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YearTitle of ThesisAuthor
2012 The factors affecting demand for commercial paper as a short term source of finance for publicly quoted companies Munywoki, John Musyoka
2012 Determinants of performance of teachers in middle level colleges: a comparative study of public and private colleges in Thika District Mahinge, Paul Waithaka
2012 Factors responsible for disparity in the ratio of men to women in the Kenyan Judiciary: a study of Nairobi province Luanga, Salome Atieno
2012 Measuring levels of financial distress using Altman's Z-score Anyuki, Beatrice Kinanu
2012 An analysis of the application of distribution models in manufacturing firms in Kenya: a case of pharmaceutical firms (Nairobi) Mage, Nduta Grace
2012 Effectiveness of training programs (a case of Kenya Commercial Bank Limited) Koech, Marcella Cherotich
2012 "Exhibition" a new kind of retailing: an investigation of factors influencing its spread in Kenya: a case study of freemark Kenya limited Mburu, Salome Nduta
2012 A study of export behaviour by fresh produce enterprises: a case of selected horticultural exporters in Kenya Ngugi, Patrick Wainaina
2012 Sources of finance available to small scale enterprises in Nairobi, Kenya Nalwelisie, Chrisantus
2012 Impact of free interest rate regime on lending and savings under liberalized banking industry in Kenya Maganda, Robert
2012 The effects of HIV/AIDS epidemic on staff performance in manufacturing firms "a case study of Thika District" Kariuki, Jefferson N.
2012 Human Resource Management practices in private schools: a case study of the challenges faced by managers in motivation and retention of teachers in Nairobi . Mathu, Bernard N

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The Dean School of Business Kenyatta University Dr. Paul Sang with the Ag. Pro Vice Chancellor Rev. (Dr.) Nicholas Appreh Siaw Koforidua Technical University (KTU), the Dean School Of Business Dr. Regina Bekoa, Dean School of Hospitality and Tourism, Dr. Boatweng, Director International Linkages Dr. Samuel Addae all of Koforidua Technical University during teaching at Koforidua Technical University, Ghana in June 2018. This is following a Memorandum of understanding between the two institutions to assist Koforidua Technical University in building capacity for their teaching staff, especially teaching and supervision of students taking PhD in Business.

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