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    Adaptation and Barriers of E- commerce in Tanzania Small and Medium Enterprises 

    The study aimed at identifying factors that could be responsible for the low usage of e-commerce among the SMEs in Tanzania. Results show that technical barriers are the most important barriers followed by legal and ...
    Author: Ndyali, Lyata
    Publishing Date: 2013
    Publisher: IISTE
    Language:
    Document type: Discussion papers

    Aggregate export and food crop supply response in Tanzania 

    Tanzania is among the many African countries that have engaged in agricultural liberalization since the mid-1980s, in the hope that reforms which introduce price incentives and efficient marketing will encourage producers ...
    Author: McKay, Andrew; Morrissey, Oliver; Vaillant, Charlotte
    Publishing Date: 2016
    Publisher: University of Nottingham
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    Document type: Discussion papers

    Agricultural growth and poverty reduction in Tanzania 2000- 2010: where has agriculture worked for the poor and what can we learn from this? 

    Agriculture is an economic activity important to achieving the poverty reduction strategy goals of Tanzania. Growth in agriculture has made contributions to GDP, foreign exchange earnings, and income poverty reduction. ...
    Author: Mashindano, Oswald; Kayunze, Kim; Corta, Lucia da; Maro, Festo
    Publishing Date: 2011-06
    Publisher: Chronic poverty research centre
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    Document type: Discussion papers

    Enabling legal frameworks for sustainable land-use investments in Tanzania:: Legal assessment report 

    This research project aimed to improve knowledge on how national regulatory frameworks (laws, policies and institutions) affect land-use change and sustainable investment in sub-Saharan Africa with a particular focus on ...
    Author: Wardell, D Andrew; Robert, Kibugi; Segger, Marie-Claire Cordonier; Haywood, Caroline; Gift, Renée
    Publishing Date: 2015
    Publisher: Center for International Forestry Research
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    Document type: Discussion papers

    Food crop production in Tanzania: Evidence from the 2008/09 National Panel Survey 

    This report provides analysis of long season food crops for the first wave of the NPS (2008/09) concentrating on supply response, the price and non-price factors determining production and how responsive farmers are to ...
    Author: Leyaro, Vincent; Morrissey, Oliver; Boulay, Basile
    Publishing Date: 2014-12
    Publisher: International Growth Centre
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    Document type: Discussion papers

    Food price changes and consumer welfare in Tanzania 1991 - 2007 

    Tanzanian household budget surveys are used to estimate substitution elasticities for the major food consumption goods and the effects of changes in prices of these goods on household welfare. Trade policy, in the form of ...
    Author: Leyaro, Vincent; Morrissey, Oliver; Owens, Trudy
    Publishing Date: 2010
    Publisher: Econstor
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    Document type: Discussion papers

    Food Prices and Inflation in Tanzania 

    This paper aims at developing an empirical representation of inflation in Tanzania for the decade from 2001, estimating ‘multiple determinant’ single-equation models for month-on-month headline inflation and its principal ...
    Author: Adam, Christopher; Kwimbere, David; Mbowe, Wilfred; O'connell, Stephen
    Publishing Date: 2012
    Publisher: African Development Bank/Development Research Department
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    Document type: Discussion papers

    Integrating Gender and Nutrition within Agricultural Extension Services, Tanzania Landscape Analysis. 

    This landscape study provides an overview of Tanzania’s agriculture and the status of country’s extension system. It also provides information on the prevalence of poverty, nutrition and gender related issues in the country ...
    Author: Harris-Coble, Lacey
    Publishing Date: 2016-03
    Publisher: University of Florida
    Language:
    Document type: Discussion papers

    The Investment and Business Environment for Export Horticulture in Northern Tanzania 

    Export horticulture consists of cut flowers, cuttings for transplanting in Europe, seed production, and fresh vegetables, fruit and spices. Some fruit and vegetables are grown for Dar es Salaam and other urban and tourist ...
    Author: Cooksey, Brian
    Publishing Date: 2011-06
    Publisher: Africa Power and Politics
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    Document type: Discussion papers

    POLICY IMPERATIVES FOR CONTROL OF MARKET EXCHANGE FAILURE IN THE CASHEW NUT INDUSTRY 

    This study examined the root causes of incessant market failure problem facing Tanzanian cashew nut industry. The overarching hypothesis was that the industry challenges are both structural and institutional. Competition ...
    Author: Akyoo, Adam; Mpenda, Zena
    Publishing Date: 2014
    Publisher: Sokoine University of Agriculture
    Language:
    Document type: Discussion papers

    Value Addition Practices to Agricultural Commodities in Tanzania 

    A value addition technique of agriculture product is of paramount important if Tanzania need to develop and benefit from the sector. Value addition plays a significant role in improving livelihood of small scale farmers. ...
    Author: Mmasa, Joel J
    Publishing Date: 2013
    Publisher: CLKnet policy brief
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    Document type: Discussion papers