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Education, Marriage, Fertility and Labour Market Experiences of Young Women in Uganda: Evidence From a Qualitative Assessment

Using qualitative methodologies, this paper explores the inter linkages between the transitions from school to work or motherhood and/or marriage and the ensuing effects on future labour market outcomes and choices.

Drivers for Early Labour Market Transitions of Young Women in Uganda: Evidence from the 2015 School to Work Transition Survey

This paper jointly estimates the drivers of key life cycle decisions of educational attainment, marriage age, age of first birth and age at first entry into the labour market for young women in Uganda aged 15-24 years.

Early Labour Market Transitions of Young Women in Uganda

Using the School to Work Transition Surveys (SWTS 2013 and 2015) and the Demographic and Health Surveys (2006 and 2011) for Uganda, this paper descriptively explores links between educational attainment, age of marriage and child-birth and labour market outcomes for young people (15-24 years of age).

Tobacco Control in Uganda: An analysis of the impact of taxation on consumption patterns

This study analyses the trends in tobacco consumption in relation to potential tobacco tax policy changes in Uganda. Specifically, we examine the tobacco consumption patterns and simulate the likely impact on consumption of changes in tobacco taxation in the short run (3 years) and the long run (10 years).

National Fertiliser Policy

The National Fertiliser Policy (NFP) brings together all the related fragmented regulations into a single and comprehensive policy framework on fertilisers.

This report presents the Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA) rankings for Uganda, as guided by document reviews, with validation and agreement by the key stakeholders. The rankings are based on a number of different criteria, including four major themes divided into various sub-themes that are subdivided into specific economic indicators.

Country Reviews of Capacity Development: The Case of Uganda

Poorly functioning public sector institutions and weak governance are major constraints to growth and equitable development in many developing countries. This occasional paper discusses ways Uganda can address its development challenges in light of NDP and a series of poverty alleviation programmes. 

Pay for Locally Monitored Performance? A Welfare Analysis for Teacher Attendance in Ugandan Primary Schools

This paper examines whether payment for locally monitored performance, reduces or improves the quality of reported information for planning purposes, among others in the context of Ugandan primary education.The paper concludes that, even under conservative assumptions that welfare improved when paying for locally monitored performance.

Growth and Welfare Effects of Macroeconomic Shocks in Uganda

This paper examines the growth and welfare effects of three macroeconomic shocks; changes in terms of trade, international oil prices, and development assistance inflows in Uganda during the period 2010-17. The results reveal, among others that the three shocks only led to short-term as opposed to permanent deviations from trend growth in real GDP.

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