CBS offers competitive scholarships for graduate students working on projects related to behaviour science and provides supervision to them.
To-date four scholarships have been offered, so far to 3 Masters students of Economics and 1 Masters student of Statistics have written their dissertations on:
- Carrot versus Stick Measures of Tax Compliance in Tanzania: Evidence from Laboratory Experiment.
“The choice between carrot measures and stick measures depend solely on the costs of using one over the other – Mr. Ally Samiji ”
- Perceived Welfare Impact and Compliance to Forest Conservation: Case of Uluguru Nature Forest Reserve in Morogoro, Tanzania.
- The Effects Of Social Norms and Random Awards on Tax Compliance in a Seller-Buyer Collaborative Tax Evasion Possibility. - Case of Tanzania
- Can Self-Selection Create High-Performing Teams Among University Students? Evidence from Lab Experiment.