S. Wagura Ndiritu,
S. Wagura Ndiritu,
Associate Professor of Development Economics, Strathmore University Business School, Strathmore
Verified email at strathmore.edu
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What determines gender inequality in household food security in Kenya? Application of exogenous switching treatment regression
M Kassie, SW Ndiritu, J Stage
World development 56, 153-171, 2014
2222014
Are there systematic gender differences in the adoption of sustainable agricultural intensification practices? Evidence from Kenya
SW Ndiritu, M Kassie, B Shiferaw
Food Policy 49, 117-127, 2014
1922014
Determinants of food security in Kenya, a gender perspective
M Kassie, SW Ndiritu, BA Shiferaw
422012
Risk perception, choice of drinking water and water treatment: evidence from Kenyan towns
J Onjala, SW Ndiritu, J Stage
Journal of water, sanitation and hygiene for development 4 (2), 268-280, 2014
412014
Environmental goods collection and children’s schooling: Evidence from Kenya
SW Ndiritu, W Nyangena
Regional Environmental Change 11 (3), 531-542, 2011
322011
Real estate prices in Kenya: is there a bubble?
D Kibunyi, SW Ndiritu, H Carcel, LA Gil-Alana
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 32 (4), 787-804, 2017
162017
Essays on Gender Issues
S Wagura Ndiritu
Food Security, and Technology Adoption in East Africa, 2013
16*2013
Do voluntary environmental management systems improve environmental performance? Evidence from waste management by Kenyan firms
EM Mungai, SW Ndiritu, T Rajwani
Journal of Cleaner Production 265, 121636, 2020
152020
Adoption of agricultural technologies in Kenya: How does gender matter?
SW Ndiritu, M Kassie, B Shiferaw
102011
Regime changes and fiscal sustainability in Kenya
WN Irungu, J Chevallier, SW Ndiritu
Economic Modelling 86, 1-9, 2020
92020
The effectiveness of feed-in-tariff policy in promoting power generation from renewable energy in Kenya
SW Ndiritu, MK Engola
Renewable Energy 161, 593-605, 2020
82020
Effects of mergers on processed milk market in Kenya
PC Nderitu, SW Ndiritu
Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies, 2018
72018
Environmental Goods Collection and Children’s Schooling: Evidence from Kenya
S Wagura Ndiritu, W Nyangena
Resources For the Future Discussion Papers, 2010
62010
Beef value chain analysis and climate change adaptation and investment options in the semi-arid lands of northern Kenya
SW Ndiritu
Journal of Arid Environments 181, 104216, 2020
42020
Investigating fiscal and monetary policies coordination and public debt in Kenya: Evidence from regime-switching and self-exciting threshold autoregressive models
WI Ng'ang'a, J Chevallier, SW Ndiritu
Economics Discussion Papers, 2019
42019
Regime changes and fiscal sustainability in Kenya with comparative nonlinear Granger causalities across East-African countries
W Nganga, J Chevallier, S Ndiritu
42018
Climate variability and post-harvest food loss abatement technologies: evidence from rural Tanzania
SW Ndiritu, RD Ruhinduka
Studies in Agricultural Economics 121 (1316-2019-1170), 30-40, 2019
32019
Determinants of food security in Kenya, a gender perspective
S Ndiritu, M Kassie, B Shiferaw
22015
Drought responses and adaptation strategies to climate change by pastoralists in the semi-arid area, Laikipia County, Kenya
SW Ndiritu
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 26 (3), 1-18, 2021
12021
Raising the bar? Top management teams, gender diversity, and environmental sustainability
EM Mungai, SW Ndiritu, T Rajwani
Africa Journal of Management 6 (4), 269-294, 2020
12020
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