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Mr Deogratius Mhella

The Changing Political Economy of the Banking Sector in Tanzania: From Financial Exclusion to Financial Inclusion, 2006-2015

Biography

I research the changing political economy of the banking sector in Tanzania. In doing so, I examine the changing dynamics of financial exclusion and inclusion, and how these dynamics have given rise to the mobile money sector, which in turn has facilitated the transformation of the banking sector. My dissertation is: “The Changing Political Economy of the Banking Sector in Tanzania: From Financial Exclusion to Financial Inclusion, 2006-2015”.

I have extensive knowledge of economic and political processes of development involving some parts of Western Europe, USA and Africa, having worked or researched in these regions. I enjoy researching or working on economic and political issues. I have work experience that includes several national and international organizations. I am teaching 'Comparative Government Politics' in 2018/2019 academic year.

 

My research interests are in the following areas:

• International Development;

• International Finance;

• Sustainable Development;

• Economic Growth and Development;

• Political Economy;

• Financial Sector Reforms;

• International Relations.