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Abstract This study investigates the fiscal implications of natural resource dependence in resource-rich sub-Saharan African economies, particularly focusing on the impact of resource revenues on tax…

| Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Two important risks faced by many smallholder farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa are erratic weather patterns and insecure land tenure. It is likely these risks will increasingly interact as projections of...

| Peer Reviewed | Tanzania, Kenya

Abstract Introduction Public perception of the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic compared to six other major public health problems (alcoholism and drug use, HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, lung…

| Peer Reviewed | South Africa, India, Colombia, China, Ghana, Nigeria, Chile, Vietnam, Sweden, Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Central America, Global Hub

Abstract With the increasing expectation and demand for the government to supply public goods such as water, health, education, and road infrastructure, the pressure to mobilize more domestic revenue…

| Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

ABSTRACT Background: Obesity and the associated non-communicable diseases contribute significantly to the disease burden in Tanzania. Obesity can be attributed to the consumption of Sugar Sweetened…

| Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Abstract There is competition for land between Maasai pastoralists and the park agency in the Serengeti ecosystem. The park agency wants to use the land for wildlife conservation while the pastoralist…

| Peer Reviewed | South Africa, Tanzania

In light of recent growth and falling costs of solar photovoltaic technology, this paper examines the barriers and opportunities facing off-grid development in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda...

| Peer Reviewed | Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Global Hub

Abstract Stated preference studies are often based on the assumptions that proposed outcomes would realize with certainty and respondents believe their survey responses are consequential. This paper…

| Peer Reviewed | Ethiopia, Tanzania

Abstract Stated preference studies are often based on the assumptions that proposed outcomes would be realized with certainty and respondents believe their survey responses are consequential. This…

| EfD Discussion Paper | Tanzania

Nearly 2.4 billion people lack access to clean cooking fuels and technologies worldwide, representing a critical failure to achieve SDG7’s cooking energy access goal. Dependence on polluting cooking...

| Other Publications | Tanzania, Kenya