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Design of Tax and Social Policy in the Presence of Informality


Monday 27th to Tuesday 28th February 2012, 5th Floor, Lionel Robbins Building, LSE

The third workshop on the Design and Financing of Social Programs was held at the LSE during 27th and 28th February 2012. More details can be found in the workshop programme| and the workshop summary|.

This event was sponsored jointly by the LSE Asia Research Centre and the International Growth Centre.

The slides of the presentations from the workshop can be downloaded from the links below.

Speakers and Presentations

Ehtisham Ahmad and Michael Best Interactions between tax policy and administration, and social policy in the presence of informality|
Jose Luis Viveros Añorve Mexico: Oportunidades - A State level evaluation in Chiapas|
Izuru Kimura Social service delivery and social security in the decentralized Indonesian context|
Alex Mourmouras Informality and Collusion
Rosalia Vasquez-Alvarez Labour markets and informality in GCC countries - the past and continuing policy agenda|
Giorgio Brosio and Juan Pablo Jimenez Reaching inclusive social policies and decentralization: Argentina and Brazil|
Ehtisham Ahmad Pakistan: Taxes, transfers, rent-seeking and interregional conflict - the policy agenda|