UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS (UDSOE)

HAMISI H. MWINYIMVUA

Senior Lecturer, University Of Dar Es Salaam School Of Economics
Education:

B.A, M.A, PhD (Dar)

Teaching:

Public Finance, Growth and Development, Private Sector Development, Energy, Poverty Reduction.

Research:

  1. Mwinyimvua, H.H., S. Schiavo-Campo and J. Lima. (2006), “Tanzania’s Public Financial Management Reform: Progress, Issues and the Future”. Review Report for Ministry of Finance.
  2. Mwinyimvua, H.H., G. Mjema, D.P. Mushi, and J. Shitundu (2005), “A Study of Tax Revenue Base in Zanzibar”, Report for the Government of Zanzibar, July.
  3. Mwinyimvua, H.H., A.V.Y. Mbelle, R. Mabelle, F.D. Luoga and I. Ugullumu (2004), “Impact of an Economic Partnership Agreement on Tanzania: Preliminary Adjustment Scenarios”, Report for EU, September.
  4. Mwinyimvua, H.H., and Mick Foster (2003), “Public Expenditure Review: HIV/AIDS Multi-sectoral Update 2004”. Report Submitted to the Public Expenditure Review Working Group, November.
  5. Mwinyimvua, H.H., and S.M. Wangwe (2002), “Fiscal Adjustment in IMF-Supported Programs: The Case of Tanzania”, Report for the IMF, August.
  6. Mwinyimvua, H.H., N.E. Osoro and P.I.N. Mpango (2001), “Enhancing Transparency in Tax Administration in Tanzania”, Revised Version of an EAGER Report.
  7. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and P.I.N. Mpango (2000), “Composite Development Goal”: A Technical Version of the Development Vision 2025. A Consultancy to Update the Report (“Goal”) for the Planning Commission, February.
  8. Mwinyimvua, H.H., N.E. Osoro and P.I.N. Mpango (1999), “Tax Policy in sub-Saharan Africa: Re-examining the Role of Excise Taxation”, EAGER/PSG Research Report, October.
  9. Mwinyimvua, H.H., and R. Mabele (1998), “An Analysis of the Impact of Introducing Value Added Tax (VAT) in Zanzibar”. A Consultancy Report for the Tanzania Revenue Authority, February.
  10.  Mwinyimvua, H.H., S.M. Wangwe and P.I.N. Mpango (1998), “Tanzania - Structural Adjustment Facility (SAF IV): Domestic Debt Retirement Scheme”. A Consultancy Report for Carl Bro Tanzania Ltd, June.

Publications:

  1. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and D.P. Mushi (2008), “Promoting and Enhancing Human Resources Capacity for Sustained Development” in (eds) H.P.B. Moshi and Mbele, A.V.Y., Zanzibar: Overcoming the Challenges of Poverty Reduction, Research and Consultancy Centre, Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar.
  2. Mwinyimvua, H. H. (2008), “Policy and Regulatory Framework and SMEs Growth: The Case of Tanzania”, Tanzania Economic Trends, Economic Research Bureau, UDSM.
  3. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and W. Ngasamiaku (2006), “Capital Flight and External Debt Relationships before Enhanced HIPC Initiative: The Case of Tanzania”, The African Journal of Finance Management, Vol. 28, No. 1, July.
  4. Mwinyimvua, H.H., N. E. Osoro and P.I.N. Mpango (2006), “Performance and Revenue Potential of Excise Taxation in Tanzania”, Journal of African Economies, Vol.15, No.1, March.
  5. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and L. Rutasitara (2006), “Economic Policies in Support of MDGs and Poverty Reduction: The Case of Tanzania”; in Hailu, D. and J. Weeks (eds), Economic Policies in Support of MDGs and Poverty Reduction, RBA Regional Project UNDP.
  6. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and E. C. Isinika (2004), “Taxation of Financial Assets: Implications for Capital Market Development in Tanzania”, The African Journal of Finance Management, Vol. 13, No. 1, July.
  7. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and P.I.N. Mpango (2004), “Macro-micro Linkages in the Fight against Poverty: Missing Links and Enabling Bridges, Tanzanian Journal of Population Studies and Development, Vol. 8, Nos. 1.
  8. Mwinyimvua, H. H. (2004), “Policy Issues and SMEs Development in Africa”, Business Management Review (BMR), Vol. 11, Nos. 1 and 2 of 2004.
  9. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and E.G. Luvanda (2004), “Economic Globalization: The Place of Africa in World Trade and Foreign Direct Investment”, UTAFITI Journal of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 1 of 2004.
  10. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and L. Rutasitara (2002), “Combating Poverty, Ignorance and Disease”, in World Bank (2002), Tanzania at the Turn of the Century: From Reforms to Sustained Growth and Poverty Reduction – Background Papers and Statistics. A World Bank Country Study, World Bank, Washington, D.C.
  11. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and L. Rutasitara (2001), “Combating Poverty, Ignorance and Disease”, in World Bank (2001), Tanzania at the Turn of the Century: From Reforms to Sustained Growth and Poverty Reduction – A Synthesis of Key Messages. A World Bank Country Study, World Bank, Washington, D.C.
  12. Mwinyimvua, H.H., N.E. Osoro and P.I.N. Mpango (2001), “An Analysis of Excise Taxation in Tanzania”, African Economic Policy Discussion Paper, No.72, September 2001.
  13. Mwinyimvua, H.H. and P.I.N. Mpango (2000), “Financing of the Poverty Reduction Programme” – Chapter V in URT (2000), Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP), September.
  14. Mwinyimvua, H.H. (1996), “The Impact of Macroeconomic Policies on the Level of Taxation in Developing Countries: The Case of Tanzania”. Ph.D Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam.
  15. Mwinyimvua, H.H. (1988), “Exports, Foreign Aid and Economic Growth: The Case of Tanzania”. M.A. (Econ.) Dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam.