Innocent M. Pantaleo Bio

Name: Innocent M. Pantaleo, B.A (Economics), M.A (Economics), PhD (Economics) (Dar)

Title:     Lecturer, Department of Economics, College of Social Sciences, University of Dar es Salaam

Area of Specialization:

Health Economics, Taxation, Macro Modelling, Public Sector Economics, Policy Analysis, environment and gender


  1. Babu, W.A, I.M. Pantaleo and M.O. A. Ndanshau (2020) “Econometric Analysis of the Impact of Taxes on Private Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa”, African Journal of Economic Review, Vol. 8, No. 1,pp. 176-197
  2. Pantaleo, I (2020) “Are Households in Tanzania Vulnerable to Poverty”, Business Management Review, Vol 23, No. , pp. 19-30
  3. with Temba, G (2019) “Socio-Economic Determinants of Diarrhoeal Morbidity among Children in Tanzania”, African Journal of Economic Review, Vol. VII, 2, pp. 147-164
  4. with Kisanga, E (2018). “An Assessment of Tanzania’s Approach on Oil and Gas Revenue Management”, in O. Kweka and H. Majamba Ed. Scientific, Legal and Social Economic Aspects of Oil and Gas in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam: TUKI, UDSM, ISBN. 9789976535518
  5. Pantaleo, I (2018) “Consumption Dyanamics in Kagera Region in Tanzania, 1991-2010”, Tanzania Economic Review, Vol. 8, 1&2, pp.20-37
  6. with Chagama, A (2018) “Impact of Microfinance Institutions on Household Welfare in Tanzania: Propensity Score Matching Approach”, The African Review, Vol.45, No. 2,pp.168-203
  7. With J. Silas (2017) “Dynamic of Health Inequality in Kagera Region in Tanzania, 1991-2010” , Tanzania Economic Trends, Vol.7, No 1& 2, pp.112-125
  8. Pantaleo, I (2016) “Poverty Dynamics in Kagera Region-1991-2010”, Unpublished PhD Dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam
  9. with Karamagi, I.J, (2013) “Private Saving Behaviour and Ricardian Equivalence Theorem in Tanzania”, Business Management Review, Vol 16,pp.78-91
  10. with Karamagi, I.J. and S.L.Kirama (2011). “The Distribution of Education Resources among A-Level Secondary Schools in Tanzania”, in G. Kahyarara, L. Lokina and J. Mduma Ed. Efficacy of Tanzanian Higher Education: Productivity, Efficiency and Equity, Dar es Salaam: Dar es Salaam University Press (DUP).
  11. With Karamagi, I.J. and S.L. Kirama (2010). “Admission Qualifications and Performance in Tertiary Education: A Case of Undergraduate Programmes at the University of Dar es Salaam”, Tanzanian Economic Trends, Vol. 21, No.1, 2010,pp.93-114.
  12. with  Cecilia Lutrel (2008) “Budget Support, Aid Instruments and the Environment-The Tanzania Country Context”, ODI Papers,-A Paper that was tracking expenditures and aid on Environmental Issues



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