Dr. Robert Mudida, a senior lecturer at Strathmore Business School presented a paper at the 2nd Navarra Development Week in Spain from 3rd 7th June 2013. The development week was a forum for academics in development economics from all over the world to present findings on their recent research. The title of the paper was Results from the Kenya Innovation Survey 2013. The research was undertaken by Dr Mudida and Prof. Pedro Mendi of the Navarra Centre for International Development and was financed by the World Bank.
Dr. Mudida has considerable lecturing experience in the areas of economics, financial management, international finance and general management. He holds a doctorate from the University of Nairobi. He possesses an MSc in Financial Economics from the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies and an MA in international studies from the University of Nairobi. He has worked for several international organisations including having been the head of the commercial section of the Embassy of Chile in Kenya and an administrative officer with the Embassy of Spain in Nairobi for several years.
Dr. Mudida has published widely in his areas of research interest, which include international economics, financial economics, institutional economics, the economics of development and the economics of conflict. He has also carried out numerous international consultancy assignments.