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Strengthening Domestic Resource Mobilization
Moving from Theory to Practice in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

by Raul Junquera-Varela and Marijn Verhoeven

Series:Directions in Development: DID - Public Sector Governance
ISBN 9781464810732
Code: #211073

Publication year: 2017

Cdn: $45.50; US: $35.00
Language: English
144 pages
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Public spending plays a key role in the economic growth and development of most developing economies. This book analyzes revenues, policy, and administration of Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) in developing countries. It provides a broad landscape of practical examples, drawing from lessons learned in World Bank operations across Global Practices over the past several decades. It should be thought of as a starting point for a more comprehensive research agenda rather than a complete inventory itself. This book reviews the trends in tax revenue collection in developing countries. It provides an overview of efforts to close the revenue gap, many of which have been supported by World Bank operations. The book reviews the special challenges facing low income countries, which have traditionally relied on indirect revenues in the context of limited formalization of their economies. An overview of tax policy and administration reform programs is presented, with an overview of outstanding issues that will shape the policy agenda in years ahead.
Strengthening Domestic Resource Mobilization
Cdn: $45.50; US: $35.00
World Bank BookID: 119699 Added: 2017.4.15