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- DocumentGRID Arendal, 2018The relationship between sanitation and wastewater management is crucial in terms of Africa’s social, economic and ecological concerns. Providing adequate sanitation with proper wastewater treatment represents an opportunity in an era of increasing need to reclaim vital waste resources and lead the way towards the realisation of a circular economy.DocumentUrban Research Publications Limited, 2017In many parts of Africa, societies that remain primarily rural are experiencing accelerated urban growth and highly visible booms in property development. In the absence of significant industrialization, investment is pouring directly into what Lefebvre and Harvey characterized as the ‘secondary circuit’ of capital.OrganisationDocumentInternational Knowledge Sharing Platform, 2014In the Ethiopian government five year Growth and Transformation Plan, it has been clearly stated that efforts will be geared towards promoting compliance and equipping tax collection institutions with adequate enforcement power which will further boost revenue mobilization at federal and regional levels.DocumentInternational Knowledge Sharing Platform, 2016The main aim of this study is to demystify the mystery surrounding the belief that, high government revenue growth rates engineered through the government multiplier process. The relationship between government revenue growth and economic growth is investigated for Ethiopia during the period 1974/75-2013/14.Document
The effect of taxpayers attitudes towards the legal system and government on tax morale (with reference to selected assesses in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)International Knowledge Sharing Platform, 2015The overall purpose of this study was to assess the effect of taxpayers’ attitudes towards the legal system and government on tax morale. The researchers used survey method for the study. Data for the survey study were collected from the target populations by means of self administered questionnaire.DocumentInstitute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, 2009Large informal (hard to tax) sectors are an integral part of the economies of developing countries (Ethiopia included). In much of Africa, the informal, or gray economy that escapes tax collectors and government regulators, is the hidden dynamic driving economic growth.OrganisationDocumentInternational Knowledge Sharing Platform, 2014One of the main objectives of the Ethiopian tax reforms was to generate adequate tax revenues to finance ever increasing public expenditure on poverty alleviation and development projects. This would be achieved through streamlining of the tax system to mobilize tax revenues from national economic growth.