Judith Flavia Nakirijja

Judith is an Economist and a Lecturer at Makerere University Business School. Her research focuses on studies that create informed and effective policies for sustainable development throughout Uganda and the developing world in general. She has previously worked on research projects in the field of energy economics, economic growth and trade and is currently working on research projects on effective E-Governance in local governments and sustainable tourism practices in Uganda. She is working towards becoming an accomplished academician and policy influencer who can create policy environments that are favorable for wholesome development. Judith is flexible, versatile, open minded and can maintain good sense of humor at all times. She has high levels of integrity and is a good team player who is willing to explore and learn from persons of all walks of life.

Education Background:

Master of Arts in Economic Policy and Management (Makerere University); Post Graduate Diploma in Business Education (Makerere University Business School); Bachelor of Arts in Economics (Makerere University).


Nakirijja J, F. Turyareba, D. Kiggundu T. Ajok, S. K. & Lwanga, B. (2018). Determinants of Aggregate Electricity Demand in Uganda. Makerere Business Journal, Volume 12.

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