Category Archives: PetroState Blog

Petrostate Blog for the period 18.11.2018 to 02.12.2018

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The Tanzania Human Development Report 2017
the second national report for Tanzania. The theme of this report is “Social Policy in the Context of Economic Transformation in Tanzania.” As for the inaugural report published
in 2014, the first chapter of the report analyzes the current status of human  development in Tanzania. Continue reading Petrostate Blog for the period 18.11.2018 to 02.12.2018

Petrostate Blog for the period 29.10.2018 to 12.11.2018

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  Taxing Africa : Coercion, Reform and       Development; By Mick Moore, Wilson Prichard,   and Odd-Helge Fjeldstad..
Taxation has been seen as the domain of charisma-   free accountants, lawyers and number crunchers –   an unlikely place to encounter big societal   questions about democracy, equity or good   governance.

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Petrostate Blog for the period 03.09.2018 to 16.09.2018

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Upcoming Book on Extractive Industries: The Management of Resources as a Driver of Sustainable Development
New initiatives recognize that resource wealth can provide a means, when properly used, for poorer nations to decisively break with poverty by diversifying economies and funding development spending. Extractive Industries: The Management of Resources as a Driver of Sustainable Development explores the challenges and opportunities facing developing countries in using oil, gas, and mining to achieve inclusive change.
Continue reading Petrostate Blog for the period 03.09.2018 to 16.09.2018

Petrostate Blog for the Period of 06 to 19 August 2018

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Can smallholders benefit from the new market opportunities from the extractive industry in Tanzania 
The recent discovery of huge oil and gas reserves in Tanzania has created a new opportunity for economic growth and development of the country. Tanzania is expected to be one of the leading producers and exporters of natural gas in the coming decade. However, 88 percent of poor Tanzanians live in rural areas and two-third of the labour force is engaged in agriculture. For the extractive industry to serve as a catalyst for economic growth and poverty reduction, it has to be integrated with the rest of the economy through forward and backward linkages. Continue reading Petrostate Blog for the Period of 06 to 19 August 2018