Staff Publications

  1. Hojops OdochJ.P,Edward Oding-Wacha and Sudi Nangoli Prospects of developing careers of academic staff of Uganda Colleges of Commerce

2.       HojopsOdoch and Sudi Nangoli (2013) Merit Res. J. Edu. Rev. 1(4): 0 the effect of                          organizational commitment on  job satisfaction in Uganda Colleges of Commerce, 85-096

  1. Vincent Bagirea*& Juliana Namadab (2015).Management Theory, Research and Practice for Sustainable       Development in Africa: A Commentary from a Practitioner’s Perspective, Africa Journal of       Management Volume 1Issue 1, 99-108

  2. Vincent AmootiBagire*,Immaculate TusiimeGrace Nalweyiso and John BoscoKakooza (2010) Contextual environment and stakeholder perception of corporate social responsibility practices     in Uganda, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, Volume 18, Issue            2, pages 102–109

  3. Vincent Bagire& Julian Namada (2013),Managerial skills, financial capability and strategic planning in organisations,American journal of industrial and business management,3,480-487

  4. Orobia, L. A., Byabashaija, W.,Munene, J. C., Sejjaaka, S. K., &Musinguzi, D. (2013). How do small business owners manage working capital in an emerging economy?, A qualitative inquiry. Qualitative             Research in Accounting           & Management10(2), 127-143.

  5. Katono, I. W., Byabashaija, W.,&Manyak, T. G. (2012). The influence of contextual factors on teachers’ entrepreneurial intentions in Uganda: the moderating role of cultural and institutional          Review of Business             Research12(4).

  6. Byabashaija, W., & Katono, I. (2011). The impact of college entrepreneurial education on entrepreneurial attitudes and intention to start a business in Uganda. Journal of Developmental      Entrepreneurship16(01), 127-144.

  7. Ntayi, J. M., Byabashaija, W., Eyaa, S., Ngoma, M., &Muliira, A. (2010). Social cohesion, groupthink and ethical behavior of public procurement officers. Journal of public procurement10(1).

  1. Kikooma, J. F., Byabashaija, W., Barth, B. C., Sejjaaka, S., Mbiito, B. J., & Duke II, J. (2010). Rethinking entrepreneurship theory and research practice: An exploration into alternative theoretical        Makerere Business Journal10(1), 1-20.

  2. Byabashaija, W. (2009). Nascent Entrepreneurship: The Importance of Social Embeddedness and Resource Bootstrapping. VDM Publishing.

  3. Omagor C., Nsamba, O. R, and Basalirwa, Edith Mwebaza Internal Marketing Practices, Job Satisfaction and Service Quality in the Airline Service Industry: A Case Study of Entebbe Handling Services,       Uganda”;by,(2012).EleventhWuhanInternationalConferenceone-Business.

  4. Balunywa W., Basalirwa E. M.,Sserwanga A., Ngoma M, and Matama R.( 2009).Internal Stakeholder awareness of   the public procurement procedures, adherence to the public procurement             procedures and governance in self accounting organisations in Uganda” by; in Ntayi J et          al.,Fountain Publishers.

  5. Nangoli S., Basalirwa E.,Kituyi M. andKusemererwa C. (2013).Strategizing for firm excellence in             Innovation: An exploratory study of Entrepreneurial Tendencies and Behaviors in SMEs in Uganda” by; International Journal       of Economics and Management Sciences Vol. 2, No. 8, pp. 62-68

  6. Abaho E., Basalirwa E. M, and Akisimire R. (2015) .Microfinance and Entrepreneurial Empowerment of Women: The     Ugandan context” by International Journal of Economics Commerce and   Management, 3, Issue 1 (Jan issue)

16.   Turinawe D and MwesigwaR. (2013). Information on internet banking, Security and Privacy, Quality of internet       connection, Perceived value and Internet Banking Acceptance in Uganda. International   journal of economics & management sciences.2.11

  1. Tumwebaze, Z., Orobia, A.L&Kamukama, N. Information Asymmetry and Stock Market Participation:       Evidence from the Uganda Stock Exchange – ORSEA Journal, forthcoming (2015). 4 2.

  1. Orobia, A.L., Padachi, K &Munene, J.C. Why some small businesses ignore austere working capital management routines – Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies, forthcoming (2015).

  2. Orobia, A.L. (2013). Gender differences in Working Capital Management amongst Small Business Owners in Uganda. Journal of Economics and Behavioural Studies. Vol.5, No. 4, pg. 226-

  3. Gielnik, M.M, Frese.M, Kawuki, A.K, Katono, I.K, Kyejjusa, S., Munene, J., Muhammed, , Namatovu-      Dawa.,Nansubuga, F., Orobia, L.,Oyugi, J., Sejjaaka, S., Sserwanga, A,. Walter, T., Bischoff, K.M and Dlugosch., T.J. (2013). Action and             Action-Regulation in Entrepreneurship:           Evaluating a Student Training for Promoting Entrepreneurship. Academy of Management       Learning and Education.

  4. Semukono, F., Orobia, A.L. &Arinaitwe, A (2013). Learning Environment, Students’ Attitude and Performance in Quantitative Course Units: A Focus on Business          Journal of Economics           and Behavioural Studies. Vol. 4, No. 8 pg. 238-            245. 7.

  5. Tukamushaba, E, Orobia, A.L&Babu, G. (2011). Development of a conceptual model to understand international social entrepreneurship and its application in the Ugandan context. Journal of       International Entrepreneurship. Vol. 9, No. 4, pg.        282 – 298. 8.

  6. Orobia, A.L.,Sserwanga, A. & Rooks, G. (2011). A Study of Gender Differences in the Relation between Risk-taking and Start-up Capital: Uganda in an International Comparison. Journal of           Economics and Behavioural Studies. Vol.3, No. 2, pg.       83-93. 9.

  7. Bishop, D., Sserwanga, A. &Orobia, A.L. (2008). Entrepreneurial Dynamics among Women Entrepreneurs in a Developing Commonwealth Country: Case of Uganda. The African Journal of Business and Law.        2 No 2, ISSN 1997-1494,      pg.191-204. 10.

  8. Orobia, A.L. &Sserwanga, A. (2007). Business type and start-up capital: Exploring gender differences in Uganda. Advances in Global Business Research. Vol. 4. 1. ISSN 1549- 9332, pg. 225-232. 11.

  9. Sserwanga, A. &Orobia, A.L. (2007). Entrepreneurial quality- A theoretical configuration. Advances in Global Business Research. Vol. 4. No. 1. ISSN 1549-9332, pg. 2000-205.

  10. Magoola,I.W and Horwitz,F.M(2010).Performance poverty or poverty of performance leadership? The centrality of performance leadership and procedural justice in Africa’s quest for development, Journal of management policy and practice.11.5.155-168

  11. Magoola,I.W and Horwitz,F.M(2009).Emerging from performance poverty in Africa: towards a performance literacy model, South African journal of labour relations, South African Journal of labour  33.2.29-53

  12. Abaho, Ernest, Kusemererwa, Christopherand Akisimire Richard (2014) Entrepreneurial Success: Do owner’s entrepreneurial attributes and resource productivity matter? International Journal of Economics, Commerce       and Management, United Kingdom Vol. II, Issue 6, ISSN 2348 0386

  13. Ernest Abaho, IssaSeif Salim, Richard Akisimire (2013) Culture; is it relevant in the antecedence of entrepreneurial values? Evidence from Zanzibar.Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies       (ISSN: 2315-5086) Vol. 2(3) Available online

  14. IssaSeif Salim, Hildebrand Shayo, Ernest Abaho and Mohammed Ali Sheikh. (2013).State of affairs in ICT usage within tourist hotel operations: A case of Zanzibar. Journal of Research in International Business and Management(ISSN:2251-0028)Vol.3(6)pp.180-187,June,2013Availableonline @

  15. Ernest Abaho (2013) Entrepreneurial curriculum as an antecedent to entrepreneurial values in Uganda: a SEM model. Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (ISSN: 2315-5086) Vol. 2(2) pp.             085-092, February, 2013

  16. Godwin Ahimbisibwe M and Ernest Abaho (2013) Export entrepreneurial orientation and export performance of SMEs in Uganda. Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (ISSN: 2315-5086) Vol.   2(1) pp.056-062, January, 2013. Available online

  17. Ernest Abaho; Donath R. Olomi; Goodluck C. Urassa (2013) Entrepreneurial Curriculum; Is It Relevant to       University Students’ Goal Setting and Long Term Orientation? Evidence from Uganda. ZENITH International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research ISSN 2231-5780 3 (6), June (2013):

  18. Ernest Abaho (2013) Entrepreneurship Lecturers’ Entrepreneurial Orientation; Evidence from Uganda. ZENITH International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research. ISSN 2231-5780 3 (5), May (2013)Online available at

  19. Ernest Abaho(2014) Antecedents of entrepreneurial values; Does gender still matter? International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, United Kingdom