Raymond has supervised several PhD researchers, as main supervisor, in areas including commodity market liberalisation and producer price dynamics; crude oil price volatility and investment; financial liberalisation and economic growth; optimal currency and East African Monetary Union; economic cycles and political budget cycles.
He has supervised more many MSc dissertations on a range of areas of economics.
Seif Muba: Interaction between macroeconomic variables and stock markets of emerging markets: New evidence from East African Countries, 2017.
Pascal Halbeisen: Electoral Economic Cycles and the Role of Political Institutions: Do Political Institutions influence the Political Budget Cycle? 2015.
Godfrey Nyamrunda: An evaluation of economic integration in the proposed East African Federation. 2013.
Ambibola Babatubde: Financial Sector Development, Financial sector FDI and Economic growth: Evidence from the BRIMCs and some selected African countries. Successfully completed in March 14, 2012.
Rayan S. Hammad: Modelling oil price behaviour of OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers. Successfully completed in December 2011.
Benedicto K. Lukanima: The Impact of Tanzanian Coffee Market Interventions on Producer Price Volatility and Interrelationships between Domestic Coffee Producer Prices and World Market Prices. Successfully completed in December 2008.
Cosmas Mbogela: Determinants of bi-lateral trade in Africa. Successfully February 2015.
Andwilile N Mwakibete: Factors Influencing Property Tax Collection in Tanzania: A Case Study of Kinondoni, Dodoma and Morogoro Municipalities, Successfully completed, November, 2015.
Current PhD supervisions
Roberto Palacios-Rodriguez: The heterogeneity of consumption profiles in Mexico: consistencies, discrepancies and benefits of increasing consumption.
Chonlakan Benjasak: Econometric study of energy consumption and economic growth in ASEAN countries, Second year.
Abdelatif Taloba: Oil and Sustainable Growth in Libya: Prospects and Limitations, Second year