RESEARCHERS' PROFILES

N/A Researcher Area of Research Interest
1. Mr. Abdulmalik A. Hamad
 Financial management, Business, financial analysis, Financial policy
2.

Mr. Adolf Kamuzora

Cyber security and analytics, secure mechanism design 

3.

CPA. Alberto Alfred Mgulunde

Education, Banking, Accounting and Finance 

4.

Mr. Alexander Arsenius Makanta

Information System, Computer Networks, Algorithm

5.

Dr. Alsen F. Kapinga

ICT4D, Public Administration, Entrepreneurship and Empowerment, Human Resource Managemet

6.

Ms. Atupakisye Simon Mwakolo

Commercial Laws

7.

Ms. Amanda B. Mollel

Customer service, Digital marketing, Marketing Strategy.

8.

Mr. Baraka Israel

Lean supply chain, logistics, contract management, strategic and public procurement.

9.

Mr. Baraka Mwasampeta

 Computer Security, Computer Networks, Application of ICT in Education

10.

Dr. Barnabas Maagi

E-procurement, Strategic Procurement and Supply Chain Management

11.

Mr. Benedict P. Mwakabungu

Quantitative research, Macroeconomics with focus on Tourism and foreign capital flows for economic growth and development 

12.

Dr. Chacha Magasi

Marketing management, Innovation and entrepreneurship, Business management, SMEs development and management, Business Planning, Business sustainability, Leadership

13.

Mr. Christopher D. Ngalya

Modeling of Infectious Disease, Optimization and Operational Research

14.

Mr. Clement B. Matogwa

Education, Economic dynamics, Quantitative research modelling(Mathematical modelling and Simulation)

15 Mr. Damian M. Assey Public Administration & Governance, Entrepreneurship And Empowerment, Human Resources Management, General Management
15.

Mrs. Debora Chelestino Kisinga

Supply Chain Management, Value Chain Management, Procurement and Logistics Management

16.

Mr. Deus P. Kabelele

Procurement and Contract Management, Procurement Audit, Transport and Logistics Management, Supply Chain Management, e-Procurement and e-Supply Chain Management.

17.

Ms. Diana Deus Ndyamukama

Epidemiology, Higher Education, Mathematical Science.

18.

Dr. Dickson Pastory

Accounting, finance, auditing, research methods, Commercial banking, and Microfinance

19. Mr. Dismas Nziku Management, Economic dynamics, production & procurement
20.

Mr. Dioscory M. Majaliwa

Marketing, Entrepreneurship and management

21.

Ms. Dorice M. Dengenesa

Marketing Management, and Entrepreneurship

22.

Prof. Edda Tandi Lwoga

Information science, information systems, social computing, research methods, systematic reviews and meta-analysis

23.

Dr. Emmanuel Munishi

Migration, Urbanisation, Social resilience, sustainable development & livelihoods, Qualitative research, youth employability

24.

Ms. Evelyne F. Magambo

Stock Markets, Financial Literacy, Higher Education, Small Businesses, Gender Inclusion

25.

Mr. Furaha Ndakije Rashid

Agricultural production economics, natural resources management, rural livelihood, Economic policy analysis, agriculture development, agribusiness and rural financing, and value chain analysis..

26.

Mr. Francis P. Daudi

Sales and Marketing

27.

Mr. Francis Oscar Haule

ICT4D, e-LEARNING

28.

Mr. Filimon Abel Mgandu

Data science / Big data, Data Analytics, Statistics and Probability Theories, Computer programming and Mathematical modelling

29.

Dr. Godfrey Isaac Mwandosya

Design science research, educational technology (mobile education), innovative teaching and learning, innovative curriculum development expert, collaborative teaching and learning, ICT consultant, Management information system expert, mixed research, and challenge based research. 

30.

Mr Goodluck Goldian Ntangeki

Procurement Contract Management, Procurement Risk management, Finance accessibility and Loan Management, Asset Management, Supply chain Management &Transport and Logistics Management

31.

Mr. Gordian Stanslaus Bwemelo

Marketing and Entrepreneurship

32.

Dr. Grace J. Mpuya

Gender, Environmental Management, Solid Waste Management, Public Private Partnership

33. Mr. Haji Athumani Msangi Agricultural and rural development, Land economics and governance, Agri-food systems, Economics of climate change
34.

Mr. Herick Laiton Kayange

Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Complex Network, Operation Research and Epidemiological Disease Mathematical Modeling and analysis.

35.

Ibrahim M. Issa

Food Supply chain in Urban Areas; Intermediaries Role in the Supply Chain of Urban Based activities; Selected Activities of Business Supply Chain-Qualitative Research

36.

Mr. Ibrahim M. Fanuel

Application of ODE in modelling natural phenomena, Statistical Modelling, Machine Learning (Computer Vision) and Operational Research.

37.

Mr. Innocent Shau

Accounting, Banking, Credit management, Capital market and financial securities, Financial management, Risk management, Project finance

38.

Ms. Jackline V. Karondo

Business communication and communication, Digital learning and smart Education, Human resource development and Gender issues

39.

Mr. Jailos M. Nzumile

Laser Technology, Manufacturing Engineering, Quality Engineering, Operation Research

40.

Dr. Japhet Mtaturu

Agricultural and Financial Economics

 41.

Ms. Janeth Francis Mputa 

Office Management, Records Management, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, and Business Administration 

42.

Mr. Joel Rumanyika 

Management information systems (MIS), computer networking and administration, computer network security, java programming, website designing, mobile computing, wireless networks, information and communication technology for development(ICT4D) electronic commerce(TPC-W benchmark), multiprotocol label switching (MPLS), routing protocol, project planning and management, environmental planning and management, urban and land issues & design science research ICT4D projects

43.

John M. Lelo

Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, General Management, Human Resource and Marketing

44. Dr. Josephine Philip Churk Communication Technology for Development, Digital Economy, Digital Media Studies, Digital Policy Making, Youth Digital Practices, Development Studies, Gender and Development, Digital City Studies, Research Methodology.
45.

Mr. Joseph Haule

Wireless Sensor Networks, Wireless and Fibre Optic Communications, Mobile and Cloud Computing, Computer Systems and Network Security and Administration, Cryptography

46.

Mr. Karugaba Rugaimukamu 

Marketing Management, Consumer Behaviour, Small Business Development, Sustainability.

47.

Dr. Leontine Mkebukwa

Information Science 

48.

Ms. Leticia Mahuwi

 Procurement and Supplies Management

49. Ms. Lilian Otieno Literacy skills development.
50. Ms. Lortha Libent Marketing, Entrepreneurship and management.
51.

Ms. Madina Hamisi Juma

Education Technology, Curriculum Development, Professionalism and Ethics in education, Inclusive education, Science education, Digitizing society, Smartphone for financial management among informal saving groups for sustainable development & livelihoods, Design Science Research, and Qualitative research,

52.

Dr. Mariam Ally Tambwe

Entrepreneurship, marketing, business management, gender issues and education

53.

Ms. Martha Mganga

Information Science

54.

Ms. Margareth A. Mapunda

Marketing management, service marketing- tourism, & mobile marketing

55.

Dr. Meshack L. Siwandeti

Electronic Procurement, Supply chain management, Logistics and Transport management, Inventory control, Green procurement management, International Procurement, Quantitative research, Qualitative research, SEM applicability in research, Youth self-employment, gender balance in education, Big data analytics

56.

Mr. Michal M. Msikela

Small business, entrepreneurship, informal business, microfinance, business relationships, land use planning and business

57.

Mohamed H. Mohamed

Leadership and Management, Human Resource Management, Strategic Planning, Public Policy, Gender Analysis and Organization Behaviour.

58.

Mr. Musa Saimon Profile

Language Literacy Development and Assessment, Academic Writing, Mobile Technology Integration in Education, Language and Gender, Inclusive Health Communication, Inclusive Education Teacher Education, Curriculum Development, Implementation and Assessment

59.

Ms. Mwasu S. Kinala

Strategic Marketing

60.

 Dr. Nasibu Rajabu Mramba

Informal economy/Sector, Street Vending, Small Business, ICT4D, M4D, marketing, management

61.

Ms. Neema Ngowi

Application of Modern Technology in improving the Procurement functions, Value Engineering and Value Analysis in Procurement Management and Supply Chain Management, Supply Market Intelligence in the context of Supply Chain Management and Procurement Management.

62.

Mr. Nuran Mwasha

Finance, Banking, Education and Entrepreneurship

63.

Mr. Paul Magoge

Educational Technology, Digital Forensics, Blockchain Technology.

64.

Dr. Peter Tengaa

Applied Mathematics and Statistics

65.

Dr. Petro Kabipi Maziku

Economics & Agribusiness, Market Linkage and Value Chain management, International Trad and Policy analyst, Project Management, Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Data handling and analysis. Business management, farmers’ group formation and Business plan.

66. Mr. Richard P. Benaya Public procurement, Supply Chain Management, Quality and productivity improvement by KAIZEN methodology, Customer management, Quantitative research, Doc
ument proofreading and setting, Proposal writing
67. Mr. Richard M. Alphonce Curriculum development, classroom instruction as well as teachers' professional development on Language and subject content learning integration in Education
68. Ramadhani Mtongori Performance Management in Banking industry, Financial Management, Performance Management in areas of cost ascertainment and control in Manufacturing and service industry, Financial Reporting in organization, Investment analysis and Financial systems analysis.
69. Dr. Richard Msacky Service Delivery in the Socio-economic Sectors, Policy Assessment, Management of Human Resources, Conflict Management, Economic Diplomacy, Project Management, Performance Management in Local Government Authority, Decentralization by Devolution, Behaviour of the Organisation, Decision Making, Organisational Development, Community Development and Good Governance
70.

Dr. Respickius Olifage Casmir

Computer Systems and Network Security, Cryptography, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Design and Development, Enterprise Architecture (EA) Development, IT Governance, Distributed Systems, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning, IT Risks Analysis and Network Vulnerability Assessment, Business Process Re-Engineering

71.

Dr. Robert Mashenene Galan

Entrepreneurship & Business Enterprise, Business Models in Wildlife Management, Marketing Management, Service Quality, Human Resources Management

72.

Mr. Salim Saika

Computer Architecture, Computing for Development, Security and Privacy, Systems and Networking

73.

Mr. Shadrack Mwaiseje 

Procurement, Supply chain, Warehousing, Value chain, Logistics

74.

Ms. Sia Abduel Msella

Law, International law, Public International Law, International Trade Law

75.

Ms. Subilaga S. Mwambeta

Business/Commercial Law, Cyber-crime Law.

76. 

Ms. Shakila M. Kisampa

Education Management

77. 

Mr. Stephen Donald

Computer Programming, Machine Learning and Block chain Technology

78.

Dr. Upendo Brilliant Cornell Nyamanza

Marketing, Business Management, and SMEs financial inclusion

79.

Ms. Veronica P. Kundy

Project analysis, capital structure, risk management, financial management, loan management, PPP in revenue collection, financial institutions, Business valuation and financial statement analysis.

80. Dr. William Clifford Gomera  Accounting, Taxation, Finance, Micro, Small and Medium Businesses Management, Business Informatics & Formalizing the Informal Business Operations
81. Mr. Wilfred Madata Education, Communication & Linguistics
82 Mr. Laban Gasper Letema Finance, Mathematics and Statistics

History of CBE

The COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION (CBE) was established in 1965 by the Act of the Parliament. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Act No. 31 of 1965. His Excellency, J.K. Nyerere, the first President of the United Republic of Tanzania officially opened the new College in January 1965. The College was officially named the “College of Business Education” (CBE). The said Act of Parliament gives the College its legal status as an autonomous institution with its Governing Body. The College shall be governed and administered in accordance with the provisions of this Act.

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