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Switches from quota- to non-quota seats: A comparative study of Tanzania and Uganda
(CMI Brief no. 2CMI Brief vol. 17 no. 2018:2, Report, 2018-04-01)
Reserved-seat quotas have been used worldwide as a measure to get more women in parliament. However, they are meant to be temporary until women can compete with men for open seats using their quota experience. The cases ...
Understanding the resource curse: A large-scale experiment on corruption in Tanzania
(CMI Working Paper WP 2018:5, Working paper, 2018-01-01)
Corruption appears to be an important driver of the resource curse in developing countries. We report from a large-scale field experiment in Tanzania that provides causal evidence on how expectations about future natural ...
Life skills in non-formal contexts for adolescent girls in developing countries
(CMI Report R 2018:6CMI Report R 2018: 5, Research report, 2018-04-01)
Executive summary How can young women in developing countries best be prepared for success in their lives and livelihoods? Life preparation requires learning different types of knowledge and skills in formal, non-formal, ...
Policy implementation under stress: Central-local government relations in property tax collection in Tanzania
(CMI Working Paper WP 2018:1, Working paper, 2018-01-01)
Inter-organisational cooperation in revenue collection has received limited attention in the tax administration literature. Recent experiences from Tanzania offer a unique opportunity to examine opportunities and challenges ...
Using money laundering investigations to fight corruption in developing countries: Domestic obstacles and strategies to overcome them
(U4 Issue 2012:9, Research report, 2012-11-26)
Anti-money laundering systems have the potential to curb the use of proceeds of corruption and other crimes by the perpetrators. An effectively implemented anti-money laundering framework limits the channels through which ...
Tax administrations working together
(CMI Report R 2012:3, Research report, 2012-09-27)
The Revenue Authorities of Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia have initiated a partnership for capacity building with the Norwegian Tax Administration (NTA). The overarching objective of the collaboration is to improve revenue ...
Factors affecting tax compliant attitude in Africa: Evidence from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa
(Conference object, 2013-02-28)
In this study, we explore factors that determine citizens’ tax compliance behavior in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa using attitude and perception data from the new round 5 of Afrobarometer surveys. The study ...
The tax systems in Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia: capacity and constraints
(Conference object, 2011-05-04)
Haydom Lutheran Hospital: Midterm review of the Block Grant Support End review of the MDG 4 and 5 project support
(CMI Report R 2013:4, Research report, 2013-08-19)
Haydom Lutheran Hospital (HLH) is an important service provider in an area of Tanzania where the population is poor and government health services are inadequate. In 2011, The Royal Norwegian Embassy funded 61% of the ...
The Customer is King: Evidence on VAT Compliance in Tanzania
(ICTD Working Paper 83, Research report, 2018-10-01)
Like governments in many other African countries, the Government of Tanzania has been striving to improve the effectiveness of its value added tax (VAT) regime by reducing tax evasion through a combination of measures, ...