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Child labour and the law in Kenya: to what extent are children protected against economic exploitation?
(University of Nairobi, 2001-07)
Pricing Of Options Using The Black And Scholes Model The Case Of Nairobi Stock Exchange Stocks
(University of Nairobi, 2001)
The objectives of this research were, first , to determine the Level of stock volatility. for the period 1997 to 2000. on the Nairobi Stock Exchange and identity securities that warrant hedging through the use of options. ...
Applicability of financial crisis predictive model to bank failures in Kenya
This study set out to achieve the following two objectives: 1. Test the applicability of the theories of financial crisis predictive model to bank failures in Kenya. 2. Identify the key macroeconomic variables In ...
The Potential of Community Institutions in dissemination and Adoption of Agricultural Technologies in Emuhaya, Western Kenya
This thesis examines the potential of community institutions and their networks in dissemination of agricultural technologies in Emuhaya Division, Vihiga District. Objectives of the study were to (i) identify characteristics ...
Determinants of non-performing loans in Kenya
Non-performing loans (NPLs) are tending towards a worrying level in Kenya, a trend that could eventually cripple the financial sector in Kenya. As at January 2001, the level stood at 39% of the total loans in the Kenyan ...
Physical distribution and sales performance: A case of dairy processing firms in Nairobi
(University of Nairobi., 2001-09)
This study has two main objectives (I) To identify physical distribution strategies employed by the dairy processing firms, and (ii) To find out if there is a relationship between physical distribution strategies and ...
Assessment of data quality used in direct 'estimation of infant and child mortality, KDHS 1998
This study attempts to assess the quality of data used indirect estimation of infant and child mortality. The quality of data evaluated mainly focus on non-sampling errors, which are inherent in Kenya Demographic and ...
Fertility preference among men in Kenya
This study alms to investigate the socio-economic, socio-cultural and demographic factors that influence family size preference among men in Kenya. This study is basically concerned with the investigation of how selected ...
Strategic responses of petroleum firms in Kenya to challenges of increased competition in the industry
(University of Nairobi, 2001-09)
Liberalization of the Kenyan economy and particularly the petroleum sector in 1994 has witnessed unprecedented competition in this once lucrative petroleum industry. The study set out to document the strategic responses ...