Citations

This page features third-party publications that cite PSP4H research. Publications on this page are not the original works of PSP4H and their contents are the property of, and represent the views of, their respective authors. When referencing material found on this page, please cite the authors as the original source.

“Competitive Advantage of Brand Generic Products through Entry Strategies Adopted by Multinational Pharmaceutical Companies in Kenya”. A Research Project submitted in Partial fulfilment of the Requirements for the Award of Degree of Master of Business Administration, School of Business, University of Nairobi. Maina Catherine Mwendwa, October, 2015.

“Country Profile: Kenya. Overview of Kenya’s Health System”. The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town. Lim J et al.

“Diagnosis: Overrated. An Analysis of the Structural Flaws in the NHS”. Institute of Economic Affairs Discussion Paper No. 66. Niemietz Kristian, December, 2015

“Factors Affecting the Performance of Public-Private Partnership in Healthcare Projects in Kenya: A Case Study of the Ministry of Health, Nairobi”. The Strategic Journal of Business and Change Management. Volume 2, Number 36, pp 717-746. Evanson Kiambati Minjire, May, 2015.

“Fixes, Failures, and Facilitation: Diagnosing Problems and Opportunities in Health Intervention”. Enterprise Development and Microfinance, an International Journal. Volume 27, Number 1, pp 37-52. Jake Lomax, March, 2016.

“From Analysis to Action: What Works in Designing Interventions Based on Market Systems Analysis”. Maximilian Schulz, Mark Thomas and Katie Clancy, The BEAM Exchange, 2016.

“Impact Evaluations for Market Systems Programmes”. The BEAM Exchange. Fionn O’Sullivan, February, 2016.

“Increasing Access to Essential Health Commodities and Services”. Scoping study for the UK Department of International Development on the potential role of capital development. Department for International Development, September 2015.

“Making Medicines in Africa. The Political Economy of Industrializing for Local Health”. International Political Economy Series. Maureen Mackintosh et al. Palmgrave Macmillan, 2016.

“Practicing Strategy: Text and Cases 2nd Edition”. Sotirios Paroutis, Loizos Heracleous and Duncan Angwin. Sage Publishing, London, 2016.

“Strategic Partnerships in Kenya’s Health Sector”. In partial completion of the requirements for Public Policy 804, a course in the Masters of Public Policy Program at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. Anna Martin, Ankur Chawla, Kritika Kailash and Kevin Fulton, April, 2016.

“Translatable Lessons from the Kenyan Healthcare Landscape”. Center for Health Markets Innovations (CHMI), Katusha De Villiers et al, October, 2015.

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