Finance and Business Management

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  1. Building Capacity on Financial Literacy and Modern Business Management for Women and Special Needs Groups in Tanzania: This research area focuses on empowering women and special needs groups by providing them with the necessary knowledge and skills in financial literacy and modern business management. The aim is to enhance their entrepreneurial capabilities and enable them to thrive in local and international business environments.
  2. Enhancing Capital Market Management, Spin-offs, and Venture Capital Management: This research area aims to develop strategies and best practices for effective capital market management, including the management of spin-offs and venture capital. The focus is on supporting the growth and success of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), fostering their ability to meet local and international business standards, and leveraging global business drivers for sustainable growth.
  3. Investigating the Performance of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Business Expansion in Tanzania: This research area seeks to understand the impact and performance of foreign direct investment in Tanzania, as well as the factors influencing business expansion. The aim is to provide insights and recommendations to improve the overall business environment and attract more foreign investments while fostering sustainable business expansion within the country.

Through research conducted in these areas, the Tanzania Institute of Accountancy (TIA) aims to contribute to the development of effective financial and business management practices, promote inclusivity and empowerment, and facilitate sustainable economic growth in Tanzania.

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