Dr. David N. Kiragu (PhD)

David Kiragu

Email contact: drkiragu@gmail.com

Research Interests

  • Operational Risk Management
  • Financial Reporting, Taxation
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Agribusiness and Value Chains
  • Entrepreneurship

Curriculum Vitae

Date/Period Qualification
2014 to date
  • Lecturer at DKUT- Accounting and Finance Department (A&F)
  • Associate Dean -   School of Business Management & Economics (SBME)
2010- 2014
  • PhD -(Jomo Kenyatta University of Technology, JKUAT
  • General Manager- Finance & Planning-Kenya National Farmers Federation ( KENAFF)
  • Board Member- Sigona Paradise Limited
2009 – 2011
  • Regional Finance & Administration Manager- Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC)
  • Membership ( Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA)
2007-2009
  • Chief Accountant- United States International University (USIU-A)
  • Risk Specialist- KENAFF
2005-2007
  • Finance & Administration Manager- Kenya National Federation of Agricultural Producers-KENFAP
2005
  • Audit Assistant-Ernst & Young
2002-2005
  • Audit Senior- H.W Gichohi & C0. (CPA(K)
  • MBA (Accounting ) University of Nairobi (UON)
1998-2002  B.Com (Accounting)- University of Nairobi (UON)
1993-1996 Nyeri High School- B+

Publications:

Peer Reviewed Journal paper:

  1. Kiragu D.N., Gikiri W.L., & Iminza N.W.(2015). Operational Governance and Occupational Fraud Risk in Commercial Banks in Kenya: A Positivism Approach. European Journal of Business Management. 2 (1). 401- 422.
  2. Kiragu D.N., Gikiri W.L.; & Iminza N.W.(2015). Bank Size and Occupational Fraud Risk: Empirical Evidence from Commercial Banks in Kenya. European Journal of Business Management. 2 (1) 189-203.
  3. Kiragu N.D; Wanjau L.K; Gekara J.M; & Kanali C. (2015). Effect of Management Control Systems on Occupational Fraud Risk in Commercial Banks in Kenya. European Journal of Business Management. 2 (1) 68-86.
  4. Kiragu D.N; Wanjau K.L, Mouni G.; Kanali C. (2013). Technology adoption and occupational Fraud risk: Empirical evidence from Commercial Banks in Kenya. Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary. 1 (3) 469-480.
  5. Kiragu D.N; Wanjau K.L, Mouni G.; Kanali C. (2013. Effect of Bank Growth on occupational Fraud risk in commercial Banks in Kenya. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship. 1(3), 469- 480.
  6. Maureen W.G.; Kiragu D.N. & Ngumi P. (2013). A literature survey on electronic banking security issues. Prime Journal of Social Sciences. 2 (1) 200-2003.
  7. Gathua P.K; Ngumi P. & Kiragu D.N (2013). The relationship between executive compensation and risk among commercial banks in Kenya. Prime Journal of Social Sciences 2 (1) 2004 -212.
  8. Maureen W.G.; Kiragu D.N. & Ngumi P. (2013). Open source and open standards in e-commerce. Prime Journal of Social Sciences ISSN: 2315-5051.
  9. Njenga M. S, Kiragu D.N ,Opiyo H.O. (2015). Influence of Financial Innovations on Financial Performance of Savings and Credit Co-operative Societies in Nyeri County Kenya. ISSN: 2235-767X. European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 4 (6).88-99.

Conferences Papers

  1. International Conference Paper, 2013- Influence of technology adoption on occupational fraud in commercial banks in Kenya, 2013. Makere University Business School & Syracuse University, New York, USA.

Contacts

  • P.O BOX 657-10100,
  • Nyeri, Kenya.
  • Mobile: 0713123021
  • Email: vc@dkut.ac.ke

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