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Co-financing Community-driven Development through Informal Taxation: Experimental Evidence from South-Central Somalia

Community contributions are often required as part of community-driven development (CDD) programmes, with payment encouraged through matching grants. However, little remains known about the impact of matching grants, or the implications of requiring…

Co-financing Community-driven Development through Informal Taxation: Experimental Evidence from South-Central Somalia - Summary

Community-driven development (CDD) has long been embraced by international development partners as a means of delivering public goods and strengthening social capital and cohesion, particularly in fragile contexts. To receive external support, CDD p…

Explaining Informal Taxation and Revenue Generation: Evidence from South-central

Most people in low-income countries contribute substantially to the financing of local public goods through informal revenue generation (IRG). However, very little is known about how IRG works in practice. We produce novel evidence on the magnitude …

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