IGC Tanzania delivers and supports work by world-leading academics, with a particular focus in the areas of macroeconomic management, firm capabilities, urbanisation, and natural resources.
COVID-19 in Tanzania: Is business as usual response enough?
Sustainable electricity pricing in Tanzania
Population growth, internal migration, and urbanisation in Tanzania - Phase 2
Urbanisation, growth and poverty reduction: The role of secondary towns
Monetary policy in Tanzania: Looking back on 10-years of BoT and IGC contributions
IGC Tanzania was established in 2008 – the first in-country programme of the IGC.
Further core areas of focus have emerged over time, to include firm capabilities, urbanisation, and energy. This has followed extended consultation with policymakers, think tanks, academia, business groups, and civil society. As demand for IGC’s work has broadened, our network of stakeholders has widened accordingly. Key work conducted in these areas has included research into industrial capabilities, land titling, rural-urban migration, and preparation for natural gas.
IGC Policy Economists support the engagement from London.
A compendium summarising all of IGC Tanzania’s research projects since the beginning of the country programme is available here.