FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES


Personal Information

Name:

Dr. Frank Jones Mateng'e 

Senior Lecturer 

Contact Address:

P.O Box 2329,Dar es Salaam,
TANZANIA.
Email:frankjm@udsm.ac.tz ; frankjm2016@gmail.com
Mobile:+255715383711/+255784383711

Education Profile

2016- University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, PhD (Public Administration)
2002- University of Dar es Salaam, MA in Political Science & Public Administration
2000- University of Dar es Salaam, BA in Political Science & Public Administration

Areas of Research

  • Reforms and Human Resource Development in Public Universities in East Africa
  • Governance, Natural Resources, and Service Delivery in Tanzania.
  • Education Policy and Management in Tanzania
  • Politics, Democratization and Parliamentary oversight in Tanzania

Teaching Areas (Undergraduate and Post-graduate Levels)

  • Administrative Theory, Models and Concepts
  • Governance, Comparative Public Administration and Public Policy
  • Organization Theory, Human Resource Development and Human Resource Management
  • Government and Politics in Tanzania and African Political Thought

Publications

  1. Mateng’e, F.J. & Mutahaba, G. (2017) Governance Challenges Facing the Control of Counterfeit Products in Tanzania, Journal of Education, Humanities and Sciences, Vol.6 (1):14 – 31
  2. Mateng’e, F.J., Kamugisha, D., Marijani, R. & Rwekaza, C. (2014) In Search of Improved Public Service Delivery in Tanzania: Is the Policy-Implementation Dichotomy an Elixir? The Ugandan Journal of Management and Public Policy Studies, 7(1): 94 – 109
  3.  Mateng’e, F.J. (2014) Human Resource Development in Tanzania: Reflections on its Role and Challenges in the Gas and Oil Sector. Special East African Edition of the Journal of Public Administration, 49 (2.1): 692 – 703.
  4. Babeiya, E., Mateng’e, F.J. & Kihamba, J. (2014) National Planning and the Quest for Transforming Rural Livelihood in Tanzania, Journal of Education, Humanities and Sciences, 3(1&2): 13 – 26
  5. Mateng’e, F.J. (2012) Protesting the Independent Candidacy in Tanzania’s Elections: A Bona fide Cause? Journal of Politics and Law, 5 (2): 18-32