Nov
2016
Kinyondo, A., Carol, N., and Tarp, F | Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have been successfully used as an industrial policy tool in many countries. Efforts to create SEZs in Tanzania began in 2002, and were stepped up through the establishment of the Export Processing Zone Authority (EPZA) in…
Category: Working Papers, All Publications,
Oct
2016
Katera, L. | Communication between the state and citizens is an essential element for an equal and just society. Growing social inequalities, lack of proper public services, and denial of basic human rights all act to widen existing communication gaps. Key to bridging…
Category: Papers Published elsewhere, Briefs, Briefs from REPOA, All Publications,
Oct
2016
Abel A Kinyondo and Siri Lange | "Resource nationalism and local content in Tanzania: Experiences from mining and consequences for the petroleum sector" The Extractive Industries and Society (2016)

Available at: http://works.bepress.com/abel_kinyondo/20/
Category: Journal Articles,
Oct
2016
Stephen D. Younger, Flora Myamba and Kenneth Mdadila | This paper uses incidence analysis as in the latter two papers, but attempts to be as comprehensive as possible in its consideration of public policies, much as the former two do. Download fully report here http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1467-8268.12204/epdf
Category: Papers Published elsewhere, All Publications,
Oct
2016
Stephen D. Younger, Flora Myamba and Kenneth Mdadila | This study gives information on the effectiveness of these and other policies at redistributing income and also evaluates the distributional consequences of several proposed policy changes.
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Oct
2016
Flora Kessy | This study has explored how quality issues in delivering family planning services (supply side), and attitudinal and behavioural issues of the potential users (demand side) merge together to influence adoption of family planning methods. The subject was…
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Category: Special Papers, All Publications,
Oct
2016
Donald Eliapenda Mmari | This paper examines the role of intermediary coordination in addressing constraints to efficiency and productivity of smallholder sugarcane producers in Tanzania. It also makes a contrastive analysis of a different organisational arrangement for smallholder…
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Sep
2016
Kinyondo, A | This chapter focuses on those who fund, develop and conduct education and training programs for Members of Parliament (MPs) and the value, or otherwise, of using external, fly-in-fly-out training providers from other cultural and political systems. The…
Category: Books, All Publications,
Aug
2016
Kilama, B. | Development is an on-going process and the drive for better life is endless. Tanzania stands out as one of the very few African countries that have managed to sustain peace, harmony and unity in more than half a century of independence. Despite this reckoned…
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