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    • Measuring the impact of universal health care on longevity risk 

      Mbau, Lorna (Strathmore University, 2021)
      Longevity remains to be a complex risk that is ever evolving and requ1res great understanding. Improved healthcare through the roll out of Universal Health Care is also seen to enhance this risk through improved mortality ...
    • Mobile money and macroeconomic outcomes in East Africa 

      Kimere, Christine Muthoni (Strathmore University, 2021)
      This study examined the outcomes of mobile money use on money supply, inflation and national output. Data was taken from East African countries that have adopted mobile money services, namely Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and ...
    • Modelling of insurance penetration contribution to the economy. 

      Muriithi, Susan Waithera (Strathmore University, 2021)
      The study was set to understand the relationship between the economy of the country and insurance penetration. The relationship between the two would be important to understand the contributions of insurance penetration ...
    • Modelling risk adjustment under IFRS 17 

      Musyoka, Nisa Wairimu (Strathmore University, 2021)
      The IFRS 17 accounting standard for measuring Insurance profits is effective for periods starting on or after 1 January 2022 and critical to its measurement is the Risk Adjustment factor. The Risk Adjustment measure is ...
    • Modelling the effectiveness of Covid-19 intervention measures for different demographics 

      Annah Mwende Musomba (Strathmore University, 2021)
      The study aims to discuss on how differences in timing and duration of implementation of an intervention measure would affect the results from intervention. It also seeks to find how effectiveness of an intervention would ...
    • Pay-as-you-drive as a pricing alternative in motor insurance 

      Waithera, Jasmine (Strathmore University, 2021)
      A Pay-As-You-Drive (PAYD) pricing method simulating the replacement of the fixed costs of vehicle ownership and operation, with variable costs. The objective was to estimate the pricin effect of each strategy and deduce ...
    • A pension model for the informal sector in Kenya 

      Kariuki, Mercy Wanjiku (Strathmore University, 2021)
      The purpose of this research paper is to come up with a pension model for the informal sector in Kenya. We develop a pension model that uses pre-retirement mobile phone airtime expenditures through use of Bonga Points ...
    • Predictive models for colorectal cancer: A United Kingdom study 

      Oidamae, Ken Tobiko (Strathmore University, 2021)
      The role ofMachine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare and other aspects of life is growing every day. The purpose ofthis study was to build predictive ML models to determine whether patients with ...
    • Pricing of weather index insurance products 

      Munyaka, Emmy Mwithi (Strathmore University, 2021)
      Weather index insmance is relatively a new type of risk mitigation mechanism which could assist in alleviating some of the problems like moral hazard and adverse selection that are related with traditional crop insmance ...
    • Relationship between population growth and economic development in developing East African countries 

      Mwai, Jane Wangari (Strathmore University, 2021)
      The relationship between population growth and economic development has been a complex issue for decades and is yet to find a clear-cut solution. Some researchers have found a negative relationship, others a positive ...
    • A resource-based approach to the valuation of African startups by venture capitalists 

      Odidambo, Blair Obanda (2021)
      The valuation of a new firm is instrumental in entrepreneur financing. This research aims to create a consistent theoretical structure that seeks to determine whether variables identified as basic to a firm's performance ...
    • Using the generalized linear Model (GLM) to model (specific) chronic diseases 

      Aleeq, Salim (Strathmore University, 2021)
      As per the World Health Organization, chronic diseases rank highly in incidence, prevalence, and mortality on a global scale with around 60% of the 56.5 million total global deaths in 2001. Among the most prevalent of ...