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Professor Daniel Eseme Gberevbie (Ph.D)
Professor Daniel Eseme Gberevbie (Ph.D)
Professor of Public Administration, Covenant University, Nigeria. Political Science & Inter. Rels.
Verified email at covenantuniversity.edu.ng - Homepage
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Leadership styles and employees’ commitment: Empirical evidence from Nigeria
UD Abasilim, DE Gberevbie, OA Osibanjo
Sage Open 9 (3), 2158244019866287, 2019
2342019
Strategies for employee recruitment, retention and performance: Dimension of the Federal civil service of Nigeria
DE Gberevbie
African Journal of Business Management, Johannesburg, South Africa. 4 (8 …, 2010
1432010
Organizational retention strategies and employee performance of Zenith Bank in Nigeria
DE Gberevbie
African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, London. 1 (1), 61-74, 2010
1302010
Staff recruitment, retention strategies and performance of selected public and private organizations in Nigeria
DE Gberevbie
Ph D Thesis, Covenant University, Ota - Nigeria, 2008
1162008
Accountability for Sustainable Development and the Challenges of Leadership in Nigeria, 1999-2015
D Gberevbie, S Joshua, N Excellence-Oluye, A Oyeyemi
Sage Open Access 7 (4), 1-10, 2017
772017
Democracy, Democratic Institutions and Good Governance in Nigeria
DE Gberevbie
Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review, Ethiopia. 30 (3), 133-152, 2014
772014
A study of multiple work-life balance initiatives in banking industry in Nigeria
O OlumuyiwaAkinrole
International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 108-125, 2015
642015
An Empirical Study of Gender Discrimination and Employee Performance among Academic Staff of Government Universities in Lagos State, Nigeria
DE Gberevbie, AO Osibanjo, AA Adeniji, OA Oludayo
International Journal of Social, Behavioual, Education, Business and …, 2014
582014
Employee Retention Strategies and Organizational Performance
DE Gberevbie
Ife Psychologia, Ife - Nigeria 16 (2), 131-152, 2008
432008
IPOB agitations for self-determination and the response of the Federal Government of Nigeria: Implications for political stability
CE Chukwudi, DE Gberevbie, UD Abasilim, D Imhonopi
Academic journal of interdisciplinary studies 8 (3), 179-194, 2019
392019
Federal Character Principle and Administrative Effectiveness in the Nigerian Public Service: Challenges and Prospects for Sustainable Development, 1999-2012
DE Gberevbie, J Ibietan
Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (Fall A and Fall B) USA. 15 (6 …, 2013
342013
Leadership and Accountability: The Challenges of Development in Nigeria
DE Gberevbie, AO Shodipo, FO Oviasogie
Thought and Practice: A Journal of the Philosophical Ass. of Kenya. 5 (1 …, 2013
342013
Cost of Governance in Nigeria: In Whose Interest?
FO Iyoha, DE Gberevbie, CT Iruonagbe, ME Egharevba
International Journal of Social, Behavioual, Education, Business and …, 2015
312015
The Challenges of Good Governance, Accountability of Governmental Agencies and Development in Nigeria
DE Gberevbie, A Oyeyemi, N Excellence-Oluye
Acta Universitatis Danubius. Administratio, Romania 6 (2), 80-97, 2014
31*2014
Leadership, the financial sector and development in Nigeria
DE Gberevbie
Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, ZuluLand, South Africa …, 2011
312011
Impact of Human Resource Development and Organizational Commitment on Financial Sector Employees in Nigeria
DE Gberevbie
Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University-Economics, Romania. 59 pp. 29 …, 2012
302012
Public Administration: A Conceptual Perspective
DEI Gberevbie
Cardinal Publishers, Ibadan, Nigeria (Textbook on Public Aadministration), 2017
272017
Women in Governance and Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria, 1999-2012 (http://www.economics-sociology.eu/files/13_Daniel.pdf)
DE Gberevbie, FO Oviasogie
Journal of Scientific Papers: Economics and Sociology, Ukraine. 6 (1), 89-107, 2013
27*2013
Civil Society, Democratic Governance and Development in Nigeria, 1999-2012
DE Gberevbie
Cotemporary Journal of African Studies (CJAS), Ghana. 1 (2), 93-116, 2013
262013
Personnel Recruitment and Retention Strategies in Lagos State Civil Service of Nigeria
DE Gberevbie
African Research Review, Ethiopia 3 (3), 226-243, 2009
252009
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