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Switches from quota- to non-quota seats: A comparative study of Tanzania and Uganda
(CMI Brief no. 2CMI Brief vol. 17 no. 2018:2, Report, 2018-04-01)
Reserved-seat quotas have been used worldwide as a measure to get more women in parliament. However, they are meant to be temporary until women can compete with men for open seats using their quota experience. The cases ...
Forward looking review of the regional strategy on scaling up access to modern energy services in the East African community
(Research report, 2013-07-10)
The East African Countries (EAC) Secretariat’s Energy Division supports regional knowledge coordination and has become a common forum for exchange of best practices and discussions on joint development, and improved ...
To pay or not to pay? Citizens' attitudes towards taxation in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa
(Afrobarometer Working Paper 143, Research report, 2013-01-01)
This paper examines factors that determine citizens’ tax-compliance attitude in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa. Using the 2011/12 Afrobarometer survey data, we find that tax-compliance attitude is positively ...
Factors affecting tax compliant attitude in Africa: Evidence from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa
(Conference object, 2013-02-28)
In this study, we explore factors that determine citizens’ tax compliance behavior in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa using attitude and perception data from the new round 5 of Afrobarometer surveys. The study ...
Taxing the urban boom: property taxation in Africa
(CMI Insight 2017:1, Report, 2017-03-01)
The growth of Africa’s towns and cities has outpaced local governments’ capacity for service delivery in terms of management, infrastructure, and financing. As a result, many African towns and cities are now faced with a ...
Specialised anti-corruption courts: A comparative mapping
(U4 Issue 2016:7, Research report, 2016-12-01)
Frustration with the capacity of the ordinary machinery of justice to deal adequately with corruption has prompted many countries to develop specialised anti-corruption institutions. While anti-corruption agencies with ...
Local government revenue mobilisation in Anglophone Africa
(CMI Working Paper WP 2012:6, Working paper, 2012-10-03)
This paper examines opportunities and constraints facing local revenue mobilization in Anglophone Africa with an emphasis on urban settings. Specific revenue instruments and their effects on economic efficiency, income ...
Taxation, aid and democracy. Research programme 2000-2003. Final report.
(Research report, 2004-01-01)
Taxation, aid and democracy are closely related in poor aid-dependent African countries. The way they tackle the issue of domestic revenue mobilisation significantly influences their potential for economic growth and ...
Mass Taxation and State-Society Relations in East Africa
(Taxation and State Building in Developing Countries Chapter 5, Chapter, 2008-01-01)
Poll (‘head'''') tax has been the most common form of direct mass taxation in many sub-Saharan African countries since colonial times. Until very recently it was a dominant source of revenue for local governments. It has ...
Taxation, aid and democracy: The evolution of tax systems in Africa.
(Conference object, 2008-04-22)