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Department Chairperson

Stanley Idanai Murangwa

BSc Hon in Economics (UZ)
MBA (ZOU) Graduate Diploma in Marketing (Institute of Marketing Management) Graduate Diploma in Advertising (Institute of Marketing Management) Contact Details Cell: 0772 387 867 Tel: 02020-68153 Manicaland Region

Department Staff

  • Ayiri Gudyanga
    Ayiri Gudyanga

 

  • Samson Bizamare
    Samson Bizamare
  • Martin Retselang Karonga
    Martin Retselang Karonga
  • Amos Tendai Munzara
    Amos Tendai Munzara
Ayiri Gudyanga

Master of Business Administration (Zimbabwe Open University, 2012)

Bachelor of Science in Economics (University of Zimbabwe, 1992)

Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Theology (Pan-Africa Christian University, 2008)

Location: Mashonaland West Regional Campus

                  5425 Glassglow Industrial Site

                 P.O. Box 285

                Chinhoyi

                Tel: 263-212-4050, 6106, 9345-7

Samson Bizamare

Master of Policy Studies (Southern African Regional Institute for Policy Studies, 1999)

Bachelor of Science Honours in Economics (University of Zimbabwe, 1988)

Area of Specialisation: Development Economics

Location: Manicaland Regional Campus

                 Stand 992 “C” Avenue

                P.Bag V7480

                Mutare

Martin Retselang Karonga

Master of Business Administration (Nottingham Trent University, 2000)

Bachelor of Arts in Economics  (Middlesex Polytechnic, 1984)

Chartered Institute of Marketing Diploma (Middlesex University, 1994)

Area of Specialisation: Development Economics

Location: Harare-Chitungwiza Regional Campus

                 Stand 9194, Alpes Road

Hatcliffe, Harare

Tel: 086880007113 (voip)

 

Amos Tendai Munzara

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy in Development Economics (Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe, 2019)

Master of Commerce in Financial Economics (Great Zimbabwe University, Zimbabwe, 2015)

Master of Business Administration (Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe, 2010)

BSc. Mathematics and Statistics (Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe, 2004)

Diploma in Education (University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe, 1995)

Location: National Centre, Harare

                  Corner House, 7th Floor

                 Corner L. Takawira/ S. Machel Avenue

                 Harare

 

Publications

  1. Kwaramba, P., Kurasha, J., Dube, L. & Munzara, A.T. (2022). Perspectives on Research – Industry Moral Synergy in Zimbabwe: Differential views – Academia relative to industry. Journal of Humanities and Social Science (ISOR-JHSS), Vol 27, Issue 9, Series 3, pp 17-24, https://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jhss/papers/Vol.27-Issue9/Ser-3/C2709031724.pdf
  2. Mumanyi, M., Mupemhi, S., Masaka, J.D. & Munzara, A.T. (2020). Electronic word-of-mouth and consumer confusion: Evidence from mushroom value-chain in Zimbabwe. Current Business Issues Journal (CBIJ), Vol 3, Issue 2, pp 40 – 58.
  3. Amos Tendai Munzara and Lighton Dube (2020). The Impact of the Multicurrency System on Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to Zimbabwe, Journal of Economics and Political Sciences 1(2): 12-25 – ESSN 2707-8515, http://www.jeps-re.com/home.php
  4. Munzara, A. T. & Sunge, R (2015). Human Capital Investment Decisions: A Logit Model of Willingness to Attain Professional Teaching Qualifications by Uncertified Graduate Teachers in Harare Province, Zimbabwe. The Internal Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. Vol. 3 Issue 6, pp 114-121. ISSN 2321-9203 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/281647944_Human_Capital_Investment_Decisions_A_Logit_Model_of_Willingness_to_Attain_Professional_Teaching_Qualifications_by_Uncertified_Graduate_Teachers_in_Harare_Province_Zimbabwe
  5. Munzara, A. T. (2015). A comparative study of preferences by uncertified graduate teachers in Zimbabwe to acquire professional teaching qualifications. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social science. Vol 20, Issue 6, Ver. IV pp 95-99 e-ISSN: 2279-0837 https://doi.org/10.6084/M9.FIGSHARE.1470355.V1
  6. Munzara, A.T. (2015). Impact of Foreign Debt on Economic Growth in Zimbabwe. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance.e-ISSN:2321-5933. Volume 6, Issue 5. Ver. II, pp 87-91

http://dx.doi.org/10.9790/5933-06528791

  1. Munzara, A.T and Musina, E. (2015). The Impact of Corporate Tax Rates on Total Corporate Tax Revenue: The Case of Zimbabwe (1980-2013). IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 6, Issue 5. Ver II, pp 97-102 https://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jef/papers/Vol6-Issue5/Version-2/M065297102.pdf
  2. Munzara, A.T (2015). Escaping Deflation in Zimbabwe: The Role of Fiscal and Monetary Policies. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance. https://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jef/papers/Vol6-Issue6/Version-1/C06612325.pdf
  3. Munzara, A.T (2015). The Consequences of Implementing the Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Policy Framework on the Banking Sector in Zimbabwe. IOSR Journal of Business and Management. http://dx.doi.org/10.9790/487X-171115557