Research Series (Economic Policy Research Centre) ISSN 2411-4499

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East African Regional Integration: Challenges in Meeting the Convergence Criteria for Monetary Union: A Survey
The realisation of a successful monetary union among East African Community partner states depends upon a sufficient degree of convergence of partners' economies to established criteria. This work integrates and synthesises various findings of the literature. 
Uganda's Electricity Sector Reforms and Institutional Restructuring
Using time series and the Uganda National Household Survey Data, this paper seeks to examine the effectiveness of electricity reforms and its impact on the sector's performance, specifically considering indicators such as electricity access, generation per capita, distribution efficiency, price trends, subsidies and customer growth. 
Public Spending in the Water Sub-Sector in Uganda: Evidence from Program Budget Analysis
This paper aimed to conduct Programs Budget Analysis of the water sub-sector in Uganda over the period 1999/2000 to 2009/10 in order to gain further insight and understanding into the sources of funding and how funds were allocated to various programs. 
Prospects and Challenges in the Formation of the COMESA-EAC and SADC Tripartite Free Trade Area
The proposed Tripartite Free Trade Area (T-FTA) among COMESA-EAC and SADC member states is one among many regional economic communities (RECs) that have emerged over the years. This paper attempts to examine some of the complexities and inter-linkages in reaching a Tripartite Free Trade Agreement in goods and services, as well as infrastructure development. 
Uganda's Revealed Comparative Advantage: The Evidence with the EAC and China
This paper examines the comparative advantage of Uganda's exports to the East African Community (EAC) partner states, and how it has evolved during the implementation of the EAC treaty. The paper also seeks to identify commodities that Uganda should specialise in as a basis to enhance the benefits of the preferential treatment extended to Uganda by China. 
 Performance and Survival of Ugandan Manufacturing Firms in the Context of the East African Community
Using enterprise survey data of the World Bank from 2006, this paper investigates the factors influencing firm performance and survival after the promulgation of the East African Community (EAC). 
Cost Effectiveness of Water Interventions: The Case for Public Stand-Posts and Bore-Holes in Reducing Diarrhoea Among Urban Households in Uganda
Water-borne diseases, especially diarrhoea, remain a big challenge to Uganda's attainment of water related Millennium Development Goals. The nation has earmarked large amounts of resources for water related interventions but the current levels of spending are inadequate to ensure everyone gets access to improved drinking water.
Oil Wealth and Potential Dutch Disease Effects in Uganda
Based on the hypothesis that different spending options from oil inflows are likely to generate different Dutch disease effects, this study employs a dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Model to investigate how different spending options targeted at particular sectors would affect the competitiveness of the traded goods sector in Uganda.
The Ministry of Health in Uganda estimates that in a given year, at least 12.3 million cases of malaria are reported across the country, with the highest prevalence among children aged 5 years and below and among pregnant women. The Government of Uganda has intervened with several malaria programmes including early detection among children and provision of intermittent treatment for pregnant women.
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