Francis Aron Mwaijande

Francis Aron Mwaijande
Mzumbe University (MU) · Department of Social Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Additional affiliations
October 1990 - present
Mzumbe University (MU)
Position
  • Senior Lecturer
Education
August 2003 - June 2008
University of Arkansas
Field of study
  • Public Policy

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Publications (5)
Technical Report
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This article sets out data and issues in relation to fish-farming in Tanzania with the objective of generating information to inform policy decisions required for the transformations in the fish-farming into a viable commercial activity. It identifies challenges within the sector that should be addressed through policy reform. Fish farming in Tanza...
Conference Paper
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Genetically modified (GM) rice has been developed to confer pest resistance, herbicide tolerance and health benefits, yet regulatory, policy and market barriers prevent commercialization of GM rice. This study assesses factors based on consumer survey results that assess acceptance of GM rice in 5 selected countries, namely, Bangladesh, Colombia, G...
Conference Paper
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Genetically modified (GM) rice has been developed to confer agronomic benefits such as tolerance to herbicides, drought, flood, and salinity, and resistance to insects, as well as health benefits such as improved vitamin content. Yet regulatory, policy and market barriers including perceptions of consumer and producer unwillingness to purchase and...
Article
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The value of focus group research is becoming more evident throughout the social sciences, as academicians and practitioners alike search for better ways to investigate and analyze human interactions, beliefs and attitudes in all kinds of business and social situations and contexts. The study of international agricultural development is no exceptio...

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