Brenda holds a Masters degree in Economics from the University of Dar es Salaam. She finished her dissertation on the "Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic Growth: A Case Study of Tanzania." Her research is expected to provide additional insights into the country's economic growth and FDI inflows, which have received increased policy attention in developing countries as well as Tanzania. Tanzania's investment climate is said to be favorable, and FDI inflows into the country are increasing, but economic growth remains uncertain. Brenda has a bachelor's degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of Dar es Salaam as well. Her research interests include economic development, international economics, monetary economics, and macroeconomics. Brenda is an expert in the use of several statistical packages for analysis, including Stata, R-Studio SPSS, and Tazmod, which are widely used in economics research.
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