Subject Area: TanzaniaMushi, Richard J. and Maurice Y. Mongkuo2010 0-7734-3696-0 184 pages
This book provides an in-depth assessment of the impact of sustainable development reform through privatization of public functions on economic growth and human development in a developing country setting.Makoba, J.1998 0-7734-2229-3 568 pages
This study investigates the impact of state development policies of nationalization, Africanization and import substitution industrialization (ISI) on the activities and performance of selected industrial public enterprises (or parastatal organizations). Contrary to conventional wisdom, findings in this study show clearly that public enterprise performance in Tanzania and Zambia, as elsewhere in developing countries, is a result of the quality of management rather than type of ownership. It contributes to the current state-market debate by arguing that any meaningful understanding of economic growth and performance must take into account the roles of both state and market as well as the particular historical and sociopolitical context within which they coexist. Finally, the study extends the application of the resource dependency models of organizations to organizational behavior in Sub-Saharan Africa by demonstrating that local enterprise managers in both Tanzania and Zambia, rather than intelligently scanning their environment, are often overwhelmed by it.Talis, Sara1987 0-88946-179-1 264 pages
Records the life histories of three of the author's African students during her tenure as director of an education program in Africa. The collection, translated from the Swahili by the author, allows Tanzanian youth to speak for themselves and provides fascinating, vivid glimpses into their home and school life.Okema, Michael1996 0-7734-8921-5 172 pages
This volume explores the specific political orientations of Tanzania: attitudes toward the political system and its various parts, and attitudes toward the role of the self in the system.Townsend, Meta1998 0-7734-4233-2 336 pages
Develops a version of the concept of "corporatism" to explain the state policies and directives aimed at increasing agricultural productivity and limiting local participation. Examines interest group participation and influence at national and local levels.Omari, C. K.1989 0-88946-189-9 250 pages
Clarifies the relationship between family planning and the general development of the Tanzanian population, with emphasis on: health-policy development in Tanzania; major health problems in Tanzania; and health-policy implementation in a developing country with a weak/poor economy.