Mr. Kuuya, Patrick Masette Lecturers in the School of Economics Kenyatta University. He holds a BA (Economics) from Makerere University and MA (Economics) from University of Dar es salaam. Mr. Kuuya is an experienced lecturer in History of Economic Thought, Economic History and International Economics at both Undergraduate and Graduate Levels. His area of specialization include International Economics and Entrepreneurship. Mr. Kuuya is currently interested in Micro and small Enterprise, Trade and Commercial Policy, Economic Growth and Development; Inflation; International Financial Policies; Industrial Economic Policies. Mr. Kuuya is currently pursuing Ph.D in Economics.
1. Kuuya, P.M., Impact of Adopted Technology on Growth of Micro and Small Enterprises in Kenya (Work in progress).
2. Kuuya, P.M., 1975, "Inflation: Tanzania's Dilema", ERB Paper No. 75.8.
3. Kuuya, P.M., 1977 "Transfer of Technology: An Overview of the Tanzania Case", African Development Quarterly Journal, Volume II, No. 2, CODESRIA, Fakar, Senegal.
4. Kuuya, P.M., 1980, "Import Substitution as a strategy of Industrial Development: The Tanzanian Case" in Rweyemu J.F. (ed), Industrialization and Income Distribution in Africa; CODESRIA, Accra, Ghana.
5. Kuuya, P.M., 1978, "Local effort towards self- reliance in manpower development: Research in Perspective"- A paper presented at the international
conference on the impact of overseas scholarship on development, held at the University of Dar es Salaam, December, 1977. Published in the book on Proceedings of the Conference, 1978.
6. Kuuya, P.M., 1978, "Tanzania's Development Problems: Explanatory Notes". A paper presented at a CODESRIA organized workshop in Lusaka, Zambia. The paper was Serialized in the New Look Magazine of Tanzania, No. 7 and 8, January- February 1978 and February to March 1978 Issues.
7. Kuuya, P.M., 1994, "Structural Adjustment Programmes, Growth and Poverty Eradication: A new Start for Kenya." A peper presented at a departmental semina,
8. Kuuya, P.M., 1996, "Interventionist Policies: Are they to blame for Africa's Capacity Building Problems?" A paper presented at the First Economic Symposium
organized by Kenyatta University, 18th and 19th January
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