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Banking Law and Public Policy: Recent Developments in Zimbabwean Law
(Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1997)
The Tariff Policy of Rhodesia, 1899-1963
(Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1968-06)
The purpose of this paper is to outline, in a more convenient form than is at present available, the development of Rhodesian tariff policy from the beginning of the century to the end of the Federal period. It is hoped ...
Value added taxation
(Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1967-12)
We now face the possibility of a radical alteration—I hesitate to use so emotive a term as “reform”—in our country’s tax system. We face the possible introduction of an entirely new tax, and one which may, I think, be ...
The Report of the Franzen Commission and the Rhodesian Budget
(Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1969-12)
I want to discuss how the recommendations contained in the Report of the Franzen Commission have been applied in the latest Rhodesian Budget. So much has already been said and written about the Budget that it is surprising ...
Incorporating Co-Operative Principles, Methods And Procedures Into The Structural Organisation Of Public Enterprises In Zimbabwe For State Subsidisation Of Socl4list Accumulation
(Institute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe) (ZIDS), 1986)
Before independence, emphasis in the sphere of cooperative development was on input supply and marketing cooperatives and every attempt was made to discourage and proscribe any nascent collective cooperative largely on ...
Cost Recovery and its Implications for Student Teachers in Government Teacher Education Colleges in Zimbabwe
(Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC); University of Zimbabwe, 1998-07)
Cost recovery measures imposed on Third World nations have had a perversive impact on the social welfare of the poor. Education is one of the areas in which this impact has been experienced. In Zimbabwe, the introduction ...
Reforming Public Sector Enterprise: A Case For Commercialisation
(Institute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe) (ZIDS), 1994-06)
The major concern of the Zimbabwe government is the size of its budget deficit and all that come with it. In particular, the source of resources to finance the deficit, its impact on the productive sectors of the economy; ...
Agricultural Marketing And Price Policy In Malawi
(Department of Land Management (DLM) ; University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1982)
Malawi has one of the highest population densities 'in Africa - 67 persons per sq-. km or only 0.9 ha. per capita of arable land, (l980) including national, parks and forest reserves. Malawi has no mineral resources and ...
Major Institutional Requirements for Successful Economic Development
(Rhodesian Economic Society. University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1968-12)
Let me begin this paper with a quote from an article published in the Rhodesian Journal of Economics: “If one assumes an incremental capital- output ratio for Rhodesia of the order of 3 :1 and a desired rate of economic ...
Option Pricing Model with Time-Varying Volatility
(Department of Economics. University of Zimbabwe (UZ.), 1991-10)
The paper extends the option pricing model of Merlon (1973) with lime-varying volatility of the underlying security. We develop the theoretical option model. Time-varying volatility is constructed by fitting a lime-polynomial ...