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Prof. Joseph Kieyah

Principal Policy Analyst ( Head of Division

Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis

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Company Description

The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) is an autonomous public institute that was established in May 1997 through a Legal Notice and commenced operations in June 1999. In January 2007,His Excellency the President signed the K ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Strategy Centre Africa

Board Member
2014 Strategy Centre Africa

Assistant Professor of Law and Economics for Three Years
Penn State Limited

Education

Juris Doctorate

Law

University of Iowa College of Law

MA degree

Economics

University of Missouri

PhD

Economics

University of Connecticut

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Director: Prof. Joe Kieyah

Prof. Kieyah (JD/PhD) is a Senior Policy Analyst and Head of Private Sector Development Division at the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA). He is trained as a lawyer and economist at two top-notch universities in the USA and has substantial teaching experience and policy research. He holds PhD and MA degrees in Economics from University of Connecticut and University of Missouri respectively. He also holds a Juris Doctorate in Law from University of Iowa College of Law with a focus on Competition Law and International Law. His interdisciplinary research interest in law and economics focuses on land reform, governance, legal reform, competition issues, regulation, and corruption. He has been published in international reputable journals like American Law and Economic Review and Journal of Comparative Economics. He also teaches Management Economics and Financial Institutions and Capital Markets at Strathmore Business School. Prior to joining KIPPRA, he was an assistant professor of Law and Economics for three years at Pennsylvania State University in the US.


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Joseph Kieyah holds a PhD and Master of Art (MA) in Economics from University of Connecticut and University of Missouri respectively. He also holds a Juris Doctorate (JD) in Law with specialty on Competition Law and International Trade from University of Iowa College of Law.

His interdisciplinary research interests in law and economics has been published in reputable journals like American Law and Economic Review and Journal of Comparative Economics. Prior to joining Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) in 2009 as Principal Policy Analyst and the Head of Private Sector Development Division, he was a faculty member at Pennsylvania State University.
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- Joseph Kieyah, Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis

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It will take time, Joseph Kieyah, a principal policy analyst and head of the private sector development division at the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, tells Monitor Global Outlook. "This project [Vision 2030] has just been started. The government has been in place for a year and a half. There probably will be a lag in terms of when this information is being digested."
After stagnating at around 10 percent of Kenya's GDP for a couple years, manufacturing declined the last two years, Mr. Kieyah says. In the same period, Kenya's economic growth has stayed relatively steady, expanding 4.6 percent in 2012 and 4.7 percent last year, according to the World Bank.
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Maybe in a year or so, the manufacturing sector can turn around," Kieyah says.
Kenya announced a decline in electricity costs last week as a result of new geothermal plants coming online. Supply currently outpaces demand, and Kenya is hoping it can lure new industry participants to buy up the surplus power
There is substantial manufacturing activity that is not taken into account, Kieyah says.

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