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Clainos Chidoko
Lecturer - Faculty Of Commerce, Department Of Economics, Great Zimbabwe University
Impact Of Perceptions On Performance Appraisal In The Education Sector In Zimbabwe
The study sought to assess the perceptions on performance appraisal by employees in the secondary education sector and the extent to which these perceptions have affected performance by secondary education teachers in Zaka District, Masvingo and whether the Public Service Commission has responded to the appraisal process in line with its blue print.

Clainos Chidoko
Department Of Economics, Faculty Of Commerce Great Zimbabwe University, Box 1235, Masvingo , Zimbabwe
The Impact Of Government Policy On Poverty Reduction In Zimbabwe
The study covers an analysis of the policies that have been put in place to deal with poverty in Zimbabwe. The study made an analysis of the extent of the impact of land reform and indigenization policy on poverty reduction in Zimbabwe. It has been found that land reform and indigenization policies have impacted positively on the welfare of many

Clainos Chidoko
Great Zimbabwe University, Department Of Economics Box 1235, Mazvingo, Zimbabwe
The New Monetary Policy And Foreign Currency Inflows In Zimbabwe
The study entails a review of the impact of new monetary policy on foreign currency inflows for the past decade. The New Monetary Policy is the monetary policy in the context of the monetary authorities activities during the period 2003 to 2009, as the country wrestled with economic challenges that troubled the nation that period. The government then implemented various

Clainos Chidoko
Great Zimbabwe University, Department Of Economics Box 1235, Mazvingo, Zimbabwe
An Evaluation Of Agriculture And Economic Performance In Zimbabwe
The study entails a review of the impact of agriculture on economic performance in Zimbabwe. It has also emerged that economic decline of growth in Zimbabwe from 2000 to 2008, has been largely due to the stagnation in growth in the agricultural sector. Zimbabwe still depends on rain-fed agriculture, which can be affected by bad weather. Agriculture has proven to

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