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Browsing Research Office by Author "Wambalaba, Francis W"

Browsing Research Office by Author "Wambalaba, Francis W"

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  • Wambalaba, Francis W (United States International University - Africa, 2009)
    This lesson continues on from lesson 3 and should be seen as a continuation. You will need to review lesson 3 and the discussion on Economic versus Accounting Costs & Relevant Cost Analysis. In lesson 4, however, we will ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W (United States International University - Africa, 2013)
    The report of this study provides an overview of the process for designing a course module on Agribusiness Management for Farmer Organizations (AMFOs). The module development was based on several interdisciplinary field ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W (Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida, 2004)
    Shared use park and ride typically involves property owners making their parking lots available to commuters for parking personal vehicles so that they can access public transit or use a carpool/vanpool to travel to their ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Concas, Sisinnio; Winters, Philip L. (Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1924, 2005)
    Practitioners of transportation demand management consider pricing a crucial determinant of vanpool market demand. Publicly sponsored programs stress the significance of fare pricing and subsidies as key tools for increasing ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Wambalaba, Akosa E (Kenya Times, 2009-03-17)
    IN most urban areas in Kenya, particularly Nairobi and Mombasa, most of the traffic jams could be mitigated, not by building brand new roads throughout the city, but by modifying existing road networks to accommodate rapid ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Concas, Sisinnio; Chavarria, Marlo (Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida, 2004-06)
    The goal of this research project was to determine the price elasticity of rideshare with specific objectives of helping to assess what the effect on ridership would be if the effective price paid by the traveler was ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Goodwill, Julie (Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida, 2004-04)
    The purpose of this study is to document the economic benefit of shared use park and ride facilities located at retail centers. Transit agencies usually perceive shared use park and ride as mutually beneficial to both the ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Gabourel, Kimberlee (Center for Urban Transportation Research, 2002)
    Shared use park and ride is defined as park and ride spaces that can be used to serve two or more individual land uses without conflict or encroachment. It represents a unique approach for addressing parking problems, and ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Wambalaba, Akosa E (United States International University - Africa, 2011)
    The purpose of this study was to develop a conceptual framework for managing PPPs in urbanized areas for improvement of the business environment by; 1) identifying and documenting experiences of sample partnerships between ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Muchai, Susan; Ruto, Paul (United States International University - Africa, 2015-04)
    Last spring semester, the research office was heavily engaged in several activities. On my part, I was deeply engaged with the university’s strategic plan as the project manager. Other issues pursued included the ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Muchai, Susan; Ruto, Paul; Jonyo, Bonn (United States International University - Africa, 2015)
    As we develop our strategic plan for 2015-2020, our great re-searchers are the plat-form upon which that vision will be built. Coupled with the best research office staff that has the passion and pride in what they do, I ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Gabourel, Kimberlee; Goodwill, Julie (Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida, 2004)
    Shared use park and ride (or joint use parking) is defined as park and ride spaces that can be used to serve two or more individual land uses without conflict or encroachment. It represents a unique approach for addressing ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W (Portland State University, 1993)
    In view of theoretical proliferations in migration studies , there is a need for a more comprehensive approach to migration modeling. A central problem identified in this study was the multitude of potential variables for ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Muniafu, Maina; Wanyama, Walter; Nduati, Gidraph; Ndirangu, Dalton (Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 2013)
    Agriculture is the mainstay of Kenya’s economy and contributes significantly to the gross domestic product. A great majority of this contribution comes from smallholder farmers who paradoxically face numerous obstacles ...

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