Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC)

The EPRC was established in 1993 in a period of far-reaching donor-supported economic reforms in Uganda. It was designed to fill fundamental voids in economics research, policy analysis, and capacity building for effective in-country contributions to Uganda's policy processes. In this context, the EPRC was created to provide analytical backstopping for policy dialogue, formulation, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation.

Latest publications

Uganda's Performance towards Tracking Budget Allocations for Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment

Human Trafficking in the Wake of Labour Externalisation: How Responsive is the Justice System?

Is Uganda's Middle Class Strong enough to Deliver National Aspirations?

Uganda needs to Increase Domestic Resources to Finance Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment Interventions

Import Substitution: How do Increased Import Duties in Uganda Affect Trade, Revenue and Welfare

Access to Justice for Domestic Violence Cases in Uganda

Financing Indoor Residual Spraying in Uganda: Cost-cutting Options

Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Employment Prospects for Uganda's Youth in the Middle East

Within the EAC, which Countries stand to Benefit from the Implementation of the AfCFTA

Export and Import Price Elasticity for Uganda: An Empirical Analysis

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