Tax for Growth Launch Event Programme.pdf
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You can listen to the audio event recording here:
The centrality of taxation in the growth paradigm has motivated the IGC to create the Tax for Growth Initiative. To launch the initiative the IGC is hosting a half-day event focusing on the role of tax research and evidence in promoting economic growth in developing countries. Over the last 15 years, there has been an explosion in research collaboration between Revenue Authorities and Academic Researchers. This has led to the production of exciting new evidence and innovative solutions to improve tax collection. There has also been a data revolution with Revenue Authorities digitising tax systems as well as better integration across different systems.
You can find the programme below.