I am a financial economist with substantial teaching and research experience, expertise in leadership and management, and a complementary range of expertise in overseeing and improving organizational operations. I am a meticulous, knowledgeable, and top-performing professional offering significant aptitude for streamlining the full spectrum of financial management as well as capital markets research. I am also open to cross-disciplinary research in green energy transition.
Ongoing Research Projects
I am interested in research in the broad area of financial markets development, access to credit by both listed firms and small and microenterprises, corporate governance, as well as the revolutionary digital finance. I am also interested in interdisciplinary research, especially on informality, climate change and green energy transition.
Oluoch, W. (2021). The Microstructure of Corporate Bond Markets in Emerging Economies: Evidence from Africa (Research Note ERG 5415; p. 5). Center For Economic Policy Research. https://pedl.cepr.org/publications/microstructure-corporate-bond-markets-emerging-economies-evidence-africa
Kithinji, J. G., Oluoch, W., & Mugo, R. (2014). What Is the Effect of Rights Issue on Firms Share Performance in the Nairobi Securities Exchange? Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, 5, 9. https://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/RJFA/article/viewFile/11289/11597
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