International Centre for Tax and Development

International Centre for Tax and Development

  • Publications: 61
  • Contributors: 121

The International Centre for Tax and Development (ICTD) is a global policy research network, devoted to improving the quality of tax policy and administration in developing countries, with a special focus on sub-Saharan Africa. The centre was established in November 2010, and is based at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), in Brighton.

Latest publications

Gender and the Formal and Informal Systems of Local Public Finance in Sierra Leone

Why African Tax Authorities should employ more Women: Evidence from the Uganda Revenue Authority

The Role of Information Communication Technology to Enhance Property Tax Revenue in Africa: A Tale of Four Cities in Three Countries

How Local Authorities Can Exploit the Potential for Effective Property Taxes: A Case Study of Harare

The Customer is King: Evidence on VAT Compliance in Tanzania

Taxing Government: The Case of the Uganda Revenue Authority’s Public Sector Office

Are There Any Reliable Data on Wages in Low-Income Countries? Observations and Lessons from Ethiopia

Can ICTs Increase Tax? Experimental Evidence from Ethiopia

Norms, Networks, Power and Control: Understanding Informal Payments and Brokerage in Cross-border Trade in Sierra Leone

Tax Unrest Among Market Traders: The Local Side of Action Aid´s International Tax Justice Campaign in Nigeria

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