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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289



An Assessment Of Drivers Of Economic Planning In Kenya

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AUTHOR(S)

Khayumbi Ayub litsaliah

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: GDP, energy demand, population, government expenditure, net government debt and government revenue

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT: The study assessed GDP, energy demand, population, government expenditure, net government debt and government revenue to gain some insight into what exactly happens when changes occur to these economic planning variables. The research used descriptive and correlational design to determine and analyze the economic variables using available data. The study used purposive sampling to select the sample population and the sample. Pearsonís product moment correlation coefficient and regression were used to analyze data in this study. The study revealed that the Kenyan population and net government debt have been increasing over the last decade and the trend is likely to continue into the next decade. Government expenditure is significantly affected by the GDP and population. The study recommended that policy makers and government to take into account the impact of GDP, energy demand, population, government expenditure, net government debt and government revenue in their economic planning in order to improve the welfare of its people as they strive to move the country forward in terms of economic development and recommended more specific research of these variables specifically tailored for Kenya.

 

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