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Position: Lecturer
Department: Accounting and Finance
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 Nairobi 00100
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Areas of Specialization: Accounting and Finance
Research Interests: Capital market, Finance in general, Public finance, accounting, Resource Management, Resource Evaluation and monitoring.
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5487-7364

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Publications

  • Ndegwa Ruth Muthoni and Dr. Mungai John Njangiru (2019). Influence of internal control system on financial management in ministry of finance, kenya- International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance | Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 266-278 http://www.iajournals.org/articles/iajef_v3_i3_266_278.pdf (Online)

  • Peter Maina Wangai and Dr. Mungai John Njangiru (2019). Financial management practices and loan performance of micro finance institutions in Starehe constituency, Nairobi county, International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance (IAJEF) | ISSN 2518-2366 http://www.iajournals.org/articles/iajef_v3_i3_117_135.pdf (online)

  • Kibicho Nahashon Kairo1, DR. John Mungai2 (2019), Mobile Banking Adoption and Financial Credit Accessibility in Wote Sub – County, Makueni County, Kenya, International Journal of Current Aspects, Volume 3, Issue IV, 2019, PP 65-79, ISSN 2616-6976, www.ijcab.org (online)

  • Newton Murithi Maingi, John Mungai, PhD and Job Omagwa, PhD (2018). Bank characteristics and financial performance of lower tier commercial banks in Kenya, International Journal of Scientific and Education Research Vol. 2, No. 06; 2018 ,http://ijsernet.org/ (online)

  • Mercy Wathimu Kinyua1 and John Njangiru Mungai2 (2018), Financial management practices and financial performance of registered micro and small enterprises in Nairobi city county, Kenya, Research Acies International Journal of Business and Management Studies (RIJBMS) Volume 2(2), November 2018 Pages 71-94 www.researchacies.org

  •  Caroline M. Kimathi and Dr. John Mungai (2018) Financial distress and profitability of tier three commercial banks in Kenya, American Journal of Finance ISSN 2520-0445 (Online) Vol.3, Issue 1 No.3, pp 46 - 66, 2018, www.ajpojournals.org

  •  Duncan Iregi Muhoro and Dr. John Mungai (2018), Real time gross settlement and financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya, International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance (IAJEF) | ISSN 2518-2366, http://www.iajournals.org/articles/iajef_v3_i1_110_122.pdf

  •   Emily Gakatha Ndemi and Dr. John Mungai (2018), Formal credit financing and financial performance of small and medium enterprises in nanyuki town, Kenya, International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance (IAJEF) | ISSN 2518-2366, http://www.iajournals.org/articles/iajef_v3_i2_179_196.pdf

  •   Kennedy Otieno Ongombe and Dr. John Mungai (2018), Capital structure decisions and financial performance of sugar manufacturing firms in Kisumu county, Kenya, International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance (IAJEF) ISSN 2518-2366, http://www.iajournals.org/articles/iajef_v3_i2_336_356.pdf

  •   Joseph King’ori Kariu and Dr. John Mungai (2018) Risk management and level of performance of unsecured loans in commercial banks in Nanyuki town, Kenya, International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance (IAJEF)ISSN2518-2366, http://www.iajournals.org/articles/iajef_v3_i2_370_384.pdf

  •   Margaret Nyambura Rugiri and Dr. John Mungai Njangiru(2018) Effect of resource availability on performance of water projects funded by constituency development fund in nyeri county, kenya, International Academic Journal of Information Sciences and Project Management | Volume 3, Issue 2, pp. 378-393, http://www.iajournals.org/articles/iajispm_v3_i2_378_393.pdf

  •   Charles Gitahi Githogori, Dr, John Njangiru Mungai and Justus Mwema (2018), Effects Of Sacco Loans Access On Member Investments In Savings And Credit Co-operative Societies In Nyeri County, Kenya, Journal of Finance, ISSN 2348-0963 Vol. 6, No.1 March 2018

  • Joseph Mwangi Kamau1 and Dr. Mungai John Njang’iru2 (2018), Liquidity Risk Premium and Loan Performance of Non-Listed Commercial Banks in Kenya, International Journal of Current Aspects in Finance (IJCAF), 11- 22, ISSN 2616-697614. Nasteha Kanyare and Dr. John Mungai (2017), Access to microcredit determinants and financial performance of small and medium retailing enterprises in wajir county, Kenya, International Journal of Finance ISSN 2520-0852 (Online) Vol.2, Issue 6 pp 103 - 136, 2017, www.carijournals.org

  • Mungai John Njangiru And Muathe Stephen, 2017, Micro-credit Groupings’ Social-Economic Functions’ to Sustainability of Government Revolving Funds in Muranga County, Kenya, IOSR Journal of economics and finance (IOSR-FEF), p-ISSN:2321-5925
  • Mungai JN, Lucy Munene & Susan Wahito  Ndung’u, 2016, Effect of auditing on financial Performance of water and sanitation company in kirinyaga county, kenya, Journal of Finance and Accounting 2016; 4(5): 271-284, ISSN: 2330-7331 (Print); ISSN: 2330-7323 (Online)
  • Dr Mungai JN, Dr Maingi James, Dr. Muathe, Susan Wahito Ndung’U, (2015),Effect of Technology on Government Revolving Funds Sustainability in Murang’a County,International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies,Volume 3, Issue 11, Nov 2015,ISSN 2321-9203
  • Gwaya Ondieki Joash and Mungai John Njangiru (2015) The Effect of Mergers and Acquisitions on Financial Performance of Banks (A Survey of Commercial Banks in Kenya)International Journal Of Innovative Research & Development,Volume 4, Issue 8, ISSN 2278 –0211.
  • Mungai John Njangiru, Lilian Luvembe, Eddie Simiyu Mungami (2014).Effect of Dividend Payout on Market Value of Listed Banks in Kenya International Journal Of Innovative Research &Development Volume 3, issue 11,November 2014 ISSN 2278 –0211 .
  • Mungai John Njangiru, Maingi James, Muathe ,(2014),Effect of Borrower’ Characteristics to Government Funded Micro-Credit Initiatives in Murang’a County, Kenya Volume 3, Issue 11,November2014
  • Mungai, J.N., Maingi J., & Muathe, S.M.A., (2014): Loan Repayment and Sustainability of Government Funded Micro-Credit Initiatives in Murang’a County, Kenya: International Journal of Business and Social Science.Vol.5.No.10. (1) Page 194-207. 

 Books and Books Chapters

  • Bac 200, Accounting for Assets, James Muturi and John Njangiru Mungai, Kenyatta University Publisher
  • BAC 813, Financial accounting, John Njangiru Mungai, James Muturi and Peter Nganga, Kenyatta University Publisher
  • Leadership defined by Joseph G Muthama, as a proof leader and referee, Real Text Printers and publishers (2018)
  • Excellent Leadership by Joseph G Muthama, as a proof leader and referee, Real Text Printers and publishers (2018)

Conference Presentations

  • Dr John Njngiru and Muteti James, Bank supervision and performance of commercial banks in Kenya, presented in Mombasa, conference dates 19-21June 2019,self-funded at (US$) 300
  • Mungai John Njangiru and Muathe Stephen, 2017, Micro-credit Groupings’ Social-Economic Functions’ to Sustainability of Government Revolving Funds in Muranga County, Kenya, India (Mumbai City),13-14 Jan 2017
  • Fredrick Gitahi Gichuki, Susan Wahito Ngungu, Mungai John Njangiru, Effect of Corporate Governance on Financial Performance of Savings and Credit Co-operative Societies in Nyeri Central Sub-county, Kenya Maasai Mara University, Kenya, 2016-100
  • Mungai John Njangiru,The analytics of access to and usage of financial services in Kenya, University of Botswana -2011

 

 

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