Ronald Chogii is a faculty member in the department of Finance and Accounting. He teaches corporate finance, corporate Valuation, and financial markets and institutions in the department. Before joining the school of business, Chogii worked in the banking industry where served in Various capacities in the treasury and Finance Department. He also worked at the Higher Education Loans Board and the Kenya Education network under a program that was funded by Ford Foundation as a research Associate and which was aimed at increasing the number of female teachers in the Arid and Semi-Arid areas of Kenya. Chogii is also seasoned consultant and trainer in managerial finance.

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Ronald Chogii is a faculty member in the department of Finance and Accounting. He teaches corporate finance, corporate Valuation, and financial markets and institutions in the department. Before joining the school of business, Chogii worked in the banking industry where served in Various capacities in the treasury and Finance Department.

Chogii Ronald is a faculty member in the department of Finance and Accounting. He teaches corporate finance, corporate Valuation, and financial markets and institutions in the department. Before joining the school of business, Dr. chogii worked in the banking industry where served in Various capacities in the treasury and Finance Department.

Publications


2014

Chogii, R, ADUDA JO, Murayi MT.  2014.  The Effect of Capital Market Deepening on Economic Growth in Kenya. Journal of Applied Finance & Banking. 4(1):141-159. Abstractthe_effect_of_capital_market_deepening_on_economic_growth_in_kenya.pdf

The capital market is important since it connects the financial sector with other non-financial sectors of the economy. This study examines the effect of Capital Market Deepening on economic growth in Kenya. Controversy exists among researchers on the role of deep capital markets in growth. The finance growth nexus forms the basis of the research with the capital markets assumed to have a supply leading effect on economic growth. This study aimed at addressing the issue by incorporating a measure of bond market turnover. The research objective was to determine the effect of capital market deepening on economic growth in Kenya. The study used data from the Nairobi Securities Exchange from 1992-2011 and GDP data from The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics. The study therefore concludes that Capital Market Deepening has a positive effect on GDP growth in Kenya and therefore lends support to the finance growth nexus. The Capital market plays an important role in economic growth and therefore the study recommends the government should take policy initiatives to foster growth of the capital market and especially so the bond market which is instrumental in providing finance for development of the Vision 2030 socio economic blue print. JEL classification numbers: F43, O16.
Key words: Capital Market Deepening, Economic Growth and Kenya.

2013

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