Dr. Pamela Mbabazi

Head, Research and Policy Analysis

Dr. Pamela Mbabazi has a PhD in Development Studies from Mbarara University, Uganda, an MA in Development Studies from Leeds University (UK) and an MSc in Development Planning and Management from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science Technology. She has 20 years of training and research experience in Development Studies and has until recently been working with Mbarara University of Science & Technology in Uganda. Her key research interests include; The Changing Nature and Character of the State in Africa, Governance Issues, The Political Economy of Oil and Peace Building issues.

Some of her publications include: Mbabazi et al (2016): ‘Winners and Losses; Contestations over land in the advent of oil exploration in Uganda’ in Hany Baseda (eds) Governing Natural Resources for Africa’s Development, Mbabazi P (2013) Oil in Uganda: A Blessing in Disguise or an all too familiar curse & Mbabazi & Shaw (2008): ‘Two Africa’s, Two Uganda’s’ in Alfred Nhema & Paul Teyambe Zeleza (eds) African Conflicts; Causes & Costs and Mbabazi P & Taylor Ian (2005): The Potentiality of Developmental States in Africa; Uganda and Botswana Compared.