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- DocumentTaylor and Francis Group, 2017This article explores the fiscal effects of aid in Ethiopia using the Cointegrated Vector Auto-Regressive (CVAR) methodology to model complex long-run and short-run dynamics. This article uses national data for 1961–2010, including a measure of aid capturing flows through the budget as measured by the recipient.Document
Linking taxation and social protection: evidence on redistribution and poverty reduction in EthiopiaInternational Centre for Tax and Development, 2016The reduction of poverty, and more recently inequality, are pressing concerns in many lowand middle-income countries, not in the least as a result of the Sustainable Development Goals committing countries to significant improvements by 2030. Redistribution is important for reaching these goals, and is shaped by countries’ tax and welfare systems.DocumentUnited States Agency for International Development, 2018This report synthesizes the work of the Climate Change Adaptation, Thought Leadership and Assessments (ATLAS) project, in close coordination with Mozambique’s National Institute of Health, to assess the impacts of climate change on malaria and diarrheal disease in Mozambique.Collection26 Mar 2018: Following the third international Financing for Development Conference, the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the Addis Ababa Action ADocument
Mai-NDombe: will the REDD+ laboratory benefit indigenous peoples and local communities? Analysis of the cumulative impacts and risks of REDD+ initiativesThe Rights and Resources Initiative, 2018REDD+ in Mai-Ndombe.Document
Logging in Congo's rainforests: a "carbon bomb" about to be primed by the Government of Norway? A call for urgent actionRainforest Foundation, UK, 2017The government of Norway, through its ‘Central African Forests Initiative’ (CAFI), is considering providing financial support to a programme being developed by the French Development Agency (AFD) to greatly expand large-scale commercial logging in the rainforests of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).DocumentInternational Centre for Tax and Development, 2014This paper contributes to the burgeoning research on inequality and top incomes around the globe by presenting the first available estimates of top income shares and effective income tax rates in contemporary Chile based on analysis of anonymous income tax return microdata. It pays special attention to business income, which dominates at the top of the distribution.DocumentInstitute of Development Studies UK, 2014Appropriate information technology systems are critical to realising the local government tax reforms that are the focus of growing international attention.DocumentInstitute of Development Studies UK, 2007There are clear connections between how states obtain revenue, and the quality of their governance. If governments are not dependent on taxes for their finance, they are less accountable and responsive to citizen taxpayers, and have little incentive to build political and organisational capacity to negotiate and collect revenue and spend it effectively.DocumentEuropean Union, 2014In recent years, domestic revenue mobilisation in developing countries gained increasing prominence in the policy debate. Several factors explain this, including the potential benefits of taxation for statebuilding; independence from foreign aid; the fiscal effects of trade liberalisation; the financial and debt crisis in the “West”; and the acute financial needs of developing countries.