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Testing for Cointegration and Granger Causality: Evidence from Selected Indigenous Egg Markets in Kenya
(Journal of Marketing and Consumer Research, 2016)
Despite the increasing consumer demand for indigenous eggs, particularly among the urban rich in Kenya, empirical analysis of spatial market integration has received limited attention. This study is an attempt to analyze ...
Enhancing Organisational Performance in Kenyan Universities Through Effective Tacit Knowledge Management
Knowledge is an important asset and tacit knowledge is located in the minds of people. To succeed, organisations have to make the best use of their knowledge assets. This can be achieved through diverse initiatives such ...
The Impact of Information Management Practices on the performance of County Governments in Central Kenya: A Case of Nyeri County
Information management is critical in influencing an organisation’s ability to sustain a long-term competitive advantage. This chapter, resulting from a research study, examines the impact of information management practices ...
An Analysis of Indigenous Knowledge Legislation and Policies in Kenya
Since the dawn of history, humanity has always sought more knowledge to feed families, stay healthy, argue with neighbours, and understand the immediate environment, among other issues. Before scientific approaches of ...
Frequency of Use of Information and Communication Technology Equipment by Secondary School Heads and Teachers in Nandi and Uasin Gishu Counties, Kenya
(The Africa Premier Research Publishing Hub, 2016-10)
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) generally refer to landline and cellular telephones, wireless technologies, computers, Internet, computer software and hardware, as well as older communication technologies such ...