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À PROPOS DE L'AFRICA BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH SOCIETY, Inc. (ABERS)

The Africa Business and Entrepreneurship Research Society, Inc. (ABERS) was created in 2012 with
support from a grant of the U.S. Department of Education. It is an international and interdisciplinary network
of scholars, business professionals, government officials, and members of international organizations and
funding agencies. The organization is dedicated to the understanding and advancement of business and
entrepreneurship in Africa, in a broad and inclusive sense. Researchers and practitioners from Africa, Asia,
Australia, Europe, Latin America, and North America come together in annual conferences using French and English
as their languages of communication for both conference presentations and journal articles.

QUELLE EST NOTRE MISSION ?

 

Notre mission est de promouvoir la compréhension publique des affaires et de l'entrepreneuriat, ainsi que les contributions qu'ils apportent aux affaires publiques et aux problèmes sociaux en Afrique. Cette mission large et inclusive s'harmonise bien avec nos récentes sessions de la Conférence sur les affaires en Afrique, axées sur des sujets interdisciplinaires tels que les 17 objectifs de développement durable (ODD) de l'Agenda 2030 des Nations Unies
UN SDGs.

Sustainable Development

Our scholarly analyses and discussions provide assessments and recommendations on how business and
entrepreneurship in Africa can address and respond to multidisciplinary challenges involving economic
development, health care, the environment, and social equity listed on the SDG chart. Similarly, our members, in
their conference presentations and their articles, frequently address regional and international issues such as
globalization and the building of an African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) in line with the African
Union’s Agenda 2063.

Développement durable

ABERS promotes collaboration among member institutions and a sharing of access to existing networks.
Partnerships make up the 17th Sustainable Development Goal of Agenda 2030, and partnerships among universities
are inherent in Agenda 2063’s call for an Africa-wide online university. The ABERS Vice President for
Partnerships seeks to help develop public and private partnerships with universities. Interdisciplinary and
international partnerships are transforming higher education, and collaborations are expanding to make higher
education business curricula and research initiatives more international and more interdisciplinary. ABERS
brings together English and French-speaking institutions in ways that will prepare the next generation of
business leaders. Not only will they need 21st-century technology skills, but business students of this decade
will benefit greatly from experiences on international project teams with others whose home institutions
function in a language and culture different from their own. ABERS seeks to promote opportunities to collaborate
with educators who are preparing the business leaders of the 2030s.

Partenaires

ENCG DAKHLAENSEA
CEDIMECS
KEDGE
USB
Dauphine
State University
Université Laval
VCU
Makerere University
TNCCS
Madonna University
Syracuse University
INPHB
APU
Cedimes
ipagef
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