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Conference paper Conference paper Leiden University catalogue Leiden University catalogue
Title:Tanzania in transition: from Nyerere to Mkapa
Editors:Havnevik, Kjell J.ISNI
Isinika, Aida C.ISNI
City of publisher:Dar es Salaam
Publisher:Mkuki na Nyota
ISBN:9987080863; 9789987080861
Geographic term:Tanzania
development cooperation
agricultural development
land conflicts
conference papers (form)
Abstract:This volume aims to contribute to understanding the trajectory of Tanzanian development during the presidency of Benjamin Mkapa (1995-2005), against the background of the development model of the first president of Tanzania, Julius Nyerere (1961-1985). It is inspired by a conference organized by the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Rural Development and Agro-ecology, in September 2005, The contributions are: Tanazania in transition - to what? by Kjell Havnevik and Aida C. Isinika; A historical framework for analysing current Tanzanian transitions: the post-independence model, Nyerere's ideas and some interpretations by Kjell Havnevik; The Norwegian-Tanzanian aid relationship: a historical perspective by Jarle Simensen; Agrarian fundamentalism or foresight? Revisiting Nyerere's vision for rural Tanzania by Deborah Fahy Bryceson; Smallholder agriculture in Tanzania: can economic liberalisation keep its promise? by Rune Skarstein; Gender dimensions of land conflicts: examples from Njombe and Maswa Districts in Tanzania by Aida C. Isinika and Khamaldin Mutabazi; Dynamism of natural resource policies and impact on forestry in Tanzania by Gerald C. Monela and Jumanne M. Abdallah; Trends in corruption during the Mkapa era - who wants to know? by Brian Cooksey; Changing aid modalities and Tanzanian development by Samuel Wangwe; Challenges to the democratisation process in Tanzania by Jonas Ewald; Postscript: Tanzania in transition: summary and trends 2005-2010 by Kjell Havnevik. [ASC Leiden abstract]