GI ACE researchers Jacqueline Klopp, Alissa Krueger, and Melissa Trimble highlight the implications of COVID-19 on small scale cross-border trading in Kenya and Uganda.
Paul BukulukiPaul Bukuluki is a migration and health researcher and Associate Professor in the Department of Social Work and Social Administration at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. His expertise is in social policies that promote political and social development.
GI-ACE researchers explore the multitude of ways traders interpret bribery on East African borders. Especially for small-scale traders with perishable goods, the cost and time involved drive traders to seek out shortcuts.
Where does pressure for public procurement transparency come from? Reflections from Uganda and Tanzania
Recent fieldwork in Tanzania and Uganda demonstrates the potential for data transparency to improve accountability will depend on commitment, not just to open data but also to pursue accompanying reforms that facilitate oversight and promote fair competition.
GI-ACE researcher Mark Buntaine’s team has pursued a fully paired ethnography and randomized field experiment to study anti-corruption strategies in the context of revenue-sharing for Bwindi National Park.
Researcher Mark Buntaine discusses GI-ACE project testing a fundamentally different approach to anti-corruption — recognizing officials for properly managing public funds.
GI-ACE research Jackie Klopp explores the wider transformation needed for more seamless and integrated borders to become a Pan-African reality, rather than simply a dream.