Impact of Mobile Money Transfer on the Performance of Micro and Macro Enterprises in South Sudan
Lual Daniel Kur & Niu Xiongying
Nowadays, Money transfer through mobile phone, referred to as a Mobile Money Transfer (MMT) has gained popularity worldwide. Currently, most of the businesses are accepting MMT to enhance their performances. With time, the number of users of MMT is increasing rapidly in South Sudan. Still, it was not clear how the usages of MMT influences the performance of enterprises. Our study aims to determine how the usage of mobile money can convey economic improvement in South Sudan. Furthermore, as the leading business center in the country, our study area was the Juba city and we considered the biggest five market areas namely Konynonyo, Juba, Custom, Jebel, and Militia. Through the survey questionnaire, we collected data from small and medium enterprises, and collected data were analyzed to measure the relationship among usage of MMT, business performance, and economic improvement. Our findings showed that MMT has a great impact on both business performance and economic improvement.
Keywords: Transformational Leadership, Employee performance, Local People, task performance, South Sudan.
|Title:||Impact of Mobile Money Transfer on the Performance of Micro and Macro Enterprises in South Sudan|
|Author:||Lual Daniel Kur & Niu Xiongying|
|Journal Name:||International Journal of Science and Business|
|ISSN:||ISSN 2520-4750 (Online), ISSN 2521-3040 (Print)|
|Media:||Online & Print|
|Date of Publication:||10/10/2020|
|Paper Type:||Research Paper|
Cite This Article:
Lual Daniel Kur & Niu Xiongying (2020). Impact of Mobile Money Transfer on the Performance of Micro and Macro Enterprises in South Sudan. International Journal of Science and Business, 4(11), 14-32. doi: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4077149
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About Author (s)
Lual Daniel Kur (corresponding author), Business School, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), Beijing, China.
Professor Niu Xiongying , Business School, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), Beijing, China.