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Discussion Paper No. 59 of 2006 on an Evaluation of the KIPPRA-Treasury Macro Model and Kenya's Economy Using Historical Simulations
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2006)
Model simulations are perfonned for different reasons, such as policy evaluation, historical policy analysis and model testing. Ex ante simulations tend to be more popular, particularly for the purposes of evaluating ...
Discussion Paper No. 234 of 2020 on Youth Employment in the Pharmaceutical Industry in Kenya
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2020-12)
The challenge of creating jobs for the youth is at the core of the development agenda in Kenya. This agenda has been driven by the youth bulge that the country is experiencing which calls for adoption of targeted initiatives ...
Discussion Paper No. 239 of 2020 on Assessing the Impact of Private Sector Credit on Economic Growth in Kenya
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2020)
In many economies, private sector credit plays a critical role by efficiently allocating resources for investment and is considered to be an engine of economic growth. This study examined the impact of the interest rate ...
Discussion Paper No. 245 of 2020 on Optimization of Public Debt and its Impact on Kenya's Economic Growth
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2020)
Kenya’s Vision 2030 aims at achieving and maintaining a sustainable and inclusive annual growth of 10 per cent. To achieve this, the government embarked on expansionary fiscal policy, which involves investing in growth ...
Discussion Paper No. 48 of 2005 on Institutional Factors and Foreign Direct Investment Flows: Implications for Kenya
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2005)
This study looks at the relationship between Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flows and various institutional factors. The study uses data for developing countries and draws implications for Kenya. Kenya has in the last ...