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Abstract Bank regulation refers to the formulation and issuance by authorized agencies of specific rules and regulations, under governing law for the conduct and structure of banks (Harvey, 2012). This study, therefore, seeks to assess the effects of central bank regulatory requirements on the financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya. This study is aimed at establishing why despite the...
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Poverty remains a challenge to the country 50 years after the founding fathers declared war on it. According to the Society for International Development, 60% of Kenyans live below the poverty line (SID, 2005). This paper aims to discuss poverty in Kenya, its causes and effects: I believe that understanding these causes will help policy makers tackle the root causes...
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Pollution is the presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance which has harmful or poisonous effects (Oxford Dictionary). My essay will cover the main causes of pollution in Kenya, specifically air pollution, water pollution and soil pollution. These causes will be sourced from governmental research as well as independent academic research. It will then review how effective...
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Out of 45.92 million, the urbanization rate is 25.6%, the unemployment rate is 40% and 43.4% of the population live below the poverty line. 68% of Kenyans have insufficient income which makes it nearly impossible to rent a house in Kenya. The World Bank states that Kenya needs more than 2 million low-income homes which will increase the economic growth...
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In the international crime spectrum the “Crimes Against Humanity” is a consolidation of many brutal and morally unjust crimes. This offense was ratified in the Nürnberg Charter and integrated to the Roman Statute of the ICC. The ICC (International Criminal Court) defines this violation of the law as “Crimes against humanity consist of various acts—murder, extermination, enslavement, torture, forcible transfers...
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Introduction In 1956 Charles Tiebout in his article “A Pure Theory of Local Expenditure” introduced the notion that decentralization leads to superior variation in the provision of local public goods (goods that are tailored to better suit local population). He introduced the Tiebout model, a model that seeks to attest that decentralization is the solution to the “free rider” problem...
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Warren in 1971 concisely defined water pollution as 'any impairment of the suitability of water for any of its beneficial uses, actual or potential, by mancaused changes in the quality of water'. Nairobi River flowing through Kenya's capital city provides an excellent example of a heavily polluted river. River pollution problems are common in developed countries with highly industrialised societies....

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