About Abel Alfred Kinyondo
Dr. Abel Kinyondo is a Principal Research Fellow at REPOA and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Dar Es Salaam (DUCE). Previously he worked as a Director of Strategic Research at REPOA and Head of Economics and Geography Department at DUCE. He has also previously worked for the United Nations Development Program. He holds a Ph.D. from Monash University (Australia), a distinction in Master of Art (Economics) Degree from the University of Botswana and a first class Economics Degree from the University of Namibia. Dr. Kinyondo has over 10 years of researching experience having published in internationally reputable journals such as in the Oxford’s Development Studies and Parliamentary Affairs. He has also led several teams of experts in formulating various socioeconomic policies, regulations and codes of ethics in Tanzania and beyond. Dr. Kinyondo currently investigates issues pertaining to enterprise development, employment, industrialization, natural resources management as well as governance.
enterprise development, employment, industrialization, natural resources management as well as governance.
Governance and Parliaments (9)
Strengthening parliaments in nascent democracies: the need to prioritize legislative ...
Australasian Parliamentary Review (2013)
Despite various initiatives geared towards improving the effectiveness of the parliament, which include, but are not limited to parliamentary training ...
Growth and Economic Development (20)
Enhancing Rural Livelihoods in Tanzania: A small-holder farmers' perspective
International Journal of Accounting and Economics Studies (2017)
Poverty reduction has been a difficult milestone for Tanzania to achieve despite recording remarkable economic growth over the past decade. ...
The Relationship between Stock Market Capitalization and Money Demand in ...
International Journal of World History and Economics (2015)
This paper investigates the relationship between stock market capitalization (MC) and money demand in Tanzania between 2000 and 2010. Findings ...