Search

Reset

Searching

Showing 121-130 of 57759 results

Pages

  • Document

    Africa’s first large-scale tax experiment: researching compliance in Rwanda

    International Centre for Tax and Development, 2016
    This brief summarises the findings from five ICTD working papers produced from a research project conducted by the ICTD in partnership with the African Tax Administration Forum and in collaboration with the Rwanda Revenue Authority.
  • Document

    A review of Uganda’s tax treaties and recommendations for action

    International Centre for Tax and Development, 2016
    In June 2014, Uganda announced the temporary cessation of bilateral tax treaty negotiations, and a review of its policy towards such treaties.
  • Document

    A price-based royalty tax?

    International Centre for Tax and Development, 2015
    This paper considers the merits of a price-based royalty, a royalty for which the rate varies with the product price, as a fiscal instrument for taxing extractive industries. In light of the literature on natural resources taxation, the case for a price-based royalty is appealing.
  • Document

    In data we trust? An analysis of Indonesian socio-economic survey data

    National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction, 2017
    What if a popular data set that has generated a long stream of literature has been misunderstood and has led to misleading inferences? In this paper, we use the case of household expenditure in the Indonesian National Socio-Economic Survey data, SUSENAS, which started over 50 years ago.
  • Document

    Access inequity, health insurance and the role of supply factors

    National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction, 2017
    Given the improvement in health indicators and health facilities worldwide, inequity in access to health services is one of the most pertinent and relevant issues for health policy and public health. This paper analyses the extent of the access inequities to various health care services in Indonesia, in conjunction with its recent rapid move towards universal social health insurance (SHI).
  • Document

    The impact of Indonesia's rapid move towards universal health insurance on total health care expenditure

    National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction, 2017
    Social health insurance in Indonesia dates from the 1990s but recently in 2014, the government announced its ambition to achieve universal coverage within five years. Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN) integrates all existing social health insurance schemes under one manager and one payer, the central Ministry of Health.
  • Organisation

    National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction (TNP2K)

    Indonesia's National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction was established to coordinate the acceleration of poverty reduction across sectors and stakeholders at the central level.
  • News

    International Women’s Day: Tackling barriers to empowerment

    08 Mar 2018: Over the past year, there has been an exposure of largely socially or publicly invisible sexual harassment and discrimination committed against women. On International Women’s Day, initiatives from the Institute of Development Studies and The ESRC-DFID Impact Initiative are drawing attention to the more visible issues that form significant barriers to women’s empowerment.
  • Document

    Shock-responsive social protection systems research: synthesis report

    Oxford Policy Management, 2018
    This synthesis report consolidates the evidence and lessons learned from the Shock Responsive Social Protection Systems Research Programme. It draws on all the case studies and other outputs, including the literature review as well as policy briefs on systems development and monitoring and evaluation.
  • Document

    Automation, women, and the future of work

    Institute of Development Studies UK, 2017
    Will women benefit from the rapid automation and digitisation that is set to change the world of work as we know it? How can we ensure that women’s economic interests are brought into focus, and that debates on the future of work are not about the changing relationship between man and machine, but between people and machine?

Pages