The objective of this paper is to characterize the exposure of Kenyan's income to international income, monetary and price shocks. The results suggest that the partners’ diversification permits them to resist to international shocks. In fact, Chinese conjuncture tends to be less exposed to OECD countries' income and inflation shocks. Also, income in this country more depends on domestic investment and household consumption, in comparison to the exposure to OECD country shocks. In this context, we observe that the exposure of Kenyan income to OECD shocks regresses when the dependence to Chinese conjuncture progresses.
Assoumou Ella, Giscard
"Partners Diversification and Exposure of African Countries to International Crises: the Case of Kenya,"
International Journal of African Development: Vol. 3:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/ijad/vol3/iss1/7