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First Annual EPRN Conference (16.12.2014)


BNR-EPRN Research Conference Abstract Booklet



Determinants of interest rate spread in Rwanda

By  Mathias Karangwa and  Christian Nyalihama



The employment intensity of growth in Rwanda: Analyzing the links between Growth, Employment, and Productivity.

 By Dickson Malunda




Second Annual Conference (25.11.2015)


Interest rate pass through in Rwanda

By Bagabe James and Mwenese Bruno




The impact of the sectoral distribution of commercial bank credit on economic growth and development in Rwanda

By Ananias Gichondo and Mathias Karangwa



Third Annual  Conference (26.01.2017)


Human capital development in Rwanda - effects of education, social protection and rural development policies

By Joseph Nkurunziza, Annelet Broekhuits and Pieter Hooimeijer




Fourth Annual EPRN Conference (31.1.2018)


Determinants of Interest Rate Spread in Rwanda

By Mr. Karangwa Mathias and Mr. Nyalihama Christian




Determinants of Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) in Rwanda

By Mr.Karuhanga K. Wilson, Mr. Maniraguha Faustin and Mr. Hakuzimana Alfred




Financial Intermediation and Economic Growth: Evidence from Rwanda

By Sebuhuzu Gisanabagabo




The East African Community Monetary Union: Ready or Not

By Charles Ruranga




Rwanda's Agricultural Productivity Gaps

By paul Brimble




Second Round Effect of Food and Energy Prices to Inflation in Rwanda

By Mr. Manishimwe Christian




Poverty Alleviation in Rwanda: the Impact of the Vision 2020 Umurenge Program

By Dr. Thierry Mihigo Kalisa




Effect of International Remittances on Poverty in Rwanda

By Kadozi Eward




Population Growth Control in Rwanda: Closing the Poor-Rich Gap in Contraceptive Use in Rwanda

By Dr. Dieudonne Ndaruhuye Muhoza




The Impact of Financial Education through Savings and Credit Cooperatives in Rwanda

By Innovatons for Poverty Actions (IPA)



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