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Dorothy Mccormick Publications
12015Small And Medium Enterprises (SMEs), Trade And Development In Africa
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22015Paratransit In African Cities: Operations, Regulation And Transformation.
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32015Market Diversification Strategy And Success Of Food Processing Firms In Kenya
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42014Institutional Development In Public Transport: Implications Of Selective Compliance For Nairobi's Paratransit System.'
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52014An Adaptive ICT-Enabled Model For Knowledge Identification And Management For Enterprise Development
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62014ICT Powered Strategic Flexibility System Dynamic Model: A Pillar For Economic Development In Micro And Small Enterprises
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72013'Visualization Of ICT-Enabled Interactions In Micro And Small Enterprises MetaNetwork Using Dynamic Social Network Analysis'. International Journal Of Information And Communication Technology Research 3(4)
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82013'Institutional Arrangement And Change Dynamics For Economic Development In An ICT Enabled Environment'. International Journal Of Information And Communication Technology Research 3(4)
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92013Paratransit Business Strategies: A Bird’s Eye View Of Matatus In Nairobi
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102012“Innovation Hubs And Small Enterprises In Africa: Setting The Policy Agenda”. Africa Journal Of Business And Management 1(2):
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112012Institutions And Business Strategies Of Matatu Operators In Nairobi
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122012An Evaluation Of Policy Approaches To Upgrading And Integrating Paratransit In African Urban Public Transport Systems
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132012Chinese Ascendancy In The Global Textile Trade
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142012‘Paratransit Operations And Regulation In Nairobi: Matatu Business Strategies And The Regulatory Regime.’ Paper Presented At The Southern African Transport Conf
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152012Assessing Progress With The Implementation Of The Public Transport Policy In Kenya
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162012Public Road Transport Services In The City Of Nairobi, Kenya: A Case Study Of The Potential For Their Conversion Into A Hybrid Transport Mode
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172012China And Africa: Win-Win Strategies For The Clothing Trade
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182011Donor Proliferation And Coordination: Experiences Of Kenya And Indonesia.
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192011The Impact Of India-Kenya Trade Relations On The Kenya Garment Industry
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202011‘Paratransit Business Strategies: A Bird’s Eye View Of Matatus In Nairobi.’ Paper Presented At The Southern African Transport Conference,
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212011‘Adjusting To Chinese Ascendency In The Global Clothing Industry: Kenyan Experience.’ Paper Presented At Preliminary Findings Workshop For Project On ‘Chinese Ascendancy In The Globa
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222011Africa And Its Emerging Development Partners: Helping Or Hindering Industrialisation
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232011Innovation Hubs And Small And Medium Enterprises In Africa: A Critical Review Of Issues
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242011‘Mainstreaming The Agenda For Kenya’s Competitiveness And Productivity.’ Paper Prepared For The National Economic And Social Council, Government Of Kenya.
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252011Organisation Of Paratransit In Nairobi: Voluntary Vs. Mandatory Savings And Credit Co-operatives, Thredbo 12 International Conference On Competition And Ownership In Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo Series),
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262011Paratransit Operations And Institutions In Nairobi
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272011Paratransit Operations In Nairobi: Development Of Their Routes And Termini, 30th Southern African Transport Conference,
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282010‘Institutions And Business Strategy Of Matatu Operators In Nairobi: A Scoping Study.’ Working Paper No. 14-2. African Centre Of Excellence For Studies In Public And Non-motorised Tra
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292010Impacts And Challenges Of A Growing Relationship Between China And Sub Saharan Africa
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302010Growth-oriented Small Enterprises In Kenya: Lessons From Selected Case Studies. Concept Paper Commissioned By The United Nations Development Programme In Coll
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312010Non-motorised Travel And Infrastructure In Nairobi: Planning, Governance And Methods Of Assessment: A Review Of Literature, ACET Project 7: Non-motorised Travel And Infrastructure In Nairobi, Working Paper 7-01 10
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322010Supply Chain Systems And Demand For Aluminium: Case Study-Aluminium Based Raw Materials In Kenya. MSc Thesis, Jomo Kenyatta University Of Science And Technology. Lambert A
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332009 Industrialising Africa In The Era Of Globalisation
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342009 “The Developmental Impact Of Asian Drivers On Kenya With Emphasis On Textiles And Clothing Manufacturing.” The World Economy 32(11):
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352009The Asian Drivers And Africa: Learning From Case Studies
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362008African Perceptions Of Afro-Chinese Relations
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372008China And India, Africa's New Donors
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382008Impacts And Challenges Of A Growing Relationship Between China And Sub Saharan Africa
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392008 “China And India As Africa’s New Donors: Understanding The Impact Of Aid On Development.” Review Of African Political Economy 35(1):
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402007Oyeyinka, Banji And Dorothy McCormick (eds.) Industrial Clusters And Innovation Systems In Africa: Learning Institutions And Competition.
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412007Business In Kenya.
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422007Dorothy McCormick. "Industrialisation Through Cluster Upgrading: Theoretical Perspectives". In Dorothy McCormick And Banji Oyeyinka, Eds., Clusters In Africa: Pattern, Practice And Policy For Innovation.
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432007Kenya’s Garment And Metal Industries: Global And Local Realities.
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442007Dorothy McCormick And Winnie Mitullah. "Global Markets And Local Responses: The Changing Institutions In The Lake Victoria Fish Cluster" In Dorothy McCormick And Banji Oyeyinka, Eds., Clusters In Africa: Pattern, Practice And Policy For Innovation.
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452007The Impact Of China On Sub Saharan Africa
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462007Micro And Small Enterprise Labour: Job Quality In Garment And Metal Enterprises In Nairobi
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472007Production In Global Value Chains And The Creation Of Decent Work: Frameworks For The Study Of Africa
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482006Post-Multifibre Arrangement Analysis Of The Textile And Garment Sectors In Kenya.
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492005Kenya’s Participation In The WTO: Lessons Learned.
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502005Retailers And Small Scale Garment Producers: Dynamics In Local Level Development In Nairobi
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512005Kenyan Business In A Global-Local World.
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522005Upgrading Enterprise Clusters: A Multidimensional Analysis
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532004Clothing And Footwear In African Industrialisation
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542004Industrialising Kenya: Building The Productive Capacity Of Micro And Small Enterprise Clusters
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552004E-commerce In The Garment Industry In Kenya
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562004The Clothing And Footwear Industries In Kenya
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572004Universal Access To Communication Services In Rural Kenya
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582004University Involvement In Upgrading Entrepreneurial Networks: The Case Of Nairobi’s Small Clothing And Footwear Producers
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592004Upgrading MSE Clusters: Theoretical Frameworks And Practical Approaches For African Industrialisation
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602003Micro-finance And Behaviour Change Among Nairobi\’s Commercial Sex Workers.
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612003Value Chains In Small Scale Garment Producers In Nairobi
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622003How To Collaborate: Associations And Other Community Based Organisations Among Kenyan Micro And Small-scale Entrepreneurs.
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632003Africa Productive Capacity Initiative
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642003Eastern Africa Productive Capacity Initiative
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652003Can Africa Industrialise Through Enterprise Clusters?
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662003Labour And The Paradox Of Flexibility
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672002Manual For Value Chain Research On Homeworkers In The Garment Industry Institute Of Development Studies
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682002Linkages Between Small And Large Firms In The Kenyan Food Processing Sector.
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692002African Enterprise Clusters
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702002Can Micro-Enterprises Export?
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712002Weaving Through Reforms
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722001Value Chains And The Business System: Applying A Simplified Model To Kenya’s Garment Industry.
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732001Kenya’s Garment Industry: An Institutional View Of Medium And Large Firms.
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742001Enterprise Clusters In Kenya: Urban Production, Upgrading Strategies, And Joint Action
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752001Gender Issues In Small Enterprise Development In Kenya.
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762001Firm-Level Institutions In Small-Scale Garment Producers In Nairobi
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772001Business Systems Theory: An African Perspective
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782001Kenya's Garment Industry: An Institutional View Of Medium And Large Firms
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792001Enterprise Clusters In Kenya
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801999African Enterprise Clusters And Industrialisation: Theory And Reality.
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811999African Business Systems In A Globalising World
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821999Enterprise Clusters In Africa: Linkages For Growth And Development.
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831999Enterprise Clusters In Africa: Paving The Way To Industrialisation
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841999"Policies Affecting Kenyan Industrialisation, 1964-1994." In Njuguna Ng\
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851999Globalization And Regionalisation Of Kenya\’s Foreign Trade And Production.
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861998Linkages Between Small And Large Firms In The Kenyan Food Processing And Tourism Industries.
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871997Firm Linkages In Kenya’s Tourism Sector
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881997"Growth And Barriers To Growth Among Nairobi's Small And Medium-Sized Garment Producers." Co-authored With Mary Njeri Kinyanjui And Grace Ongile. World Development 25(7): 1095-1110.
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891997Industrial District Or Garment Ghetto? The Case Of Nairobi's Mini-Manufacturers." In Meine Pieter Van Dijk And Roberta Rabellotti, Eds. Enterprise Clusters And Networks In Developing Countries, Pp. 109-130. London: Frank Cass. 1997.
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901997Firm Linkages: Importance For Industrial Structure And Performance.
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911997"Enterprise Clusters In Africa: On The Way To Industrialisation?" Paper Presented At Workshop On Collective Efficiency, Institute Of Development Studies, Sussex, UK, April 1997.
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921996Small Enterprises: Flexibility And Networking In An African Context
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931996The Impact Of Economic Reform On Entrepreneurial Activity: A Theoretical Framework For Analysing Small Enterprise
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941996Women In Business: Class And Nairobi's Small And Medium-sized Producers
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951996Small Enterprise Development: A Network Approach
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961996Barriers To Small Firm Growth: Evidence From Nairobi's Garment Industry
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971996Small Enterprise Clusters: Fishing And Vehicle Repair In Kenya
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981996Small Enterprise Development: Problems, Policy, And Practice.
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991995Policy Experiences Of Women In Kenyan Small Enterprise.
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1001995Collective Efficiency And Small Enterprise In KenyA Proposal To Study The Vehicle Repair And Fish Processing Industriesa
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1011995Industrial District Or Garment Ghetto The Case Of Nairobi's Mini-manufacturers
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1021995Flexibility And Networking: European And African Context
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1031994Networks, Markets, And Growth In Nairobi's Garment Industry
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1041994Financing, Human Resources, Environment, And Markets Of African Small Enterprise
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1051993Growth And The Organisation Of Production: Case Studies From Nairobi's Garment Industry
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1061993Urban Self-Employment In Kenya: Panacea Or Viable Strategy?
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1071993Risk And Firm Growth: The Dilemma Of Nairobi's Small-scale Manufacturers
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1081993Why Small Firms Stay Small Risk And Growth In Nairobi's Small-Scale Manufacturing
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1091992"Women In Small-Scale Manufacturing: The Case Of Nairobi, Kenya." Third World In Perspective Vol. 1, No. 2. 1992.
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1101991Success In Urban Small-Scale Manufacturing: Implications For Economic Development
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1111991Nairobi's Clothing Retailers: Some Preliminary Findings.
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1121990"The Promotion Of Self-Employment And Small-scale Enterprises In Urban Kenya: A Case Study." Co-authored With William J. House And Gerrishon K. Ikiara.
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1131990The Kenyan Economic Situation: An Overview.
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1141988Women In Small-scale Manufacturing: The Case Of Nairobi
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1151987Fundis And Formality: Very Small Manufacturers In Nairobi
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