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Joint Design of Tax and Social Programs in the presence of informality in Developing Countries

Workshop

Tuesday 16th to Wednesday 17th October 2012, LSE

The fourth workshop in this series was held at the LSE during 16th and 17th October 2012. Details of the workshop can be found in the workshop programme|.

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

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

Speakers and Presentations

Ehtisham Ahmad, Michael Best and Caroline Pöschl Tax reforms and incentives to evade in the presence of informality - evidence from Mexico|
Ehtisham Ahmad and Michael Best Pakistan: Using third party information to plug tax gaps: need for a comprehensive tax reform|
Miguel Almunia and Michael Best Taxing of small businesses: Evidence from Mexico
Lucie Gadenne Tax me but spend wisely: Public finance and government accountability|
Izuru Kimura and Ringoringo Achmadi Financing and Delivery of Social Services in Indonesia: Status of Study|
Tariq Malik Using identity system for targeting transfers - Experience from Pakistan| 


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