This note summarises discussions and presentations from an afternoon seminar held by the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and the IGC on the 15th April 2021. The aim of the event was to share and discuss findings from ongoing research projects conducted jointly by personnel from the URA and the IGC.
18 Aug 2021 | Joseph Okello Ayo, Isabelle Cohen, Felix Forster, Tina Kaidu, Priya Manwaring, Dorothy Nakyambadde, Jakob Rauschendorfer
On a given day, 27% of Ugandan teachers do not attend class (Chaudhury et al, 2006). Even when teachers in Uganda and other developing countries come to school, they do not necessarily teach, and students do not necessarily learn.
Only three out of ten students can read and comprehend a simple story by grade three, and only eight out of ten can do so by grade seven...
3 Jan 2020 | Kizito Omala, Frederico Finan, Ernesto Dal Bó, David Schönholzer, Isabelle Cohen
How can low-cost methods of encouraging tax compliance in developing countries be most effectively constructed to encourage both new and current taxpayers? How does taxation lead to the demand for governmental accountability? There are various studies which have measured the impact of government-sponsored messages on the behaviour of firms and taxpayers. Generally, threats...
11 Dec 2019 | Isabelle Cohen
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