Tanzania: Macroeconomic modelling (MACMOD)
Tanzania: Macroeconomic modelling. A long-term project (1992-2001) that includes developing a macroeconomic projection model for the Tanzanian economy and technical assistance in using it for medium-term economic planning and budgeting in the Ministry of Finance and the Planning Commission in Tanzania. The model has been used for government fiscal and monetary policy analysis in Tanzania since 1994. After the first version of the model was developed, work has involved updating and extending the model as data become available and the economic policy regime changes. In addition work has involved on-the-job training, assistance in running the model for the annual government budget, and preparing the macroeconomic analysis behind the budget and the Policy Framework Paper.
An analysis of Tanzania's 1998 imports. A sector of origin and end use analysis of Tanzania's goods imports, undertaken for the Macmod model
Monetary variables in Macmod. A note concerning the introduction of monetary variables in the Tanzanian macro economic model: Macmod
Lobbying in tax policy making: The case of VAT-reform in Tanzania
Odd-Helge Fjeldstad and Lise Rakner
The politics of revenue bargaining: Triggers, processes, and outcomes
Towards harmonised financing of frontline health service providers in Tanzania
Ottar Mæstad, Peter Binyaruka
Direct Financing of Health Facilities. Experiences from financing reforms in Tanzania.
Ottar Mæstad, Jo Borghi, Farida Hassan, Eskindir Shumbullo Loha, John Maiba, Iddy Mayumana, Vincent Somville, Sarah Tobin, Peter Binyaruka