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Macroeconomic features of the Uganda economy and some policy implications

Stephen Morris

Macroeconomic features of the Uganda economy and some policy implications

by Stephen Morris

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Published by Republic of Uganda, Ministry of Planning and Economic Development in Kampala, Uganda .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Uganda.
    • Subjects:
    • Foreign exchange administration -- Uganda.,
    • Foreign exchange rates -- Uganda.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStephen Morris.
      SeriesDiscussion paper ;, no. 1-2, Discussion paper (Uganda. Ministry of Planning and Economic Development) ;, no. 1-2.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3983.6 .M67 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1076497M
      LC Control Number93983268

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Macroeconomic features of the Uganda economy and some policy implications by Stephen Morris Download PDF EPUB FB2

Uganda’s economic freedom score ismaking its economy the nd freest in the Index. Its overall score has decreased by point due to lower scores for fiscal health and government. Macroeconomic challenges to Uganda's post • The model has been calibrated to the Ugandan economy and • This presentation synthesizes some of the lessons learnt.

Size: KB. Appendix B: Uganda Investment Authority 42 Part II: Macroeconomic policies to promote stability II Public finance II Introduction 44 II Revenue 44 II Expenditure 47 II Exchange rate policy 52 II The debt burden II Introduction 55 II Policy on debt 55 II Conclusion 60 Part III.

Structural policies to. Macroeconomics is a branch of the economics field that studies how the aggregate economy behaves. In macroeconomics, a variety of economy-wide phenomena is thoroughly examined such as, inflation.

Macroeconomic indicators Through the Financial Year /14 (FY14), Uganda’s economy continued to grow albeit modestly at an estimated % less than target of %. The outturn depicts a steady growth given the trend from % in FY12 Despite not meeting target, the economy turned out better than average growth of % in the sub-Saharan non.

macroeconomic policy co-ordination and management in Uganda and how they have evolved. The Macroeconomic Framework ensures that projections for the coming budget year are consistent with the Government’s macroeconomic policy objectives across the.

The specific objectives are: i. To critically examine the prospects of Uganda achieving the macroeconomic convergence criteria. To assess the prospective macroeconomic, sectoral and welfare effects of the macroeconomic convergence criteria on the Ugandan economy.

iii. To draws policy implications for achieving the convergence criteria. Downloadable. Rationale/Objective Evaluation of healthcare reforms has been an integral part of healthcare system studies. In Uganda the effectiveness of the healthcare reforms that were systematically undertaken sincehas been widely studied.

The partial equilibrium studies evaluating the reforms have concentrated on the economic impact to the health sector and impacts to the. The formulation and integration of a country’s macroeconomic policy and poverty reduction strategy are iterative processes.

Poverty reduction strategies need first to be articulated (i.e., objectives and policies specified), then costed, and finally financed within the overall budget in a noninflationary manner.

Fiscal policy – changes to government taxation, government spending and borrowing; Supply-side policies designed to make markets work more efficiently; Objectives of UK Macroeconomic Policy.

The key objectives for the UK are: Stable low inflation - the Government’s inflation target is % for the consumer price index.

Chronic political instability and erratic economic management since the implementation of self-rule has produced a record of persistent economic decline that has left Uganda among the world's poorest and least-developed countries.

The informal economy, which is predominantly female, is broadly defined as a group of vulnerable individuals without protections in regards to their cy: Ugandan shilling (UGX). Economic Outlook The financial year /16 markets an important transition for the Uganda economy.

It is during this year that the priorities of a new five year development plan for the period /16 to /20 are set in motion. This is after the /12 to /15 development. Economic Indicators for Uganda including actual values, historical data charts, an economic calendar, time-series statistics, business news, long term forecasts and short-term predictions for.

The Political Economy Framework for the Reform Economic performance in Ethiopia is highly correlated with the political process 7. Ethiopia’s history is full of conflicts, drastic policy changes and reversals.

Beforethe macroeconomic policy was largely informed by File Size: KB. “feel good”factor as Uganda enjoyed relative peace compared to recent years.

The investment level was also important as a result of high inflows of foreign savings. The outlook on the demand composition of GDP is for further increases in consumption, with stabilisation in the share of investment in total output.

Macroeconomic PolicyFile Size: KB. macroeconomic effects of mobile money in Uganda. In particular, this study examines the effects of mobile money on money aggregates, interest rates, consumer price index, private sector credit, and gross domestic product.

An important aspect of the study involves establishing the implications of mobile money shocks for the conduct of monetary Author: Joseph Mawejje, E. Paul Lakuma. macroeconomic data, such as social accounting matrices; in a computable general equilibrium (CGE) model, to estimate the shocks to the economy of various policy interventions.

There are not many CGE models that have addressed the interaction of healthcare service delivery with the rest of the economy. The macroeconomic impact of healthcare.

Macroeconomic Stabilization and Economic Growth: The Case of Uganda* we have a closer look at the implications of the ARDE for Uganda. Second, we illustrate how growth aspects can be more. We calibrate this model to reproduce key features of the Uganda economy, a Sub-Saharan Africa low-income country that recently discovered signi cant oil resources, with an estimated billion barrels of reserves.

This is a signi cant development milestone, as it represents great opportunities for the nancing of Uganda’s National Development File Size: 1MB. Inflation decreased from over 8% inaccording to Mr. Kasaija, because of good harvests in Uganda, a strong U.S.

dollar, and cheap oil. This. Uganda’s majorproduce include coffee, tea, cotton and tobacco. Uganda’s economy is growing at % per year asof Uganda’s primary exports include Coffee, Fish products, Tobacco and Tea and its majorexport markets are EU Countries, Sudan, UAE, Netherlands and Kenya.investment in national roads in Uganda would contribute substantially to raising the pace and improving the structure of economic growth in Uganda and in the East African sub-region.

It can therefore be seen as an exercise in the political economy of growth policy options.economy react to monetary policy effects in Uganda?

Has this got any policy implications on overall growth? Based on the identified empirical gap and the research questions, this study sets out to examine the sectoral effects of monetary policy in Uganda. To this effect, three sectors that are key drivers of Uganda’s GDP growth are analyzed.