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Dr Dr. Martina Mutheu Publications
12018Barriers To Uptake And Use Of Added Value Mobile Money Products By The Lesser Off Segments In Kenya
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22018Mobile Money And Empowering The Lesser Off Segments In Society: Mobile Accumulating Savings And Credit Association (M-ASCA) Model In Kenya
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32018Financial Inclusion Through Mobile Money. The M-ASCA Model In Kenya
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42017ICT In Greenhouse Farming: KALRO /USAID – FtF IARDP Training Of Trainers And Farmers On Greenhouse Crop Production In Kenya
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52016The Role Of The Actor Network Theory In Mobile Banking. A Case Study Of Selected Mobile Banking Products In Kenya
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62015Integrated Marketing Communication And Technology Adoption: The M-pesa Model In Kenya
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72015Audiences To Users. The Paradigm Shift In The Role Of Audiences In The Execution Of Mobile Money Transaction In Kenya.
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82015Is Kenya Ready For An MVNO
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92015Mobile Accumulating Savings And Credit Association Mobile Money Model
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102015Does Microcredit Really Help Poor People?
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11201510 Things You Though You Knew About M-PESA/CGAP#comment169596
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122015Understanding Mobile Banking From A Theoretical Lens: Case Studies Of Selected Mobile Banking Products In Kenya
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132015M-ASCA
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142014The Role Of Context Of Use In The Stabilization Of Mobile Banking Products: A Case Of Selected Mobile Banking Products In Kenya
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152014Barriers To Uptake And Use Of Agency Banking Products Targeting Poor And Marginalized Populations In Kenya
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162013Integrated Marketing Communication And Technology Adoption: A Case Of Safaricom’s M-PESA Mobile Money Transfer Services In Kenya.
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172013Network Logic And The Stabilization Of Mobile Banking Products: A Case Study Of Selected Mobile Banking Products In Kenya.
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182013Is Mobile Phone Banking A Means For Bringing The Poor And Marginalized Into Financial Services Of The Formal Economy In Kenya?
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192013The Role Of Regulators In The Mobile Money Industry
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202013The Network Logic And The Stabilization Of Mobile Banking Products In Kenya
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212012The Niche In Mobile Money Adoptions
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222012The Role Of Wireless Communication In Financial Inclusion. A Case Study Of Selected Mobile Banking Products In Makueni County.
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232012Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) And The Adoption Of Mobile Money Transfer Services
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242012Extending Financial Services To The Poor And Marginalized. A Case Study Of Mobile Banking In Kenya
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