Dr. Bruno LuleYawe is an Associate Professor of Economics in the Department of Economic Theory and Analysis, School of Economics, Makerere University. He has taught at the School of Economics in the College of Business and Management Sciences (CoBAMS), [formerly, Faculty of Economics and Management] MakerereUniversity since 1999. He holds a Bachelor of Science (Economics) Degree of Makerere University, Master of Arts (Economics) and Doctor of Philosophy (Economics) Degrees of the University of Dar es Salaam. His PhD thesis is titled: “Technical Efficiency and Total Factor Productivity Growth in Uganda’s District Referral Hospitals”. He has attended several short courses in Econometric and Research methods, Computing Skills and the Measurement of Efficiency in Public Sector Organizations, Climate Change Science and Modeling of Biophysical Impacts, Multi-Methods Research. He has consulted for local and international organizations in various areas. He received advanced training in Quantitative Methods, Economic Theory and elective courses in the fields of Health Economics and Financial Economics. He also participates in facilitating on monitoring and evaluation short courses.He served as Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Economics, American University, Washington DC during March & April 2009 where he underwent mentoring to teach Gender-aware Macroeconomics to the UNDP sponsored Master of Arts (Gender-Aware Economics) Program. His current research interests include but are not limited to: ICT and financial services; performance measurement (efficiency, equity, quality, effectiveness) in health care and education. Currently, he isthe Deputy Principal of the College of Business and Management Sciences. In 2015, he was a Postdoctoral research fellow atthe Judge Business School, University ofCambridge under the Cambridge–AfricaPartnership for Research Excellence Programme.