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DRC Kananga
August 2020|
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The Participation Dividend of Taxation in DRC and Beyond: Recent Evidence and Paths for Future Inquiry

by Elie Kabue Ngindu & Jonathan Weigel

One of the strongest arguments for investing in the tax capacity of developing countries is the…

August 2020|
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Challenging the status quo: Re-examining the relevance of international tax norms for developing countries

by Joy Ndubai

The increased emphasis on the role of sustainable financing to support the realisation of the Sustainable…

Indian Woman Taking Mobile Phone
August 2020|
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Equalization Levy on Non-Resident E-commerce Players: India’s Ace in the Hole or a Stumbling Block for Foreign Players?

by Dibya Prakash Behera & Hrishav Kumar

More and more countries, including developing countries, are introducing unilateral measures to adapt their corporate tax…

Small house in Lagos
July 2020|
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Insecurity underpins property rights in Lagos – no matter what class you are

by Olly Owen & Tom Goodfellow

Recurrent episodes of marginal communities being evicted from the waterfronts of Lagos have made global media headlines over…

The unintended consequences of taxing mobile money transactions
July 2020|
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The unintended consequences of taxing mobile money transactions

by Killian Clifford

Mobile money taxation is, for some, a controversial topic. One the one hand, it is critical…

Three white arrows pointing in different directions
July 2020|
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Can developing countries do better than the Unified Approach?

by Jeroen Lammers

Developing countries lose substantial revenues every year to corporate tax avoidance, exacerbated by globalization and digitalization….

People advocating for Tax justice
July 2020|
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Building coalitions to promote equitable taxation beyond the Covid era

by Jason Lakin, Paolo de Renzio & Vanessa van den Boogaard

This piece is co-published with the International Budget Partnership.  Since its onset, governments the world over…

How can mirror statistics help combat customs fraud in developing countries?
June 2020|
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How can mirror statistics help combat customs fraud in developing countries? 

by Christopher Grigoriou & Gaël Raballand

International money laundering and international illicit financial flows (IFFs) are major problems for poor and rich…

Kampala, Uganda
June 2020|
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Uganda should tax “Covid-19 winners” to fill revenue gaps

by Graeme Stewart-Wilson & Ronald Waiswa

Globally, governments are adjusting their tax policies to help address the effects of the coronavirus pandemic….

Protest for MPs to pay their taxes in Uganda
June 2020|
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How can civil society help achieve more equitable and accountable tax systems?

by Vanessa van den Boogaard

There is growing international attention on tax collection in low-income countries. This attention is only amplifying…

International tax experts
May 2020|
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What should a ‘new deal’ on international tax look like for developing countries?

by Alexander Ezenagu, Alexandra Readhead, Allison Christians, Anthony Kibirige, Catherine Ngina Mutava, Joy Ndubai, Lakshmi Narayanan, Michael Durst, Mustapha Ndajiwo & Sol Picciotto

The OECD secretariat recently proposed a “stock taking exercise” to “re-examine how international tax rules currently…

How should we tax after the pandemic?
May 2020|
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How should we tax after the pandemic?

by Mick Moore & Wilson Prichard

Globally, tax collections are declining. Governments have cancelled or postponed some tax dues in the effort…