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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 ...
Citizens Demand Tougher Action on Corruption
(REPOA Brief 11, Research report, 2008-05-10)
This brief examines the extent of corruption perceived by residents of six councils in Tanzania; identifying the sectors worst affected. It also presents recommendations on measures to address local corruption based upon ...
Korrupsjon. En studie av skatteadministrasjonen i Tanzania
(Research reportR 1998: 7, Research report, 1998)
The primary concern of this study is to discuss the role of various economic factors in explaining the causes, consequences and scope of fiscal corruption in Tanzania. The emphasis is on how the incentive structure within ...
Tax evasion and corruption in local governments in Tanzania: Alternative economic approaches
(CMI Working paperWP 1996: 14, Working paper, 1996)
The primary concern of the paper is to discuss the role of various economic factors in explaining the mechanisms and degree of fiscal corruption and tax evasion in local governments in Tanzania. The emphasis is on how the ...
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 ...
Controlling fiscal corruption. Theoretical approaches and illustrations from Tanzania
(CMI Working paperWP 1999: 6, Working paper, 1999)
The primary concern of this paper is to discuss the role of various economic factors in explaining corruption in tax administration. The emphasis is on how the incentive structure of the tax system affects the decisions ...
Research on corruption in Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Uganda. What, who and where?
(CMI Working paperWP 2001: 18, Working paper, 2001)
This report provides an overview of corruption-related literature from five of Norway's priority partner countries in the developing world; i.e. Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Uganda. Both published and unpublished ...
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, ...
How middle-men can undermine anti-corruption reforms
(CMI Working paperWP 2005: 1, Working paper, 2005)
The anti-corruption reform in the Tanzanian tax bureaucracy in the mid-1990s was apparently a short-lived success. In the wake of the reform, a number of “tax experts” established themselves in the market, many of them ...
New study hints on country's business barriers