Women In Management Institute
Highlights the efforts and research of the Women at Monarch. The Women at Monarch are a vital and strong backbone of the School and bring a unique and energizing view to management research. In recent years the unique contribution of women in management has taken hold in boardrooms and business schools. The Women in Management Institute at Monarch is our effort to reinforce the important contributions and how they shape management thinking.
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The Role of Internal Audit on the Governance of Regulated Tier 4 Microfinance Institutions in Uganda
The Ugandan financial sector comprises non-deposit-taking microfinance institutions and deposit-taking institutions. Microfinance institutions provide financial assistance to the underprivileged worldwide to finance their small businesses. According to Ssekiziyivu et al. (2018), microfinance institutions in Uganda are essential in providing loans to support small and medium-sized firms that employ a large portion of the country’s workforce. Most microfinance institutions are non- deposit-taking microfinance institutions which lend to the majority of the small and medium-sized firms that contribute 20% of the gross domestic product and employ more than 60% of the labour force.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is very proud to acknowledge the recent teaching award given to Prof. Barosum for her accomplishments at Nile University. Dr. Barsoum is a medical doctor presently completing her PhD in Marketing at Monarch. Concurrently with her Doctoral studies, Prof. Barsoum teaches within the Bachelor of Business program at Nile University. She was presented the award for the “Most Impactful Professsor” for the 2022/23 academic year by Dr. Tarek Khalil, the Founding President of Nile University.
Fostering Economic Development Through School Reform Programs: A Case Study Of Central African Republic
Monarch is happy to announce the recent authorized research proposal addressing sustainable economic development through school reform by PhD Candidate Ms. Manuella Sonia Mbaiokoum-Khotoh. The
A resilient region is seen as one that continues to prosper and maintain economic stability in the face of inevitable shocks and disruptions that occur over time (Christopherson et al., 2010, p. 134). The ability to adapt to changing circumstances and seize new opportunities, leading to increased innovation and competitive advantage, make such regions more attractive to businesses and investors by providing a stable environment in which to invest and grow. And, particularly, innovation systems at different levels (Rose & Krausmann, 2013) such as scientific communities of national academies of sciences are seen as key to developing regional resilience.
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