Policy Brief No. 10 of 2007 on Improving the Technology Competitiveness of Small Enterprises in Kenya
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ByThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis
Technology innovation; Technological skills; Technology products; Technology competitiveness; Micro and small enterprise (MSE); Kenya
This policy brief is based on a study on "Towards Technology Models for MSEs in Kenya: Common Principles and Best Practices", KIPPRA Discussion Paper No. 51 (2005) by Eliud Moyi and Peter Njiraini.
PublisherThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis
SeriesPolicy brief No.10 of 2007;
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