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Autonomy, Incentives and Patronage. A Study of Corruption in the Tanzania and Uganda Revenue Authorities
(Research reportR 2003: 9, Research report, 2003)
The report explores factors that explain the observed patterns of corruption within the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) and the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA). In particular, the study discusses the key assumptions behind ...
Bribes, taxes and regulations: Business constraints for micro enterprises in Tanzania
(CMI Working paperWP 2006: 2, Working paper, 2006)
This paper analyses the business environment for micro enterprises in Tanzania based on survey data. The primary objective of the study is to identify major constraints facing the firms’ business operations. Taxation, ...
New study hints on country's business barriers
Education and electoral participation: Reported versus actual voting behaviour
(CMI Working Paper WP 2015:9, Working paper, 2015-08-01)
Using survey data of voters in Tanzania, this paper shows that while education does not affect self-reported voting in general elections, it increases actual voting. The less educated are more likely to claim to have voted ...
Most people are not economists: Citizen preferences for corporate taxation
(CMI Working Paper WP 2018:11, Working paper, 2018-11-01)
On what bases should corporations be taxed? This article presents evidence from a series of discrete choice experiments designed to elicit the tax preferences of ordinary citizens. We find that respondents favour higher ...
Corporate Community Involvement and Local Institutions: Two Case Studies From the Mining Industry in Tanzania
(Journal of African Business vol. 13 no. 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-01-01)
Corporate community involvement contributes capital or resources in various forms to a community. However, such involvement may also influence local institutions that determine how well these resources are used, i.e. the ...
How do voters respond to information on self-serving elite behaviour? Evidence from a randomized survey experiment in Tanzania
(CMI Working Paper WP 2016:9, Working paper, 2016-11-01)
Does self-serving elite behaviour make citizens more politically active? This paper presents the results of a randomized field experiment where voters in Tanzania were given information about elite use of tax havens. ...