REMIDIUS DENIS RUHINDUKA
Lecturer, University Of Dar Es Salaam School Of Economics
B.A.Economics., M.A.Economics (University of Dar es Salaam), PhD (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
- “The influence of energy policy on charcoal consumption in urban households in Tanzania” (with Doggart, N, Meshack,C.K.,Ishengoma, R., Morgan-Brown, T. , Abdallah, J.M., Spracklen,D.V., and Sallu,S.M.), Energy for Sustainable Development (2020), forthcoming.
- “Paddy Post-Harvest: The Role of Preferences and Structural Factors in Storage and Processing Decisions of Smallholder Rice Farmers” (with Travis Lybbert, Yonas Alem and Håkan Eggert); European Review of Agricultural Economics (2020), pp. 1–34, doi:10.1093/erae/jbz052
- “Determinants of Soil Conservation Technologies Among Small-Scale Farmers in Tanzania; Evidence from National Panel Survey” (with Jovin A. Lasway and George R. Temba), African Journal of Economic Review, Volume VIII, Issue I, January 2020.
- “Climate variability and post-harvest food loss abatement technologies: evidence from rural Tanzania”, (with Simon Wagura), Studies in Agricultural Economics, Vol. 121, pg 30-40 (2019); accessed at https://doi.org/10.7896/j.1822
- “Why (field) experiments on unethical behaviour are important:
Comparing stated and revealed behaviour”, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 156, December 2018, Pgs 71-85 (with Yonas Alem, Håkan Eggert and Martin Korcher): accessed at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167268118302427
- “Land Tenure Security and Internal Migration in Tanzania (2018)”, UNU-WIDER WIDER Working Paper No.158 (also under review), Accessed at https://www.wider.unu.edu/publication/land-tenure-security-and-internal-migration-tanzania (with Tseday J. Mekasha , Finn Tarp and Wilhelm Ngasamiaku)
- “How much are the tourists willing to pay for the malaria control in Tanzania? Evidence from a Contingent Valuation Study in Zanzibar”Tanzania Economic Review Journal , Vol. 7, 1&2, (2017).
- “The political economy of Growth and Distribution: Experience in the first decade of 2000s”. In Rwegasira, D., Mbelle,A. and Aikael, J. (Edts), T he economy of Mainland Tanzania into the 2000s: Productivity, Human capital and Other leading issues (2016), Dar es Salaam University Press, Dar es Salaam.by (joint book chapter with Mkenda, A. and Luvanda, E.)
- “Improving Welfare Through Climate-Friendly Agriculture: The Case of the System of Rice Intensification.” Environmental and Resource Economics 62 (2015):243–263 (with Alem, Y and Håkan, E)