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Ms. Julian Barungi

JulianMs. Barungi Julian Barungi is a Research Fellow. She holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Land Use and Management both obtained from Makerere University. Julian’s research interests are in the areas of agri-food system governance, intellectual property rights and agricultural development, food security, seed systems and forest governance.
Email: julian.barungi@acode-u.org

Publications

Ggoobi, R., and Barungi, J., Socio-Economic Effects of Chinese Agricultural Investments on the Environment and Local Livelihoods in Uganda. Kampala, ACODE Policy Research Series No. 78, 2016.

Naluwairo, R., and Barungi, J,. Ensuring the Sustainable Availability of Affordable Quality Seeds and Planting Materials in Uganda: A Review of Uganda’s Draft National Seed Policy. ACODE Policy Research Series, No. 63, 2014.

Barungi, J., Agri-food System Governance in Uganda: A Case of Tororo District, Kampala, ACODE Policy Research Series No. 61, 2013.

Barungi, J., Confronting the Food Insecurity Problem: A Case of Mukono district, Kampala, ACODE Infosheet No. 18, 2012.

Ntambirweki-Karugonjo, B., and Barungi, J (2012). Agri-food System Governance and Service Delivery: A Case Study of Mukono District. ACODE Policy Research Series, No. 57, 2012.

Meijknecht, A., Barungi, J., Tumushabe, G., De Jonge, B., De Vries, K., Vienia, M (2011). Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) and the Agricultural Research Sector: The Road to a More Balanced IP Policy Regime in Uganda. Wolf Legal Publishers, Nijmegen, 2011.

De Jonge, B., Tumushabe, G., Barungi, J., Louwaars, N (2011). Agricultural seeds that reduce hunger and poverty: Policies, perceptions and practices in intellectual property rights. In: Van Genugten, et al. Harnessing Intellectual Property Rights for Development Objectives: The Double Role of IPRs in the Context of Facilitating MDGs Nos. 1 and 6. Wolf Legal Publishers, Nijmegen, 2011.