1.0 PERSONAL PROFILE

Dr. Daniel Mogaka Makori is a lecturer in the Department of Accounting and Finance, School of Business, Economics and Tourism, Kenyatta University. He is the Chairman of the Departmental Board of Postgraduate Studies Committee, a member of the Postgraduate Committee for the School of Business, Economics, and Tourism, member of the Departmental Research and Innovation Committee, member of the School of Business Library Committee, and a Staff Mentor in the University Staff- to- Student Mentoring Programme. He has also served as a member of the Publicity and Editorial Sub-Committees of the International Business and Industrial Research Conference (IBRIC) Organizing Committee. He has further served as a Rapporteur to the IBRIC and a Module Review Champion with the responsibility of assisting the Digital School in reviewing blended learning modules for uploading on the Learning Management System. Dr. Makori has co-authored a module on Management Accounting published by Open Educational Resources (OER) Africa. He has also published a book on Environmental Accounting and Reporting published by Lambert Academic Publishing. Dr. Makori is a Peer Reviewer for Horizon Research Publishing Corporation, USA. He has successively supervised several Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and one Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) theses into completion. He is currently supervising several MBA (Finance), Master of Science (MSc), and PhD theses at Kenyatta University. Moreover, he serves as an examiner for MSc (Finance), MBA (Finance), and PhD (Finance) theses for Kenyatta University. Dr. Makori has attended several conferences/workshops. Dr. Makori’s area of specialization is finance management, where his main research area is Working Capital Management and Corporate Governance. He has participated as a key trainer in the Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP), which is sponsored by the Government of Kenya and the World Bank. In 2021 he participated in writing a proposal for multi-country research by The Institute of African Studies (IAS) at the University of Ghana on Gender Equitable and Transformative Social Policy for Post-COVID-19 Africa (GETSPA) Project titled: Double Burden: An Analysis of Social Policy on the gendered nature of paid and unpaid work in the post-COVID-19 East Africa.

1.1.1 PERSONAL DETAILS

Designation

Lecturer

Postal Address

22153 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya

Cell Phone

+254 725 142 276/+254 762 755 987

E-mail

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Nationality

Kenyan

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ORCID iD

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9112-9050

Area of Specialization

Financial Management

Research Interests

Financial Inclusion, Financial Innovation, Corporate Governance, Environmental Accounting and Reporting, and Social Corporate Responsibility.

1.1.2 ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

2013 – 2017

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Finance, Kenyatta University, Kenya

 

Thesis Title: Short-term Financing Decisions and Financial Performance of Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya.

2007 – 2018

Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Accounting, J.R.N. Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, India.

 

Dissertation Title: Corporate Environmental Accounting and Reporting in India: A Comparative Case Study of Rajasthan State Mines & Minerals Ltd. and Hindustan Zinc Ltd.

2005 – 2007

Postgraduate Diploma in Human Rights, Indian Institute of Human Rights, New Delhi, India.

2004 – 2006

Master of Commerce (MCOM) in Accounting, Mohan Lal Sukhadia University, India.

2001 – 2004

Degree of Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM) in Accounting Business Administration, Banking and Financial Management, J.R.N. Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, India.

2001

Certificate Course in Office Automation, Husain Computers, Udaipur, India.

1.1.3 EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2017 to Date

Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Finance, School of Business, Economics and Tourism, Kenyatta University (KU)

2012 – 2017

Tutorial Fellow, Department of Accounting and Finance, School of Business, Economics and Tourism, Kenyatta University (KU)

2010 – 2012

Part−Time Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Finance, School of Business, Economics and Tourism, Kenyatta University (KU)

2010 – 2012

Part−Time Lecturer, Kenya Methodist University (KeMU)

2009 – 2012

Part−Time Lecturer, College of Human Resource Management (CHRM)

2009 – 2012

Lecturer, Kenya Institute of Management (KIM)

1.1.4 ACHIEVEMENTS

2023

1.      Appointment as a member of the Postgraduate Committee for the School of Business, Economics, and Tourism in reviewing and harmonizing the guidelines and procedures for processing proposals and theses across all departments.

2.      Appointment as a member to serve in the Editorial Sub-Committee of the Conference Organizing Committee of the 5th International Business Research and International Conference (IBRIC) 2023.

3.      Participation as an External Reviewer for a Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) research paper titled “Exchange Rate Misalignment and Performance of Portfolio Flows to Kenya”.

2022

1.      As the Chairman of the Departmental Board of Postgraduate Studies Committee, I oversaw the increase in the completion rate of Postgraduate students in the 51st Graduation Ceremony.

a.       Master of Science (MSc) (Finance); 14 degrees. http://graduation.ku.ac.ke/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Final-Graduation-Booklet-July-2022-final-17-07-22-final-1113.pdf

b.      Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Finance); 46 degrees. http://graduation.ku.ac.ke/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Final-Graduation-Booklet-July-2022-final-17-07-22-final-1113.pdf 

2.      Appointment as a chair to the Committee of Project/Thesis Handbook Development for the Department of Accounting and Finance.

2021

1.      Co-authored a module on Management Accounting published by Open Educational Resources (OER) Africa.

2.      Participated in writing a proposal for multi-country research by The Institute of African Studies (IAS) at the University of Ghana on Gender Equitable and Transformative Social Policy for Post-COVID-19 Africa (GETSPA) Project titled: Double Burden: An Analysis of Social Policy on the gendered nature of paid and unpaid work in the post-COVID-19 East Africa.

3.      Participated as an External Reviewer and Discussant for a Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) research paper titled “Experience with Interest Rate Capping in the Post-Liberalization Period”.

2020

1.      Developed two and vetted two online interactive modules for the Virtual Learning School, at Kenyatta University.

2.      Appointment to a team of champions to assist the Digital School, Kenyatta University to review blended learning modules for uploading on the Learning Management System.

2019

Core Business Skills Expert for a successful youth empowerment consultancy through The Association of Volunteers in International Service (AVSI) Foundation, which won a Government of Kenya and World Bank-funded consultancy for Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP).

1.2 PUBLICATIONS

1.2.1        REFERRED JOURNALS

1.      Adhuong, N., Y., & Makori, D. M. (2023). Selected macroeconomic variables and financial performance of commercial banks in South Sudan. The Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management, 10 (4), 515 – 534. http://dx.doi.org/10.61426/sjbcm.v10i4.2769

2.      Mwanzia,  G., & Makori, D. (2023). Asset and liability structure on the investment performance of deposit-taking savings and credit cooperatives in Nairobi city county, Kenya. American Journal of Finance and Business Management, 2 (1), 1 – 15. https://doi.org/10.58425/ajbsm.v1i1.161

3.      Kipkurui, B., K., & Makori, D. (2023). Internal control systems and revenue collection performance of the county government of Kericho, Kenya. The Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management, 10 (1), 533 – 559. https://strategicjournals.com/index.php/journal/article/view/2561/0

4.      Abuga, K., Wamugo, L., & Makori, D. (2023). Liquidity capacity and financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya. International Journal of Finance and Accounting, 8 (1), 76–96. https://doi.org/10.47604/ijfa.2003

5.      Walde, I., G., & Makori, D. (2022). Macroeconomic variables and financial performance of deposit-taking microfinance institutions in Kenya. International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance, 3(7), 447-487. https://iajournals.org/articles/iajef_v3_i7_447_487.pdf 

6.      Mohamed, A., & Makori, D. (2022). Strategic financial practices and funding sustainability of non-governmental organizations in Kenya: A Case of Islamic Relief Kenya. International Journal of Current Aspects in Finance, Banking and Accounting, 4(2), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.35942/ijcfa.v4i2.248 

7.      Kirugumi, G., J. & Makori, D. (2022). Firm characteristics and working capital financing adopted by non-financial firms listed at Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. Journal of Finance and Accounting, 6(2), 41-62. https://doi.org/10.53819/81018102t5063   

8.      Kilaka, J. M., Makori, D. (2021). Foreign remittances and stock returns of firms listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. International Journal of Business Management & Finance, 3 (1), 157-170. https://serialpublishers.org/index.php/ijbmf/issue/view/22 

9.      Wamalwa, N., Mungai, J., & Makori, D. (2020). Effect of Camel variables on financial stability: A dynamic panel analysis of commercial banks in Kenya. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, 11 (18), 79‒91. https://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/RJFA/article/view/54185 

10.  Wamalwa, N., Mungai, J., & Makori, D. (2020). Moderating effect of exchange rate on the relationship between firm characteristics and financial stability of commercial banks in Kenya. European Journal of Business and Management, 12 (25), 71‒76. https://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/EJBM/article/view/54204 

11.  Mutemi, K., & Makori, D. (2019). Interest rate capping and financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya. International Journal of Current Aspects, 3 (4), 119‒130. https://journals.ijcab.org/journals/index.php/ijcab/article/view/51 

12.  Mugwe, M. M., & Makori, D. (2019). Firm characteristics and capital structure of small and medium enterprises in Kenya. International Journal of Current Aspects, 3 (V), 42‒56. https://journals.ijcab.org/journals/index.php/ijcab/article/view/60 

13.  Nyabute, S. O., & Makori, D. (2019). Macroeconomic factors and financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya. International Journal of Management and Commerce Innovations, 7 (2), 164‒171. https://researchpublish.com/search 

14.  Omar, A. K. & Makori, D.M. (2018). Credit information sharing and financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya. International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance, 3 (2), 160-178. https://www.iajournals.org/articles/iajef_v3_i2_160_178.pdf  

15.  Makori, O., Makori, D.M., & Anyieni, A.G. (2018). Financial management practices on the profitability of an organization: A Case of Smartline Matatu Service Limited, Kenya. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF), 9 (4). 40−47. https://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jef/papers/Vol9-Issue4/Version-3/F0904034047.pdf  

16.  Abdullahi D. I., & Makori, D.M. (May−June, 2018). Technological innovations and financial performance of commercial banks in Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Research in Business, Economics and Management, 2 (3), 1−26. http://www.ijrbem.com/doc/67.pdf 

17.  Msaki, .L.J, Maleko, G., Makori, D.M., & Momanyi, J.O. (October, 2014). Gender-F reorganization viz-a-viz Gender-M association and dissociation empowerment: A social-economic value re-engineering in Tanzania (Africa). International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology, 1 (3), 58−72. http://www.ijsrit.com/uploaded_all_files/1549017377_d7.pdf 

18.  Makori, D.M., & Jagongo, A. (December, 2013). Working capital management and firm profitability: Empirical evidence from manufacturing and construction firms listed on Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. International Journal of Accounting and Taxation, 1 (1), 1-14. http://ijatnet.com/journals/ijat/Vol_1_No_1_December_2013/1.pdf 

19.  Makori, D.M., & Jagongo, A. (October, 2013). Environmental accounting and firm profitability: An empirical analysis of selected firms listed in Bombay Stock Exchange, India. International Journal of Humanities and Science, 3 (18), 248-256. Retrieved from http://www.ijhssnet.com/journal/index/2115 

20.  Makori, D.M., & Shukla, A. (June, 2008). Environmental reporting: A Comparative case of disclosure practices of RSMML & HZL. Pacific Business Review, 1 (1), 14-30. Retrieved from http://www.pbr.co.in/2008/april_june.aspx  

1.2.2 UNIVERSITY-LEVEL SCHOLARLY BOOKS

Makori, D.M. (2014). Environmental accounting and reporting in India: Basics, concepts, techniques, and practices (1st Ed.), Deutschland, Germany: LAP LAMBERT Publishing Company. ISSN: 978-3-659-58398-8. https://www.lap-publishing.com/extern/listprojects   

1.2.3 REFEREED LEARNING MODULES

Ndede, F.S., Aluoch, M.O., Makori, D. (2021). Management accounting module. OER Courseware. https://www.oerafrica.org/resource/management-accounting 

1.2.4 REVIEWED CONFERENCE PAPERS

1.      Wamalwa, N., Mungai, J. & Makori, D. (2020). Assessment of financial stability among commercial banks in Kenya: An evidence of fragility index measure. 2nd International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) on ‘Academia-industry partnerships for competitive innovations and global sustainable development’ held virtually at Kenyatta University, Kenya from 3rd – 4th December 2020 (pp.502). https://ir-library.ku.ac.ke/handle/123456789/22428 

2.      Omondi, N. O., & Makori, D. (2019). Financial risks and financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya. 1st International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) on ‘Emerging Trends in Business Management for Global Sustainable Development’ held at Kenyatta University North Coast Beach Hotel, Mombasa, Kenya from November 20th – 21st, 2019 (pp.46). Retrieved from https://ir-library.ku.ac.ke/handle/123456789/20125

3.      Makori, D.M., Jagongo, A., & Simiyu, E. (2017). Working capital management and financial performance: Evidence from Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. 3rd Africalics International Conference on Emerging Innovation Systems for Sustainable Development in Africa held at Oran 2 University, Oran, Algeria from November 27th – 29th, 2017 (pp.46). Retrieved from http://www.africalics.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Oran-Conference-Proceedings.pdf

4.      Makori, D.M., Jagongo, A., & Simiyu, E. (2017). Short-term financing and financial performance of Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. Global Applied Business Research Conference on Advancements of Knowledge held at the University of London, UK from July 17th – 18th, 2017. ISBN 978-1-925488-40-1. https://gribaconfo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/314-Daniel-Makori-1.pdf

5.      Makori D. M., & Jagongo A. (2016). The mediating effect of cash holdings on the relationship between short-term financing and performance of firms listed at Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. 3rd International Interdisciplinary Conference (IIC3) on Innovative Research for Sustainable Development held at the University of Eldoret, Kenya from September 7th –9th, 2016. http://uoeld.ac.ke/newsmodule/uoe-announces-IIC3

     

 

 

1.2.5 CONSULTANCY AND PROJECT REPORTS

Key Trainer (Core Business Skills), Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP) sponsored by the Government of Kenya and the World Bank.

 

1.2.6 SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS/SEMINARS

2023

5th International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) on Strategic Business Innovations and Policies for Sustainable Social and Economic Development held virtually on 22nd ‒ 23rd  June 2023. Accessed from http://www.ku.ac.ke/ibric/ 

2022

4th International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) on ‘Business Reinvention, Innovation & Creativity For Economic Recovery’ held virtually on 23rd ‒ 24th June 2022. Accessed from http://www.ku.ac.ke/ibric/ 

2021

3rd International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) on ‘Building Business Resilience and Sustainability in the Context of Economic Recessions and Pandemics held virtually on 26th ‒ 27th August 2021. Accessed from http://www.ku.ac.ke/ibric/ 

2021

1.      East Africa Social Business Forum on Youth Entrepreneurship held virtually from April 10-11, 2021. Accessed from Event brief | East Africa Social Business Forum on Youth Entrepreneurship (socialbusinesspedia.com)

2.      3rd International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) on ‘Building Business Resilience and Sustainability in the Context of Economic Recession and Pandemics’ held virtually on 26th ‒ 27th August 2021. Accessed from http://www.ku.ac.ke/ibric/

 

2020

Wamalwa, N., Mungai, J. & Makori, D. (2020). Assessment of financial stability among commercial banks in Kenya: An evidence of fragility index measure. 2nd International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) on ‘Academia-industry partnerships for competitive innovations and global sustainable development’ held virtually at Kenyatta University, Kenya from 3rd – 4th December 2020. http://www.ku.ac.ke/ibric/ 

 

2019

1.      International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) Pre-Conference Event on ‘The Manufacturing Sector in Achieving Global Sustainable Development in Kenya’ held on 18th June 2019 at Kenyatta University Main Campus. 

2.      Makori, D. (2019). Governance and financial disclosure quality of firms listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. 1st International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) on ‘Emerging Trends in Business Management for Global Sustainable Development’ held at Kenyatta University North Coast Beach Hotel, Mombasa, Kenya from November 20th – 21st, 2019. http://www.ku.ac.ke/ibric/ 

2017

1.      Makori, D.M., Jagongo, A., & Simiyu, E. (2017). Working capital management and financial performance: Evidence from Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. 3rd Africalics International Conference on Emerging Innovation Systems for Sustainable Development in Africa held at Oran 2 University, Oran, Algeria from November 27th – 29th, 2017.

2.      Makori, D.M.. (2017). Short-term financing decisions and financial performance of non-financial firms listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. The 34th Kenyatta University Postgraduate Seminar was held on Friday, 21st July 2017 at Kenyatta University.

3.      Makori, D.M., Jagongo, A., & Simiyu, E. (2017). Short-term financing and financial performance of Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. Global Applied Business Research Conference on Advancements of Knowledge held at the University of London, UK from July 17th – 18th, 2017. ISBN 978-1-925488-40-1. https://gribaconfo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/314-Daniel-Makori-1.pdf 

2016

1.      Makori D. M., & Jagongo A. (2016). The mediating effect of cash holdings on the relationship between short-term financing and performance of firms listed at Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. 3rd International Interdisciplinary Conference (IIC3) on Innovative Research for Sustainable Development held at the University of Eldoret, Kenya from September 7th –9th, 2016. http://uoeld.ac.ke/newsmodule/uoe-announces-IIC3

2008

1.      2nd International Indian Geography Congress on Unified Planet Earth and Diversified World, held at J.R.N. Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India,  from 29th February to 2nd March, 2008. Paper presented: Ecological crisis and environmental protection with particular reference to the corporate world: A Case study.

2.      National Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights held at Pacific Institute on Management, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India, from February 14th − 16th, 2008, and presented a paper on “Valuation and Accounting of Intellectual Property Rights.”

2007

1.      Day Seminar on Accounting Issues Organized by the Department of Accounting, M.V. Shramjeevi College, Udaipur, India held on September 30, 2007, and presented a paper entitled “Accounting for Small and Medium Enterprises: An Overview”.

2.      National Seminar on Diversity Management – HR Practices Organized by Master of Human Resource Management Program, Department of Business Administration & MHRM Program, University College of Commerce & Management Studies, Mohan Lal Sukhadia University, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India held on 23-24, November 2007.

 

1.3 QUALITY TEACHING, LEARNING AND MENTORSHIP

1.3.1 STUDENT EVALUATIONS

Student evaluation during 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 Semester one through the Center for Teacher Professional Development and Excellence:

Lecturer Name

Unit

Course Requirement (Out of 12)

Teaching Effectiveness (Out of 30)

Course Conduct (Out of 20)

Evaluation of Learning (Out of 25)

Total Mark (Out of 87)

Total %ge

 

Daniel Makori

BAC 407 Financial Statement Analysis

11.50

27

17.25

21.50

77.25

88.79

Daniel Makori

BAC 813 Financial Accounting

12

30

20

25

87

100

1.3.2 TRAINING IN HIGHER EDUCATION

2018

Staff Mentors Seminar  Organized by the Kenyatta University Mentorship Programme on 26 January 2018 at Kenyatta University.

2013

Workshop on Case Learning and Teaching held at Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya from June 27th − 28th 2013.

Training Programme on Teaching Methodology, Testing, and Evaluation in Institutes of Higher Learning by the Centre of Excellence in Evaluation, held at Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya from May 28th – 31st,  2013.

2008

Interactive Faculty Programme on Teaching Skills, Pedagogy and   Research   Methods,   held at the   Pacific   Institute of Management, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India from July 18th to 20th, 2008.

1.3.3 ONGOING SUPERVISIONS

S/N

Name

Registration No.

Title

1.       

Gachira Macharia Wilfred

D53/OL/CTY/32327/2017

Selected Macroeconomic Variables and Performance of Stock Prices of Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange In Kenya

2.       

Maina Patricia Wacu

D53/NKU/PT/25835/2018

Determinants of Repayments of Affirmative Fund Loans in Nakuru East Sub County

3.       

Karugu Anne Muthoni

D53/CTY/PT/26645/2018

Working Capital Cycle and Profitability of KTDA Managed Tea Factories in Nyeri County, Kenya

4.       

Kidaha Arnold Zavani

D53/NKU/PT/27843/2018

 

Working Capital Management Practices and Financial Performance of Dairy Processing Firms in Kenya

5.       

Kisanya Luvusi Antony

D58/CTY/PT/28379/2014

 

Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting Quality by Commercial Banks Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya

6.       

Joseph Ngugi Chege

D58/NKU/PT/25572/2013

Determinants of Working Capital Financing Strategies: Case of Non-Financial Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange

7.       

Patrick Mwangi Waigwa

D58/EMB/PT/20399/2020

 

Adoption and Impact of Mobile Money Credit on Dairy Enterprises in Nyeri County, Kenya

8.       

Ann Wanja Kaggia

D58/CTY/PT/26505/2018

 

Effect of Financial Flexibility on Stock Returns of Firms Listed in Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya

9.       

Linus James Choda

D58/27067/2019

Credit Management Practices and its Effects to Bad Debts on Business Loans of Selected Microfinance Institutions: Basis for Loan Restructuring Program in Kenya

10.   

Mbaka Erastus Mwiti

D53/OL/EMB/26968/2019

Impact of Working Capital Management on Financial Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Tharaka Nithi County-Kenya.

11.   

Mirriam Wambuli Muthama

D58/CTY/PT/21209/2020

 

Credit Management Practices and Financial Sustainability of Dairy Processing Companies in Nairobi County, Kenya

12.   

Christopher Juma Mumani

D53/OL/22057/2011

An Analysis of the Nexus Between Financial Management Practices and Performance of Community-Based Organizations in Nakuru  County

13.   

Cavine Ouma

D58/CTY/PT/20049/2021

Firm Characteristics and Credit Risk of Microfinance Banks in Kenya

14.   

Grace Njeri Mwangi

D53/NKU/PT/2086120

Tax Payment on the Performance of Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nakuru Town

15.   

Nicholus Muguthu Njogu

D58/CTY/PT/27624/2013

 

Capital Structure and Financial Performance of Micro Finance Institutions in Kenya

16.   

Orestus

Chweya

D53/NKU/PT/20006/2020

Working Capital Management and Financial Performance of Deposit-Taking Microfinance Institutions in Nakuru County, Kenya

17.   

Ger Sofia Atieno

D53/NKU/PT/20940/2020

Corporate Governance and Financial Performance of Savings and Credit and Co-Operatives

18.   

Yai Ngor Adhuong

D53/NKU/PT/28565/2019

Selected Macro-Economic Variables and Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in South Sudan

19.   

Irene Muthoni Ndumia

D86/CTY/28458/2019

Asset Structure and Profitability of Firms Listed Under Manufacturing and Allied Sector at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya

20.   

Isabella Kogei

D86/CTY/28450/2019

Non-Performance of Loans and Financial Sustainability of Licensed Micro Finance Banks (MFBs) in Kenya: The Moderating Role of Lending Interest

                       

 

1.3.4 SUPERVISION OF POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

1.3.4.1 MASTERS

S/N

Name

Registration No.

Title

Graduation Date

1.       

Kiage Job Abuga

D58/CTY/PT/28669/2014

Liquidity Capacity and Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya

July 2023

2.       

Kipkurui Koros Benard

D53/PT/38173/2017

 

Internal Control Systems and Revenue Collection Performance of the Government of Kericho County, Kenya

July 2023

3.       

Ndung’u Kiarie Clement

 

D58/NKU/PT/33848/2015

 

Credit Risk Management Strategies and Loan Performance of Government Enterprise Development Funds in Nakuru County, Kenya

December 2022

4.       

Adankhalif Issack Mohamed

D53/OL/CTY/26136/2015

Strategic Financial Practices and Funding Sustainability of Non-Governmental Organizations in Kenya: A Case of Islamic Relief Kenya

July 2022

5.       

Ibrahim Galo Walde

D53/NKU/PT/38265/2017

Macroeconomic Variables and Financial Performance of Deposit-Taking Microfinance Institutions in Kenya

July 2022

6.       

Jackson Mutua Kilaka

D53/CTY/PT/38373/2016

External Cash Inflows and Stock Returns of Firms Listed at Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya

December 2021

 

7.       

Fredrick Owino Wagwa

D53/38185/2016

Macroeconomic Variables and Performance of Stock Prices of Companies Listed at Nairobi Securities

July 2021

 

8.       

Samuel Omboke Nyabute

D53/OL/CTY/32167/2016

Macro-Economic Factors and Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya

December 2019

9.       

Mugwe Munga Michael

D53/NKU/PT/32546/2015

Firm Characteristics and Capital Structure of Small and Medium Enterprises in Kenya

December 2019

 

10.   

Omondi Nicholas Odhiambo

D53/PT/37127/2016

Financial Risks and Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya

July 2019

1.3.4.2 PHD

S/N

Name

Registration No.

Title

Graduation Date

1.       

Nathan Wamalwa Wafula

D86/CTY/38480/2016

Firm Characteristics and Financial Stability of Commercial Banks in Kenya

December 2020

1.4 PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANCY

1.4.1 NETWORKS/COLLABORATIONS

2021

Call for Proposals: Proposal for multi-country research by The Institute of African Studies (IAS) at the University of Ghana on Gender Equitable and Transformative Social Policy for Post-COVID-19 Africa (GETSPA) Project.

Proposal Title: Double Burden: An Analysis of Social Policy on the gendered nature of paid and unpaid work in a post-COVID-19 East Africa.

Team Member:

1.      Dr. Hannah Muzee, Kyambogo University, Uganda

2.      Dr. Vedaste Ndizera, University of Rwanda, Rwanda

3.      Dr. Bitrina Diamett, Science, Technology and Innovation Promotion Organisation, Tanzania

Dr. Daniel Makori, Kenyatta University, Kenya

1.4.2 CONSULTING FOR ORGANIZATIONS/INSTITUTIONS

2018 to 2021

Name of Project: Kenya Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP) Framework Agreement for Delivery of Core Business Skills Training

REF No: MPYG/KYEOP/FBS/02/2017-2018

Sponsor: Government of Kenya and World Bank

Name of Organization: The Association of Volunteers in International Service (AVSI)

Role in the Project: Core Business Skills Trainer/Expert

Contact Person: Project Manager AVSI,

Collince Otieno 0721682366, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

1.4.5 MEMBERSHIP TO ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL BODIES

2010 to Date

Member, Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM)

1.4.6 ANY OTHER (EDITORSHIP/PEER REVIEW, EXTERNAL EXAMINER, ETC)

2014 to Date

Peer Reviewer for Horizon Research Publishing Corporation, USA

1.5 ADMINISTRATIVE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1.5.1 RECOGNIZED UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Date

Position

17th January 2023 to Date

Member of School Board of Postgraduate Studies Committee,  School of Business, Economics and Economics, Kenyatta University.

17th January, 2023

Member of the Editorial Sub-Committee of the 5th International Business and Industrial Research Conference (IBRIC) Organizing Committee.

25th January, 2022

Staff Mentor in the University Staff-to-Student Mentoring Programme.

2nd November, 2021

Member of the Publicity Sub-Committee of the 4th International Business and Industrial Research Conference (IBRIC) Organizing Committee.

27th April, 2021

Member of the Publicity Sub-Committee of the 4th International Business and Industrial Research Conference (IBRIC) Organizing Committee.

15th October 2021 to Date

Chairman of the Departmental Board of Postgraduate Studies Committee, Department of Accounting and Finance, School of Business, Economics and Economics, Kenyatta University.

2021 to Date

Member of the Departmental Research and Innovation Committee, Department of Accounting and Finance, School of Business, Economics and Economics, Kenyatta University.

21st May 2021 to Date

Member of the School of Business, Economics and Economics Library Committee.

1.5.2 OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE UNIVERSITY

Date

Position

9th June 2023

Rapporteur to the 5th IBRIC 2023 held by the School of Business, Economics, and Economics, Kenyatta University on 22nd – 23rd June, 2023.

31st October 2022

Chairperson, Committee of Project/Thesis Handbook for the Department of Accounting and Finance, School of Business, Economics, and Economics, Kenyatta University to develop the project/thesis handbook.

14th June 2022

Rapporteur to the 4th IBRIC 2023 held by the School of Business, Economics, and Economics, Kenyatta University on 23rd – 24th June 2022.

23rd August 2021

Rapporteur to the 3rd IBRIC 2023 held by the School of Business, Economics and Economics, Kenyatta University on 26th – 27th June 2021.

2nd November 2020

Appointed by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) to a team of champions to assist the Digital School, Kenyatta University to review blended learning modules for uploading on the Learning Management System.

9th September 2019

Appointment to the 2nd IBRIC Conference 2020 – Local Organizing Committee – Nakuru Campus Chapter.

2017 to Date

Internal examiner of PhD theses.

2017 to Date

Internal examiner of MSc theses.

2017 to Date

Internal examiner of MBA projects.

                         

 

 

1.6 RECOGNITIONS, AWARDS AND HONOURS

2017

Congratulatory message from the Vice-Chancellor, of Kenyatta University, on behalf of the University Council and Senate for being awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy of Kenyatta University during the 42nd Graduation Ceremony on 4th August 2017.

2008

Awarded a Merit Certificate by the J.R.N. Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India, for securing second position in the M. Phil Accounting Examination of 2007 in the aforesaid university.

2008

Awarded Certificate of Service by the Kenya High Commissioner, New Delhi, India for serving as a Coordinating Auditor for the Kenyan African Student Association, Udaipur Branch, India during the year 2005 to 2007.

2006

Awarded Character Certificate by Bhupal Nobles’ P.G. College Udaipur, India for being sincere, well-behaved, and of good moral character.index.php?option=com_content&view=article&layout=edit&id=342

1.7 REFEREES

1.      Dr. Ambrose Jagongo, Senior Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Finance,

School of Business, Economics & Tourism, Kenyatta University

P.O. Box 43844 − 00100

Nairobi, Kenya.

Mobile: +254 721 864 944

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2.      Dr. Fredrick Ndede, Senior Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Finance,

School of Business, Economics & Tourism, Kenyatta University

P.O. Box 43844 − 00100

Nairobi, Kenya.

Mobile: +254 722 634 250

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