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Title: The Impact of Mobile Money Services on Business Markets In Uganda a Case Study of Nakawa Municipality.
Authors: Namulondo, Esther.
Keywords: Mobile Money Services
Business Markets
Nakawa Municipality,
Issue Date: May-2019
Publisher: Kampala International University. College of Humanities and social sciences.
Abstract: The purpose of the study aimed at determining the effect of Mobile Money services on the performance of Business markets in Nakawa Municipality, Kampala. In chapter one the researcher intended to explore how mobile money services affect business market performance in Kampala Nakawa Municipality. chapter one of the research is composed the background to the study, statement of the problem, purpose of the study, objectives of the study, research questions, conceptual framework, significance of the study, justification of the study, scope of the study, operational definitions of terms and concepts. Chapter two draw upon a set of theoretical frameworks required in relation to the study. An explanation of related literature under the major themes: conceptual review, theoretical review, actual review, and synthesis of the literature review. It also identifies and explores critically the literature on the effect of mobile money services, on Business market performance. While there may be common beliefs that mobile money services is associated with market performance, there is need to make reference to other studies conducted in areas related to the concepts specifically, and the study problem in general. Chapter three presents a review of the research methods and design appropriateness, a discussion of the population and sample. In addition, it explains in detail the methods which were used in the gathering of the data and the various stages the researcher went through to acquire the information. Chapter four presents the findings of the study with a clear interpretation of those findings to create a clear understanding of work the study revealed. The data were presented, analyzed, and interpreted quantitatively at 5% level of significance and the findings were based on the objectives of the study. While the previous chapter presented the findings of the study and analysis, this chapter presents conclusions drawn from the findings and the recommendations the researcher found that due to the capital respondents have managed to have small and medium businesses thus it is easy to be managed than micro business.
Description: A Research Report Submitted To The College Of Humanities And Social Sciences Of Kampala International University In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Award Of A Bachelor’s Degree In Development Studies.
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies

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