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Dr.  Evans Amata 

Doctor of Business Management  in Finance

B.A., Rural Industries and Management (Gandhi Gram University), Master of Finance and Control (Madurai Kamaraj University), Ph.D., (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology).


Dean, School of Business and Economics


Journal Articles
  • Amata, E.O., Muturi, W. & Mbewa, M. (2016). Relationship between Macro-economic Variables, Investor Herding and Stock Market Volatility in Kenya. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. 4(8), 36-54 ISSN 23480336
  • Amata, E.O., Muturi, W. & Mbewa, M. (2016). The Casual Relationship between Inflation, Interest Rate and Stock Market Volatility in Kenya. European Journal of Business, Economics and Accounting, 4 (6) 10-23 ISSN 2056 – 6
  • Kituku, A., M. Amata, E.O. (2016). Determinants of the Uptake of NHIF Medical Cover by Informal Sector Workers: A Case of UNAITAS SACCO Members in Murang’a County. Journal of Public Policy & Administration. 1(1). 17-31.
  • Kitilit, J., C., Bowen, M. & Amata, E. O. (2016). The Role of Agency Banking in Improving Financial Access in Kenya: A Case Study of Langata Constituency. Journal of Developing Studies .1(1) 61-73
  • Mwende, J., Muturi, W. & Amata, E.O. (2017). Effect of Credit Card Incentives on Consumer Borrowing in Kenya: A Case of Commercial Banks in Kenya. International Journal of Academic Research in Economics and Management Sciences. 6, ( 2) ,35-43 ISSN:2226-3624
  • Manyuru, A., Muturi, W. & Amata, E.O. (2017). The Impact of Corporate Diversification on Firm Value in Kenya. African Journal of Business Management. 11(11), 241-249. ISSN 1993-8233
  • Amata, E. O. (2017). Effect of Macroeconomic Variables on Stock Market Volatility in Kenya. Published Thesis, JKUAT
  • Amata, E.O. (2019) Effect of Interaction between Investor Herding Behaviour and Selected Macro-Economic Variables on Stock Market Volatility in Kenya ( working paper)
  • Amata, E.O. (2019) Determinants of Individual Investors’ Behaviour in Kenya: A Study of Individual Investors Trading on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (working paper).