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    • An Analysis of Social Ties: Coffee Value Chain in Uganda 

      Bamwesigye, Dastan; Hlaváčková, Petra (Educational Research Multimedia and Publications (ERM Publications), 2019)
      Uganda is among the worlds' largest coffee producers and exporters. Coffee production in Uganda has been a developing process over the last 60 years, with various players from the garden, home drying, factories, stores and ...
    • Analysis of Sustainable Transport for Smart Cities 

      Bamwesigye, Dastan; Hlaváčková, Petra (MDPI AG (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute-MDPI), 2019)
      For decades, transportation has been considered as a link to all aspects of life worldwide. In this case, the world's natural environment, social well-being and economic development all usually depend on transportation ...
    • COVID-19 vaccine equity for the Global South: Vaccination challenges and opportunities for small and poor countries 

      Bamwesigye, Dastan; Ozbalci, Seval; Jayawickrama, J. S. (European Scientific Institute (ESI), 2023)
      The effects of COVID-19 have significantly interrupted countries and the social order across the globe. However, the developing countries which could not manufacture or even buy the most wanted commodity: COVID-19 Vaccine, ...
    • Expressed Preference Methods of Environmental Valuation: Non-Market Resource Valuation Tools 

      Bamwesigye, Dastan (Mendelova univerzita v Brně, 2019)
      The objective of this paper was to give an overview of the expressed preference (EP) techniques of environmental valuation. These methods offer estimation of the value of a resource not necessarily willingness to pay (WTP) ...
    • Willingness to Pay for Forest Existence Value and Sustainability 

      Bamwesigye, Dastan; Hlaváčková, Petra; Sujová, Andrea; Fialová, Jitka; Kupec, Petr (MDPI AG (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute-MDPI), 2020)
      Uganda is richly endowed with flora and fauna. Until the early 2000s, most of the types of vegetation have remained natural/virgin forests and shrubs until recent years, when human activities have damaged them. Understanding ...