Fredy Stanley is a bachelor degree holder in Economics from University of Dar es salaam (UDSM), holds postgraduate diploma in Financial Management from Institute of Finance Management (IFM), currently pursuing master’s degree of Arts in Applied Economics (dissertation on progress) from University of Dar es salaam, research titled. “Economic analysis of trade flows between Tanzania and major trading partners (China, India, Japan, United Arab Emirates (UAE), South Africa”.
During his postgraduate studies his research paper titled, “To assess the determinants of credit facility management in financial institutions: A case study of Azania Bank in Dar es salaam” and during bachelor degree his research titled, “Impact of foreign Aid: A case study in Tanzania”.
His research interests focus on development economics, financial economics, international trade and macroeconomics.
Track record in planning, research economic issues, experienced in social interaction and rural livelihood.
Dynamic and self-motivated professional, with valuable interpersonal and intercultural skills gained through professional experience working in multicultural teams in office, extracurricular activities and fieldworks contexts in Tanzania.
Clear understanding of Economics, Finance and Statistics. Motivated to grow and excel in research planning.
He worked with Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited as Economist Trainee, Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA). Currently, he serves as Finance and Administrative Officer at Economic Society of Tanzania (EST).