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The Uganda Journal of Management and Public Policy Studies

Papers & Abstracts

The Ugandan Journal of Management and Public Policy Studies is a multidisciplinary journal publishing a wide range of articles relating to public administration, management, leadership and public policy, from empirical studies and theoretical orientations to practical application. The journal reviews books, essays, and research notes that are relevant to both scholars and practitioners involved at all levels of administration and management from various organizational forms including business firms, non-governmental organizations and public institutions and individual networks. 


The Journal is an essential reading, publishing articles from a wide range of authors, both well-established scholars and young scholars. Thus the scope of the Journal covers fields of management, administration, and public policy. Empirical and practitioners oriented papers and reviews are welcome for the Journal. Contributions from all parts of the world are welcome to submit manuscripts.

5th Volume

1

The Relationship between Moral Virtues of Local Government Administrator and Ethical Performance
Regis Zombeire Kamaduuka, Gorretty A.Ofafa and Wilson Muyinda Mande

2

Public Administration Research by Graduate Students at Uganda Management Institute: A Methodological Analysis
Benon C. Basheka & Rose B. Namara

3

Financing Higher Education in Uganda: Case of Public Universities
John K.W Wabwire

4

The Role of Reverse Logistics in E-Waste Management: An Assessment of the East African Community
Martin Kang’ethe

5

The In_ uence of Intellectual Capital on the Growth of Small and Medium Enterprises in Kenya
John Karanja Ngugi, R.W. Gakure and Elizabeth Gathai

6

Ethics and Accountability in Tanzania Public Service: Experiences from Tanzania Electric Supply Company
Denis Kamugisha

7

The In_ uence of Intellectual Capital on the Growth of Small and Medium Enterprises in Kenya
John Karanja Ngugi, R.W. Gakure and Elizabeth Gathai

8

Organizational Behaviour: Psychological Contracting as a Moderating Factor to Re-Engineer Universal Primary Education in Uganda
Fred Higenyi Wahitu

9

The Salient Characteristics of Micro_ nance Institutions Clients in Kenya : A Case Study of Business Initiatives and Management Services Company Limited.
Simon Maina Waithaka and Bernard Omboi

10

Government credit schemes: Easily formed to easily collapse
Soteri Karanzi Nabeeta

11

Government credit schemes: Easily formed to easily collapse
Soteri Karanzi Nabeeta

12

How could the Cooperatives Societies contribute to the delivery of Primary Health Care in Uganda?
Innocent Komakech, Uganda Management Institute, Uganda.

13

Appraisal and Career Development of Academic Staffs in Uganda’s Public Universities
John Baptist Mpoza, Jude Ssempebwa, Jacqueline Nakaiza, Andrew Lukyamuzi, Hawa Harriet