Parliament Control and the Accountability Of public Enterprises IN Tanzania

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University of Dar es Salaam
The purpose of the study is to examine the system of control and and accountability in Tanzania’s public enterprises, its constraints, consequences and a possible alternative system. The introduction identifies the problem within the perspective of other public enterprise research in Tanzania. The second chapter discuses the major characteristics of public enterprises and their relationship with the government and the public as the basic for the need to study their control structures. The third chapter identifies and analyses the characteristics power relation within the public corporation model as adopted in Tanzania and other third world countries. The fourth, fifth and sixth chapters examine the operational aspects of the external control mechanisms provided by this model and highlight the socio-economic and political asses and consequences of their failure to provide their declared and desired results. The last chapter discusses the consequences of the application of this model to Tanzania in the light of its declared policy of socialism, suggests an alternative approach, its possible constraints and how they may be overcome.
Available in print form, East Africana Collection, Dr.Wilbert Chagula Library, class mark (THS EAF HJ9110.F62)
Local finance, Fixed assets management, Local goverments, Dar es Salaam
Mieyo, Paschal Buberwa (1986) Parliament Control and the Accountability Of public Enterprises IN Tanzania, Doctoral dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam