"This paper examines the determinants of inflation in Uganda. High inflation, an economic virus of the Ugandan economy for most of the 1980s, has been recorded at annual rates of less than 10% since 1993/94. A competitive exchange rate has also been sustained since 1990. The paper analyses the relative importance of monetary, cost/push and supply-related causes of inflation. A striking observation of the study is that inflation in Uganda is persistently a monetary phenomenon the monetary financing of the fiscal deficit is the main cause of sustained inflation in the economy. In addition to the links between fiscal deficits and monetization, the study investigated the causal relationship between the exchange rate and fiscal balance. The major conclusions are that monetary expansion as dominated by the financing of the fiscal deficit is instrumental in determining the pace of inflation."