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Dr Liz Nantunda

Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Liz Nantunda

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • LMX Theory-based Comparative Study of Educational Adequacy in Private and Government Secondary Schools in Central Uganda, Nantunda, L. 30 Jun 2021
  • The Influence of COSO Preventative Control Operations on Revenue Mobilization in Ugandan Schools, Nantunda, L., Ddungu, L., McCauley-Smith, C., Munby, J. 4 Jun 2020, In: Open Journal of Business and Management
  • The Role of Anchor Institutions in Creating Value for SMEs: Insights from North East of England Owner-Managers., McCauley-Smith, C., Suzan, S., Nantunda, L., Zhu, X. 15 Dec 2020, In: Studies in Higher Education
  • Does Detective Financial Control Influence Enrolment as a Performance Indicator of Private Investment in Secondary Education. Ugandan Internal Stakeholders’ Qualitative Perspective, Nantunda, L., Ddungu, L. 31 Mar 2018, In: Public Policy and Administration Research

Other Courses Other Qualification March 06 2023


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