Ref No.

Year

Title

Author/s

BR 134
2014 Political Accountability In East African Countries: Who Should Make Members Of Parliament And Councillors Do Their Jobs By Rose aiko
RR 14/7
2014 Rural Non-Farm Activities and Poverty Alleviation in Tanzania A Case Study of Two Villages in Chamwino and Bahi Districts of Dodoma Region By I. B. Katega and C. S. Lifuliro
RR 14/5
2014 Cultural Factors Influencing Youth Attitudes on the Use of Condoms in Fighting Against HIV Infection in Tanzania By Mary N. Kitula and Thomas J. Ndaluka
WP 14/6
2014 Improving the Supply Chain for the Health Sector: What Role for Local Manufacturing? By Caroline Israel, Maureen Mackintosh, Paula Tibandebage, Edwin Mhede, Phares G.M. Mujinja
BR 46
2014 From Passive to Active Industrial Policy: Improving Locally Manufactured Supplies to the Tanzanian Health Sector By Samuel Wangwe, Paula Tibandebage, Maureen Mackintosh, Caroline Israel, Edwin Mhede, Phares Mujinja
WP 14/4
2014 Economic Transformation in Tanzania: Vicious or Virtuous Circle? By Marc Wuyts and Blandina Kilama
WP 14/3
2014 The Changing Economy of Tanzania: Patterns of Accumulation and Structural Change By Marc Wuyts and Blandina Kilama
WIDER WP
2014 The performance of the manufacturing sector in Tanzania Challenges and the way forward Samuel Wangwe,1 Donald Mmari, 1 Jehovanes Aikaeli, 2 Neema Rutatina, 1 Thadeus Mboghoina,1 and Abel Kinyondo1
WP 14/2
2014 Silent Killer, Silent Health Care: A Case Study of the Need for Nurse-led Hypertension Management By Celestina Fivawo
WP 14/1
2014 The Invisibility of Wage Employment in Statistics on the Informal Economy in Africa: Causes and Consequences By Matteo Rizzo and Marc Wuyts
SP 13/2
2013 Rewards for High Public Offices and the Quality of Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa By Theodore R. Valentine
BR 40
2013 National Agricultural Input Voucher Scheme (NAIVS 2009–2012), Tanzania: Opportunities for Improvement By Kriti Malhotra
SP 13/1
2013 Understanding the Process of Economic Change: Technology and Opportunity in Rural Tanzania By Maia Green
No 5
2013 REPOA E-Newsletter Issue No 5
13/4
2013 Payments and Quality of Ante-Natal Care in Two Rural Districts of Tanzania By Paula Tibandebage, Maureen Mackintosh, Tausi Kida, Joyce Ikingura and Cornel Jahari
13/3
2013 Payments for Maternal Care and Women’s Experiences of Giving Birth: Evidence from Four Districts in Tanzania. By Maureen Mackintosh, Tausi Kida, Paula Tibandebag, Joyce Ikingura and Cornel Jahari
13/2
2013 Understandings of Ethics in Maternal Health Care: an Exploration of Evidence From Four Districts in Tanzania By Paula Tibandebage, Tausi Kida, Maureen Mackintosh and Joyce Ikingura
13/1
2013 Empowering Nurses to Improve Maternal Health Outcomes By Paula Tibandebage, Tausi Kida, Maureen Mackintosh and Joyce Ikingura
69
2013 Do I Have To Pay Tax? Citizens’ Awareness Of Their Tax Obligations In Tanzanian By Rose Aiko
68
2013 Citizens’ Perceptions and Attitudes Towards Taxation, Tax Levels And Tax Officials By Rose Aiko