Graeme Stewart-Wilson will be working with researchers and tax authorities in Sierra Leone to document and derive lessons from ongoing and relatively successful reform efforts. He will be writing up at least two case studies – one related to reform efforts at the National Revenue Agency, led by long time ICTD partner Samuel Jibao, and one related to efforts to reform the property tax system in Freetown, which are being actively supported by the ICTD/APTI. Additional case studies with the NRA may also be pursued, which we expect the case study themselves to be accompanied by additional shorter written pieces to support dissemination, including blogs and/or policy briefs. In addition to work on these case studies, he will contribute regularly, and as needed, to providing writing support to the ICTD program.



Graeme Stewart-Wilson

Graeme Stewart-Wilson is a PhD student in Political Science at the University of Toronto and a researcher with ICTD. His research focuses on tax reform in sub-Saharan Africa.

Wilson Prichard

Wilson Prichard is an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto, a Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, and Chief Executive Officer of the International Centre for Tax and Development. His research focuses on the relationship between taxation and citizen demands for improved governance in sub-Saharan Africa.