Prof. Hasa Mfaume Mlawa

 

Papers and Publications: Before January 1990

 

(g)        Published materials

 

-           'International Technology Transfer, Technology Capability and Dynamics of Industrial Development in Tanzania' Special issue of African Journal of Sociology devoted to issues of Industry, Technology and Development, December, 1985.

 

-           'Building Technological Capability for Micro-electronics in Tanzania in Advanced Technology Alert System ATAS', Journal of the UN Centre for Science and Technology for Development Vol. No. 2, New York, U.S.A. November, 1985.

 

-           Science and Technology for Development in Independent Namibia published as Chapter XXV in a book, Comprehensive Study on Namibia -Perspective for Reconstruction, - Hutchson Publishers, London - England, May 1986.

 

-           'Technology Policy and Planning in the Informal Sector; The Case of Food, Agriculture and Energy in Tanzania'; AFRICA DEVELOPMENT Vol. XI No. I, 1986 pp. 46-60.

 

-           'Bridging a Gap' - Review of a book authored by Sanjaya Lall, Learning to Industrialize the Acquisition of Technological Capability by India. The Review appeared in Science and Public Policy Journal Vol 16, No 3 June 1989 pp. 199-200.

 

 

ii.         Commissioned Studies

 

1.         Management and Technical Assistance Agreements and the Transfer of skills in Productive Units in Tanzania; October 1985. The Study was funded by Tanzania Investment Bank and carried out by S. Wangwe, P. Mihyo and H. Mlawa.

 

2.         Technology and Industrial Development in Tanzania (48 leaves), November 1988. A study prepared for a workshop on, Technology Transfer, Acquisition and Integration of Technology Policies with Industrial Policies held in Arusha, Tanzania - March 13 - 17, 1989.

 

3.         Vienna Programme of Action (VPA) on Science and Technology for Development - End of Decade Review (1979-89) in Africa (90 leaves). A study prepared for the Natural Resources Division of the UN Economic Commission for Africa Addis Ababa - Ethiopia. August, 1989.

 

4.         Technology Transfer and Development in Tanzania - An Evolutionary Perspective (53 leaves) A paper prepared for a UNIDO sponsored Forum of Appropriate Industrial Technology for Africa Held in Dakar, Senegal, November 6 - 10, 1989.

 

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  1. Trade Union and Poverty Reduction Initiatives in Tanzania – A Study Prepared for

             ILO/ACTRAV based in Addis-Ababa – Ethiopia, September 2001.

 

7.         A Socio-Economic Security Study on Dar es Salaam In-migrants – A Report prepared for IFP/SES – ILO, Geneva – Switzerland, September 2001.

 

8.         A Socio-Economic Security Study on Ex-Ujamaa Villages in Tanzania: A Report prepared for IFP/SES – ILO, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

9.         Workers’ Security in Tanzania – Tanzania Union of Industrial and Commercial Workers (TUICO).  A Report prepared for IFP/SES – ILO, Geneva – Switzerland. December 2001.

 

10.       Networking and Management of Technology Transfer in Tanzania for Sustainable Socio-Economic Development under Globalization – Keynote Address to COSTECH Workshop held on 13 August 2003.

 

11.       Emerging Issues in Science and Technology for Food Security and Sustainable Development in Africa – A Study prepared for UN Economic Commission for Africa, Addis Ababa – Ethiopia. July 2003.

 

  1. Social Policy Framework for Africa: Tanzania Report. A report prepared for AU/ LO-Addis Ababa , Ethiopia. September – 2003

 

  1. State of Bio Technology in Tanzania. Report Submitted to UNU/INTECH, Maastritch, The Netherlands. October 2007. Pgs 148

 

 

 

iii.        Book Reviews

 

1.         A review of a book manuscript by Prof. Howard Pack of Swarthmore College, U.S.A. and titled, 'Productivity,  Technology Choice and Project Design.' December 1984 The Review was accepted by the sponsor of the book - WORLD BANK; and the book came out in May 1987. Oxford Published the book.

 

2.         A review of a book produced by Prof. Charles Edquist -Technology Policy Centre Lund – Sweden. The book is titled, Capitalism, Socialism and Technology: A Comparative Study of Cuba and Jamaica. May 1986. The publishers of the book (ZED Publishing House) accepted the review.

 

3.         A review of a book produced by Prof. Norman Clark of Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) - University of Sussex - England. The book is titled 'The Political Economy of Science and Technology.' The book publishers accepted the review.

 

4.         A review of a draft background paper on Industry in Sub-Saharan Africa prepared by Sanjaya Lall of Oxford University. The World Bank have accepted the review (March 1987).

 

5.         A review of a report  prepared by the Commonwealth Science Council of Technological Indicators in Developing Countries. The Science Council of Commonwealth Secretariat accepted the review (September, 1987).

 

 

iv.        Publications After July 1990.

 

(a)        BOOKS

 

1.         Mlawa, H (1999) Technology Policies for Sustainable Development in Eastern Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe’ ISBN: 9976-60-291-X. Dar es Salaam University Press, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania ( with a foreword by H.E.Ali Hassan Mwinyi, President the United Republic of Tanzania - 1985 to 1990).

 

2.         Mlawa, H. and R.H.Green. eds (1998); Through Structural Adjustment to Transformation in sub Saharan Africa - Problems and Potentials. ISBN:99976-60-290-1 Dar es Salaam University Press,. Dar es Salaam -Tanzania. (with a foreword by Salim Ahmed Salim,. Secretary - General, Organisation of African Unity), Addis Ababa – Ethiopia).

 

3.         Bavu,I.K.; M.S.Sheya, H.M.Mlawa and S.J.Kawambwa eds (1997); Culture of Maintenance for Sustainable Development in Tanzania. ISBN: 9987-631-07-X TechMa Publication. (with a foreword by H.E.Benjamin William Mkapa, President the United Republic of Tanzania ).

 

4.         Mlawa, H. and B.Oyeyinka and O.Ogbu. eds (1995); Technology Policy and Practice in Africa. ISBN: 0-88936-790-6.  International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Ottawa - Canada.

 

           

 

(b)       CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

 

(i)         Chapters in the Structural Adjustment book; co-edited by H.M Mlawa and R.H. Green.

 

1.         Mlawa, H and R.Green (1998); Introduction; in Mlawa, H. and R.H.Green eds (1998) pp 3 – 18.

 

  1. Mlawa, H; (1998), Perspectives about Structural Adjustment and Transformation in sub Saharan Africa; in Mlawa, H. and R.H.Green eds (1998)pp 19 – 35.

 

3.         Mlawa, H; (1998), Industrialization, Adjustment and Transformation in sub Saharan Africa; in Mlawa, H. and R.H.Green eds (1998) pp 117 – 131.

 

4.         Mlawa, H; (1998), Technology, Adjustment and Development in sub Saharan Africa; in Mlawa, H. and R.H.Green eds (1998) pp 153 – 175.

 

  1. Mlawa, H and R. Green; (1998), Summary and Conclusion; in Mlawa,H. and R.H.Green eds (1998) pp 396 – 403

 

 

  • Chapters in the Technology and Development book co-edited by Mlawa. H, B.Oyeyinka

            and O.Ogbu.

 

1.         Mlawa, H; B.Oyeyinka and O.Ogbu (1995), Introduction in Mlawa, H; B.Oyeyinka and O.Obgu eds. (1995)  pp 3 – 6.

 

2.         Mlawa, H; B.Oyeyinka and O.Ogbu (1995) 'Understanding Deindustrialization and

                                    Technological Stagnation in sub Saharan Africa; A Framework' in

                                    Mlawa, H; B.Oyeyinka and O.Ogbu eds. (1995) pp 7 – 15.

 

3.         Mlawa, H;       Technical Change and Manufacturing Expansion in Tanzania; in Mlawa, H and B.Oyeyinka eds (1995) pp.  109 - 118

 

(iii)       Chapters in the edited book volume on 'Culture of Maintenance for Sustainable

            Development in Tanzania'

 

1.         Bavu, I.K, M.S.Sheya, H.M.Mlawa, and S.J.Kawambwa: 'Overview' pp 1 - 5.

 

2.         Mlawa. H.M and I.K.Bavu: 'Perspectives on Culture, Maintenance and Culture of

                                     Maintenance ' pp 6 - 23.

 

3.         Sheya.M.S, H.M.Mlawa; and I.K.Bavu,: 'The relationship between Culture of

                                     Maintenance and Sustainable Development'  pp 24-48.

 

4.         Sheya.M.S, I.K.Bavu, H.M.Mlawa, and S.J.Kawambwa:'Conclusion: Challenges and

                                    Recommendations' pp 121-126.

 

(iv)      Chapters in the book authored by H.M.Mlawa on 'Technology Policies for Sustainable

                                     Development in Eastern Africa ……….'

 

  1. Mlawa H.M. ''Introduction' pp 2 - 28

 

  1. Mlawa H.M. ''Technology Policy for Development in Kenya' pp 30 - 38

 

  1. Mlawa H.M. ''Technology Policy for Development in Tanzania' pp 44 - 54

 

  1. Mlawa H.M. ''Technology Policy for Development in Zambia' pp 68 - 75

 

  1. Mlawa H.M. ''Technology Policy for Development in Zimbabwe' pp 77 82

 

  1. Mlawa H.M. ''Failure to Develop Explicit Technology Policy for Development' 86-

                                    94

  1. Mlawa H.M. ''Conclusion: Challenges and Recommendations' 96 - 96

 

 

(c)        Reports

 

1.         Mlawa. H. and M.Sheya; ‘Science and Technology Situation in Tanzania’.  A Study

                                     commissioned by and executed for the Secretariat of Management of

                                    Science and Technology for Development in Africa. (MANSCI) based in

                                    Nairobi, Kenya. November 1990.

 

2.       Mlawa. H. and M.Sheya; ‘Profiles of R&D Institutions in Tanzania’.  A Study

                                    commissioned by and executed for the Secretariat of Management of

                                    Science and Technology for Development in Africa. (MANSCI) based in

                                    Nairobi, Kenya. December 1990.

           

3.         Mlawa,H.        ‘Science and Technology Management for Sustainable Development in Tanzania and Eastern Africa’. A Report prepared for and submitted to UNESCO Paris - France. April 1992.

 

4.         Mlawa,H.        ‘Culture of Maintenance:  Kenya, Tanzania and Zimbabwe’.  A Report prepared for and  submitted to UNESCO Paris - France. November 1993.

 

5.     Mlawa, H      Assistance  for Reform of the Tanzanian Science, Technology and Innovation System. Draft Rport submitted to UNESCO, Paris, January, 2008. Pgs 35

 

6,   Mlawa, H   Assistance  for THE PREPARATORY PHASE of the Reform of the Tanzanian Science, Technology and Innovation System. Draft Rport submitted to UNESCO,  Paris - France. January, 2008. Pgs 34

 

 

7.    Mlawa, H          Science, Technologt and Innovation in Tanzania – A Guide to the Conduct of  the International Review. Draft Report  submitted to UNESCO, Pris – France. January, 2008. 45 Pgs.

 

 

(d)       Reviews

 

A review of ATPS report; 'Generation and Utilization of Industrial Innovations in

                                     Nigeria'.  Authored by Oyeyinka et al.  September 1994.

 

A review of ATPS report;, 'Technical Change in the Textile Industry in Nigeria.'  

                                    Authored by Laditan,G.O.A.  September 1994.

 

A Review and Evaluation of RANDFORUM report; 'Methodology to Assess the

                                    Quality and Range of Science and Technology (S&T) Capacity in

                                    Africa’. December, 1995.

 

Review of a book titled, 'Innovation in East Asia; The Challenge to Japan' authored by

                                    Michael Hobday (SPRU,Sussex) and published by Edward Elgar,(1995)

                                    England, UK.