The EfD in Tanzania, through the promotion of policy relevant and academically rigorous research, provides economic analysis that supports national environmental management and policy to reduce poverty and promote sustainable national welfare.
Tibesigwa, Byela. 2018. “Naturally Available Pollinator Decline Will Decrease Household Food Security and Increase the Gender Gap in Nutrition between Men and Women Who Head Smallholder Farm Households in Sub-Saharan Africa.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 18-05.
Kulindwa, Yusuph J., Razack Lokina and Erik O. Ahlgren. 2018. “Driving forces for households' adoption of improved cooking stoves in rural Tanzania.” Energy Strategy Reviews 20: 102-112.
Di Falco, Salvatore, Paolo Pin, Xavier Vollenweider and Francesco Feri . 2018. “Ties that bind: Network redistributive pressure and economic decisions in village economies.” Journal of Development Economics 131: 123-131.
Kassie, Telemu, Bruno P. Mmbando, Razack Lokina and Phares Mujinja . 2017. “Perceptions of caretakers with different socioeconomic status about the harmful outcomes of fever in under-five children in Dodoma region, central Tanzania: A cross-sectional study .” Alexandria Journal of Medicine : .
Robinson, Elizabeth J Z, Heidi J. Albers, Razack Lokina and Charles Meshack. 2016. “Allocatinggroup-levelpayments for ecosystem services: Experiences from a REDD+ pilot in Tanzania .” Resources 5:4: .
John, Innocensia, Henrik Henrik and Razack Lokina. 2016. “TanzanianFoodOrigins and ProtectedGeographicalIndications.” FutureFood 4:2: 6-12.
Per-Olav , Moksnes, David Mirera, Razack Lokina, Jacob Ochiewo, Humphrey Mahudi, Narriman Jiddawi, Muumin Hamad and Max Troell. 2015. “Feasibility of extensive, small-scale mud crab farming (Scylla serrata) in East Africa.” Journal of Marine Science 14:1&2: 23-38.
Mwanjela, Geofrey and Razack Lokina. 2016. “What does it take to be heard in managing marine protected areas? Insights from Tanzania coastal communities.” African Journal of Economic Review 4:1: .
Lokina, Razack and Innocensia John. 2016. “Welfare Implications of the Payment for Environmental Services: Case of Uluguru Mountain –Morogoro.” African Journal of Economic Review 4:1: .
Kidane, Asmerom, John Mduma, Alexis Naho and Teh-wei Hu. 2015. “Impact of Smoking on Food Expenditure among Tanzanian Households.” African Statistical Journal 18: .
Kidane, Asmerom, John Mduma, Alexis Naho and Teh-wei Hu. 2015. “Impact of Smoking on Nutrition and the Food Poverty Level in Tanzania.” Journal of Poverty Alleviation and International Development 6:1: .
Kidane, Asmerom, John Mduma, Alexis Naho and Teh-wei Hu. 2015. “The Demand for Cigarettes in Tanzania and Implications for Tobacco Taxation Policy .” Advances in Economics and Business 3:10: 428-435.
Semboja, Haji Hatibu and Aloyce Hepelwa. 2016. “Enhancing Capacity and Instruments for Maximizing Gains from Mineral Resources The Case of Gold” .
Msambichaka, Lucian A., John Mduma, Onesmo Selejio, Innocent Karamagi and Robert Mabele . 2016. “Agricultural Modernization and Productivity Enhancement” .
Kahyarara, Godius and Stephen Kirama. 2016. “A Strategic Approach to Education and Skills Growth: Quantity, Quality, Costs, and Developmental Dividends” .
Mbelle , Ammon V.Y. and Razack Lokina. 2016. “Productivity Trends in The Economy” .
Mkenda, Adolf, Eliab G. Luvanda and Remidius Ruhinduka. 2016. “The Political Economy of Growth and Distribution Experience in the First Decade of the 2000s” .
Hepelwa, Aloyce. 2015. “Maximizing Gains from Natural Resources to Transform the National Economic Base in Selected Countries: The Natural Gas Potential in Tanzania” .
Msambichaka, Lucian A., John Mduma, Onesmo Selejio and Oswald J. Mashindano. 2015. “How South Korea Did It: Korean Experiences in Industrialization” .
Msambichaka, Lucian A., John Mduma, Onesmo Selejio and Oswald J. Mashindano. Msambichaka, Lucian A., John Mduma, Onesmo Selejio and Oswald J. Mashindano eds. 2016. HOW CAN TANZANIA MOVE FROM POVERTY TO PROSPERITY Published by Dar es Salaam University Press.
Purdon, Mark. 2015. “Advancing Comparative Climate Change Politics: Theory and Method.” Global Environmental Journal Vol. 15:No. 3: 1-26.
Tibesigwa, Byela and Martine Visser. 2016. “Assessing Gender Inequality in Food Security amongst Small-holder Farm Households in urban and rural South Africa.” World Development 88: 33-49.
Woubishet, Dawit, Richard Mulwa, Leonie Joubert, Salvatory Macha, Eugenia León and Felipe Vásquez Lavín. 2016. “EfD Stories”
Komba, Coretha and Edwin Muchapondwa. 2016. “An analysis of factors affecting household willingness to participate in the REDD+ programme in Tanzania.” Climate and Development 8: 1-14.
Kassie, Menale, Simon Wagura Ndiritu and Jesper Stage. 2014. “What Determines Gender Inequality in Household Food Security in Kenya? Application of Exogenous Switching Treatment Regression.” World Development 56: 153-171.
Tibesigwa, Byela, Martine Visser and Jane Turpie. 2016. “Climate change and South Africa’s commercial farms: an assessment of impacts on specialised horticulture, crop, livestock and mixed farming systems.” Environement Development Sustainablity : 1-30.
Robinson, Elizabeth J Z, Heidi J. Albers, Razack Lokina and Charles Meshack. 2015. “Allocating Community-Level Payments for Ecosystem Services: Initial Experiences from a REDD Pilot in Tanzania.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 15-27.
Robinson, Elizabeth J Z, Heidi J. Albers, Charles Meshack and Razack Lokina. 2015. “Implementing REDD+ Through Village-Level Forest Management Institutions”
Alem, Yonas, Håkan Eggert and Remidius Ruhinduka. 2015. “Improving welfare through climate-friendly agriculture: The case of the System of Rice Intensification.” Environ Resource Econ :62: 243-263.
Damte Beyene, Abebe and Menale Kassie. 2015. “Speed of adoption of improved maize varieties in Tanzania: An application of duration analysis.” Technological Forecasting and Social Change Volume 96, :July 2015: 298-307.
Tibesigwa, Byela and Martine Visser. 2015. “Multiple and Concurrent Sex Partnerships and Social Norms: Young Adults’ Sexual Relationships in the Metropolitan Communities of Cape Town, South Africa.” Sexuality Research and Social Policy : 1-16.
Tibesigwa, Byela, Martine Visser, Mark Collinson and Wayne Twine. 2015. “Investigating the sensitivity of household food security to agriculture-related shocks and the implication of social and natural capital.” Sustainability Science : 1-22.
Albers, Heidi J., Louis Preonas, Róger Madrigal, Elizabeth J Z Robinson, Stephen Kirama, Razack Lokina, Jane Turpie and Francisco Alpízar. 2015. “Marine Protected Areas in Artisanal Fisheries: A Spatial Bio-economic Model Based on Observations in Costa Rica and Tanzania.” EfD Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 15-16.
Albers, Heidi J., Róger Madrigal, Stephen Kirama, Razack Lokina, Aloyce Hepelwa, Elizabeth J Z Robinson, Jane Turpie and Francisco Alpízar. 2015. “Marine Protected Areas: Lessons from Costa Rica and Tanzania” EfD Research Brief
Purdon, Mark. 2015. “Opening the Black Box of Carbon Finance “Additionality”: The Political Economy of Carbon Finance Effectiveness across Tanzania, Uganda, and Moldova.” World Development Volume 74 Pages : October 2015: 462-478.
Backteman, Karin, Po-Tsan Goh, Cyndi Spindell Berck, Salvatory Macha, Leonie Joubert, Maimuna Kabatesi, Zelealem Ghebremedhin, Gunnar Köhlin, Yonas Alem, Susanna Olai, Francisco Alpízar, Maria Angelica Naranjo, Carlos Chávez Rebolledo, Jintao Xu, Ping Qin, Alemu Mekonnen, Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Jane Turpie, Razack Lokina and Allen Blackman. 2015. “EfD Annual report 2014/15”
Komba, Coretha and Edwin Muchapondwa. 2015. “Adaptation to Climate Change by Smallholder Farmers in Tanzania.” EfD Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 15-12.
Eggert, Håkan, Mads Greaker and Asmerom Kidane. 2015. “Trade and resources: Welfare effects of the Lake Victoria ﬁsheries boom.” Fisheries Research 167(2015) 156-163 :167: 156-163.
Kidane, Asmerom, Aloyce Hepelwa, Ernest T. Ngeh and Teh-wei Hu. 2015. “A comparative analysis of technical efficiency of smallholder tobacco and maize farmers in Tabora, Tanzania.” Development and Agricultural Economics 7:2: 72-79.
Purdon, Mark and Razack Lokina. 2014. “Ex-post evaluation of the additionality of Clean Development Mechanism Afforestation projects in Tanzania, Uganda and Moldova ” Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment :149
Purdon, Mark. 2014. “The Comparative Turn in Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security Governance Research” Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) :92
Purdon, Mark. 2013. “Land Acquisitions in Tanzania: Strong Sustainability, Weak Sustainability and the Importance of Comparative Methods.” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 26:6: 1127-1156.
Purdon, Mark. 2014. “Neoclassical realism and international climate change politics: moral imperative and political constraint in international climate finance.” Journal of International Relations and Development 17: 301-338.
Kassie, Menale, Hailemariam Teklewold, Moti Jaleta, Paswel Marenya and Olaf Erenstein. 2014. “Understanding the adoption of a portfolio of sustainableintensification practices in eastern and southern Africa.” Land Use Policy 42: 400-411.
Sylivester, Suzana . 2014. “Land tenure reforms and Investment in Tanzania”
Guloba, Madina. 2014. “Analysis of adaptation to climate variability and change in Uganda: A Gender and household welfare perspective”
Lwiza, Samwel. 2014. “Technical Efficiency in Agriculture and its Implication on Forest Conservation; The Case study of Kilosa District (Morogoro)”
Bluffstone, Randall and Elizabeth J Z Robinson. 2014. Forest Tenure Reform in Asia and Africa: Local Control for Improved Livelihoods, Forest Management, and Carbon Sequestration Published by Routledge RFF Press.
Robinson, Elizabeth J Z, Heidi J. Albers, Guyslain Ngeleza and Razack Lokina. 2014. “Insiders, outsiders, and the role of local enforcement in forest management: An example from Tanzania.” Ecological Economics 107: 242-248.