He worked in Tanzania from 1967-1976, as an economist in the Ministry of Agriculture and a lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam. His early papers were about corrupt deals and the exploitation of Tanzania by international companies and aid agencies. He continues to write about agriculture in East Africa and the political economy of Tanzania.
‘The Evolution of Rural Policies in Tanzania’ or ‘Can a Government Bureaucracy Bring About Development?’ – PART 1
Summary: At independence Tanzania inherited a peasant economy. In order to get minimum cash incomes peasants cultivated cash…
July 2, 2021
Karim Hirji is the only Tanzanian to have written a mathematics textbook (Exact Analysis of Discrete Data, 2005),…
June 24, 2021