Discussion Papers

Better Urban Growth in Tanzania: A Preliminary Exploration of the Opportunities and Challenges

Discussion Paper | 2017
By Leah Worrall, Sarah Colenbrander, Ian Palmer, Fortunata Makene, Desmond Mushi, Tausi Kida, Mussa Martine, and Nick Godfrey.

Status and Progress of Human Development in Zanzibar

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Flora Kessy & Mashavu Omar

Population Dynamics and Social Policy

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Haidari Amani & Ahmed Makbel

Situating Social Policy in Social Economic Transformation: A Conceptual Framework

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Marc Wuyts and Hazel Gray

Aid Dependency in Financing Space for Social Provisioning in Tanzania: A Macroeconomic Perspective

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Marc Wuyts, Desmond Mushi and Tausi Kida

Social Policy in Historical Perspective in Tanzania

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Jehovaness Aikaeli and Humphrey Moshi

Social Policy, Gender and Labour

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Godius Kahyarara, Razack Lokina & Joyce Nyoni

Health as a Productive Sector

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Maureen Mackintosh and Paula Tibandebage

Social Protection: Safety Net or Vehicle for Transformation?

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Flora Myamba and Sheshangai Kaniki

Education Foundations of Development of Skills and Productive Capacities

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Suleman Sumra and Joviter Katabaro

Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Services in Tanzania: Access, Policy Trends, and Financing

Discussion Paper | 2016
By Flora Kessy and Richard Mahali

Declining Quality of Education: Suggestions for Arresting and Reversing The Trend

Discussion Paper | 2014
By Prof. Suleman Sumra and Dr. Joviter K. Katabaro

Economic Transformation in Tanzania: Vicious or Virtuous Circle?

Discussion Paper | 2014
Prof. Marc Wuyts and Dr. Blandina Kilama

The Changing Economy of Tanzania Patterns of Accumulation and Structural Change

Discussion Paper | 2014
Prof. Marc Wuyts and Dr. Blandina Kilama

The Nexus Between Human Development and Growth

Discussion Paper | 2014
Dr. Amarakoon Bandara, Prof. Rajeev Dehejia and Mr. Shaheen Lavie-Rouse

What Growth Pattern is Needed to Achieve the Objective of Tanzania's Development Vision-2025?

Discussion Paper | 2014
Dr. Longinus Rutasitara & Dr. Jehovaness Aikaeli

Population Growth, Structure and Momentum in Tanzania

Discussion Paper | 2014
Prof. Alfred Agwanda and Prof. Haidari Amani

Implications of Health Sector Reforms in Tanzania: Policies, Indicators and Accessibility to Health Services

Discussion Paper | 2014
Prof. Phares G.M. Mujinja and Dr. Tausi M. Kida

Unlocking the Denied Potential for Resource Poor Farmers

Discussion Paper | 2013
Dr. Oswald Mashindano and Patrick Kihenzile

Impact of Climate Change to Small Scale Farmers: Voices of Farmers in Village Communities in Tanzania

Discussion Paper | 2013
Apronius Mbilinyi, Georgina Ole Saibul (PhD) and Vivian Kazi

Indo-Africa Relationship: Opportunities For Technology Transfer Between India and African Countries

Discussion Paper | 2013
Dr. H. Bohela Lunogelo and Solomon Baregu

India and China: Opportunities and Challenges For Tanzania's Economic Prosperity

Discussion Paper | 2013
Dr. Hoseana Bohela Lunogelo and Solomon Baregu

Tanzania and the Quest for Sustainable Utilization of Oil and Natural Gas

Discussion Paper | 2013
Ian Shanghvi and John Antony Kiang’u Jingu

Health Services Delivered by the Bukoba Municipal Council: What has Quality Got to Do with It?

Discussion Paper | 2012
Venance Shillingi and Darlene K. Mutalemwa

Inter Household Private Income Transfers and Poverty in Tanzania

Discussion Paper | 2011
Nasoro Husein and John kajiba

Capacity Building in Policy Analysis and Economic Management

Discussion Paper | 1997
Samuel M Wangwe

Economic Reforms and Poverty Alleviation in Tanzania

Discussion Paper | 1997
Samuel M wagwe

Implications of the Uruguay Round on Tanzanias Development

Discussion Paper | 1995
Marwa Kisiri

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