microfinance institutions (MFIs) as well as African governments and other development partners now is to increase the productivity of the agricultural sector by improving the condition of women. One way of doing this has been provision of microfinance services. Evidence suggests that the credit given to women have achieved high loan repayment rates and high yield value in terms of welfare benefits. Despite these potential, women fish processors within the Tema...

Skill-Based Competence And Competitiveness In The Garment-Manufacturing Firms Of Ghana.

ABSTRACT This study examines the skills competence of workers in the garment firms and skillsbased competitiveness of the garment industries of Ghana. A total of 34 garment firms made up of 27 firms registered with the Association of Ghana Industries and seven firms registered with the Ghana Free Zones Board, as well as 205 workers of the garment industries were selected for the study. The Explanatory Sequential Mixed Method Approach was used for the study in which the quantitative proce...