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A very good question: what next dear graduate?

Three weeks ago, Makerere University held its annual graduation ceremony: the 70th, to be exact. There were a bout 13,509 graduands who were awarded various degrees and diplomas in all the pragmatic and not so pragmatic stuff that our beloved…

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What We Got Wrong on Privatization

Through out the eighties and nineties, the buzzword in economic management was liberalization. Arising out of the ‘Washington Consensus’, and the reforms of Margaret Thatcher in the UK, we in the third world were convinced that the only way to…

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