Effect Of Market Frictions On Saving Decisions Among Members Of Maasai Group
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Effect Of Market Frictions On Saving Decisions Among Members Of Maasai Group Ranches In Kajiado County, Kenya: A Case Of
Savings mobilization is an important element in determining the welfare of individuals and the society at large. There is usually a significant difference in the saving rates among countries and over time periods. This study sought to establish the effect of market frictions on saving decisions among members of Maasai Group Ranches in Kajiado County, Kenya by considering the case of Kuku Group Ranches. Mixed methods research design, which entails the use of quantitative and qualitative study approaches, was adopted. The population of interest was the 12,667 registered members of Kuku Group Ranches. Stratified random sampling was used and a sample of 384 registered members of Kuku Group RanchDownloadViews: 89

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