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DocumentJ. L. Sawin / REN21 Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century, 2012The latest edition of the flagship publication of the Renewable Energy Global Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21) illustrates continued growth in all types of renewables across sectors and countries, with global investments in renewables breaking records in 2011 as costs continue to fall and their deployment expands geographically.DocumentA. Mas'ud / International Centre for Tax and Development, 2019With the first implementation of e-filing by the US in 1986, many countries in Europe, Asia and Africa followed suit. E-filing for certain tax payments was introduced at the federal level in Nigeria in 2013.DocumentU. Efobi, I. Beecroft, T. Belmondo, A. Katan / International Centre for Tax and Development, 2019Transitioning to an electronic system for tax administration and collection is a welcome development in countries that have hitherto faced difficulty in raising tax revenue. Countries like those in sub-Saharan Africa, for instance, account for about 16 percent of GDP from tax revenue, while Nigeria records 1.48 percent of its GDP from tax revenue (World Bank, 2018).DocumentU. Efobi, I. Beecroft, T. Belmondo, A. Katan / International Centre for Tax and Development, 2019Our research explores the factors that drive the ways in which small business owners perceive and use the Integrated Tax Administration System (ITAS) in Nigeria. We surveyed nearly 500 small businesses.DocumentI. Akpan, K. Sempere / International Centre for Tax and Development, 2019This paper presents the findings of a study on gender-based taxation differences among market traders in two Nigerian states. At a high level, no significant differences were found between female and male traders in the markets visited in terms of tax payments, payments for market services and tax increases.DocumentA. Getachew / International Centre for Tax and Development, 2019This paper focuses on the perceptions of a turnover-based presumptive tax system in Ethiopia. It mainly focuses on taxpayers’ perceptions of fairness, simplicity and administrative capacity.
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12 December 2018The goal of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) continues to gather momentum, six years on from its unanimous adoption at the United Nations General Assembly on 12th December 2012.
8 May 2018This blog originally appeared on the Institute of Development Studies website.
9th May 2019
With the global rise of inequality and conflict and the acute challenges facing the most socially and politically excluded, civil society organisations, charities and development agencies are increasingly concerned with how to effectively broker the knowledge of marginalised communities.
11th March 2019
At this year’s Commission for the Status of Women (CSW) in New York, researchers from the Insitute of Development Studies will highlight the limitations of social protection policies such as cash transfers in relation to improving the lives of women across the world.
12th October 2018
Our friends at the GODAN Action project are pleased to announce a new call for applications for our free Open Data Management Online Course. Book your place now for the last chance to take the course before the end of the year.
9th October 2018
The Knowledge for Development Partnership have recently released the third edition of the Agenda Knowledge for Development.
5th September 2018
Launched on 5th September in Nairobi, a new online hub focusing on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) in Kenya hopes to connect researchers, practitioners and policymakers.