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  • Chronic disease management programs on health insurance profitability in Kenya 

    Bongi, Nimatoi Mwanamwinyi (Strathmore University, 2017)
    Chronic diseases have been a real problem in Kenya and in the entire world. Most of these diseases are non-communicable and affect the population towards old age. This chronic diseases if not well managed may lead to acute ...
  • Factors affecting retirees’ consumption pattern in Nairobi County, Kenya 

    Chebii, Simon Kibet (Strathmore University, 2017)
    Globally, the elderly comprise 10.4% of the global population and is projected to increase to about 21.7% by 2050 with about 80% living in developing economies. Old age poverty have several secondary consequences. Owing ...
  • Impact of dynamic pension contribution rates on adequacy of retirement benefits. 

    Wambugu, Judy Wangari (Strathmore University, 2018)
    The retirement income an employee can anticipate is greatly contingent on their salary, contributions, investment strategies and consequently investment returns. Nonetheless, the contributions along with the interest earned ...
  • Impact of pension funds on the stock market volatility in Kenya. 

    Ondisi, Juliet Moraa (Strathmore University, 2018)
    This study is an empirical test of the impact pension funds have on the volatility of monthly stock returns in Kenya. The study involved RBA funds invested in equities and monthly NSE index returns. The time period under ...
  • A pension model for the Kenyan youth: use of airtime 

    Karanja, Melanie Nyawira (Strathmore University, 2017)
    The objective of this project is three-fold: first, we develop a model that values a pension fund which uses mobile telephone airtime usage costs to accumulate the funds, with all costs associated with running a pension ...
  • Retirement income adequacy in Kenya 

    Waswa, Faustine Nangila (Strathmore University, 2017)
    Retirement income adequacy con be measured indifferent ways. One is by conducting a qualitative research where the researcher collects data in the form of opinions from retirees on the adequacy of the income they receive. ...