• Management muscle 

      Landman, Frik (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2013-04)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: How do we grow Africa? Where will our resources have the greatest impact? Frik Landman, CEO of USB Executive Development Ltd (USB-ED), explores the role of management training in Africa.
    • Managing portfolio managers : the impacts of market concentration, cross-sectional return dispersion and restrictions on short sales 

      Raubenheimer, Heidi (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2012-03)
      The impacts on the active management of investment portfolios of a) market concentration, b) cross-sectional return dispersion and c) restrictions on short sales are explored in this thesis. The context is the fund sponsor’s ...
    • Market reaction to tender and private offers on the JSE 

      Wesson, N.; Muller, C.; Ward, M. (AOSIS, 2017)
      Investors can benefit when incorporating the information-signalling effect of share repurchases in their investment strategies. Previous South African studies on open market share repurchases confirmed the globally observed ...
    • Market underreaction to open market share repurchases on the JSE 

      Wesson, N.; Muller, C.; Ward, M. (AOSIS, 2014)
      This study examined the long-term performance of open market share repurchase announcements made by companies listed on the JSE during their reporting periods including 1 July 1999 to 2009. A total of 195 open market share ...
    • MBA : more than just a career enhancement 

      Makholwa, Andile (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2013-04)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: An MBA is often seen as essential for aspirant managers to boost their chances of climbing the corporate ladder and as a solid foundation for those intent on going solo. However, there is a growing ...
    • MBA = mobiliteit? 

      Matthee, Amanda (2010-10)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Is dit vir mense met ’n meestersgraad soos ’n MBA makliker om van werk te verander? Maak dit regtig nuwe deure oop? AMANDA MATTHEE het gaan rondvra.
    • MBA research project: barrier or benefit 

      Morrison, John (2013-10)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Is it still necessary to do a research project as part of the MBA? Dr John Morrison, lecturer in Research Methodology and senior researcher at USB, takes a closer look.
    • MBA-navorsingsprojek: vanggat of voordeel 

      Morrison, John (2013-10)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Is dit steeds nodig om ’n navorsingsprojek as deel van die MBA te doen? Dr John Morrison, ’n dosent in Navorsingsmetodologie en senior navorser by die USB, bekyk dit van nader.
    • Measuring the barriers to investment in emerging economies : the case of some African countries 

      Korutaro, Birungi (2010-12)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: This dissertation is made up of stand-alone essays on the determinants of the investment climate in emerging market economies. Chapter One presents the purpose of this study, the significance of the ...
    • Memories and moments of the USBs first decade 

      Wyngaard, Heindrich (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2013-04)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: The USB will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2014. In the run up to next year, Heindrich Wyngaard has asked some of the USB’s alumni to share memories of the first 10 years of the School’s existence. ...
    • Mense moet werk as gelykes 

      Retief, Hanlie (2012-04)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: USB-alumnus Francois Groepe deel sy gedagtes oor die tydgees van die sakeomgewing en sy nuwe rol in die Reserwebank met HANLIE RETIEF.
    • Methods of financing universities with special reference to formula finding in South Africa 

      Melck, Antony Patrick (1982-12)
      The subject discussed in this dissertation is that of how universities should best be financed. This appears, prima facie, to be a readily solvable question, but is in fact one that contains innumerable disguised difficulties. ...
    • Mobiliteit verander wyse waarop Afrika sake doen 

      Harris, Lance (2010-04)
      Mobiele dienste en oplossings omskep Afrika-sake op dieselfde wyse as wat die internet organisasies in welvarende lande verander het, skryf LANCE HARRIS.
    • Mobility changes way Africa does business 

      Harris, Lance (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch business School (USB), 2010-04)
      Mobile services and solutions promise to transform African businesses in the same way that the Internet transformed organisations in the more affluent world, writes LANCE HARRIS.
    • Modelling the determinants of the business performance of small and micro accommodation enterprises in the formal sector in South Africa 

      Van Zyl, Hendrik Johannes Christoffel (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2017-12)
      ENGLISH SUMMARY : This study investigated the nature and the extent of the inter-relationships between the Kirznerian and Schumpeterian entrepreneur types and decision styles, decision context prioritisations, strategic ...
    • Moving up 

      Smith, Cherice (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2012-12)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: At the age of 34, Franco Feris reached his dream of becoming a CEO when he took up the position of chief executive officer of Santam Namibia Limited in Windhoek. He tells Cherice Smith about his new ...
    • The myth of retirement at 60 

      Matthee, Amanda (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2009-02)
      AMANDA Matthee explores retirement provision options in South Africa and is struck by some harsh realities.
    • 'n Verhaal van verandering 

      Smit, Eon (2014-04)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Prof Eon Smit, ’n voormalige direkteur van die USB, skryf oor die USB se 50-jarige bestaan.
    • National sporting success and investor optimism 

      Smith, Brendan; Krige, Niel (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2010)
      Contrary to findings of overseas studies, the mood of South African investors seems to be influenced less by the outcomes of national sporting events.
    • Negatiewe kennis 

      Powell, John (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2012-12)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Ons is geneig om oor kennis te dink as ’n bate, ’n Goeie Ding. Hoe meer kennis, hoe beter – behalwe dat ek pas tot die besef gekom het my veronderstellings is verkeerd. Ons moet soms ook kennis vernietig.