Doctoral Graduates

Doctoral graduates: 2021

Graduate

Degree

Thesis title

Adam, S

PhD (Entrepreneurship)

An empirical assessment of effectually co-created markets and opportunities by corporate entrepreneurs

Conradie, PDG

PhD (Accounting Sciences)

The rational purpose requirement in non-financial assurance

Embden-Peterson, CJ

PhD (Communication Management)

An analysis of news consumption in South Africa and the United States of America

Kekana, EA

PhD (Industrial and Organisational Psychology)

Exploring the concept of decent work amongst blue collar workers

Kisten, T

PhD (Economics)

Uncertainty, financial stress and monetary policy in South Africa

Kok, GS

PhD (Financial Management Sciences)

Board characteristics and the financial performance and risk management of companies listed on the JSE

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/80702

Kotzé, TG

PhD (Marketing Management)

Establishing the antecedents and outcomes of service climate

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/80598

Louw, E

PhD (Financial Management Sciences)

The value relevance of goodwill and its disclosure for companies listed on the JSE

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/80702

Lundstol, OL

PhD (Tax Policy)

Essays on the economics of mining revenue in Tanzania and Zambia

Matshoba-Ramuedzisi, MT

PhD (Leadership)

Followership constructs and behaviours in a complex organisation: a South African perspective

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/78917

Molefinyane, MR

PhD Economics)

Essays on welfare implications of knowledge acquisition, corruption, and signalling costs from the perspective of a developing country

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/80429

Monageng, ML

PhD (Taxation)

The effect of reciprocity nudges on tax compliance: evidence from an experimental study

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/80479

Ndhlovu, T

PhD (Marketing Management)

An investigation into consumer brand engagement: scale refinement, drivers and outcomes

Ngwenya, LN

PhD (Entrepreneurship)

Investigating progress of South African franchisees through the entrepreneurial process

Nyoni, M

PhD (Entrepreneurship)

Small business owners' practice of effectuation in townships in relation to business growth

Osuigwe, UUS

PhD (Entrepreneurship)

The relationship between effectuation, absorptive capacity and small business performance

Pooe, JB

PhD (Auditing)

Signalling internal audit effectiveness

Roos, T

PhD (Public Administration and Management)

An exploration of leadership identity and intersectionality through selected life stories of black women in the South African Public Service

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/78367

Schoeman, AH

PhD (Taxation)

The effects of changes in the Value-Added Tax rate on tax compliance behaviour in South Africa

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/80511

Sedibe, KG

PhD (Public Administration and Management)

Developing a complexity leadership competency framework for the Governance and Administration Cluster of the South African Public Service

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/81425

Serfontein-Jordaan, M

PhD (Communication Management)

Designing an investor focused communication strategy framework based on dialogic theory: a study of publicly listed companies in South Africa

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/78259

Sibande, RX

PhD (Economics)

Essays on  the historical evolution of stock markets of advanced economies

Slabbert, L

PhD (Tourism Management)

Modelling the uptake of visitor research in protected area visitor management

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/78924

Taljaard, A

PhD (Entrepreneurship)

The interrelationships between entrepreneurial competencies, absorptive capacity and innovation capacity

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/78972

Thsehla, MME

PhD (Economics)

The economic effects of diabetes and sugar-sweetened beverage taxes

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/79020

Tlabela, K

PhD (Tourism Management)

Tourism information and knowledge exchange in visitor information centres

Toerien, FE

PhD (Financial Management Sciences)

The value relevance of derivatives for South African listed companies

https://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/79012

Tolken, R

PhD (Organisational Behaviour)

IT identity work of South African academics

Udeagha, MC

PhD (Economics)

Essays on the impact of trade policy reform on the environmental-poverty-growth nexus in the SADC

Zawaira, T

PhD (Economics)

Essays on gender, growth and development in Africa

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