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YearTitle of ThesisAuthor
2012 Analysis of performance appraisal techniques among selected state corporations Amwoga, Oscar Khamasi
2012 The application of promotion tools in the marketing performance of selected Micro and Small scale products. A case of Kariobangi cluster Mitullah, Florence
2012 Assessment of factors affecting development of emerging capital markets: a case of the Kenya capital market Tanui, Peter Kiplagat
2012 An assessment of financial performance and its implications on expansion programmes of selected supermarkets in Nairobi, Kenya Chege, Hilary Nduati
2012 An investigation into the factors affecting automatic teller machines (ATMS) usage in Kenya: a case of selected banks in Nairobi Ndegwa, Zipporah W.
2012 Investigating attitudes towards opaque beer and the factors which would enhance its sales performance: a case study of Mathira division Munene, J. Waweru
2012 Challenges facing the services industry in Kenya: a study of cyber cafes in Nairobi Ndonga, W. Teresa
2012 "The challenges of managing a workforce" a case of women managers in Kilifi district Masibo, Margaret W.
2012 The factors affecting demand for commercial paper as a short term source of finance for publicly quoted companies Munywoki, John Musyoka
2012 Competitions as a consumer sales promotion technique: an analysis of their impact on the performance of companies in the Kenyan oil industry Njoroge, Joyce Waria
2012 An investigation into the constraints affecting the growth and profitability of public transport business in Nairobi. A case of Langata/Rongai route Githinji, Rosalinda N.
2012 Investigating the impact of credit/debit cards in enhancing customer satisfaction amongst Commercial Banks in Kenya Mburu, Peris Njoki

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