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Discussion Paper No. 162 of 2014 on Import Structure and Economic Growth in Kenya
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2014)
Imports are fundamental for the survival of a small open economy such as Kenya. Various trade reforms have been implemented to achieve several objectives including raising revenue, maintaining favourable balance of ...
Discussion Paper No. 72 of 2007 on a 2003 Social Accounting Matrix for Kenya: Methodological Note
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2007)
A Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) is a consistent data framework that captures information contained in the national income and product accounts and the input-output table, as well as the monetary flows between institutions. ...
Discussion Paper No. 22 of 2002 on Analysis of Kenya's Export Performance: An Empirical Evaluation
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2002)
With globalisation, export-led growth strategy has become a major focus for many countries including Kenya. Although there have been efforts towards diversification of the export sector, Kenya’s exports are still dominated ...
Discussion Paper No. 206 of 2019 on Responsiveness of Gross National Savings Rate to Change in Fiscal and Monetary Policy in Kenya
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2019)
National savings rate is an important indicator of economic health. It indicates the country’s ability to finance a greater share of its development needs using domestic sources. As such, boosting national savings is an ...