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Dr. Gift Masaiti









Dr. Gift Masaiti


Area of Specialisation: Economics and Management of Education





Masaiti, G. and Mwale, N. (2017). ‘The University of Zambia: Contextualisation and Contribution to Flagship Status in Zambia’ in African Flagship Universities : Role, Impact and Trajectory, Palgrave Macmillan: New York. (Already in Paper, coming out early 2017)

Masaiti, G., Mwelwa, K. and Mwale, N. (2016). Shifting from Government Bursaries to a Loan Scheme in Higher Education: Exploring Zambian Experience in Student Financial Aid, International Journal of African Higher Education -IJAHE: 2 (2), PP. 56-71.

Masaiti, G., Banda, D. and Ngambi, S. (2016). An Assessment for Effectiveness, Viability and Sustainability Of Provision Of Quality Education For Sound Development: A Case Of Celim (EU NGO) In Zambia. AFTRA Proceedings, PP. 161-169 (ISBN: 978-0-621-40876-8)

Manchishi, P. and Masaiti, G. (2016). Teacher Induction Programmes In Zambia: Helping Beginning Teachers to Improve Practice. AFTRA Proceedings PP. 218-235 (ISBN: 978-0-621-40876-8)

Masaiti, G. (2015). Effectiveness and Viability of Revenue Diversification in Sub-Saharan Africa’s Higher Education: Examining Zambia’s Public Universities. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE): 2(5), pp. 33-44.

Masaiti, G. (2014). Response to Africa's Challenge of Change in Financing Higher Education: Examining Zambian Case: Proceedings from Funding Higher Education Forum, OSSREA Publication Serial 21: Addis Ababa, PP. 18-26.

Masaiti, G. and Mulenga, I. (2014). The Relationship among Education, Economy and Employment: Is higher Education Curriculum an Ingredient? In C.C, Wolhuter and H.J, Steyn (eds), Comparative Education, the Education System and Educational issues in International Perspective. Keurkopie: Noordbrug. PP. 154-178.

Masaiti, G. and Chita, J. (2014). Zambia: An Overview of Formal Education. In C.C, Wolhuter and C, Brock (Eds), Handbook on Education in Central and East Africa. Continuum Books: London. PP. 423-454.

Masaiti, G. (2013). ‘Students’ Perceptions of Financing Public Universities in Zambia: Towards a More Sustainable and Inclusive Policy Strategy’. In D. Teffera Funding Higher Education in Eastern and Southern Africa: Modalities, 'Challenges, opportunities and Prospects. Palgrave Macmillan: New York. PP296-326.

Masaiti, G. and Shen, H. (2013). Cost Sharing in Zambia’s Public Universities: Prospects and Challenges. European Journal of Educational Research (EJER). 2(1), pp. 1-15.

Cheyeka, A.M., Masaiti, G. and Mulenga, I.M. (2012). The Withdrawal of European Missionaries from St. Anthony’s Catholic Secondary School: What are the Implications? Journal of Humanities. Vol. 11 (1), pp.29-42.

Mapoma, C.C. and Masaiti, G. (2012). Social Isolation and Aging in Zambia: Examining possible predictors. Journal of Aging Research: Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Vol.537467 (2), pp. 1-6.

Mapoma, C.C. and Masaiti, G. (2012). Perception of and Attitudes Towards Aging in Zambia. European Journal of Educational Research: 2 (1), pp 107-116.

Masaiti, G. and Nuluyele, P.N. (2011). Strategies to Retain and Motivate Employees in Africa: Examining the Case of the Ministry of Education in Zambia. African Journal of Political Science and International Relations. 5(8), pp. 409-423.

Masaiti, G. and Manchishi, P.C. (2011). The University of Zambia Pre-Service Teacher Education Programme: Is it Responsive to Schools and Communities' Aspirations? European Journal of Educational Studies. Vol. 3(2), pp. 311-324.

Cheyeka, A., Masaiti, G. and Mulenga, I. (2010). Driving the process or Driven by the process? The Transformation of Nkurumah College of Education into Nkrumah University. ZANGO Journal. Vol.27 (27), pp.1-19.