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Wiegratz, J., 2012. The neoliberal harvest : the proliferation and normalisation of economic fraud in a market society. In: Winlow, S. and Atkinson, R., eds. New Directions in Crime and Deviancy. London, U. K.: Routledge.
Wiegratz, J., 2011. Confronting neoliberal business culture in Uganda. The Daily Monitor, 30.6.11 & 7.7.11.
Wiegratz, J., 2011. The cultural political economy of neoliberal moral restructuring: the case of agricultural trade in Uganda. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Sheffield.
Wiegratz, J., 2010. The neglected side of Uganda's liberal economic reforms. The Independent, 23.04.2010, p. 16.
Wiegratz, J., 2010. Fake capitalism? The dynamics of neoliberal moral restructuring and pseudo-development: the case of Uganda. Review of African Political Economy, 37 (124), pp. 123-137.
Wiegratz, J., 2009. Uganda's Human Resource Challenge: Training, Business Culture and Economic Development. Kampala.: Fountain Publishers.
Wiegratz, J., 2008. Beyond harsh trade!? The relevance of ‘soft’ competitiveness factors for Ugandan enterprises to endure in Global Value Chains. African Journal of Business and Law, 2 (1), pp. 1-23.
Wiegratz, J., Nyabuntu, P. and Omagor, C., 2007. Case studies of lead firm governance systems in the context of commercialization of smallholder agriculture in Uganda. Other. Kampala: Uganda Programme for Trade Opportunities and Policy (UPTOP).
Wiegratz, J., Nyabuntu, P. and Omagor, C., 2007. Competing and Learning in Global Value Chains - Firms’ Experiences in the Case of Uganda. A study of five export sub-sectors with reference to trade between Uganda and Europe. Other. Kampala: Uganda Programme for Trade Opportunities and Policy (UPTOP).
Wiegratz, J., 2006. Capabilities for catching-up: Economic development and competitiveness in Uganda: Implications for Human Resource Development with particular focus on Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Uganda. Other. Kampala: GTZ PEVOT Programme for the Promotion of Employment Oriented Vocational and Technical Training.