Michael Kiama, Lecturer, Department of Business Administration
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KeMU Towers, 15th Floor, Nairobi Campus

“Economics and Applied Statistics as a field of study is intellectually fascinating and
challenging, particularly to someone with taste and talent for theoretical reasoning and
quantitative analysis. This section of Business Administration department is here to
equip you with knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable you understand how an
economy relates to everyday life of individuals, businesses and global society in
general” – Michael Kiama


Michael Kiama is a Lecturer in Economics and Statistics with special interest in Macroeconomic Policy Management.

He is an experienced professional educationist with a track record in academic programs curriculum and course content/ module development, teaching, assessment, research supervision and consultancy.

Has a great passion in teaching Statistics and Econometrics with special interest in training in research data analysis/econometric packages including STATA, SPSS, NVivo, EView, SurveyCTO , RATS and CATS.

He is highly motivated in providing high level training on both theoretical and practical aspects of economic policy management and being an economic policy advisors in macroeconomic management for developing countries


  • Ph.D., Economics, University of Nairobi (Ongoing), Kenya
  • M.Arts., Economic Policy Management, University of Nairobi, Kenya
  • B.Ed., (Arts) in Economics, University of Nairobi, Kenya


  • Influence Of Internal Attributes Of Corporate Governance On Financial Performance Of Microfinance Institutions In Nairobi County
  • An Analysis Of Factors Influencing Implementation Of Procurement Strategy Among Regulatory Parastatals In Nairobi County
  • An investigation into the factors influencing the graduation of women-owned micro-enterprises (A survey of women-owned microenterprises in Nyeri Town – Kenya)
  • An analysis of factors influencing E-financing in financial institutions in Kenya
  • Influence of Talent Management on Organizational Growth in Kenya

Research Interests

  • Economic Policy Management in Public and Private Sector
  • Macroeconomic Policy
  • Management Decision Analysis
  • Macroeconomics Analysis


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