15 Jan 2020
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School of Business
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Mr. Samuel Mutarindwa is a Lecturer in the Department of Accounting, School of Business, College of Business and Economics, University of Rwanda, and a PhD student in Business Administration at Jönköping University, Sweden.
He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) from the National University of Rwanda ; an MSc in Accounting and Finance (Makerere University) ; an MBA (Kampala International University) ; an MPhil in Research Utilization and uptake (Stellenbosch University, South Africa). He is currently pursuing his PhD studies at Jönköping University in Sweden since April 2014.
Samuel served at the National University of Rwanda (NUR) as a Tutorial Assistant (January 2008-March 2012) in the Faculty of Economics and Management ; Assistant Lecturer (2012-2015) and currently a Lecturer in the School of Business, College of Business and Economics, University of Rwanda. He also served as the Academic Secretary for the Masters of ICT policy and regulation of former NUR ; and in the Directorate of Research of the former NUR as a Research attaché.
Areas of research interest :
Corporate governance, regulation, and codification.
Banking performance, stability, finance, and outreach.
Law, financial development, and growth.
1.Mutarindwa, S., Schäfer, D., & Stephan, A. (2018). The Impact of Institutions on Bank Governance and Stability : Evidence from African Countries (No. 1739). DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research.
2.Shema, J. B., & Mutarindwa, S. (2017). Women’s entrepreneurship in Rwanda : Overcoming entrepreneurial stereotypes through government support. Contextualizing Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies and Developing Countries, 52.
3.Mutarindwa, S., & Shema, J. B. (2016). Privatization of Firms in Rwanda : The Role of Corporate Governance Practices. In Entrepreneurship and SME Management Across Africa (pp. 191-210). Springer, Singapore.
4.Samuel, M., & De Dieu, R. J. (2014). The impact of taxpayers’ financial statements audit on tax revenue growth. International Journal of Business and Economic Development (IJBED), 2(2).
5.Baig M.SA, Birasa Nyamulinda, Samuel MUTARINDWA (2014). Rural Energy Options for Sustainable Development : A Social Cost-Benefit Analysis in Verdiana Grace Masanja and Nilani L Dasilva, African Research & Development (2014) Nordic e-publisher, January 10, 2014) ISBN 978-91-978436-4-5 pages 3-10.
6.Baig MSA & Mutarindwa Samuel (2012). The role of government incentives in promoting the growth of SMEs in Rwanda ; a survey of selected SMEs in Pawan K. Chugan and Sameer S. Pingle (2012) ‘Epoch strategies for marketing, family business and entrepreneurship’. (P381-397). Excel publishers, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-81361-68-9
7. Samuel Mutarindwa & MSA Baig (2012) Managerial competencies, Working Capital Management and Financial Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises in Rwanda : a survey of manufacturing Enterprises (SMEs) in Rwanda, in Pawan K. Chugan and Sameer S. Pingle (2012) ‘epoch strategies for marketing, family business and entrepreneurship’. (p 420-43), Excel publishers, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-81361-68-9