Kariuki, Mathu Samuel
The Kenya Government expects the co-operative movement to
play an extremely important role in agricultural development. But in
spite of this expectation, the co-operative movement in Kenya has been
faced by management problems, including corruption and misappropriation
of funds, and by inefficiencies arising from the diseconomies of small-scale.
This study is mainly concerned with the latter problem,
particularly as it affects the co-operative coffee factories of Kirinyaga
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