Former IMF historian James Boughton reviews key events that have shaped the International Monetary Fund over its existence.
This book develops a practical methodology to show how major environmental damage from energy can be quantified for different countries and used to design efficient energy taxes.
Natural resources are valuable but finite non-renewable national assets. This handbook explains how tax policy affects natural resource tax administration.
This paper explores the challenges of replacing generalized price subsidies with more equitable social safety net instruments, and describes the features of successful subsidy reforms.
This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the challenges of fiscal consolidation and debt reduction in the Caribbean.