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Switches from quota- to non-quota seats: A comparative study of Tanzania and Uganda
(CMI Brief no. 2CMI Brief vol. 17 no. 2018:2, Report, 2018-04-01)
Reserved-seat quotas have been used worldwide as a measure to get more women in parliament. However, they are meant to be temporary until women can compete with men for open seats using their quota experience. The cases ...
Towards fiscal self-reliance: Capacity building for domestic revenue enhancement in Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia (workshop report)
(Research report, 2011-05-15)
The workshop Toward fiscal self-reliance: Capacity building for domestic revenue enhancement in Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia took place in Maputo, Mozambique 30-31 March 2011. The purpose of the workshop was to ...
The tax systems in Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia: achievements, challenges and recommendations for Norwegian support
(Conference object, 2011-05-04)
Hunting for Per Diem: The Uses and Abuses of Travel Compensation in Three Developing Countries
(Research report, 2012-04-01)
Cash is a great incentive. The last decade has seen a boom in various forms of cash incentive programmes, from the conditional cash transfer programmes that emerged in Latin America in the late 90’s, providing cash to ...
Shaping the tax agenda: Public engagement, lobbying and tax reform in Tanzania
(CMI Brief vol. 14 no. 5, Report, 2015-07-01)
Tax reforms are no longer the exclusive domain of the International Monetary Fund, external experts, and the Ministry of Finance. Increasingly, interest groups across Africa shape the tax agenda. Business associations and ...
UMOJA and the Maputo Festival. Midterm review of the UMOJA Cultural Flying Carpet and the Maputo Festival
(CMI Report R 2015:1, Research report, 2015-01-01)
This review was commissioned by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Maputo. The Terms of Reference (ToR) for the study says that the team shall visit Mozambique and one of the other six African countries that are part of the ...
Gold and governance: Legal injustices and lost opportunities in Tanzania
(African Affairs vol. 110 no. 439, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011-01-01)
Following advice from the World Bank, and hoping for economic growth and independence from donors, a number of African countries have opened up opportunities for large-scale mining by foreign investors over the last decade ...
How do voters respond to information on self-serving elite behaviour? Evidence from a randomized survey experiment in Tanzania
(CMI Working Paper WP 2016:9, Working paper, 2016-11-01)
Does self-serving elite behaviour make citizens more politically active? This paper presents the results of a randomized field experiment where voters in Tanzania were given information about elite use of tax havens. ...
Prospects for peace in a petro-state: Gas extraction and participation in violence in Tanzania
(CMI Brief vol. 16 no. 10CMI Brief vol. 16 no. 2017:10, Report, 2017-12-01)
Significant petroleum discoveries in Tanzania have shaped the country’s political discourse in recent years, with politicians promising to turn this newfound resource wealth into rapid economic growth and poverty reduction. ...
Convincing health workers to work in rural areas
(CMI Brief vol. 10 no. 12, Report, 2011-10-01)
Tanzania has one of the lowest health worker ratios in the world. It is the rural areas that suffer the most. The geographical imbalance represents a serious problem for the delivery of crucial health services to a large ...