Renowned Kenyan scholar and economist Mwangi Kimenyi dies in US

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He has authored and co-edited eight books and six policy monographs as well as published widely in refereed journals and books.

His work mainly focused on institutional policy reforms, economic development, and Africa’s political economy.

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Dr Kimenyi has received many awards and honours.

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He was the co-winner of the Outstanding Research Award (2001) by the Global Development Network and winner of the Georgescu-Roegen Prize in Economics (1991).

He was recognised by the Senate and House of the State of Mississippi for his work on Public Transit.

In 1994, Dr Kimenyi was named by the Policy Review, a prestigious US publication, among the top 10 young market economists in the United States.

In November 2014, he received the Innovative Scholarship Award at the sixth Global Peace Convention in Asuncion, Paraguay.

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Born in the then Murang’a District in 1956, Kimenyi received a Bachelor of Education degree before proceeding to Ohio University in the United States of America for a Master’s Degree in Economics and International Affairs and the George Mason University, Virginia, for a PhD in Sciences.

He has taught economics in America for several years was has worked for the World Bank, the United Nations and African Development Bank.

The scholar leaves behind a widow, Irene Wangui and three sons – Francis Kimenyi, Bedan Kimani and Robert Mburu.

Source: Daily Nation

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