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Ebook on Brexit and International Development

Hi all,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'.Link here:…See More
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Michel Jebrak commented on Steve Macey's blog post 'Greening the fiscal regime for mining'
"It is obviously a good track for a better integration of the externalities of the mining industry. However, it could be difficult to implment. Just a simple example: the tendancy is to switch from diesel to electricity for the mining equipment. The…"
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Greening the fiscal regime for mining

This blog is reposted from the Green Fiscal Policy Network: http://greenfiscalpolicy.org/policy-insights/mining/green-fiscal-regime-for-mining/ 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 pollutants, water and energy used in the mining…See More
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Steve Macey posted a blog post

Greening the fiscal regime for mining

This blog is reposted from the Green Fiscal Policy Network: http://greenfiscalpolicy.org/policy-insights/mining/green-fiscal-regime-for-mining/ 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 pollutants, water and energy used in the mining…See More
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Crown Agents
Type of Organisation
Government, Business
Job Title
Economist
About My Work
Economist with experience in fiscal regimes for extractive industries (both mining and petroleum) as well as public financial management of natural resource revenues. Also interested in transparency issues surrounding natural resource management.

Experience in UK Government having worked as an Economist at HMRC focusing on the fiscal regime for North Sea Oil and Gas alongside other Corporation tax issues.

From October 2010 to October 2012, was an ODI Fellow in Ministry of Finance and Economic Development in Sierra Leone. During my post I was heavily involved in developing a fiscal regime for the mining and petroluem sector, evaluating different fiscal rules for managing the upcoming revenues, revenue reconciliation, revenue forecasting and revenue transparency.

Since then, have consulted for the Natural Resources Charter and the Revenue Development Foundation. Since July 2013, I have been a consultant in the tax team at Crown Agents.
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, investing, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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Ebook on Brexit and International Development

Posted on January 7, 2019 at 21:45 0 Comments

Hi all,

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'.

Link here:…

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Greening the fiscal regime for mining

Posted on October 23, 2018 at 18:37 1 Comment

This blog is reposted from the Green Fiscal Policy Network: 

http://greenfiscalpolicy.org/policy-insights/mining/green-fiscal-regime-for-mining/

 

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…

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Presentation at Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

Posted on December 12, 2015 at 12:43 0 Comments

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/revenue-from-taxable-sources-extractive-industries-stephen-macey

Dear all,

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.

Steve

Guardian Q and A on generating revenue from extractives - Thursday Dec 11th 2014

Posted on December 10, 2014 at 13:03 0 Comments

All,

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:…

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At 12:08 on February 26, 2015, Dauda Garuba said…

Happy to connect with you, Steve.

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