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1998

P., MRMAIMBAPATRICK.  1998.  Curriculum for NDT Course at University Level: A Kenyan Perspective.. Presentation paper for the International Atomic Energy Regional Training Workshop to Prepare Training Materials on Non-destructive Testing of Concrete Structures, Cairo, March 1998.. : The International Atomic Energy Agency Abstract

The principal objective of this study was to identify the factors that the management of verticaly integrated firms consider in making decisions to integrate either backword or forward. In order to meet this objective, the information sought for the study was collected through the use of a questionnaire. The sample consisted of 52 vertically integrated firms. 31 questionnaires were completed and provided the information used in this report. The study found out that he fator that influence a firm's decision to integrate vertically include certainity of demand for the firm's products, availability of adequate manufacturing facilities, investment costs, and the need for high market share. For textile and steel manufacturers, certain factor were important. The factors were: the need for improved co-ordination for a firm's activities, need for synergies, need for greater control over the firm's economic resources, level of competition in the industries and the mining firms, the need to control the firm's economic resources, the need to build new infrastructures, sze of buiness, and the level of competition in the industry are important

1997

P., MRMAIMBAPATRICK.  1997.  Structural Analysis, Structural Design and Concrete Technology . International Atomic Energy Agency Regional Training Workshop on Preparation of Training Guidelines on Non-destructive Testing of Concrete Structures, Nairobi, May 1997.. : The International Atomic Energy Agency Abstract

The principal objective of this study was to identify the factors that the management of verticaly integrated firms consider in making decisions to integrate either backword or forward. In order to meet this objective, the information sought for the study was collected through the use of a questionnaire. The sample consisted of 52 vertically integrated firms. 31 questionnaires were completed and provided the information used in this report. The study found out that he fator that influence a firm's decision to integrate vertically include certainity of demand for the firm's products, availability of adequate manufacturing facilities, investment costs, and the need for high market share. For textile and steel manufacturers, certain factor were important. The factors were: the need for improved co-ordination for a firm's activities, need for synergies, need for greater control over the firm's economic resources, level of competition in the industries and the mining firms, the need to control the firm's economic resources, the need to build new infrastructures, sze of buiness, and the level of competition in the industry are important

1994

P., MRMAIMBAPATRICK.  1994.  F.K. Kong, S.Teng,, K.H. Tan, P.P. Maimba and L.W. Guan. Single-span, Continuous and Slender Deep Beams Made of High Strength Concrete.. Proceedings of the American Concrete Institute International Conference on High-performance Concrete, SP-149. Singapore, November 1994, pp.413-423. : American Concrete Institute Abstract

The principal objective of this study was to identify the factors that the management of verticaly integrated firms consider in making decisions to integrate either backword or forward. In order to meet this objective, the information sought for the study was collected through the use of a questionnaire. The sample consisted of 52 vertically integrated firms. 31 questionnaires were completed and provided the information used in this report. The study found out that he fator that influence a firm's decision to integrate vertically include certainity of demand for the firm's products, availability of adequate manufacturing facilities, investment costs, and the need for high market share. For textile and steel manufacturers, certain factor were important. The factors were: the need for improved co-ordination for a firm's activities, need for synergies, need for greater control over the firm's economic resources, level of competition in the industries and the mining firms, the need to control the firm's economic resources, the need to build new infrastructures, sze of buiness, and the level of competition in the industry are important

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