History and Evolution of Public Procurement Reforms in Uganda(Article)
This chapter discusses the history and evolution of public procurement in Uganda and presents a thorough review of the laws and regulations, audit and investigation reports, as well as the opinions of the practitioners about the relative success and failure of reform. Wanyama demonstrates that political interference and economic bilateralism between Uganda and China are shifting the preferential schemes from local to foreign companies rather than abolishing them as international discourse on competition would want it.
Authoured by: Simeon Wanyama
Academic units: Faculty of Business Administration and Management
Departments: Business and Management Studies