Isis Gaddis is a senior economist with the World Bank’s Gender Global Theme Department. She previously served as a poverty economist for Tanzania, based in Dar es Salaam. Isis coauthored the 2016 World Bank Africa Region flagship report Poverty in a Rising Africa. Her main research interest is empirical microeconomics, with a focus on the measurement and analysis of poverty and inequality, gender, labor, and public service delivery. She holds a PhD in economics from the University of Gӧttingen, where she was a member of the development economics research group from 2006 to 2012.
- An individual look at poverty, across multiple dimensions
- Poverty lies beyond the unemployed
- الفقر يكمن وراء البطالة
- Les variations des indices des prix à la consommation constituent-elles un indicateur fiable des variations du coût de la vie ?
- Do changes in the CPI provide a reliable yardstick to measure changes in the cost of living?
- La réalité sur les indices des prix à la consommation en Afrique
- A glimpse behind the curtain: CPIs in Africa
- Enquêtes auprès des ménages : les failles des mesures usuelles de la pauvreté
- Data gaps: The poor typical household surveys miss
- Managing Natural Resources: Should we Really Listen to People?
- (Not) On the Move: Road Transport in Tanzania
- Across the universe of firms in Tanzania
- The power of commercial lending: Myth or reality?
- Bed Nets, Drugs and a Finger Prick of Blood – Tanzania's Fight Against Malaria.
- Can Tanzania achieve its Green Revolution?
- Is Tanzania’s economic growth an urban phenomenon?
- Youth in Tanzania: a growing uneducated labor force
- Toilets missing in action
- A bank in your pocket: The mobile money revolution in Tanzania
- A well-kept secret: Tanzania’s export performance
- Please use -but don't abuse- Tanzania’s forests
- Land of opportunity: Should Tanzania encourage more large-scale farming?
- HIV/Aids: Still Claiming Too Many Lives
- Is Tanzania Raising Enough Tax Revenue?
- Law and Order: Countering the threat of crime in Tanzania