Subsistence farming and cattle raising predominate. The sector is plagued by erratic rainfall and poor soils. Tourism is also important to the economy. The Orapa project doubled the capacity of the country's main diamond mine from early
Tanzanian Cultural Environment and Economic Growth Tanzanian Cultural Environment and Economic Growth It seems logical to believe that our culture must have a significant effect on our economic fate and prospects.
But such outcome is interlocked with political behavior and economic decisions of the past Click here to read more Tanzanian Cultural Environment and Economic Growth It seems logical to believe that our culture must have a significant effect on our economic fate and prospects.
But such outcome is interlocked with political behavior and economic decisions of the past, such that dynamic variables that interplay, make it difficult to determine whether the cultural backdrop has had a net effect or not on economic growth.
The cultural environment that we are talking about is a total sum of habits, values, beliefs, principles, taboos, and preferences of tribal, social and age groups of people that appear as acceptable ways of doing things.
In many instances, modernity interfaces with cultural behaviors: Our culture is under stress from intrusion of modernity, relocation of habitat or pecuniary needs; and it thus can change rapidly with time.
Culture habits being good or bad can be intentionally promoted or even created by the society or groups of those who stand to gain from it. Cultural norms can also be responsive to economic, financial, political, and social forces.
Furthermore, cultural changes can reflect or mimic knowledge of alternative cultures, leading to assimilation of new languages or axioms, religion, and other domains.
A particular culture can influence transaction costs and in that way economic outcomes. In a specific economic space, culture affects the behavior of individual persons as well as institutions. At the institutional level, cultural influences are thus regulated by rules and written procedures to minimize informality that often reflects individual habit preferences.
There is a certain amount of policy measures that society and government can put in place that might promote growth enhancing culture to achieve good governance, probity, judicious use of resources, sense of equity in allocation of resources, respect for law and order, etc, and which must also be protected by law.
The aim of the current topic is to stimulate discussion on how the cultural environment affects economic growth and poverty reduction. More specifically, the intention is to solicit for ideas on precise culture policy measures that should be highlighted in the Tanzania Growth Strategy.
We would like you to focus on the following broad questions: Does our culture contribute to economic impoverishment of individual persons?
What can be done at the policy level to mitigate this phenomenon?
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