Designation: Senior Lecturer
Department:Statistics & Actuarial Science
Email : ngunyi.antony@dkut.ac.ke
Mobile: 0721 642 862

Academic Qualifications

 Qualification  Institution  Year
 Ph.D. Applied Statistics  J.K.U.A.T  2010-2015
 M.Sc. Applied Statistics  J.K.U.A.T  2003-2005
 B.Sc. Mathematics and Computer Science  J.K.U.A.T  1990-1993

Research Interests
Applied statistics with more emphasis on its application to the field of food security.

Research publications

  1. Salaton Morera, Daniel Kiragu, Antony Ngunyi, (2019).  Drivers of Motor Vehicle Insurance Fraud Risk: Empirical Evidence from Insurance Companies In Kenya’ In PRESS [International Journal of  Economics , Commerce and Management]

  2. Antony Ngunyi, Cyprian Omari, Charlene Njoroge, Sharon Mwongera (2019). Modeling volatility dynamics of crypto-currencies using the GARCH models: . Accepted for publication [Journal of Mathematical Finance]

  3. Ngunyi Anthony,  Mundia Simon (2018), Modeling and Forecasting of Rainfall Patterns Using SARIMA Model (A Case Study of Nyeri County) : Accepted for publication [American Journal of Environmental Protection]

  4. Ngunyi Anthony (2018), Modeling Stock Market Return of the NSE market using Markov Chain. Accepted for publication [American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics]

  5. Daniel Thoya, Anthony Waititu, Thomas Mageto, Anthony Ngunyi (2018), Evaluating Methods of Assessing “Optimism” in Regression Models. American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, 2018, Vol. 6, No. 4, 126-134

  6. Caspah Lidiema, Anthony Waititu, Thomas Mageto, Anthony Ngunyi (2018). Non-parametric Approach in Modeling Effects of Remittances on Household Credit in Kenya. American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, 2018, Vol. 6, No. 1, 25-35

  7. Caspah Lidiema, Anthony Waititu, Anthony Ngunyi(2018), Forecasting Household Credit in Kenya Using Bayesian Vector Autoregressive (BVAR) Model. American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, 2018, Vol. 6, No. 1, 17-24

  8. Edwin Moyo, Anthony Waititu, Anthony Ngunyi (2018), Modeling the Effects of Trading Volume on Stock Return Volatility Using Conditional Heteroskedastic Models.  Journal of Finance and Economics, 2018, Vol. 6, No. 5, 193-200 , Available online at http://pubs.sciepub.com/jfe/6/5/5  ©Science and Education Publishing   DOI:10.12691/jfe-6-5-5

  9. Anthony Ngunyi, Peter. N. Mwita, Romanus O. Odhiambo,  Verdiana. G. Masanja. (2015) Multidimensional Analysis of the Determinants of Poverty Indicators in the Lake Victoria Basin (Kenya). IOSR Journal of Mathematics (IOSR-JM), e-ISSN: 2278-5728, p-ISSN: 2319-765X. Volume 11, Issue 3 Ver. V (May – Jun. 2015), PP 73-87 www.iosrjournals.org   

Post- Graduate Students Supervision

   Name and title of the Thesis  Program  Status
 1.  Salaton Morera(2019) Drivers of Motor Vehicle Insurance Fraud Risks Among Insurance Companies In Kenya  MSC  Examination
 2.  Patrick Mubia (2017), Macroeconomic Factors and Bank Performance in Kenya  MSC  Completed
 3.  Caspa Lidiema (2018)  MSC  Completed
 4.  Daniel Thoya (2018) : Evaluating Methods of Assessing “Optimism” in Regression Models  MSC  Completed
 5.  Edwin Moyo (2018): Modeling the Effects of Trading Volume on Stock Return Volatility Using Conditional Heteroskedastic Models  MSC  Completed
 6.  Alpha Kenyatta (2018): Modeling Volatility by Incorporating News Sentiments  MSC  Data Analysis
 7.  Harrison Dzombo (2018): Crime Management Strategies And Their Effect On Insecurity Within Mukuru Kayaba Slums, Nairobi County  MSC  Data Analysis
 8.  Johnstone Kuya(2018),:Employee Risk Management Strategies And Financial Performance Of Banks In Kenya  MSC  Data Analysis