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YearTitle of ThesisAuthor
2014 Assessment of factors influencing investment behaviour in securities markets; A Case of Nairobi Stock Exchange Njeru, A. W.
2014 A study of constituency development fund (cdf) on Education service delivery in public day secondary schools In manyatta constituency Njoka, Jim Nyaga
2014 An investigation of the impact of the cost of crime on small businesses in the Eastleigh urban area of Nairobi Kibandi, S. S.
2014 An investigation on factors affecting women ownership of tertiary educational institutions in Nairobi province. Baing'aru, C.
2013 A survey of factors influencing customer growth of commercial banks in major towns in Kenya : ( A case study of Migori Township) Ruttoh, Sammy Kipngetich
2013 A survey of factors influencing staff turnover in Teachers Service Commission in Kenya Punden, Amos
2013 An analysis of the challenges that affect perfomance of utility regulators in Kenya: A case study of energy regulatory commission Oketch, Joseph Odongo
2013 An assessment of the determinants of growth of savings and credit co-operatives in Dagoretti District, Kenya Uluma, Philip Ukhevi
2013 An assesment of the effectiveness of staff training in enhancing customer service in the hotel industry .(A case study of five star hotels) Ouko, Mary A.
2013 An investigation of the factors influencing the perfomance of matatu SACCOs in Kiambu County: The case of selected matatu SACCOs operating in Thika Town, Kenya Muriungi, Samuel Muturia
2013 Challenges Faced by the Provincial Administration in Implementation of Vision 2030 Strategy in Magarini District, Kilifi County Karani, Richard Chepkiyeng
2013 A comparative analysis of the efficiency Levels of transport fleet management Systems in Kenya: Jagongo, A. O.
2013 Competitive strategies applied by bank agents to sustain their market share( A case of commercial banks in Migori County) Omollo, Dorothy Achieng
2013

The Effect of Music on Performance In Organisation: A Survey Of Local Supermarkets in Nairobi

Virginia Namubi Oyara

2013 Determinants of brand loyalty in cosmetic products: A case study of selected salons in Nyeri Town Omanga, Lydia Kerubo

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In an effort to enhance international linkages, the School of Business is a member of Association of African Business Schools (AABS), an association that brings together business Schools in Africa on a common platform to share best practices in training Business students.  The focus is training for the industry.  AABS conference was organized and held on May 2018 in Tanzania, Dar e salaam School of Business, where the Dean Dr. Paul K. Sang represented the School of Business, Kenyatta University. The event provided an opportunity for networking as well as input on management education trends across Africa and internationally, with the focus of improving the quality of management education in Africa. The participation of the School of Business Kenyatta University enables the School to contribute towards economic growth and development in the continent through our Programmes.

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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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