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Tadesse:Institutional Dimension of Paym
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Erscheinungsdatum: 05.08.2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Institutional Dimension of Payments for Environmental Services, Titelzusatz: Lessons for Tanzania, Autor: Tadesse, Jemal Ahmed, Verlag: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K., Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 188, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 298 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Institutional Dimension of Payments for Environ...
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Institutional Dimension of Payments for Environmental Services ab 67.99 € als Taschenbuch: Lessons for Tanzania. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

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Making Tanzania a Cashless Society
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Science and technology, expansion of business ideas and channels across the world have caused the discovery of easiest, comfortable and convenient means of making payments. The same has also been pushed by the life styles of societies and the aspect of globalization as well. Today, making payment has been made so simple to the extent that a million dollar bill can be made by a single click of a mobile phone button or by inserting few numbers into the payment system. It becomes very difficult then to draw a picture of how barter trade was carried out when you compare with these sophisticated means of making payments. This book discusses the experience of Tanzania in East Africa in making itself a cashless society. A lot has been done to creating level playing field in telecommunication and banking sector. Legal challenges have been discussed in length and lessons from other jurisdictions have been drawn in order to get a wider picture of how to live cashless. This book is suitable for law students, information technology practitioners as well as policy and decision making bodies. It is also useful for investors in the field of finance, electronic finance in particular.

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Institutional Dimension of Payments for Environ...
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Due to the degradation of ecosystem worldwide, the valuable environmental services they provide have also declined. One of the important reasons for this fact is that many of the environmental services provided by the forest are characterized by their public good nature like carbon sequestration or are associated with positive externalities like watershed services. As a result there has been a growing search for the solution among which Payment for Environmental Services is one. The central principle of the PES approach is that those who provide environmental services should be compensated for doing so and that those who receive the services should pay for their provision. Although there has been global experimentation with Payments for Watershed Service schemes for almost a decade, there has been no any real scheme in Africa. However, recently there are some initiatives in this continent too among which the Equitable Payment for Watershed of Tanzania is one. This work investigates what this scheme could learn from other projects with regard to roles of government sector, social capital, property rights, and transaction costs to the success of the schemes.

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REDD+ Challenges of attaining Distributive Justice
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Climate change is a phenomenon, continuously researched, documented, debated and influencial to natural resource governance policies. Mitigating both predicted and ongoing climatic changes is even more challenging especially amid varrying perceptions of and means to attaining distributive justice. The differences in the views of distributive justice go beyond mention and make the use of compensations in PES schemes even tougher. Responding to this challenge of attaining distributive justice calls for an indepth screaning of these REDD+ sites and locals' perceptions along with preferences in regards to both distributive justice and proposed compensation formats stated for PES schemes.This work relates REDD+ and PES experiences in Brazil, Vietnam and Tanzania to environmental justice principles of distribution, representation and process., and compensation formats of in-kind, cash and both in-kind and cash payments under PES.

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Making Markets More Inclusive
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Most studies of doing business at the "bottom of the economic pyramid" focus on viewing the poor as consumers, as micro-entrepreneurs, or as potential employees of local companies. Almost no analysis focuses on the poor as primary producers of agricultural commodities a striking omission given that primary producers are by far the largest segment of the working-age population in developing economies.Making Markets More Inclusive bridges the management literature with original research on agricultural value chains in developing and emerging economies. This exciting work is the first to delve into the skills, capabilities, strategies and approaches needed for inclusive value chain development. McKague shows how NGOs and companies can connect poor producers in developing economies with the right markets to better create social and economic impact. He also analyzes one of the leading agricultural value chain initiatives in the world, which is being replicated by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in several different value chains in Malawi, Tanzania, Ghana, India, and Mali.Want more? Check out these compelling videos, which provide a glimpse into the stories and examples used throughout the book.Video Trailer for Making Markets More Inclusive. Farmer Training. Kallani Rani increased the productivity of her cows, become a cattle feed seller in her village (Chapter 6), and opened a fresh milk canteen in her local market (Chapter 7). She now trains other women farmers and works to improve opportunities for women in her community (Chapter 5).Animal Health Care Services. Asma Husna trained to be an animal health worker with CARE to provide important animal health services and education to local farmers on a fee-for-service basis (Chapter 6).Cattle Feed Shops. Fulera Akter started a business as a cattle feed seller after demand for nutritional animal feed grew due to farmers' improved knowledge of nutrition (Chapter 6).Savings Groups. Coauthor Muhammad Siddiquee, the Coordinator of Agriculture and Value Chain Programs at CARE Bangladesh, discusses the value of farmer savings groups (Chapter 6).Milk Collection. Sarothi Rani became a milk collector to earn an improved income for her family and provide an important service to other dairy farmers in her community (Chapter 7).Digital Fat Testing. Introducing digital fat testing machines into the dairy value chain helped reward farmers for making investments in producing higher quality milk, as well as ensuring transparent and timely payments (Chapter 7).Microfranchising. Supporting agricultural input shop owners with training, relationships to suppliers, common branding, and standardized customer services improves the productivity of smallholder farmers and the profitability of shops (Chapter 12).Bangladesh Dairy Value Chain Learning. Reflections from some of the 40 CARE staff from 17 countries who came to Bangladesh to learn from the experience of the dairy value chain project (Chapter 15).

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REDD+ Challenges of attaining Distributive Justice
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Climate change is a phenomenon, continuously researched, documented, debated and influencial to natural resource governance policies. Mitigating both predicted and ongoing climatic changes is even more challenging especially amid varrying perceptions of and means to attaining distributive justice. The differences in the views of distributive justice go beyond mention and make the use of compensations in PES schemes even tougher. Responding to this challenge of attaining distributive justice calls for an indepth screaning of these REDD+ sites and locals' perceptions along with preferences in regards to both distributive justice and proposed compensation formats stated for PES schemes.This work relates REDD+ and PES experiences in Brazil, Vietnam and Tanzania to environmental justice principles of distribution, representation and process., and compensation formats of in-kind, cash and both in-kind and cash payments under PES.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Institutional Dimension of Payments for Environ...
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Due to the degradation of ecosystem worldwide, the valuable environmental services they provide have also declined. One of the important reasons for this fact is that many of the environmental services provided by the forest are characterized by their public good nature like carbon sequestration or are associated with positive externalities like watershed services. As a result there has been a growing search for the solution among which Payment for Environmental Services is one. The central principle of the PES approach is that those who provide environmental services should be compensated for doing so and that those who receive the services should pay for their provision. Although there has been global experimentation with Payments for Watershed Service schemes for almost a decade, there has been no any real scheme in Africa. However, recently there are some initiatives in this continent too among which the Equitable Payment for Watershed of Tanzania is one. This work investigates what this scheme could learn from other projects with regard to roles of government sector, social capital, property rights, and transaction costs to the success of the schemes.

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ICT Law Book. A Source Book for Information and...
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Recent developments in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have brought about changes that have revolutionalised traditional ways of conducting business. While these developments in cyberspace bear legal implications, legal regimes in some African countries such as Tanzania have not kept pace with the changes in order to properly regulate related activities happening under cyberspace. This volume attempts to bridge the gap between the Law and ICT developments in East Africa. It attempts to respond to questions such as: What is Cyber Law? How are Parties Identified under a Relationship in a Cyberspace Environment? How are Banking and other Cyber Payments Done? What about Combating Cyber Crime and Managing E-Commerce? What is the Impact of ICT on Intellectual Property Rights? And, how are Internet Domain Names Regulated? The volume is a useful handbook for those who want to understand the changing legal guidelines in relation to developments in ICT.

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