International Refereed Publications

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International Refereed Publications

  • The Impact of a Liberalized Trade Regime on the Potential for Agricultural Value Addition in Uganda. The Eastern and Southern Africa Social Science Research Review. June 2008 by Dr. Geoffrey Bakunda
  • Book Chapter titled “Trade Liberalization and Its Impact on Poverty in Uganda.” In Mohammed Razzaque and Selim Raihan, 2008. Trade-Development-Poverty Linkages. Reflections from Selected Asian and Sub-Saharan African Countries. Volume I-Country Case Studies, CUTS International, Jaipur by Dr. Geoffrey Bakunda
  • Paper titled “Understanding how firms relate to their markets in Africa. The Case of Uganda.” In the proceedings of the 5th International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development (IAABD), Dar es Salaam, April 5th-9th, 2005. by Dr. Geoffrey Bakunda
  • Paper titled “Knowledge of the Multilateral Trading System (MTS) and its influence on the Export Performance of firms in Uganda.” In the proceedings of the 5th International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development (IAABD), Dar es Salaam, April 5th-9th, 2005. Paper earned Best Paper Award of the Academy 2005 by Dr. Geoffrey Bakunda
  • Journal Article titled “The Managers’ International Orientation and the Export Performance of Firms in Uganda.” Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review, Vol. 20 No 1, (January 2004). by Dr. Geoffrey Bakunda
  • Journal article titled “Explaining firm internationalisation in sub-Saharan Africa using the Competency Approach” in the Journal of African Business (ISSN: 1522-8916)  Vol. 4/1 2003 by Dr. Geoffrey Bakunda
  • Paper titled “The Planning Behaviour of corporate managers in Uganda. Implications for Management Development”. In the proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development (IAABD) held at West Minster Business School, West Minster University, London, April-9th –12th 2003. by Dr. Geoffrey Bakunda
  • A book titled “Business Strategy: An Introduction”; Makerere University Press, 2001. ISBN NO. 9970-418-12-5 by Dr. Geoffrey Bakunda
  • Journal article titled “Exploring Corporate Planning Behaviour in Africa. Competency Gaps and Implications for Management Developmentby Dr. Geoffrey Bakunda
  • Dr. Ntayi J, (2003); Work Ethics and Task Performance in Uganda’s Retail firms, Journal of African Business, New York.
  • Dr. Kabanza P; “Sensory factors and acceptance of institutional meals in Uganda” forthcoming in the South African Journal of Nutrition
  • Dr. Kabanza P; “Energy density and acceptance of institutional meals in Uganda” forthcoming in the South African Journal of Nutrition
  • Tamwesigire C. (2005); Response of Financial Savings to Financial Sector liberalization in Uganda – Journal of Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Vol. 7
  • Dr. Rudaheranwa N; Policy and Non-Policy Barriers to trade: Implicit taxation of exports in Uganda. The Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 37(2): 67 – 90
  • Work Ethics and Task Performance in Uganda’s Retail firms, Journal of African Business, New York by Dr. Joseph Ntayi (2003).
  • Tukamushaba K.E (2008), The interaction between perceived physical fitness, mood at work, Job satisfaction, and organizational citizenship behaviour.  International Academy of African Business and Development (IAABD) Peer-Reviewed Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Conference: The University of Florida Gainesville, Florida May 20-24, 2008 (Ed): Simon Sigué ISBN: 0-9765288-3-5 Volume 9. Tukamushaba K.E (2008) Total cost of ownership and supplier selection: A case of  Makerere University Business School catering unit. International Academy of African Business and Development (IAABD) Peer-Reviewed Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Conference: The University of Florida Gainesville, Florida May 20-24, 2008 (Ed): Simon Sigué ISBN: 0-9765288-3-5 Vol. 9.
  • Tukamushaba K.E (2006) Perceived desirability and feasibility, cognitive and emotional characteristics, behavioral intentions, social capital and formation of Social enterprises in Uganda. Sent to the Journal of International Entrepreneurship.
  •  Tukamushaba K.E (2002). A sustainable Approach to the development of Community Tourism in Uganda. 9th Annual International conference proceedings. December 3rd -6th . Business Conference. ISBN:9970-420-19-6

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