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Supporting Households with Tax Expenditures in Times of COVID-19

| 3 July 2020
Blog, Publications | Tags: Covid-19, Informality, Sustainable Development, Tax Expenditures
The economic shock triggered by the current pandemic is unprecedented. The number of victims of COVID-19 has already hit half a million and continues to rise. At the same time,... continue reading

Tax Expenditures and Inequality

| 16 June 2020
Discussion Notes, Fiscal | Tags: Inequality, Sustainable Development, Tax Expenditures
Tax expenditures are used widely by governments across the world to pursue different public policy goals including boosting innovation and R&D, job creation, greening the economy as well as mitigating... continue reading

Tax Incentives in Ibero-America in Times of COVID-19

1 July 2020
Fiscal, Workshops | Tags: Covid-19, Developing Countries, Tax Expenditures
In times of COVID-19, countries across the world are introducing a myriad of response and stimulus packages to mitigate the economic downturn triggered by the pandemic. The second in a... continue reading

Tax Incentives in Developing Economies in Times of COVID-19

24 June 2020
Fiscal, Workshops | Tags: Covid-19, Developing Countries, Tax Expenditures
In times of COVID-19, countries across the world are introducing a myriad of response and stimulus packages to mitigate the economic downturn triggered by the pandemic. The first in a series... continue reading

Avoiding Mining Tax Relief Pitfalls During a Crisis

| 22 May 2020
Blog, Fiscal | Tags: Covid-19, Mining, Tax Expenditures, Taxes
Establishing effective tax policy for the mining sector can be a challenge in the best of times, especially for resource-rich developing countries which may lack sector-specific experience and technical capacity.... continue reading