Contact details
Title:
Name: Kenneth Mdadila
College/School/Division: College of Social Sciences
Section:
Role: Lecturer and Deputy Coordinator, Center for Economic Research and Policy (CERP)
Current Summarised CV:

 

Name: Kenneth Mdadila, B A. (Dar), M A. (Dar), PhD (UCD)

Title: Lecturer and Deputy Coordinator, Center for Economic Research and Policy (CERP)

Areas of Specialization:

  • Financial Economics (Emerging Markets, Microfinance, Depositors Protection)
  • Development Economics (Human Development, Poverty and Welfare)
  • International Trade

 

Publications:

Mdadila, K. (2017). Assessing the Impact of Improved Water Supply on Health Outcomes in Rural Tanzania. Tanzania Economic Review, Vol. 7 Nos 1&2

Mdadila, K.“World Industrialization: A Historical Perspective of Development of Machinery, Food Processing, and Textile Industries” in K A. Msambichaka, L &Mduma, John &Selejio, O & J. Mashindano, O. (2015). How Can Tanzania Move from Poverty to Prosperity.

Younger, S. D., Myamba, F. and Mdadila, K. (2016), Fiscal Incidence in Tanzania. African Development Review, 28: 264–276. doi:10.1111/1467-8268.12204

Kidane, A, Hepelwa, A, Mdadila, K, Ngeh, E and Hu, Teh Wei, (2017), The demand for cigarette in Tanzania: A temporal approach, Applied Econometrics, 45, issue , p. 136-143, https://EconPapers.repec.org/RePEc:ris:apltrx:0314.

Bayiyana, Irene &Hepelwa, Aloyce& Rao, James &Mdadila, Kenneth. (2018). Do Dairy Market Hubs improve smallholder farmers’ income? The case of dairy farmers in the Tanga and Morogoro regions of Tanzania. Agrekon. 57. 1-16. 10.1080/03031853.2018.1481758.

Kidane, Asmerom&Hepelwa, Aloyce&Mdadila, Kenneth & Lee, Anita & Hu, Teh-wei. (2018). Labor input of women tobacco farmers in Tabora, Tanzania. Tobacco Induced Diseases. 16. 10.18332/tid/84698.

Contact:   +255 744 730221

Skype: Kenneth.mdadila

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