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Overseas Development Institue Institue for Fiscal Studies

Well-designed tax policy reforms are key to successful post-COVID fiscal consolidation in Africa

Given the massive impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on public finances globally, it is little surprise that the IMF’s October 2021 forecasts of debt and debt servicing costs in sub-Saharan Africa are

What is the case for carbon taxes in developing countries?

Carbon pricing will be one of the most talked about policy options at COP26.

Better-designed taxes on motoring can make African countries cleaner, safer and more productive

Although vehicle ownership rates in sub-Saharan Africa are, on average, only 10% of the global average, the number of cars and motorcycles in the region is growing fast - particularly in countries

'Green' motor taxation: issues and policy options in sub-Saharan Africa

Over the last 20 years, sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries have experienced significant economic growth and consequently growing levels of motorisation.

Carbon pricing and redistribution in low- and middle-income countries

Who would be most affected by carbon pricing in developing economies?

The distributional effect of environmental tax policy in developing countries

What is the distribution of environmental footprints from consumption across the globe?

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