International Centre for Tax and Development
The International Centre for Tax and Development is a global policy research organisation that focusses on improving the quality of tax policy and administration, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, by facilitating knowledge-sharing between researchers and policymakers. It is funded by the UK Department for International Development and has a secretariat based at the Institute for Development Studies.
The ICTD conference took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on 10-13 February, 2016.
Our Africa Analyst, William Attwell, was invited to chair a panel on ‘Building Political Support for Property Taxation in Africa’. He also delivered a talk on best practices in subnational taxation and fiscal management which examined how recent innovations are being used to fund improved service delivery and assist with poverty alleviation. A copy of the accompanying presentation is available below.
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