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    Practical guidance note: training manual for implementing property tax reform with a points-based valuation

    International Centre for Tax and Development, 2018
    This paper shares the author’s on-going experience in supporting the implementation of property tax reform programmes in smaller urban centres and rural districts in Sub-Saharan Africa, covering more than 12 local governments over a period of more than 10 years.
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    Property tax in Africa

    Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2017
    This book—the first comprehensive study of the property tax in Africa—provides an overview of the property tax systems of 29 African countries, mapping out the most salient features of each. It also includes four regional reviews covering Anglophone, Francophone, Lusophone, and North African countries, and an in-depth discussion of key policy and administrative issu
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    The property tax – in theory and practice

    University of Toronto Press, 2011
    The property tax is considered to be a good tax for local governments, mainly because of the connection between the types of services funded at the local level and the benefit to property values. Yet property tax revenues rarely account for more than 3 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in any country.
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    Taxing immovable property revenue potential and implementation challenges

    International Monetary Fund, 2013
    The tax on immovable property has been characterized as probably the most unpopular among tax instruments, in part because it is salient and hard to avoid. But economists continue to emphasize the virtues of the property tax owing to its relatively low efficieny costs, benign impact on growth, and high score on fairness.
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    Property taxation in North-east Africa: case study of Ethiopia

    Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2009
    The Lincoln Institute and the African Tax Institute (ATI ), located at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, have formed a joint venture to better understand propertyrelated taxation in Africa.
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    Property taxation in francophone West Africa: case study of Senegal

    Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2009
    The Lincoln Institute and the African Tax Institute (ATI ), located at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, have formed a joint venture to better understand property-related taxation in Africa.
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    Property taxation in francophone Africa 3: case study of Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2009
    The Lincoln Institute and the African Tax Institute (ATI ), located at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, have formed a joint venture to better understand property-related taxation in Africa.
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    Property taxation in francophone Central Africa: case study of Rwanda

    Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2009
    The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the African Tax Institute (ATI), located at the University of Pretoria, South Africa through a joint partnership are awarding Research Fellowships to African Scholars to undertake research on property related taxation in all the 54 African countries.
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    Property taxation in francophone Central Africa: case study of the Republic of Congo

    Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2009
    The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the African Tax Institute (ATI), located at the University of Pretoria, South Africa through a joint partnership are awarding Research Fellowships to African Scholars to undertake research on property related taxation in all the 54 African countries.
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    Property taxation in francophone Central Africa: case study of Burundi

    Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2009
    The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the African Tax Institute (ATI), located at the University of Pretoria, South Africa through a joint partnership are awarding Research Fellowships to African Scholars to undertake research on property related taxation in all the 54 African countries.

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