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    From Lome IV to Cotonou

    Institute of Economic Affairs, Kenya, 2000
    Looks at the options open to Kenya after the withdrawal of Lome privileges.
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    Corruption in Kenya: a call to action

    Institute of Economic Affairs, Kenya, 2000
    Looks at the phenomena of corruption and its effects, international perceptions of corruption in Kenya and government attempts to address the issue.It discusses the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) and the Bribe Payers Index (BPI) and concludes that the objective quantification of corruption demands that concerted action to be taken against it.The paper focusses on the Kenya Anti-Corruptio
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    Managing Tanzania's economy in transition to sustained development

    Economic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania, 1997
    The paper put forward the following main observations: The Tanzania economy so far has achieved modest growth recovery, price stability, improved consumer choice and enhanced civil liberties. However, high dependence on aid, deterioration of public services, low investment and institutional decay were noted.
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    The management of foreign aid in Tanzania

    Economic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania, 1997
    The paper analyzed foreign aid management in Tanzania. The paper used secondary information and qualitative data from various research studies, Government institutions and NGO’s.Among others the paper has examined trends in the volume of official development assistance to Tanzania; changing forms of Aid; sectoral forms of Aid; and the institutional framework for managing aid.
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    Social impact of globalisation in Southeast Asia

    OECD Development Centre, 2001
    The paper focuses on four Southeast Asian economies, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. It looks at the underlying factors explaining the variance between the experience of these countries.
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    A framework for a national irrigation policy and the economic and social implications for future irrigation development programmes in Tanzania

    Economic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania, 1997
    This article addresses the importance on increasing the acreage of land under irrigation within Tanzania, in order to increase food output, poverty reduction and exports.Policy recommendations within the irrigation sub-sector:Sensitise policy-makers and stakeholders on the importance of irrigationEstablish an autonomous National Irrigation CouncilEstablish a National Irri
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    Diversity in the Tanzania business community: its implications for economic growth

    Economic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania, 1997
    This report is a synopsis of the proceedings of a Workshop held at the ESRF.
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    Aid, industrialisation and economic development in Tanzania: some new ideas and old debates

    Economic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania, 1997
    This article suggests that Tanzania, like most developing countries cannot count on any significant change in the international economic environment in so far as aid is concerned.
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    Raising production levels and alleviating poverty in Tanzania's rural areas: challenges of rural transformation

    Economic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania, 2000
    This article suggests that the crucial impetus for promoting agricultural productivity and non-farm employment, in Tanzania, would have to come from a technological transformation of the agricultural sector and rural industrialisation.Policies and strategies to be adopted, in this context:Improve the linkage between policy formulation and policy executionEstablish the minimum
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    Conditions of teaching and research in Economics: some preliminary findings

    Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Pakistan, 1999
    The paper focuses on the universities and research institutes directly involved in higher education and training of economists. Recent trends indicate a preference for the subject of Economics. Furthermore, the quality of teaching and research has also deteriorated.

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