Master's Degree in Business and Economics in Nairobi in Kenya

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Business and Economics

A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

An MSc program in Business & Economics will offer a student the tools to develop critical capacity and skills to tackle problems involving industrial organization, international economics, organizational behavior, resource management, finance; in addition to many other business-related areas of expertise.

A country found in East Africa is officially called the Republic of Kenya. Though the education system was colonial and Britain’s, the country today has a 8-4-4 systems of education. 8 years of primary and 4 years for secondary education. The university education takes 4 years. This replaced the 7-4-2-3 system.

Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. This city is known for its good educational institutions and their diversified degree programs. Some of them are University of Nairobi, Kenyatta University, Daystar University and African Nazarene University.

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Competition Policy Executive Program

Strathmore Business School (SBS)
Campus Full time 5 days January 2018 Kenya Nairobi

A nation’s competition policy (sometimes called its antitrust policy) is a set of laws and institutions that promote economic efficiency through the protection and encouragement of competitive markets. Kenya has recently entered a new, modern, era in its competition policy history through the passage of the Competition Act (2010) and the establishment of key new institutions for its implementation: the Competition Authority of Kenya and the Competition Tribunal. [+]

Masters in Business and Economics in Nairobi in Kenya. A nation’s competition policy (sometimes called its antitrust policy) is a set of laws and institutions that promote economic efficiency through the protection and encouragement of competitive markets. Kenya has recently entered a new, modern, era in its competition policy history through the passage of the Competition Act (2010) and the establishment of key new institutions for its implementation: the Competition Authority of Kenya and the Competition Tribunal. This new law and its associated enforcement authorities will surely change the landscape for competition in Kenya and advance the nation’s progress toward a modern middle-income economy. For the new competition policy regime to succeed however requires the development of a considerable amount of human capital – people knowledgeable about the law and economics of competition policy who can participate it its implementation, evaluate its effectiveness and contribute to its evolution through the inevitable learning process. To this end, this course is designed as a graduate level course in competition economics. The intended audience are policy practitioners, university faculty members and graduate students, with training in micro economic theory and industrial organization, who are interested in learning about competition economics and becoming themselves part of the “training team” developing courses and curricula to prepare individuals for work in public and private sector organizations focused on competition policy. It is also hoped that exposure to this training will encourage research and advising on competition policy in Kenya as well – as a further part... [-]