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Name: NOAH KIBET               
    §    Department:    Agricultural Sciences    
    §    School:    Agriculture and Natural Resources Management    
    §    Highest
Qualification:    
Ph.D - On-going at Egerton University, Kenya and University of Kassel, Germany    
    §    Designation:    Assistant Lecturer    
    §    Responsibility:    Faculty Examination Officer    
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Academic Background
University Attended    Years    Qualification
§    Egerton University    2002-2007    B.Sc. in Agricultural Economics
§    Egerton University, Kenya/University of Pretoria, South Africa    2007-2010    M.Sc. in Agricultural and Applied Economics
§    Egerton University, Kenya/University of Kassel, Germany    2014-To date    Ph.D: on-going
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Area(s) of Specialization & Research Interests
§    Specialization
o    Agriculture and Trade Policy
§    Research Interest
o    Agricultural Marketing
o    Risk Analysis in Agriculture
o    Production Economics

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Selected Recent Publications
§    Kibet, N., Lagat, J.K. and Obare, G.A. (2011). Identifying Efficient and Profitable Farm Enterprises in Uasin-Gishu County. Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 3(5): 378-384
§    Kibet, N., Obare, G.A. and Lagat, J.K. (2011). The Role of Extraneous Incentives and Drivers in Crop Farming Diversification: The Case of Passion Fruit (Passiflora Edullis) in Uasin-Gishu County. Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 3(5): 358-365
§    Okech, O. S., Ngigi, M., Kimurto, P. K., Obare, G. and Kibet, N (2014). One and One Half Bound Dichotomous Choice Contingent Valuation of Consumers’ Willingness-To-Pay for New Pearl Millet Products: Evidence from Eastern, Kenya. Paper Submitted to the Journal of African Studies and Development and Currently Under Peer Review.
§    Okech, S. O., Ngigi, M., Basweti, E., Kibet, N. and Okeyo, B. O. (2015). Towards Macroeconomic Convergence and Monetary Coordination: Challenges to Regional Integration in Sub-Saharan Africa. Maseno University Journal, 1: 246-261
Current/ Recent Teaching & Research
UNDERGRADUATE
    ECON 101: Principles of Micro-Economics
    ECON 222: Intermediate Macro-Economics
    AGEC 111: Introduction to Agricultural Economics
AGEC 231: Principles of Agricultural Marketing
    AGEC 241: Agricultural Production Economics
AGEC 242: Agricultural Finance
AGEC 321: Resource Economics
AGEC 343: Principles of Farm Management
AGEC 344: Farm Management Applications
AGEC 422: Agricultural Project Analysis/Management
AGEC 455: New Institutional Economics
POST GRADUATE – MSc
AGEC 741: Agricultural Production Economics
AGEC 730: Agricultural Policy
RESEARCH
o    Technical Efficiency and Profitability in Passion Fruit Production in Uasin-Gishu County
o    Assessment of Possibility of up-scaling Perl millet in Kenya - The case of Baringo and Elgeyo-Marakwet Counties in Rift Valley region of Kenya.
o    Analysis of Global-GAP and Kenya-GAP Agri-private standards in Marketing of Vegetables in both Local and Export Markets in Kenya.
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Contact Details
§    Mr. Kibet Noah
Assistant Lecturer
    Kisii University
    Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources Management
    Department of Agricultural Sciences
P.O Box 408- 40200, Kisii, Kenya
Cell phone: +254  720 332 386
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