Department of Finance, Accounting, Procurement and Economics (FAPE)
School of Business, Economics and Human Resource Development
Stephen Kimei is a lecturer of Economics in the school of Business, Economics and Human Resource Development. He was a beneficiary of Africa Economic Research Consortium Scholarship that enabled him to attend four month training in agricultural development in University of Pretoria as part of his Master of Science program. Before joining Alupe University, he was engaged in research activities with a number of Research and Development agencies.
He is a PhD candidate in Agricultural Economics and Resource management at Moi University. He holds Master of science (Agricultural and Applied Economics) and Bachelor of Arts (Economics and Mathematics) from Egerton University.
• Applied Microeconomics
• Agricultural economics
• Environmental economics
Published papers in referred journals
Kimei. S., Mshenga. P., and Birachi. E. A. 2017 “Factors Influencing Commercialization of Beans among Smallholder Farmers in Rwanda.” IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science
EDB 112: Macroeconomics theory
IRD 103: Development concepts
EDB 312: History of Economic thought
ECO 211: Intermediate Macroeconomics
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