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Indimuli, R., Torm, N., Mitullah, W., Riisgaard, L., and Kamau, A. (2023).

Informal workers and Kenya‟s National Hospital Insurance Fund: Identifying barriers to voluntary participation. International Social Security Review, Vol. 76, 1/2023.


Raphael Indimuli, Mitullah Winnie, Nina Torm, Lone Riisgaard and Anne Kamau, 2023.

Identifying Barriers to Informal Workers Voluntary Participation in Kenya’s National Insurance Scheme’, in International Social Security Review, Vol 76, p 79 – 107.


Hassan, R., Nathan, I., & Kanyinga, K. (2022).

Will community rights secure pastoralists’ access to land? The Community Land Act in Kenya and its implications for Samburu pastoralists. The Journal of Peasant Studies, 1-22.


Kinoti, J., Kamau, A., & Moloo, P. (2022).

Determinants of Sexual Behaviours among Adolescents Living With HIV and Aids in Nairobi, Kenya. Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review 38(2), 1-24. doi:10.1353/eas.2022.0005.


Raphael Indimuli, Lone Riisgaard, Mitullah, W and Anne Kamau, 2022

Understanding Inactive Membership in Voluntary Scheme: A Case Study of Micro Traders in Kenya’, in Development Policy Review, Vol 41 Issue 1.


Upadhyaya, R. (2022).

When Things Don’t Fall Apart By Ilene Grabel. The Journal of Development Studies, 38 (12), 2624–2625.


Hansen, Ulrich E. Tobias Reinauer, Paul Kamau & Herbert Wamalwa. 2022.

Managing e-waste from off-grid solar systems in Kenya: Do investors have a role to play? Energy for Sustainable Development, Vol. 69, pp. 31-40.


Memiah, P., Nkinda, l., Majigo, M., Humwa, F., Haile, Z., Muthoka, K., Zuheri, A., Kamau, A., Ochola, L., & Buluku, G. (2021).

Mental health symptoms and inflammatory markers among HIV infected patients in Tanzania. BMC Public Health volume 21 (1113): 1113.


Odhiambo, F., & Upadhyaya, R. (2021a).

Flexible Loans and Access to Agricultural Credit for Smallholder Farmers in Kenya. Agricultural Finance Review, 81(3), 328-359.


Ezeoha Abel Ebeh, Akinyinka Akinyoade, Ifediora Amobi, Ogbuagu Ekumankama, Paul Kamau, Agnieszka Kazimierczuk, Catherine Mukoko, Ifeanyi Okoye, Chibuike Uche. 2021

Multinationals, Capital Export, and the Inclusive Development Debate in Developing Countries: The Nigerian Insight. The European Journal of Development Research. EUDR-D-21-00085R3


Odote, Collins& Kanyinga, Karuti, 2021. 

Election technology, disputes, and political violence in Kenya. Journal of Asian and African Studies. 56 (3), pp: 558-571. (


Paul Kamau and Wambui Wamuthenya. 2021.

“Accounting for the Gender Gap in Youth Unemployment in Africa: The Case of Kenya”. African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) Research Paper 429 (April 2021). Available from the link


Memiah, P., Kamau, A., Opanga, Y., Muhula, S., Nyakeriga, E., Humwa, F., Cook, C., Kingori, C., & Muriithi, J. (2020).

Using Friendship Ties to Understand the Prevalence of, and Factors Associated With, Intimate Partner Violence Among Adolescents and Young Adults in Kenya: Cross-Sectional, Respondent-Driven Survey Study. Interactive journal of medical research, 9(4), e19023.


Busolo, D.N and Ngigi, S. (2020).


Is National Government a Threat to Devolved System of Governance in Kenya? Journal of Public Policy and Administration Research, Vol. 10, Issue 7, 2020; Pp 43 - 51


Busolo, D.N and Ngigi, S. (2020).


Mapping HIV/AIDS High Risk and Vulnerable People in Communities’ Most at Risk Population. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development, Vol. 9, Issue 5, 2020; Pp 123 – 130


Upadhyaya, R., & McCormick, D. (2020).

Entrepreneurial Capabilities of Successful Firms: A Study of Small and Medium-scale Equipment Manufacturers in Nairobi, Kenya. International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development. 12 (3), 169-190 DOI 10.1504/IJTLID.2020.10033553


Wamalwa, H., Kamau, P., & McCormick, D. (2020).

How do food processing firms in Kenya learn? Empirical insights from potato processing in Nairobi. DBA Africa Management Review10(5), 79-96.


Muia Daniel, Anne Kamau, & Lydia Kibe (2019).

Community Health Workers Volunteerism and Task-Shifting: Lessons from Malaria Control and Prevention Implementation Research in Malindi, Kenya. American Journal of Sociological Research 9(1): 1-8. DOI: 10.5923/j.sociology.20190901.01.


Kibe L.W, Habluetzed A, Kamau A, Gachigi J, Mwangangi J, Mutero C, and Mbogo C (2019).

Low awareness and misconceptions of immature mosquito stages hinders community participation in integrated vector management in Malindi, Kenya. Journal of Public Health and Diseases, 2(2), pp. 7-17.


Ngigi, S. and Busolo, D.N (2019).

Devolution in Kenya: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Journal of Public Policy and Administration Research, Vol. 9, Issue 6, 2019; Pp 9 - 21


Kiguru, J., & Upadhyaya, R. (2019).

The role of networks in determining usage of community currencies in Kenya. Area Development and Policy. 4(2), 201-216.


Paul Kamau, Lotte Thomsen, and Dorothy McCormick. 2019.

Supplying Domestic Markets? Identifying Entry Barriers for Food Processors to Supermarkets in Kenya. Scientific African Journal Vol. 6 (2019). No. e00189.


Kanyinga, Karuti, Co-edited with Nic Cheeseman, Karuti Kanyinga, Gabrielle Lynch, Mutuma Ruteere & Justin Willis, 2019.

“Kenya’s 2017 elections: winner-takes-all politics as usual?” Journal of Eastern African Studies 13(2). Pp, 215-234.


Kanyinga, Karuti (and Collins Odote, 2019

“Judicialisation of politics and Kenya’s 2017 Elections.” Journal of Eastern African Studies  13(2). Pp 235-252.


Kanyinga, Karuti, 2019.

Political Economy of Kenya and the 2017 General Election, Observatoire de l'Afrique de l'Est, Note n°9, mars 2019.


Wamalwa Herbert, Radha Upadhaya, Paul Kamau and Dorothy McCormick. 2019.

Strategies of Kenyan firms: a case study of food processing firms in Nairobi. African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, 10(4), 507-520.


Muia Daniel, Anne K, Paul K, Harun B & Jane N (2018).

Social Capital as a Coping Mechanism for Women Small Scale Traders in the Informal Economy in Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Social Welfare and Human Rights, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 13-20.


Kanyinga, Karuti. 2018.

‘Elections Without Constitutionalism: Votes, Violence, and Democracy Gaps in Africa.’ African Journal of Democracy and Development, Vol.5. No. 4, pp 147-168


Ngigi, S., McCormick, D. and Kamau, P. (2018).


Entrepreneurial Leadership Competencies in 21st Century: An Empirical Assessment. DBA Africa Management Review, Vol 8 No.2, 2018 pp 1-17


Ngigi, S., McCormick, D. and Kamau, P. (2018).


The CEO’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Journey: The Motivations, Turning Points and the Attendant Challenges. DBA Africa Management Review, Vol 8 No.2, 2018 pp 84 – 100


Ngigi, S. and Busolo, D.N (2018).


Behaviour Change Communication in Health Promotion: Appropriate Practices and Promising Approaches. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development, Vol. 7, Issue 9, 2018; Pp 84 - 93


Mulwa, M.M. and Ngigi, S. (2018).


Barriers to Uptake and Use of Added Value Mobile Money Products by the Lesser off Segments in Kenya. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development, Vol. 7, Issue6, 2018; Pp 145 – 155


Busolo, D.N and Ngigi, S. (2018).


Understanding Hate Speech in Kenya. Journal of New Media and Mass Communication, Vol. 69, 2018; Pp 43 – 49


Otinga, C.S and Ngigi, S. (2018).


Media and Environmental Awareness in Kenya: A Case of Tv. Journal of New Media and Mass Communication, Vol 67, 2018, Pp 1 - 6



Marucha, A.N and Ngigi, S (2018).


From Exclusion to Inclusion: Integration of Kenya Sign Language during Television Newscasts in Kenya. Journal of Literature, Languages and Linguistics, Vol. 42, 2018, Pp. 35 - 62


Hansen, M. W., Ishengoma, E. K., & Upadhyaya, R. (2018 )

What constitutes successful African enterprises? A survey of performance variations in 210 African food processors. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 13(6), 1835-1854.


Muia, Daniel, Anne Kamau, Paul Kamau, Harun Baiya and Jane Ndungu. 2018.

Social Capital as a Coping Mechanism for Women Small Scale Traders in The informal Economy in Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Social Welfare and Human Rights. 6:1. PP. 12 -20 (June 2018)


Kibe Lydiah W., Habluetzel, A., Gachigi, J., Kamau, A., and Mbogo, C (2017).

Exploring communities‟ and health workers‟ perceptions of indicators and drivers of malaria decline in Malindi, Kenya. MalariaWorld Journal, 8(21):1-10.

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