Low-income countries are more dependent on corporate income tax revenue than richer countries, and at the same time, disproportionately affected by multinational tax avoidance. Our research on this theme investigates ways in which developing countries can protect their tax bases, including through simplified transfer pricing methods and improved tax treaty policies. It also examines the challenges and opportunities developing countries face from their participation in international tax negotiations.
This week, the UN released the advance version of the Secretary General’s report on the “Promotion…
Over 150 government administrators, policymakers, applied researchers, and experts gathered in Nairobi to discuss equitable and progressive property tax systems in lower-income countries….
The digital financial services (DFS) TaxMap simplifies the complex landscape of tax regulations and provides comprehensive tax information. It is a centralised platform that enables stakeholders to effortlessly navigate the intricacies of taxation and make informed decisions….