Dr. Rosemary is a research and statistics expert. She is a dynamic and results oriented individual; well qualified and experienced in teaching, research (data collection, data analysis, interpretation, report writing) and training. She is self-motivated and has excellent communication skills and is a team player.
Her career objective is to engage in research projects that contribute to sustainable development of the society. To achieve this she plans to continually upgrade her skills in trainings, workshops, seminars and field work.
Area of Specialization: Mathematics and Statistics
Research Interests: Statistical Credit Scoring and Information Asymmetry
Research & Publication
- Maubi, A. M., Rosemary, M. J., & Ambrose O. J., (2017): Bank Characteristics And Lending Rates Among Commercial Banks In Kenya. Int J Recent Sci Res. 8(8), pp. 19289-19297. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24327/ijrsr.2017.0808.0663
- Mokaya, M., A., Jagongo, A., O., James, R., M. (2017): Effect of selected macroeconomic variables on lending rates among commercial banks in Kenya. International Journal of Economics and Finance. Vol. 6. (8) pp 20 – 34.
- Eunice, N.W., James, M. K., & Rosemary, J.(2017): Linking Operations Strategies with Customer Based Competence and Firm Performance in the Context of Knowledge Based Intensive Sector:A Theoretical Review. International Journal of Business and Management; Vol. 12, No. 8; 2017. ISSN 1833-3850 E-ISSN 1833-8119. Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education
Participation in Workshops & Seminars
- June 2014: Kenyatta University Postgraduate Seminar presented PhD Research Thesis Findings Titled: Credit Information Sharing, Bank Characteristics and Credit Market.Performance in Kenya
- June 2013: First Kenyatta University Workshop on Mathematical Modelling
- May 2012: Case Teaching & Case Writing Training Workshop held at Kenyatta University