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Dr Clever Mumbengegwi

Senior Lecturer

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Dr Clever Mumbengegwi 

Qualifications: B. Econ (Hons),  M Econ (Monash )PhD , Washington State University.

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Research Interests: Agricultural and Food Policy Analysis, Applied Micro-econometrics, Development Economics, Econometrics

Publications and Journal Articles:

Dr Mumbengegwi’s brief resume’:

Dr Clever Mumbengegwi joined the University of Zimbabwe’s department of Economics in 1982. He has accumulated extensive teaching, research and higher education management experience spanning over three decades. He has a respectable list of publications that include 2 books, 3 monographs, 4 journal articles, 12 chapters in edited books, 21 internationally refereed conference papers and 18 reports and policy related papers. He has taught a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, supervised numerous Masters Dissertations and several doctoral theses at several universities at home and abroad. His international experience includes a Visiting Research Fellowship at Princeton University, New Jersey, USA in 1995, a two year Visiting Senior Lectureship at the School of Economic and Business Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand (2005 – 6), Johannesburg, South Africa and served a six year term as the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Finance and Head of the GaRankuwa campus of Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa (2007-12). He also served as the Chairman, Department of Economics (1992-7 and Dean of the Faculty of Social Studies at the University of Zimbabwe (2000-4), Member of the University of Zimbabwe Council (1996-1998) and served on numerous Council and Senate committees.

 Publications:

Journal Articles:

  1. "Agricultural Producer Cooperatives and Agrarian Transformation in Zimbabwe: Policy Strategy and Implementation" in Zimbabwe Journal of Economics  Vol. 1, No. 3, 1986.
  2. “Some Observations on the Problems and Prospects of Socialist Agricultural Transformation in Zimbabwe” Economic Quarterly Vol 18 No4 1983

Book Reviews  

  1. Book review "Marketing Board Pricing and Storage Policy with Particular Reference to Maize in Tanzania"  by P. E Temu Vantage Press, N.Y. 1984 in Zimbabwe Journal of  Economics Vol. 1  No. 3, 1986

Monographs

  1. Macroeconomic impacts of fiscal deficits: PDTPE Harare. 1996
  2. Macroeconomic Policy, Management and Performance in Zimbabwe: A Summary and Synthesis  PDTPE Harare 1998
  3. The Zimbabwe Programme of Reconstruction and Structural Transformation (ZIMPREST): Report on Workshop Proceedings. PDTPE Harare 1998

Edited Books:

  1. Macroeconomic and Adjustment Policies in Zimbabwe since Independence  Palgrave (Macmillan), UK 2002.
  2. The Manufacturing Sector in Zimbabwe: Industrial Change under Structural Adjustment (Ed) with Gunning J.W. World Bank/Free University, Amsterdam/University of Zimbabwe, 1995

Chapters in Books:

  1. “Overview of Macroeconomic Policy and Performance since independence”(with Mabugu R.) in Mumbengegwi  C. (Ed)  Macroeconomic and Adjustment Policies in Zimbabwe since Independence. Palgrave (Macmillan), UK 2002.
  2. “Financial Liberalisation and Monetary Policy in Zimbabwe” (with Nyawata, O) Chapter 7 in Mumbengegwi  C. (Ed) ibid. Palgrave (Macmillan), UK 2002.
  3. “Macroeconomic Policies and Agricultural Performance” Chapter12 in Mumbengegwi  C. (Ed) ibid. Palgrave (Macmillan), UK 2002.
  4. "Investment, Financing and Liquidity Constraints" in Gunning J.W. and Mumbengegwi C. (eds) The Manufacturing Sector in Zimbabwe: Industrial Change  Under Structural Adjustment  1995
  5. "Financing Investment in Zimbabwe" in Gunning J. W. (Ed) The Manufacturing  Sector in Zimbabwe: Dynamics and Constraints. World Bank/Free University, Amsterdam/University of Zimbabwe. 1994
  6. "Indigenous and Small Scale Enterprises in Zimbabwe" in Gunning J. W.  The Manufacturing  Sector in Zimbabwe: Dynamics and Constraints. World Bank/Free University, Amsterdam/University of Zimbabwe. 1994
  7. "Structural Adjustment and Small Enterprise Development in Zimbabwe" in A.H  Helmsing and Th. Kolstee (Eds)  Small Enterprises and Changing Policies.  IT Publications Exeter U.K 1993 pp 144  - 159
  8.  "Food and Agricultural Cooperation in SADCC: Progress, Problems and Prospects." Chapter 3 in Samir Amin, Derrick Chitala et al (Eds) SADCC: Prospects for Disengagement and Development in Southern Africa. United Nations University/ZED Press, Lond. 1988.
  9. "The Political Economy of a Small Farmer Agricultural Strategy in SADCC" Chapter 6 in Coralie Bryant (Ed) Poverty, Policy and Food Security in Southern Africa.   Lynne Reinner Publishers, Boulder Colorado, USA 1988
  10. "The Political Economy of Agricultural Producer Cooperative Development in post Independence Zimbabwe" in Hedlund H.  COOPERATIVES REVISITED, Scandinavian Institute of African Studies , Uppsala, Sweden, 1988
  11. "Agricultural Cooperatives in Zimbabwe:  Problems and Prospects" in     Proceedings of  the 9th Southern African Universities Social Science Conference  Dar-es-Salaam  1987
  12. "Continuity and Change in Agricultural Policy” Chapter 7 in Mandaza I. J (Ed) ZIMBABWE: The Political Economy of Transition, Codesria, 1987.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. “Globalisation and Human Development” Concept Paper presented at workshop on the 1999 Human Development Report. Poverty Reduction Forum/ UNDP Jameson Hotel 1999.
  2. “The Essence of Structural Adjustment Programmes” Lecture presented at a Workshop on ZIMPREST Elephant Hills Hotel May 26-29 1998.
  3. “The Impact of Macroeconomic Policies on Agriculture in Zimbabwe since Independence” Paper presented at an International Conference on Zimbabwe: Macroeconomic Policy, Management and Performance since Independence held at the Sheraton Hotel Harare August 18-21 1998.
  4. “The Relationship between Economic Growth and Human Development” Concept Paper presented at workshop on the 1998 Human Development Report. Poverty Reduction Forum/UNDP. Holiday Inn Hotel, Harare June 1997.
  5. “The Gender Impact of Structural Adjustment on Employment in the Informal Sector in Zimbabwe” Paper presented at a Conference on Promoting Employment with Gender Equality in the Context of Economic Structural Adjustment, Kadoma Ranch Motel 29-31 1997
  6. “Subcontracting in Zimbabwe” Paper presented at a Multi-Country Workshop on Enterprise Development held at Holiday Inn Hotel, Harare September 1997.
  7. “Investment, Financing and Liquidity Constraints: Panel Data Analysis of Zimbabwean Manufacturing Firms” Paper presented at an Econometrics and Research workshop held at the University of Pretoria, RSA. June 12-14 1996.
  8. Zimbabwe: Towards an Export Led Industrialisation Strategy?"  Paper presented at the Zimtrade Seminar on Export Led Industrialisation ,  Harare, May 29 - 30, 1995
  9. “Small Business Development in Southern Africa:  Policies to Promote an Indigenous Entrepreneurial Class".  Paper presented at a Regional National Economic Management Seminar, Cape Town, South Africa.  April 24  - May 12, 1995.
  10. "Zimbabwe: Economic Growth and Employment Creation:  Past Performance and Lessons for the Future"  Paper presented at an International Conference on Employment Creation held at the Harare International Conference Center, August 30 - September 3, 1993. 20 pages.
  11. Development of Indigenous Capacity for Economic Advancement:  The Current Situation and Future Requirements"  Paper presented at The National Workshop on Strengthening Capacity in Zimbabwe:  Assessing the Needs.  Nov. 8 - 9, 1993.  Zimbabwe Institute of Public Administration and Management, ZIPAM. 22 pages.
  12. "The Impact of Trade Liberalisation on the Zimbabwean Economy" Paper presented at a workshop on The Economic Structural Adjustment Programme in Zimbabwe,  Kadoma, ZIDS. November 18 - 22, 1991, 21 pages.
  13. "Socio-economic Survey of Collective Cooperatives in Zimbabwe".  An Evaluation for the Organisation of Collective Cooperatives in Zimbabwe OCCZIM), Harare, 1985.
  14. "Some Aspects of Zimbabwe's Post Independence Agricultural Producer Cooperatives: A Profile and Preliminary Assessment".  University of Zimbabwe, Department of Economics

Dr Pheneas Kadenge

Senior Lecturer

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Qualifications: BSc (Hons) Economics, UZ; MSc Economics, UZ; PhD (Economics) Gothenburg, Sweden

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Research Interests:

  • Monetary economics: inflation, money demand, exchange rates, and currency reforms
  • Public external debt
  • Regional economic integration
  • Economics of monetary integration
  • Managerial economics

Dr.Kadenge’s biography

Phineas G. Kadenge is a holder of a Ph.D degree in Economics from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. He is also a holder of an MSc degree in Economics and BSc degree in Economics from the University of Zimbabwe. He has over 30 years of work and research experience on economic development issues. He has been with the University of Zimbabwe for over 20 years as a lecturer and researcher. He spent nine years at the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), a continental capacity building organization, as a Program/Knowledge Management Officer responsible for economic policy centers in Botswana, Namibia, Swaziland, and Zambia. He was also responsible for supervising projects in South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland and Malawi. He was Chairman of the Economics Department of Zimbabwe from 2013 to 2016 and is currently a Senior Lecturer in the same Department. His main research interests are in monetary and financial economics and external debt issues.

Publications

  1. Madzivanyika, E. and P. G. Kadenge (2015) “Value Added Tax Incentives and the Effects on Value Added Tax Refunds: The Case of Zimbabwe (2009-2013”, with E. Madzivanyika, Public and Municipal Finance, 2015.
  2. Madzivanyika, , and P. G. Kadenge (2015) “The effects of corporate income tax incentives on mining firms’ investments in fixed assets: The case of Zimbabwe (2009-2011)”, University of Zimbabwe Business Review 6 Volume 2-2 2015.
  3. Jabangwe, J. and P. G. Kadenge (2015) “An Investigation of the Relationship between Capital Levels and the Performance of Banks in Zimbabwe from 2009 to 2013”, The Botswana Journal of Economics, Volume 13 Issue 1 December 2015.
  4. Kadenge, P. G. and F. Tafirei (2014) “The Impact of Bank and Stock Market Developments on Economic Growth in Zimbabwe: 1988 to 2012”, The Botswana Journal of Economics Volume 12 Issue 2 December 2014.
  5.  Kadenge, P. G. and R. Makoto (2012) “Zimbabwe’ External Public Debt Overhang, Impact and Possible Strategies for its Resolution”, Zambezia Volume 39, No. 2 2012.
  6. Kararach, G, G. Guvheya, and P. G. Kadenge (2010) “Currency Reforms in Zimbabwe: An Analysis of Possible Currency Regimes”, an African Capacity Building Foundation Occasional Paper No. 10, 2010.
  7. Kadenge, P. G. (2002) "Inflation During Structural Adjustment: The Case of Zimbabwe", in "Zimbabwe Macroeconomics Policy Conference Volume", by C. Mumbengegwi (ed.) 2002 Macmillan.
  8. Kadenge, P. G. (2000) “Principles of Economics Module”, Zimbabwe Open University.
  9. Kadenge, P. G., J. T. Chipika and S. Chibanda (2000) "Effects of Structural Adjustment in Southern Africa: The case of Zimbabwe’s Manufacturing Sector during Phase 1 of ESAP: 1991-1995", SAPES Books.
  10. Kadenge, P. G. (2001) “Managerial Economics MBA Module”, Zimbabwe Open University, 2000.
  11. Kadenge, P. G. (2000) "Regionalism: Lessons the SADC can learn from the EU", in "SADC-EU Trade Relations" by Trudi Hartzenberg (ed), SAPES Books.
  12. Kadenge, P. G. (1998) Essays on Macroeconomic Adjustment in Zimbabwe: Inflation, Money Demand, and the Real Exchange, a Ph.D thesis, Gothenburg University, Sweden 1998.
  13. Kadenge, P. G., Ndoro, H. and B. Zwizwai (1992) "Zimbabwe's Structural Adjustment Programme: The First Year Experience" with H. Ndoro and B. Zwizwai in "Structural Adjustment Programmes in SADC: Experiences and Lessons from Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe" by Mwanza A. M (ed), SAPES Books.
  14. Kadenge, P. G., Ndoro, H. and B. Zwizwai (1992) Zimbabwe's Structural Adjustment Programme: The First Year Experience", SAPES Books Monograph Series No.2.
  15. Kadenge, P. G (1990) "Zimbabwe ten years on", Southern African Economist, Vol. No.2 April/May.
  16. Kadenge, P. G (1992) "The Second Five Year National Development Plan (SFYNDP): Development Planning Under Conditions of Structural Adjustment", SAPEM April 2, pp 27- 29.
  17. Kadenge, P. G (1992) "Zimbabwe's 1992/93 Budget: A weak instrument of implementing the Second Five Year National Development Plan (SFYNDP) (1991-1995), SAPEM August, pp 44-46.

Forthcoming

  1. Kadenge, P. G., E. Madzivanyika, and H. Zhou (2016) “A diagnosis of the effects of VAT refunds and overall VAT performance in Zimbabwe’s mining sector (2009-2015)”, Zambezia
  2. Manjengwa, J., P. G. Kadenge, B. Mukamuri, and D, Mushayavanhu (2016) “Socio-economic Environment” chapter in the Zimbabwe Fourth State of the Environment Report, Environmental Management Authority.

 

Dr Takawira Mumvuma

Senior Lecturer

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Dr Takawira Mumvuma 

Qualifications:  BSc (Hons) Economics, UZ; MSc Economics, UZ; PhD (international Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University, the Netherlands)

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Research Interests: Development Economics, Industrial Economics, Policy Reforms, SMEs Development.

Dr Mumvuma’s biography

Dr Takawira Mumvuma is a lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe teaching Development Economics, Social Economics and Microeconomics.  Besides lecturing at the University of Zimbabwe he has also done a lot consulting and research work locally and regionally.  First he was involved in a number of short term consultancies covering various Zimbabwean manufacturing sector surveys and case studies under the Regional Programme on Enterprise Development (RPED) in Africa that was sponsored by the World Bank between 1993 and 1995.  Second, he was also one of the core team members of multi-country study on the growth and transformation of small enterprises in Africa that was directed and supported by the Africa Centre for Economic growth (ACEG) based in Nairobi, Kenya in 2001-2002.  Third, between 2003 and 2005, Dr Mumvuma acted as the Zimbabwean country team leader and principal researcher of Global Development Network’s (GDN) Global Research Project on “Understanding Reforms” covering 32 countries drawn from Latin America and the Caribbeans; Central and Eastern Europe; Former Soviet Union, South and East Asia and South Pacific as well as Sub Saharan Africa, the Middle East and North Africa.  He was also appointed by GDN in 2006 to carry out a synthesis of the country papers from the African and Middle East regions from the same research project.  Fourth, working with World Bank and UN Habitat, he was also heavily involved in the production of training manuals on participatory budgeting currently being used in many parts of the world.  In 2010 he did some research work on “A Review of Utility Pricing in Zimbabwe; the Case of Electricity” for UNDP and in 2011 carried out a study on “Private Sector Perspectives on PPPs and their role in Infrastructural Rehabilitation and Improvement in Zimbabwe” that covered the water and sanitation; energy; transport; and ICT sectors for ZNCC that was sponsored by the Confederation of Swedish Industries. Finally in 2015, he carried out a study on Corruption in Local Governance and Traditional Institutions in Africa that was commissioned by the Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

In addition to the above assignments, Dr Mumvuma has over the years also authored and co-authored many book chapters, on municipal service delivery issues, corruption, enterprise competitiveness, local economic development, economic policy reforms, including those on participatory budgeting and social accountability in Africa.

Publications

  1. Mumvuma, T (forthcoming), Globalization and the Role of Urban Cities in Enhancing Firm Competitiveness in Zimbabwe, University of Zimbabwe Publishers, Harare
  2. Mumvuma, T (2016), Corruption in Local Governance and Traditional Institutions in Africa, Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  3. Mumvuma, T (2016), ‘Enhancing service delivery at the local level in Zimbabwe: challenges and futures prospects’, in Gomez, G.M and P. Knorringa (Eds), Local governance, economic development and institutions, Palgrave, Macmillan
  4. Mumvuma, T, (2011) “A Review of Utility Pricing in Zimbabwe: the Case of Electricity”, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Working Paper, UNDP, Zimbabwe Country Office
  5. Mumvuma, T (2009) Building Political Will for Participatory Budgeting; a Case of Mutoko Rural District Council ‘s Participatory Budgeting Initiative” in From Political Won’t to Political Will: Nurturing Support for Participatory Governance, Carmen Malena (ed), Kurmarian Press, Quicksilver Drive, Sterling, USA.
  6. Matovu, G and T. Mumvuma (2008) Participatory Budgeting in Africa: A Training Companion, With Cases from Eastern and Southern Africa; Volume 2, Facilitation Methods, UN-HABITAT, Nairobi, Kenya.
  7. Matovu, G and T. Mumvuma (2008) Participatory Budgeting in Africa: A Training Companion, With Cases from Eastern and Southern Africa; Volume 1, Concepts and Principles, UN-HABITAT, Nairobi, Kenya
  8. Ngaruko, F and T. Mumvuma (2006), “Stalled and Partial Reforms: Understanding Reform in Africa and the Middle East”, in Understanding Market Reforms Volume 2: Motivation, Implementation and Sustainability, Gary Macmohan and Jose Fannelli (Eds), London, Palgrave Publishers Ltd.
  9. Mmcneil, M and T. Mumvuma (2006) “Demanding Good Governance: A Stocktaking of Social Accountability Initiatives by Civil Society in Anglophone Africa”, Washington D.C., World Bank Institute.
  10. Mumvuma, T, C. Mujajati and B. Mufute (2006) “Understanding Economic Reforms: The Case of Zimbabwe” in Understanding Economic Reforms in Africa: A Tale of Seven Nations, J. Mensah (Ed), London, Palgrave Publishers Ltd.
  11. Mumvuma, T, J.W. Kombe and M. Ndubiwa (2006) “Enhancing Local Government Capacity for Effective Service Delivery and Poverty Reduction in Africa: A Synthesis of the Research Methodology and Key Findings” in Enhancing Local Government Capacity for Effective Service Delivery and Poverty Reduction in Africa, T. Mumvuma, J.W. Kombe and M. Ndubiwa (eds), Harare, Sable Press Pvt, Ltd.
  12. Mumvuma, T (2005) Civic Participation in Sub-national Policy and Budgetary Decisión Making Proceses: A Systematization of National Framework Conditions of Selected African Countries; Washington, D.C. World Bank Institute;
  13. Mumvuma, T (2005) Sub-national Experiences of Civic Participation in Policy Making and Budgetary Processes: A Case Study of Kabwe Municipal Council, Zambia; Washington, D.C. World Bank Institute;
  14. Mumvuma, T (2004) Civic Participation in Sub-national Policy and Budgetary Decisión Making Proceses: The Zambian National Framework Conditions, Washington, D.C. World Bank Institute;
  15. Mumvuma, T (2003) “SADC” in Trade Traps, Debt Throes and Escape Routes, B. Posthumus (Ed), Amsterdam, Published by the Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa.
  16. Hoogeveen, H and T. Mumvuma (2002) “Manufacturing export performance, macroeconomic adjustment and the role of networks” in Industrial Change in Africa: Micro Evidence on Zimbabwean Firms Under Structural Adjustment, J.W. Gunning and R.H Oostendorp (eds), London, Palgrave Publishers Ltd.
  17. Mumvuma, T (2000) Institutions, Contracting Behaviour and Small Firm Dynamics in Zimbabwe: A Microeconomic Perspective, Published Ph.D. Thesis, Maastricht, Shaker Publishing BV
  18. Mumvuma, T and H. Zhou (1995) “Constraints to Capacity Utilization” in The manufacturing sector in Zimbabwe: Industrial change under structural adjustment, J.W. Gunning & C. Mumbengegwi (eds), Free University Amsterdam and University of Zimbabwe.
  19. W. Gunning, T. Mumvuma and M. Pomp (1994) “Investment and Capacity Utilization” in The manufacturing sector in Zimbabwe: Dynamics and constraints, J.W. Gunning (Ed), Free University Amsterdam and University of Zimbabwe.

 

Mr Carren Pindiriri

Lecturer

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Mr Carren Pindiriri

Qualifications: BSc (hons) Economics, UZ; MSc Economics, MPhil, (Oslo)(DPhil Student)

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Research Interests: Growth, Poverty, Trade, Agricultural Technologies, Developmental, Environmental and Health Economics.

Mr Pindiriri’s Biography:

Carren Pindiriri is a Lecturer and a researcher in the Department of Economics, University of Zimbabwe. In the lecturing position, Carren teaches econometrics, mathematics, microeconomics, international trade, growth and development economics. Before joining the University of Zimbabwe, Carren worked for the Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe as a business development officer. He holds BSc. and MSc. in Economics from the University of Zimbabwe and an MPhil in Development Economics from Oslo University. He specializes in applied econometrics. His research interests include growth and technological adoption by farmers in Africa, environmental economics, growth and trade, and industrialization of African economies. Currently, Carren Pindiriri is in the finishing stage of his DPhil in the economic costs of extreme weather events to smallholder farmers and how modern technology adoption could be used to mitigate these costs. Through his research, Carren has gained much experience in the problems faced by rural farmers, in particular, limited access to finance to improve their technologies. Carren has been involved in a number of researches; among them are: 1) Tariff regime and competitiveness of the business sector in Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC)/ITC), 2) Positioning the private sector in TFTA (ZNCC), 3) Zimbabwe mining revenue transparency initiative (World Bank, Ministry of Finance), 4) Economic costs of biofuels in Zimbabwe (UNWIDER), 5) Value chains and youth employment in Zimbabwe (SNV), 6) Measuring business confidence in the manufacturing sector of Zimbabwe (Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI)/ITC), 7) Strategies for Spatial Development Initiatives in Zimbabwe (Ministry of Industry and Commerce/ADB), 8) Poverty in Zimbabwe (AGRODEP), 9) Economic section of Zimbabwe Environment Outlook (EMA), 10) Mapping of women business associations in Zimbabwe (ITC) and many other University community researches.

Publications

  1. Pindiriri, C. (2016) “The Economic and Environmental Costs/Benefits of Green Fuels: The Case of Chisumbanje.” African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) Special Paper No. 50, Nairobi.
  2. Pindiriri, C. (2015) “Modeling Determinants of Poverty in Zimbabwe”. AGRODEP Working Paper No. 15, IFPRI, Washington DC, USA.
  3. Zhou, H. & Pindiriri, C. (2015) “Informal Sector Labour Demand: Evidence from Zimbabwe’s Urban Informal Metal Sector.” Botswana Journal of Economics (BOJE), 13(1):26-39
  4. Pindiriri, C., Makochekanwa, A. and Ndudzo, S. (2015) “Examining the Long Run Relationship between Import Structure and Economic Growth in Zimbabwe Using VAR methodology.” UZ Business Review, 2(2): 29-42.
  5. Pindiriri, C. (2014) “Aid Effectiveness, Development Theories and Their Influence on the Structure and Practices in Development Aid to 3rd World Countries.” Zambezia Journal of Social Sciences, 39(I):60-81
  6. Pindiriri, C. (2014) “A Theoretical Analysis of the Impact of Sustainable Development Assistance on Environmental Quality.” Cogent Economics and Finance, Taylor and Francis, 2: 939293
  7. Zhou, H., Pindiriri, C., &Tambama, J. (2013) “Consumption Response to Diaspora Remittances in Zimbabwe.” Botswana Journal of Economics (BOJE), 2(16):32-41
  8. Pindiriri, C and Muhoyi, E. (2012). An Assessment of Vocational Training and Youth Employment in Zimbabwe, Zambezia Journal of Social Sciences, 38(I): 77-94 (ISSN: 0379-0622).
  9. Pindiriri, C. (2012). Monetary Reforms and Inflation Dynamics in Zimbabwe, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 90: 207-222 (ISSN: 1450-2887).
  10. Pindiriri, C and Chidoko, C. (2012). The Impact Assessment of Sustainable Development Assistance on Carbon Dioxide Emissions: The Sub-Saharan Africa Experience, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 14(2): 182-198 (ISSN: 1520-5509).
  11. Pindiriri, C and Nhavira, J. (2011). Modeling Zimbabwe’s inflation process, Journal of Strategic Studies, 2(1): 32-49 (ISSN 2076-6645).
  12. Nhavira, J and Pindiriri, C. (2011). Sub-Saharan time-consistency: A comparison of SADC and the RBZ law, Journal of Strategic Studies, 2(1): 63-87 (ISSN 2076-6645)

Mr Desmond Ndedzu

Lecturer

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Qualifications: BSc (Hons) Economics, UZ; MSc Economics, UZ

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Research Interests: Public Finance and Development Economics

Publications

  1. Ndedzu, D., Kunguma. I, Muhoyi, E and IM. Mavesere (2012). Household Demand for Improved Water Supply Services in High Density Urban Areas: The Case of Mabvuku in Harare, Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1 (126-140),  ISSN: 2076-6645.
  2. Mavesere, IM and D. Ndedzu (2012). The Role of The Financial Sector on Economic Growth in Zimbabwe, Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1 (1-8)),  ISSN: 2076-6645.
  3. Makoto, R. and Ndedzu, D. (2012). Fiscal Dominance, Central Bank’s Credit to Government and Inflation in Zimbabwe,  Review of Business and Social Sciences, Vol.1, No.9, Aug 2012 (11-20), ISSN: 2226-4124.
  4. Ndedzu, D. (2011). Food Shortages and the Transactions Demand for Money: The Case of Zimbabwe, LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG, German, ISBN: 978-3-8473-0908-6
  5. Ndedzu, D. (2011). Food Shortages and the Transactions Demand for Money: The Case of Zimbabwe, LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG, German, ISBN: 978-3-8473-0908-6
  6. Makova T., Kadira G., Muhoyi E., Ndedzu D. and Mukura T. J. (2014) Impact of Capital Flight on Economic Growth in Zimbabwe (1980-2010), University of Zimbabwe Business Review Journal, UZBR 2014 No. 1 (Accepted for Publication)
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