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Taxation, Responsiveness and Accountability in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Dynamics of Tax Bargaining by Wilson Prichard
The political economy of property tax in Africa: Explaining reform outcomes in Sierra Leone by Samuel Jibao and Wilson Prichard
Taxing the Urban Boom: Property Taxation and Land Leasing in Kigali and Addis Ababa by Tom Goodfellow
Building Tax Capacity in Developing Countries by Moore, M., Fjeldstad, O-H., Isaksen, J., Lundstøl, O., McCluskey, R. and Prichard, W.
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