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Enriching governance in Africa via sustainable tourism - the integrity action pathway
(Strathmore University, 2014)
The lofty human interchange and economic potential of tourism poses a critical platform and frontier with boundless possibilities that could be harnessed to enrich the quality of governance in Africa at both State and ...
Devolution as panacea to deeply divided multi-ethnic (National) states: the Kenyan example
(Strathmore University, 2019-08-13)
One of the quintessential concerns of African governance and statecraft is the management of differences. This paper contends that the appropriate theoretical paradigm for assessing post-colonial statecraft in Africa is ...
Unpacking the disruptive potential of data driven policy making process and blockchain technology in enhancing good governance transparency and development among African countries in line with Agenda 2030
(Strathmore University, 2018)
This paper on Unpacking the Disruptive Potential of Data Driven Policy making process and block-chain Technology in enhancing Good Governance Transparency and Development among African Countries in line with Agenda 2030 ...
The Contents and discontents of devolution: measuring the "devolution performance" of the counties of Kenya
(Strathmore University, 2018-05-23)
The session addresses various aspects related to devolution in Kenya, giving examples of the substantive issues involved, in contrast to many superficial assessments that tend to appear in the media. After distinguishing ...