- Position: Lecturer
Philip Tumugumye is currently a lecturer at Nkumba university. He has experience in multidisciplinary research methodology and statistical data analyses in most of statistics and economics related university courses. In addition, he has expertise in demography, population studies, education and socio economic disciplines. This may involve research, publications, and knowledge valorization in statistical software packages such as STATA, SPSS, Epi Info and Epi Data.
- statistical methodology,
- path analysis, health statistics,
- research methods, monitoring and evaluation,
- statistical data analyses including linear regression,
- discrete data analysis,
- logistic regression models and analysis of variance models.
Kaberuka W., Tumugumye P., The Effect of Entrepreneurial and Complementary Factors on Employment: Evidence from Uganda’s Manufacturing Firms. The study employed negative binomial models and descriptive statistics to arrive at the desired results. (www.ijsse.org/articles/ijsse_v1_i7_677_698.pdf)
Tumugumye P., Effect of Child Mortality on Fertility: Evidence from Uganda Demographic and Healthy Survey 2000/2001. : Makerere University Dissertation Depository, July 2004
- Ineza Ines., Financial Constraints and the Financial Performance of Small Businesses in abaita ababiri, Katabi Town Council, in Uganda. Completed 2019
- Naturinda Sabiru., Budgetary Control and Service Delivery in Public Health Centres: a case Study of Rutooma Healthy Centre IV Rujumbura County in Rukungiri District. Completed 2017
- Arinaitwe Arthur., Determinants of Capital Markets’ Growth in Uganda: A Case Study of Kampala and Wakiso Districts. Completed 2015
- Amanya Edison., The Role of Financial Management by Government Corporations in Improving Service Delivery: A Case Study of National Water and Sewerage Corporation Entebbe Town Area, Wakiso District in Uganda. Completed 2014