Central Data Catalog
Integrated Labor Force Survey 2000-2001
2000 - 2001
Bureau of Statistics
Sep 29, 2011
Mar 29, 2019
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Aletaulwa, MG, and KCT Malamsha.
Factors influencing credit accessibility among owners of small and medium vehicle garages in Arusha City and Moshi Municipality, Tanzania
International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship 1, no. 12 (2014): 949-964.
Bardasi, Elena, Kathleen Beegle, Andrew Dillon, and Pieter M Serneels.
Do labor statistics depend on how and to whom the questions are asked? Results from a survey experiment in Tanzania
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series , no. 5192 (2010).
Bee K, Faustine.
Fair trade, fair futures: The Kilimanjaro Native Cooperative Union scholarship programme for children made vulnerable by AIDS
Co-op Africa Working Papers (2009).
Gender and economic growth in Tanzania: creating opportunities for women
: World Bank Publications, 2007.
Fares, Jean, and Dhushyanth Raju.
Child labor across the developing world: Patterns and correlations
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper , no. 4119 (2007).
Ferreira, Monica, and Paul Kowal.
A minimum data set on ageing and older persons in Sub-Saharan Africa: Process and outcome
African Population Studies 21, no. 1 (2006): 19-36.
AIDS, Governance and Quality in Tanzanian Education
Justice Africa (2006).
Inequalities and inequities in maternal and child health care: a case study of Tanzania
Master , Maastricht University’s Graduate School of Governance , 2011.
Kondylis, Florence, and Marco Manacorda.
Youth in the Labor Market and the Transition from School to Work in Tanzania
Youth in Africa’s Labor Market (2008).
Kongela, Sophia Marcian.
Framework and Value Drivers for Real Estate Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Assessment of the Tanzanian Real Estate Sector in the Context of the Competitiveness Model
: Immobilien Manager Verlag IMV, 2013.
Latorre C, Maria.
CGE Analysis of the Impact of Foreign Direct Investment and Tariff Reform on Female and Male Wages
Lugg, Rosemary, Louise Morley, and Fiona Leach.
Country Profiles for Ghana and Tanzania: Economic, social and political contexts for widening participation in higher education
Maro, Godsteven P, Jerome P Mrema, Balthazar M Msanya, and James M Teri.
Farmers’ perception of soil fertility problems and their attitudes towards integrated soil fertility management for coffee in Northern Tanzania
Journal of Soil Science and Environmental Management 4, no. 5 (2013): 93-99.
The political and social economy of care: Tanzania Research Report I
The Impact of Globalisation on Tanzania’s Labour Market: Evidence from the Manufacturing Sector
Policy Dialogue for Accelerating Growth and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania, held at the Conference hall, ESRF.
July 28, 2005.
Mkenda, Beatrice Kalinda.
Globalisation and Job Insecurity in Tanzania’s Manufacturing Sector
Tanzania Journal of Development Studies 7, no. 1 (2007): 55-65.
The Role of Mobile Phones in Tanzania’s Informal Construction Sector: The Case of Dar es Salaam
Urban Forum 19, no. 2 (2008): 175-186.
Mpehongwa, Gasper Nzinyangwa.
The role of local government authorities in promotion of non~farm enterprises in Tanzania; an an'alysis of Iringa district
: Erasmus University, 2005.
Mwaipopo, Rosemarie, Wilson Mutagwaba, David Nyange, and Elanor Fisher.
Increasing the contribution of artisanal and small-scale mining to poverty reduction in Tanzania
Nurmsoo S, Michael.
Informal sector formalization in Tanzania: An alternative approach
East African Integration: Dynamics of Equity in Trade, Education, Media and Labour
Labour and Employment Inequalities in the Context of the East African Regional Integration Process (2011).
Palmer, Robert, Ruth Wedgwood, Rachel Hayman, and Edinburgh Centre African Studies.
Educating out of poverty?: a synthesis report on Ghana, India, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and South Africa
: DFID, 2007.
Child welfare and old-age security in female headed households in Tanzania
The contribution of female non-farm income to poverty reduction
Smit, Nicola, and Letlhokwa George Mpedi.
Social protection for developing countries: Can social insurance be more relevant for those working in the informal economy?
Law, Democracy & Development 14, no. 33 (2010).
Spangler A, Sydney.
“To Open Oneself Is a Poor Woman’s Trouble”
Medical Anthropology Quarterly 25, no. 4 (2011): 479-498.
Suarez Robles, Pablo.
Gender disparities in Africa's labour markets: An analysis of survey data from Ethiopia and Tanzania
Universite Paris-Est, 2012.
Tisimia, Visent Kipene.
Growth of small agro-processing firms and their influence on employment creation, Tanzania
PhD thesis, Sokoine University of Agriculture, 2014.
Education and poverty reduction in Tanzania
International Journal of Educational Development 27, no. 4 (2007): 383-396.
Wuyts, Marc, and Blandina Kilama.
Planning for Agricultural Change and Economic Transformation in Tanzania?
Journal of Agrarian Change (2015).
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