A BRIEF NOTE ABOUT THE JOURNAL Tanzanian Economic Review (TER) is a biannual journal of the Department of Economics, which is a part of the College of Social Sciences (COSS) of the University of Dar es Salaam. TER aims to promote greater understanding of socio-economic factors and processes that influence and shape transformation of developing
The 5th Governing Council held today. Thank you members for active participation.
Young EST members volunteered at REPOA'S 24th Annual Research Workshop with the theme Local Economic Development. Such forums provide avenues for young economists to interest with local and international pfactioners. The workshop was held on the 10th and 11th April, 2019 at Ledger Plaza Bahari Beach Hotel, Dar es Salaam
The Economic Society of Tanzania organized a Technical feedback seminar together with the World Bank. Inputs from stakeholders aimed to shed light on improving ICT Policies for the Digital Economy in Tanzania.seminar wa held at REPOA Presentation by World Bank Consultant, Steve Esselaar Panel discussion- Chaired by Prof. Benno Ndulu Mr. Martin Warioba – WSTechnology,
Our CEO, Blandina Kilama and Ivan Tarimo spent the day with Economics and Statistics undergrads from UDSM Ardhi, IFM, Mzumbe and Dodoma sharing their experience on different options available.
Economists highlight some of the key factors for Tanzania to successfully roll out its industrialisation drive as the year ends on a high note for the government after it made great strides in launching major infrastructure projects Read More
The Society will use the two day annual congress, slated for Friday and Saturday, to discuss issues pertaining to industrialisation Read More
In Summary Economists have cautioned the government against falling into a debt trap, suggesting that the public debt should not grow at faster rate than the economy. Read More
The Economic Society of Tanzania (EST) and Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) held a dialgoue on Public Debt. The breakfast event was held from 0730 to 1100 at Ramada Encore. The Dialogue was officiated by Dr. tausi Kida the Vice President of the Economic Society of Tanzania and the Executive Director of Economic and Social
By BLANDINA KILAMA On a normal day, Mama Rehema finances her vitumbua (rice cakes) business using savings from previous sales. She supplements that with an occasional loan from Doto, who supplies her with ingredients for the rice cakes. The little profit she makes from the business is used to run her household. Mama Rehema has