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ASSOC. PROF. MUSA MOYA"S RESEARCH

Publications in international refereed and Peer reviewed Journals

  1. John Paul Kasse, Moya Musa, Nakawoya Fatuma, a validated framework for cloud computing adoption by SMES in Uganda ,International Journal of Information Research and Review, Vol. 02, Issue, 12, pp. 1482-1488 December, 2015.
  2. Kasse John Paul, Moya Musa and Annette K. Nansubuga, Facilitating Condition for E-learning Adoption—Case of Ugandan Universities, Journal of Communication and Computer 12 (2015) 244-249.
  3. John Paul Kasse Moya Musa Waswa Balunywa, Application of BPR in Election Management; Case of a Developing Country. Asian Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology; Vol 5, No 6 (2015)
  4. J.Sonny Nyeko, Musa Moya, Edward Kabaale, James Odongo, Factors Influencing the Short Message Service (SMS) Mobile Banking Adoption: A Users’ Perspective in the West Nile Region in Uganda; European Journal of Business Management,Vol 6, No 5 (2014)
  5. Noah Mwelu, Musa Moya, Moses Muhwezi, Donatus Mugisha Rulangaranga, Susan Watundu, Outsourcing practices and profitability levels of manufacturing firms in Uganda; European Journal of Business Management Vol 6, No 19 (2014)
  6. Noah Mwelu, Musa Moya, Moses Muhwezi, Donatus Mugisha Rulangaranga, Susan Watundu; Outsourcing practices and profitability levels of manufacturing firms in Uganda; European Journal of Business Management Vol 6, No 19 (2014)
  7. Samali Mlay, Lukman Balunywa, Victor Mbarika, Musa Moya, Ariel Ngnitedem & Godwill Vegahs; Global diffusion of the internet: the internet in Rwanda-  The African Journal of Information and Communication Issue No 13, 2013
  8. Sonny Nyeko, Edward Kabaale, Musa Moya, Christine Amulen and Geoffrey Mayoka Kituyi; The role of information communication technology (ICT) small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in job creation in Kampala, UgandaJournal of Business Management and Administration Vol. 1 (5), pp. 69-76, November, 2013
  9. Moya MUSA, AKODO Robinah, Monica MUKOOZA, Aloyce R. KALIBA and Victor W. MBARIKA, Impact Of Investment In Information And Communication Technology On Performance And Growth Of Microfinance Institutions In Uganda, Applied Econometrics and International Development, 2012, vol. 12, issue 2.
  10. Moya et al (2011), Locus of control and readiness to conjure and believe in mystical powers among small business operators in Entebbe, Uganda: A multilevel rasch rating scale model analysis.  African Journal of Business Management  ISSN 1993-8233; Vol , 5(17) pp. 7258-7271, 4 September , 2011
  11. Kituyi M, Moya, Rwashana (2012), A system Dynamics Pricing Model for Stabilizing Prices for Telecommunication Products and Services in Uganda. International Scientific Research Journal, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 07-14.
  12. Kituyi M, Moya M & Kyeyune R (2012), A framework for Implementing Sustainable E-Learning Information Systems in Developing Countries; A Case of Africa. Management University of Africa Journal ISSN 2074-4730,Vol 6-pp 205-201.
  13. Kituyi M & Moya Musa (2012), Factors Affecting the Pricing of Telecommunication Products and Services in Uganda. Business and Management Research Journal Vol. 1(3), pp 62-71, September 2012.
  14. Moya & Akodo (2012), Political Interference and corporate performance of public universities in Uganda, Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research, ISSN 2141-2480 Vol 4, 2012, pp. 125-129, December, 2012.. Available online http://www.academicjournals.org/jpapr
  15. Moya M, Musumba I & Akodo R (2011); Management Attitude, Support and Integration of Information Communication Technologies in Higher Education in Uganda. Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing, USA. ISSN: 1548‐6583, David Publishing Company, Paper No.: JMAA‐E10121402.
  16. Moya .M, Akodo R & Nanvuma R (2010); Technological Innovations in Bank of Africa; Nkumba Business Journal (NBJ), ISSN. 1564-068X Volume 9,pp 110-134, June 2010.
  17. Moya M, Watundu S & Akodo R (2010); Cotton export response model for Uganda, Electronic Journal of Business and Economics Volume IV, 2010. http://www.business.subr.edu
  18. Moya M, Wanda R & Akodo R (2010) Perceived ICT facilitation, employee competences and performance of MFIs in Uganda, Nkumba Business Journal (NBJ) Journal, ISSN. 1564-068X Volume 9,pp 64-93, June 2010. http://ahero.uwc.ac.za
  19. Moya. M & Watundu S (2009) – Econometric Analysis of REER and GDP in Uganda, Electronic Journal of Business and Economics SUMMER Volume IV, 2009. http://www.business.subr.edu
  20. Kiconco S, Akodo R & Moya M (2010); Village phone usage and standard of living of rural households in Uganda Nkumba Business Journal (NBJ), ISSN. 1564-068X Volume 9,pp 199-217, June 2010.
  21. Moya M & Akodo R (2009)- E-learning platform usage by students in Institutions of higher learning, Nkumba Business Journal (NBJ) , ISSN. 1564-068X Volume 8, pp 59-71, May 2009. http://ahero.uwc.ac.za
  22. Moya M, Sserubombwe & Akodo R (2009) – Perceived ICT Applications and Revenue Collection in URA, Nkumba Business Journal (NBJ), ISSN. 1564-068X Volume 8, pp 127-156, May 2009.
  23. Akodo .R & Moya .M (2009) – Corporate Governance and Financial Performance of public Universities in Uganda, Nkumba Business Journal (NBJ), ISSN. 1564-068X ,Volume 8,pp 86-94 , May 2009.. http://ahero.uwc.ac.za
  24. Moya .M & Mugarura .C (2007), Open Source Software as steam engine to Africa’s Growth, Makerere Business  Journal(MBJ), 2007.
  25. Byarugaba P & Moya M (2006), Lending behaviour and performance of local commercial Banks in Uganda, Makerere Business  Journal (MBJ) Journal, 2006.
  26. Mande, Indifuna & Moya M (2005) – Locus of control and Access to wealth from under water spirits, Nkumba Business Journal (NBJ) ISSN. 1564-068X.Volume 6,pp-69-83, May 2005.

Books Published- Reviewed by External and Internal Academic Faculty

  • Kituyi G. M, Moya M and Kasse J.P (2010); Database programming 1st Edition ISBN: 9789970900909, Shari Publishers P.O Box 250 Kampala.
  • Nyeko .S & Moya .M (2009) ICT in Business, 1st Edition, ISBN: 9789970153008
  • Moya M, Kiweewa K & Akodo R (2009), Computing and Logic for Programmers 1st Edition, ISBN: 9789970153015.
  • Nyeko .S & Moya .M (2012) ICT in Business, 2nd Edition, ISBN: 9789970153077

On-line Publications

  • Moya, Beebe, Tusubira, Balunywa & Mutalya-, ICT for Development 610 series, Nettle@africa (http://kng.nettelafrica.org)- 2006 Moya, Beebe, Tusubira, Balunywa & Mutalya ,
  • ICT Applications 510 and ICT for Development 610 series, Nettle@africa (http://kng.nettelafrica.org)- 2004 and 2009.
  • Moya – Point of sale Information system in C+.
  • Moya – Multiple Regression Analysis system in Basic and C+

Conferences attended and papers presented.

  • GDI for Rwanda, ICT Leadership conference, Pretoria, South Africa, 2012.
  • BPR Election engineering in Uganda, 2012, Annual International Management Conference, Kampala.
  • Factors Affecting the Pricing of Telecommunication Products and Services in Uganda. Management University of Africa (MUA) management Conference, Nairobi; 2011.
  • Debt financing and Return on Equity in manufacturing and Financial Institutions in Uganda. ORSEA Conference 2011, Nairobi.
  • Registration System, ICT for Africa Conference, Nigeria, 2011.
  • Payment Modes and firm performance, ORSEA Conference, October 2010, Kampala.
  • Cotton response model for Uganda, ORSEA Conference, 2009, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.
  • GDI at Annual International Management Conference -Kampala, November 2009.
  • Management attitude and ICT Adoption in higher institutions of learning at International Management Conference Kampala, November 2009.
  • Kng/KEWL learning Platform Usage at 4th ORSEA International Conference Nairobi, October 2008.
  • ICT and Productivity at 4th ORSEA International Conference Nairobi, October 2008.
  • Corporate Governance and financial performance at ORSEA International Conference Nairobi, October 2008.
  • Corporate Governance, Political Interference and financial performance at International Management Conference Entebbe, November 2008.
  • Real effective exchange rate and GDP in Uganda at ORSEA International Conference Nairobi, October 2008.
  • Time series Analysis of Uganda GDP at International Management Conference Entebbe, November 2008.
  • Open Source Software as steam engine to Africa’s Growth presented at the 11th, MUBS- Annual International management conference, 2006.
  • Billing system and Customer Satisfaction in Umeme, presented at 3rd ORSEA International Conference in August, 2006.
  • ICT Applications and Revenue Collection Performance in Uganda Revenue Authority, presented at 3rd ORSEA International Conference in August, 2006.
  • Attended 14  Annual International management conferences, since 2002.
  • Attended 6 ORSEA International conferences, since 2005.
  • Attended 3 Entrepreneurship Conferences.
  • Attended 2 leadership Conferences.
  • Attended 2 ICT for Africa Conferences since 2011.
  • E-learning curriculum development workshop, Washington DC USA, 2004.
  • E-Learning Board and coordinators meetings twice in South Africa, twice in Botswana.

 

MR.MAYOKA KITUYI "S RESEARCH



Kituyi G. Mayoka, Moya Musa and Kasse J.P (2010). Database Programming; Theory and Practice. Makerere University Business School.

Kituyi G. Mayoka, Moya Musa and Victor Mbarika (2013). Computerized Accounting and Finance: Applications in Business. Makerere University Business School

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MS. SAMALI V. MLAY'S RESEARCH

Published work

Mlay, S.V, Zlotnikova, I, & Watundu, S. (2012). A Quantitative Analysis of Business Process Reengineering and Organizational Resistance: The Case of Uganda, The African Journal of Information Systems: Vol. 5: Iss. 1, Article 1. 
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/ajis/vol5/iss1/1

Muganda-Ochara, N., Dawit, A. & Mlay, S.V. (2012). Group Think’ in Organizational Decision Making Deficiency in the Requirements Engineering Process: Towards a Crowdsourcing Model. Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2132040 and http://www.ibima.org/spain2012/papers/nixo.html

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DR . ARTHUR AHIMBISIBWE'S RESEARCH

SELECTED RESEARCH JOURNALS

Refereed Journal articles


Ahimbisibwe, A., Cavana, R.Y., &Daellenbach, U. (2015).A Contingency Fit Model ofCritical Success Factors for Software Development Projects.  Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 28 (1): 7-33.

Tumuhairwe, R., &Ahimbisibwe, A.  (2016). Procurement Records Compliance,
Effective Risk management and Records Management Performance: Evidence from Ugandan Public Procuring and Disposing Entities. Records Management Journal (Emerald), 26(1): 83-101.

Ahimbisibwe, A. (2014). The Influence of Contractual Governance Mechanisms,
Buyer–SupplierTrust and Supplier Opportunistic Behavior on Supplier Performance.Journal of African Business, 15:2, 85-99.

Ahimbisibwe, A., Ssebulime, R., Tumuhairwe, R., &Tusiime, W. (2016).Supply Chain
Visibility, Supply Chain Velocity, Supply Chain Alignment and Humanitarian Supply Chain Relief Agility.European Journal of Logistics, Purchasing and Supply Chain Management,4 (2): 1-10.

Ahimbisibwe, A., Omudang, S., Tusiime, W. &Tumuhairwe, R. (2016).Information
Technology Capability, Adoption, Logistics Service Quality and the Performance of Third Party Logistics Providers, International Journal of Operations and Logistics Management, 5(1): 16-41.

Ahimbisibwe, A.,  Tusiime, W.,  &Tumuhairwe, R. (2015). The Moderating Influence
of Inherent Project Risk on the Relationship between Project Planning and Perceived Project Success.International Journal of Supply Chain Management, 4(3): 69-77.

Ahimbisibwe, A.,  Tumuhairwe, R., &Tusiime, W.  (2015). Mediating influence of
Individual Commitment and Social Networks on the relationship between Project Communication and Perceived Project Performance: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach. European Journal of Business and Management, 7, (23): 126-135.

Ahimbisibwe, A., Tusiime, W., &Tumuhairwe, R. (2016). Adoption of E-Procurement
Technology in Uganda: Migrating from the Manual Public Procurement Systems to the Internet.Journal of Supply Chain Management, 3 (1):1-23.

Ahimbisibwe, A., Tusiime, W., &Tumuhairwe, R. (2015).Contractual Governance
Mechanisms and Supplier Delivery Performance: Testing mediating effects of Buyer-Supplier Trust and Supplier Opportunism. European Journal of Business and Management, 7 (24):94-111.

Ahimbisibwe, A.,Tumuhairwe, R., &Tusiime, W.(2016).  Feedback on Formative
Assessments and Student Satisfaction with Feedback: Graduate students’ Perceptions of Feedback in a Ugandan University. Journal of Management, 4 (1):1-14.

Muhwezi, M., &Ahimbisibwe, A. (2015). Contract Management, Inter Functional
Coordination, Trust and Contract Performance of Works Contracts in Ugandan Public Procuring and Disposing Entities. European Journal of Business and Management, 7 (20):76-86.

Ahimbisibwe, A., &Nangoli, S. (2012). Project Communication, Individual
Commitment, Social Networks and Perceived Project Performance.Journal of African Business, 13 (2):101-114.

Ahimbisibwe, A., Muhwezi, M., &Nangoli, S. (2012).Outsourced Contracts,
Buyer-Supplier Trust, Supplier Opportunistic Behavior and Supplier Performance in Ugandan Public Procuring and Disposing Entities (PDE’s).Journal of Public Procurement, 12 (4):435-470.

Nangoli, S., Ahimbisibwe, A., Namagembe, S., & Bashir, H. (2013). Social Networks: A
strategy for Enhancing Project Stakeholder Commitment. Journal of Strategy and Management, 6(4): 399-410.

Ahimbisibwe, A., Muhwezi, M., &Eyaa, S. (2012). Supplier Opportunism, Contract
Management and Service Delivery in Outsourced Contracts in Public Procuring and Disposing Entities (PDE’s) in Uganda.Journal of Public Procurement and Contract Management, 1(1): 64-84.

Ahimbisibwe, A., Nangoli, S., &Tusiime, W. (2012). Mediating Effects of Network
Degree and Network transitivity on the Relationship between Project Communication Strategies and Perceived Project Success.International Journal of Economics and Management Sciences, 2 (2): 01-10.

Ahimbisibwe, A., Nangoli, S. &Tusiime, W. (2012). Formal Contractual Governance
Mechanisms, Contract Contingencies, Inter-Organizational Trust, Supplier Opportunism and Outsourcing Performance.International Journal of Business and Behavioural Sciences, 2(9):7-20.

Ahimbisibwe, A., &Nangoli, S. (2012). Social Networks: Mediator of Project
Communication and Perceived Project Success.International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2 (20):73-85.

Ahimbisibwe, A., &Muhwezi, M. (2012).The Effect of Vertical Collaborations, Buyer-
Supplier Compliance and Contract Performance in Public Procuring and Disposing Entities (PDEs) in Uganda.A Case of National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) Uganda. Operations Research Society of Eastern Africa Journal, 2(1):21-54.

Ahimbisibwe, A., Nangoli, S.,  &Tusiime, W. (2013). Project Communication and
Perceived Project Performance: The Mediating Influence of Individual Commitment in Uganda’s Citizenship Projects.Operations Research Society of Eastern Africa Journal, 3(3): 1-22.

Tusiime, W., Ahimbisibwe, A.&Nangoli, S.  (2013). Relationship between the
Perceived Factors for Effective Logistics and Customer Satisfaction: A Case of Tanzania’s Telecommunication Industry.Operations Research Society of Eastern AfricaJournal, ORSEA 10th Anniversary.

Ahimbisibwe, A., &Nangoli, S. (2012). Using the Behavioural Factors to explain
Perceived Project Performance of Ugandan Citizenship Projects: A Multivariate Analysis. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 3 (10):208-224.

Ahimbisibwe, A., &Nangoli, S. (2012). Moderating Effect of Buyer-Supplier
Trust on theRelationship between Outsourced Formal Contracts and Supplier Delivery Performance: An Empirical Study of Public Sector Procurement.International Journal of Business and Social Science, 3 (17):50-71.

Nangoli, S., Namagembe, S., Ahimbisibwe, A.& Bashir Hassan. (2013). The
Antecedent Role of Social Networks in Project Communication.International Journal of Economics and Management Sciences, 2(8): 25-32.

Refereed Conference Publications

Sheffield, J.,  Lemétayer, J., &Ahimbisibwe, A.  (2011). What Works When?
Exploring Contingencies in Software Development Methodology. Australian and New ZealandAcademy of Management (ANZAM) Conference Proceedings: 7-9 December, Wellington, New Zealand(Awarded best Paper of the year in Technology Innovation and Supply Chain Management).

Cavana, B., Kala, R., &Ahimbisibwe, A.  (2012). Structural Equation Modelling
of Undergraduate Management Students’ Perceptions of Feedback in a New ZealandUniversity. 46th Operations Research of New Zealand Conference Proceedings: 10-11 December, Wellington, New Zealand.

Ahimbisibwe, A., &Muhwezi, M. (2010). Vertical Collaborations, Buyer-Supplier
Compliance and Contract Performance in Public Procuring and Disposing Entities (PDEs) in Uganda.A Case of National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) Uganda.Operations Research Society of Eastern Africa (ORSEA) Conference Proceedings, Kampala, Uganda.

Ahimbisibwe, A. (2011). Contingency Theory in Software development: A multivariate
Analysis.Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Doctoral Symposium: 5-6 December, Wellington, New Zealand.



JOINT RESEARCH

1. Tax payers perception of the URA on-line tax filing system. By Kyeyune Robert, Sekakubo Johnson, Abima Boniface.

2. Validated frame work for Cloud computing adoption in Uganda SMEs.
By Kasse John Paul, Nakawoya, Fatuma.

3. A model for adoption of mobile communication technologies in agricultural marketing information dissemination in Uganda. By Engotoit Benard, Kituyi Mayoka.

4. Evaluating programming education in institutions of higher learning in Uganda. A 
student based evaluation. By Benard Engotoit, Serugo Moses, Dr. Bada, Asianzu Elizabeth.

5. Using ICT to disseminate agricultural information. By Kabaale Edward, Kituyi Mayoka, Miwanda Albert.

6. Framework for mobile banking in Uganada. By Philip Kato Khatiya, Kituyi Mayoka, Miwanda.

7. The determinants of foreign direct investments in Uganda: Panel data analysis. By warren Tibesigwa, Prof Kaberuka.

8. A model for adoption of mobile phones in maternal healthcare. By Byomire Gorret, Maiga Gilbert.

9. Factors for the adoption of mobile phones in maternal healthcare. By Byomire Gorret, Maiga Gilbert.

10. Use of social media to strengthen service delivery in urban agriculture. By Byomire Gorret, Namisango Fatuma, Miiro Maria.

11. Exploring the use of information and communication technology for health service  delivery.  By Joseph Kizito Bada, Byomire Gorret, Lugemwa Brian, Namataba Josephine.

12.Technology enchanced learning in a classroom environment: three band concept benefits. By Maria Miiro Kafuko, Fatuma Namisango, Byomire Gorret.

13. Positioning M-learning in classrooms: By Maria Kafuko, Fatuuma Namisango, Byomire  
Gorret.

14 The use of cloud computing and storage virtualization for information storage in Uganda:    
based small business. By Fatuma Nakawooya,Byomire Gorret.

15.Key success factors for M-learning.  By Byomire Gorret, Fatuma Namisango, Miiro Maria.

16. An investigation on physical acceptance and use of mobile phones for maternal health: A
task technology  fit perspective.  By Byomire Gorret, Fatuma Nakawooya, Miiro Maria.

17. Mobile phones in the distribution of E- government services. By Nabafu Robinah, Eelu Samuel, Nakawoya Fatuma, Prof.Moya Musa.

18. A framework for guiding electronic health information system intergration. By Eelu Samuel, Nabafu Robinah, Nakawoya Fatuma, Prof.Moya Musa.

19. A  frame work for guiding adoption of electronic payment in developing country.
By Eelu Samuel, Agnes Nakakawa, Robert Kyeyune.

20. The mediating role of attitude in the relationship between performance expectancy,effort  
expectancy and social influence with behavioral intention. By Nabafu Robinah, Prof. MOYA MUSA, Tusubira Philiper, Kituyi mayoka.

21. A model for E- government service delivery in Uganda: The Perspective of online social  
networks.  By Miiro Edward.

22. Enchancing computer programming education from students evaluations. By Engotoit Benard, Serugo moses, Asianzu Elizabeth, Dr. Bada.

23. Use of ICT pedagogy in teacher Education. By Dr. Bada, Abima Boniface, Nyero Abdallah.

24. Challenges and opportunities facing Uganda ICT Eco-system. By Dr.Bada, Fatuma Nakawoya, Asianzu Elizabeth.

25. An exploratory study on factors affecting academic performance in Makerere University 
Business School. By Prof.JK Ssewanyana.

26. Institutional collaboration and information systems intergration in government projects: A case of Uganda. By Ismael Kato, Joseph kizito Bada, Joseph Ntayi.

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