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Tanzania economic update : who wants a job? The magnetic power of cities (English)

This fifth economic update also examines prospects for economic prosperity in the context of rapid urbanization; in particular, how the growth of cities can be harnessed to create productive jobs for a labor force that is expected to double in the next 15 years. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 88932 JUN 19, 2014

Morisset, Jacques; Cunningham, Victoria; Haji, Mahjabeen

Tanzania economic update : raising the game - can Tanzania eradicate extreme poverty? (English)

The special focus of this fourth economic update is as much a concern for policymakers as for ordinary citizens. This economic update discusses a bold new way of lessening extreme poverty by transferring cash directly to the most vulnerable people. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 83172 DEC 01, 2013

Morisset, Jacques

Tanzania economic update : opening the gates : how the port of Dar es Salaam can transform Tanzania (English)

The wide media coverage of the series as well as the interest in the blog show that the debate has been gradually moving from ministerial corridors to the public arena. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 77729 MAY 01, 2013

Morisset, Jacques

Tanzania economic update : spreading the wings (English)

Tanzania continues to stand out as a model of sound economic performance in the African continent, with a growth rate of over six per cent in 2011 and 2012, surpassing other regional economies and demonstrating impressive resilience to the global economic crisis. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 73346 OCT 01, 2012

Morisset, Jacques

Tanzania economic update : stairways to heaven (English)

Tanzania's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth in the last 12 years has been extremely strong, averaging close to 7 percent annually. This rate is high, but still lower than that of successful emerging countries when the nation's high population growth rate of about 3 percent is factored into the equation. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 73339 FEB 01, 2012

Morisset, Jacques; Lee, Stevan