Latest Publications

International Tax Disputes: Between Supranational Administration and Adjudication
bySol Picciotto

ICTD Working Paper 55 Summary: The proposals resulting from the G20/Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) project on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) include a drive for…

Information Sources of Tax Administrations in Latin America. Experiences of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru (in Spanish only)
byCIAT

As a result of the Cooperation Program between the Inter-American Center of Tax Administrations (CIAT) and the GIZ of the Federal Republic of Germany, with the support of the tax administrations from…

African Tax Outlook REPORT HIGHLIGHTS
byThe AFrican Tax Administration Forum (ATAF)

This ATO Highlight Report is a companion to the African Tax Outlook (ATO), ATAF's flagship taxation publication. It considers at a glance some of the salient points and questions raised in the first…

News & Events

Impact Story: No Level Playing Field: Economic Growth and The Corporate Tax Burden in Ethiopia

Impact Story: No Level Playing Field: Economic Growth and The Corporate Tax Burden in Ethiopia

02 August 2016

Economic growth and industrial development are high priorities for the Government of Ethiopia. The recent growth record is good, but manufacturing has progressed slowly. It is correspondingly important to know...

ICTD Impact Stories: Collaborative Research to Improve Tax Compliance in Rwanda

ICTD Impact Stories: Collaborative Research to Improve Tax Compliance in Rwanda

28 June 2016

The most reliable way for revenue authorities to find out how to improve tax compliance is to conduct large scale research experiments. To do this, they need the services of...

ICTD Researcher Prof. Sol Picciotto Joins the UN Tax subcommittee

ICTD Researcher Prof. Sol Picciotto Joins the UN Tax subcommittee

15 June 2016

ICTD Researcher Prof. Sol Picciotto (pictured) is set to join the subcommittee on dispute resolution of the UN Tax Committee. Prof Picciotto will be joining Tom Balco, who is also...

Latest Blogs

Liam Taylor
02 August 2016
Commentary and Debate
From Wall Street to the World Bank, people are looking at Kampala as a model for how cities can finance their futures. This piece first appeared on Next City.  Joseph Aliguma is perched on the bull bars of a minibus, listing his expenses. Every...
Rhiannon McCluskey
15 July 2016
Commentary and Debate
Last week, the Institute of Development Studies hosted its 50th anniversary conference titled “States, Markets and Society".  As part of the conference, the ICTD hosted a panel on the theme of taxation and fiscal contracts in Africa. The panelli...
Mick Moore
08 June 2016
Commentary and Debate
Sri Lankans sometimes like to claim perverse records for their country. You will likely have heard the proud assertion that ‘Sri Lanka has the highest suicide rate in the world’. Fortunately, that is not true. But here is a genuine perverse record, ...

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