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Our research aims to build a more extensive body of empirical research on the political dimensions of local government taxation
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New Challenges and New Roles. Development Financing in the 21st Century by Per Øyvind Bastøe and Stein Hansen
Limitations of the BEPS Reforms: Looking Beyond Corporate Taxation for Revenue Gains by Michael C. Durst
What Do We Know about Mineral Resource Rent Sharing in Africa? by Bertrand Laporte and Céline de Quatrebarbes
Taxation, Responsiveness and Accountability in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Dynamics of Tax Bargaining by Wilson Prichard
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ICTD is funded by
UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID)
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