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ICTD Working Paper 82

Can ICTs Increase Tax? Experimental Evidence from Ethiopia

Published on 2 July 2018

The widespread introduction of information and communication technologies (ICTs) and digitalised data management systems is one of the most important developments among African tax administrations in recent years. However, very little evidence is available on their effectiveness in practice, and how taxpayers respond to these changes. This paper starts filling this gap by reporting three sets of results from Ethiopia.

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Mascagni,G; Mengistu, A.T and Woldeyes, F.B. (2018) Can ICTs Increase Tax? Experimental Evidence from Ethiopia, ICTD Working Paper 82, Brighton: IDS

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Giulia Mascagni

IDS Research Fellow and ICTD Research Director

Andualem Mengistu

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published by
ICTD and IDS
journal
ICTD Working Paper, issue 82
isbn
978-1-78118-456-1
language
English

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