sharing in governance of extractive industries
Just this week, I've published a paper relating to the impact of Brexit on UK development policy. It is available on Amazon, with the title 'DfID 2.0: UK development policy post Brexit'.
This blog is reposted from the Green Fiscal Policy Network:
By integrating environmental concerns into the tax system, a green fiscal regime for the mining sector uses the tax system to influence environmental outcomes from mining activities. Such a regime would tax…Continue
Attached is presentation on 'revenue from taxable sources' given at Commonwealth Parliamentary Association event on Wednesday 9th December. Thanks to CPA and the World Bank for the invitation to a well run and interesting event.
Adam Smith International is sponsoring the following debate on The Guardian website focusing on why many African states have failed to collect revenues from extractive industry and what can be done about it:…Continue