Month: May 2018

Admission to Graduate School

31st May 2018

Admission to Graduate School Today marks a special day in my life. I am entering the next phase which makes me nervous but I am prepared to face it. This is all about my dramatic entry into graduate school to study a Master in Economics (Econometrics). This is my chance to become a true scholar. […]

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DAAD SCHOLARSHIPS

DAAD Scholarship Opportunities

31st May 2018

DAAD Scholarship Opportunities  Apply for the DAAD scholarship opportunity below and thank me later. Read More: Admission to graduate school History of VoxEU Sharing is Caring:0

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Drinking straws are among some of the plastics which will be banned in Europe

Europe plans to ban plastic straws and cutlery

29th May 2018

Europe plans to ban plastic straws and cutlery European Commission is planning to ban plastics such as straws, cutlery and cotton buds in order to clean our oceans. Read More: Stefan Pichler and Nicholas Robert paid on sick leave Noah Smith: Can machines predict downturns?   A total of 10 items have been listed for […]

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Professor Richard Baldwin, founder and Editor-in-Chief of VoxEU.

Professor Richard Baldwin

29th May 2018

Professor Richard Baldwin Professor Richard Baldwin is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Vox and President of Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR). He also serves as a professor of International Economics at Graduate Institute based in Geneva. Read More: History of VoxEU Richard Baldwin moved to Europe in 1991 and since then he has served […]

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Prof. Richard Baldwin, founder of economic policy blog voxEU.org.

History of VoxEU

29th May 2018

History of VoxEU I am a regular reader of VoxEU.org and here is some information about the blog. It mostly covers articles on economic policy and political economy. Professor Richard Baldwin founded VoxEU.org in June 2007. His main objective was to enrich economic policy debate in Europe and beyond. This blog makes researcher’s knowledge more […]

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Photo: Martin Cooper, the man who invented the mobile phone.

Does Science Fiction Influence Real World?

28th May 2018

Does Science-Fiction Influence Real World? “In Star Trek, first broadcast in 1966, pocket-sized devices are used to communicate with the crew. Martin Cooper, the man who invented the mobile phone, says the show was the inspiration for his idea which launched 7 years later.” – The economist Read More: Patel dam was allegedly built illegally […]

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Ethiopia Reads: Let’s not have excuses for not reading

27th May 2018

Ethiopia Reads: Let’s not have excuses for not reading Read More: Europe plans to ban plastic straws and cutlery Sharing is Caring:0

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Kangaroo Mother Care

Kangaroo Mother Care

21st May 2018

Kangaroo Mother Care, a continuous skin to skin contact between the mother and preterm baby to help keep the baby warm and encourage weight gain in preterm babies Kangaroo mother care is also known as skin-to-skin care. According to Wikipedia, “this technique is used for low birth weight preterm babies who are likely to suffer […]

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What is the difference between a Post-mortem and autopsy

18th May 2018

What is the difference between a Post-mortem and autopsy “On job, the pathologist identifies the subject before conducting a post-mortem or an autopsy. In a post-mortem, you examine the body without dissecting it. An autopsy, on the other hand, is a more invasive and intrusive exercise where you dissect the body and remove organs for […]

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Cancer cases have shot to the roof

18th May 2018

Cancer cases have shot to the roof It’s a fact that cancer cases are growing into a monster. Check how the cases have shot over a short period of time. Read More: Kangaroo Mother care Does science fiction influence Real world We need to take immediate action. Our people do not have to go to […]

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Links 13/5/2018

14th May 2018

Links 13/5/2018 Elderly to waiter longer for Ksh. 2,000 monthly cash as most unbanked, Business Daily Federation of Kenya Employers to build a Ksh. 625 million headquarters in Nairobi, BD Healthcare inflation in Kenya and impact on your company   YouTube New features  Read More: Patel dam was allegedly built illegally Sharing is Caring:0

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The French Army of 1940s.

Building Trust in Medicine and drugs is Important

13th May 2018

Building Trust in Medicine and drugs is Important Do you trust the medicine and drugs that you consume when you become sick? How sure are we that those medical interventions do not have side effects which can be avoided? This is an issue that has been tackled over the years. Prof. Sara Lowes of Bocconi […]

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Photo: The fissure left behind by the bursting of Patel dam in Nakuru County.

Patel dam was allegedly built illegally

12th May 2018

Patel dam was allegedly built illegally According to BBC, the killer Patel dam was built without approval from the authorities. Read More: Europe plans to ban plastic straws and cutlery According to WARMA spokeswoman, Elizabeth Luvonga, the Patel dam was built without approval. The burst Patel dam released 70 million liters of water to homes […]

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Navdeed Bain, the Canadian Minister for Innovation, Science and Economic Development

Navdeep Bains, the Canadian Minister Humiliated at Detroit Airport

12th May 2018

Navdeep Bains, the Canadian Minister Humiliated at Detroit Airport Navdeep Bains, the Canadian Minister for Innovation, Science and Economic Development experienced humiliation when the Transportation Security Administration repeatedly asked him to remove his turban for security checks. The problem was that the TSA agents did not follow proper procedures. Check the video below: Read More: […]

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safari park Cheetahs chase people

12th May 2018

Safari Park Cheetahs Chase People Check this video how Safari park cheetahs chase people, the men ran for their lives while the mum remained behind to protect his child who was the target of the group of cheetahs. Read More: Navdeep Bains, the Canadian minister humiliated at Detroit Airport Thomson’s Falls, Nyahururu Kenya Sharing is […]

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Stefan Pichler and Nicholas Robert article on Paid sick leave

12th May 2018

Stefan Pichler and Nicholas Robert article on Paid sick leave Stefan Pichler and Nicholas Robert have written a great article on paid sick leave. The authors took a detailed look on the importance of paid sick leave as shown in the extract below: Sick workers are also less productive, and working while sick increases the […]

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Thomson's Falls, Nyahururu town in Laikipia County.

Thomson’s Falls, Nyahururu

12th May 2018

Thomson’s Falls, Nyahururu Thomson’s Falls was ‘discovered’ by Joseph Thomson, a Scottish geologist and naturalist in 1883. Thomson Fall’s is a famous globally for its seer beauty. Joseph Thomson is also said to be the first European to walk from Mombasa at the Coast of Kenya to Lake Victoria in Kisumu County in the early […]

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A cross section of motor cycles owned by Rodger.

Rodger Dudding, the man who owns 400+ cars

12th May 2018

Rodger Dudding, the man who owns 400+ cars Rodger Dudding is a proud owner of an excess of 400 cars. He is predicted to be having the largest collection of auto classics in United Kingdom and possible in the entire Europe continent. His garage named “Studio 434” but it’s not open to the members of the […]

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Noah Smith: Can machines predict downturns?

11th May 2018

Noah Smith: Can machines predict downturns? Since it has proved to be difficult to test downturns in the economy, Noah Smith is proposing we try use of machines for this purpose. Well it work? Find out here. Read More: Rodger Dudding, the man who owns 400+ cars Sharing is Caring:0

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Photo: Today i was a guest at a Morning Talkshow at Mtaani radio in Kabiria. Main objective was to encourage citizens from Dagoretti to participate in policy making particularly budgeting.

Geoffrey Kerosi at Mtaani Radio

11th May 2018

Geoffrey Kerosi at Mtaani Radio  Sharing is Caring:0

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