Nigerian Tax Research Network holds second annual meeting in Abuja
The Nigerian Tax Research Network recently held its second annual meeting on October 24th and 25th on the theme ‘Revenue Beyond Oil Reliance.’ The meeting was hosted in partnership with the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) at the FIRS Training School in Abuja. Over 80 participants attended the conference, which showcased current research on the pressing challenges of taxation in Nigeria.
See the full conference programme here.
- Impact of Non-Oil Tax Revenue on Economic Growth of Nigeria by Daniya Abdulazeez and Kabiru Dandago
- Dataset on Nigerian Tax and Subsidy Perceptions by Tom Moerenhout
- Enhancing Tax Compliance in Non-Enabling Institutional Contexts by Bongo Adi, Kenneth Amaeshi and Godson Ikiebey
- The Economics of Tobacco Control by Precious C. Akanonu and Joseph Ishaku
- Do Muslim Women Pay Tax in African History? Taxation, Gender and Informal Economy in Kano by Mutiat Oladejo
- Acceptance of e-Filling by Micro-Entrepreneurs in Northwestern Nigeria by Tijjani Habibu Ahmad and Abdulsalam Mas’ud
- Compliance Impact of Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS) in Kano Nigeria by Lawan Bello
- Pink Taxes and Gender-Based Taxation in Nigeria by Okereke Happiness Ngozi
- Small Businesses and the Adoption of the Integrated Tax Administration System in Nigeria by Efobi Uchenna, Beecroft Ibukum and Belmondo Tanankem
- Nigeria After Oil: Revenue Challenges and Economic Growth by Yue Man Lee
- Innovations in Tax Compliance by Anna Custers
- Before Formalization: Attitudes toward Government, Taxation and Governance Alternatives in Lagos’ Informal Sector by Adrienne LeBas and Nonso Obiliki
- Modelling Tax Structure Changes in Nigeria by Nonso Obikili
- Bargaining Matters: Taxation and Public Service Provision Under Natural Resource Revenue Sharing Arrangements by Belinda Archibong
The Nigerian Tax Research Network (NTRN) is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and coordinated by the International Centre for Tax and Development(ICTD), in collaboration with the Federal Inland Revenue Service. The NTRN supports the generation and exchange of tax knowledge in Nigeria, with stakeholders including tax practitioners and researchers from Nigerian and international organisations.