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Rhiannon McCluskey

Communications and Impact Manager

Rhiannon McCluskey is the Communications and Impact Manager with the International Centre for Tax and Development (ICTD) and the Governance research cluster. Her research focuses on domestic resource mobilisation and social accountability in sub-Saharan Africa.

She has conducted research in Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Kenya to investigate the effectiveness of donor initiatives to build capacity in international taxation. Rhiannon holds a BA in Peace and Conflict Studies, Political Science, and African Studies from the University of Toronto and an MA in Governance and Development from the Institute of Development Studies.

Languages: English and French (fluent)

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International Centre for Tax and Development (ICTD)

The International Centre for Tax and Development (ICTD) provides research evidence that supports developing countries in raising domestic revenues equitably and sustainably, in a manner that is conducive to pro-poor economic growth and good governance.

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Rhiannon McCluskey’s recent work

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New interactive site on taxing tobacco in West Africa

For more than 30 years, the World Health Organization (WHO) has designated 31 May as World No Tobacco Day, which aims to inform the public of the danger of using tobacco, the leading preventable cause of death in the world. On this day, we’re pleased to share with you our new website Taxing...

31 May 2022

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Launch of the Tax Treaties Explorer: New data for better negotiation

The use of tax treaties by developing countries is controversial: Best case scenario? Tax treaties help attract foreign direct investment by reducing the risk of double taxation. Evidence for this is weak. Worst case scenario? They become a vehicle for multinational tax avoidance leading to huge...

8 December 2021

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The Tax Treaties Explorer: New data for better negotiation

The use of tax treaties by developing countries is controversial, to say the least. Best case scenario? Tax treaties help to attract foreign direct investment by reducing the risk of double taxation. Evidence for this is weak. Worst case scenario? They become a vehicle for multinational tax...

1 December 2021

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Apply for the ICTD’s new ‘Research on Tax and Development’ course

The International Centre for Tax and Development (ICTD), which is based at the Institute of Development Studies, is now accepting applications to the ‘Research on Tax and Development’ course. This course is part of the ICTD’s commitment to build research and analysis capacity on tax and...

15 June 2021