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      : Information communication technology, infrastructure, management, staff capacity. [1]
      Acquisition, Entrepreneurial firms, Innovation, Mergers [1]
      Adherence to administrative procedures and guidelines, quality of examinations, public universities. [1]
      Adoption [2]
      adoption, use, organisation, performance, system features, system quality, service quality, information quality [1]
      adoption-use [1]
      Africa, Americas, Colonialism, Economic Development, Indigenous people, North America, Post-Colonial studies [1]
      Agribusiness, Market Demands, Organizational Performance, Supply Chain. [1]
      Airlines, Leadership Practice, Maintenance Technicians, Pilots, Turnover Intentions [1]
      Al Shabab, Prevention, Radicalization, Recruitment, Terrorism [1]
      Alternative Dispute Resolution [1]
      Assessment, Psychosocial, Effects, Insurgency, Internally, Displaced, Persons, Maiduguri [1]
      Asset Pricing; CAPM; ICAPM; CCAPM; Three-Factor Mode; Four-Factor Model; Five-Factor Model; Six-Factor Model; Behavioural Asset Pricing [1]
      attitude [1]
      Automatic Teller Machine, Central Bank of Kenya, Information Communication and Technology, Kenya Bankers Associations, Short Message Service, Technology Acceptance Model, Wide Area Network and Personal Identification Number [1]
      Blue Economy; [1]
      business [1]
      Business environment efficiency, competitiveness, Locally manufactured goods, Autosterile East Africa. [1]
      Business Process Reengineering, Telecommunication companies, management support, employee commitment, IT infrastructure [1]
      Business Strategy: Is defined as the approach(s) that organizations employ as a means to achieving the desired end. For this research, they include innovation, technology, customer focus, organizations competitive strategy (Burgelman, 2020). [1]