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Who Must Pay Bribes and How Much? Evidence from a cross-section of firms
by Jakob Svensson, Roberta Gatti, Dani Kaufinann, Aart Kraay, Stefan Palmqvist, Tomten Persson, Ritva Reinikka, Susan Rose-ackerman, Andrei Shleifer, David Strmberg , 2000
"... This paper exploits an unique data set on corruption containing information on estimated bribe payments of Ugandan firms. To guide the empirical analysis a simple rent-extortion model is developed. The model yields predictions on both the incidence of bribery and the amount paid, and both predic ..."
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Firm Size and Rate of Growth of Ugandan Manufacturing Firms
by Babirye Stella , Niringiye Aggrey , Katerega Eseza , 2014
"... Abstract This paper aimed at investigating whether small and medium manufacturing firms grow faster than large firms. ..."
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Are Corruption and Taxation Really Harmful to Growth? Firm Level Evidence
by Raymond Fisman, Jakob Svensson - Policy Research Working Paper 2485. World Bank, Development Research Group , 2000
"... Exploiting a unique data set containing information on the estimated bribe payments of Ugandan firms, we study the relationship between bribery payments, taxes and firm growth over the period 1995-97. Using industry-location averages to circumvent the potential problem of endogeneity, and to deal ..."
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Ownership and Technological Intensities in Ugandan Manufacturing
by Rajah Rasiah
"... Abstract: This paper examines productivity, export-intensity and tech-nological differences between foreign and local firms in metal engineering, food and beverages, and plastics firms in Uganda using an adapted version of the technological capability framework. Although the results were mixed, fore ..."
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ICT-enabled Services: A Critical Analysis of the Opportunities and Challenges in Uganda
by Venansius Baryamureeba
"... In this paper we analyze the potential for ICT enabled services by Ugandan firms to both clients within Uganda and outside Uganda. We highlight the opportunities and challenges of providing ICT-enabled services by Ugandan firms to companies, organizations, and government departments within Uganda an ..."
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Labour Mobility and Export Productivity Spillovers: A case for Uganda manufacturing firms
by Faisal Buyinza , 2009
"... This paper analyses the potential for productivity spillovers from foreign firms through worker mobility using panel data on manufacturing firms for Uganda. The hypothesis is that that the potential for spillovers from foreign firms can be particularly beneficial to domestic firm through worker mobi ..."
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by John Baptist Kirabira, Angella Nalweyiso, Thomas Makumbi
"... Abstract: Foundry is one of the most energy intensive metallurgical industries. In Uganda, foundries are associated with large energy consumption necessitating the need to seek for ways to minimize their energy consumption. This study sought to establish the energy efficiency of the SMEs in Uganda w ..."
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DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT MARKETS: A FOCUS ON SME CAPABILITIES
by Barbara Ann Allen, Francis Ssennoga
"... ABSTRACT. In Uganda, under current procurement arrangements, few domestic firms are fully competitive. Most of these firms, just like in many other developing countries, are small and medium sized. These SMEs face obstacles at every stage such as poor production techniques, lack of expertise, and th ..."
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Private Investment, Uncertainty, and Irreversibility in Uganda
by Alexander Bilson Darku, Bayne Street, Ville La, Salle Pq , 2000
"... The paper uses panel data on Ugandan firms and a measure of idiosyncratic uncertainty to determine the nature of investment sensitivity to changes in perceived uncertainty among firms with different degrees of investment reversibility. Using a sample selection technique to fit a modified version of ..."
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Firm Size and Technical Efficiency in East African Manufacturing Firms
by Niringiye Aggrey , Luvanda Eliab , Shitundu Joseph , 2010
"... Abstract: The main objective of this study was to establish the relationship between firm size and technical efficiency in East African manufacturing firms. This study used a two-step methodology to examine the relationships between technical efficiency and firm size in East African manufacturing f ..."
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