Taxation and local democracy under the oil state
This project combines research on taxation (upstream) and spending (downstream) at the local level in Angola. It will shed light on the overall direction in which the local governance system in Angola is evolving: towards a “developmental” system or a political control-and-spend system associated with the resource curse.
The overall objective is to contribute to the development of a local governance system which is based on a social fiscal contract between citizens and government. This involves taxation and expenditure systems that are perceived to be fair by citizens, locally embedded, well adapted to local needs and capacities and generally contributing to growth and social development.
In this project the researchers will revisit the municípios visited in Malanje, Luanda, Huíla and Benguela in order to assess the development since last field work. In addition, one to two new case studies will be added.
Tax amnesty in Angola: a fresh start or a vicious circle?
Odd-Helge Fjeldstad, Søren Kirk Jensen, Francisco Miguel Paulo
Pillars of fiscal decentralisation: Principles, international experiences and challenges for Angola [O fundamento fiscal da autarquia]
Reforming the non-oil tax system in Angola - mission impossible?
Odd-Helge Fjeldstad, Søren Kirk Jensen and Francisco Miguel Paulo
Opposition parties and local governance in contemporary Angola and Mozambique: Mechanisms of exclusion and domination
Aslak Jangård Orre
Political opposition in Sub-Saharan Africa
Capital flight from Africa - with a little help from the banks
Odd-Helge Fjeldstad and Kari K. Heggstad
Fuga de Capitais E a Política de Desenvolvimento a Favor dos Mais Pobres em Angola [Capital Flight and Pro-Poor Development Policy in Angola]
Autarquias em Angola: Qual o problema do gradualismo?
Aslak Jangård Orre
The role of banks in capital flight from developing countries
Approaches and effects of tax incentive systems: International experiences
Illicit financial flows, tax havens and development: International perspectives and initiatives
“Making money in Angola is about connections, not hard work”
Ivar Kolstad, Arne Wiig, Vissolela Chivunda
Rural poverty in Malanje, Angola
Inge Tvedten, Gilson Lázaro, Eyolf Jul-Larsen, Mateus Agostinho
Dificuldades Permanentes: Pobreza Feminina em Malanje Rural, Angola
Iselin Åsedotter Strønen, Osvaldo Silva, Margareth Nangacovie, Cláudio Fortuna
Tribal representation & local land governance in India: A case study from the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya
Kavita Navlani Søreide
Magnificent and Beggar Land: Angola since the Civil War
Perspectives on Politics
Governance and Fiscal Federalism in Sudan, 1989–2015: Exploring Political and Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in an Unstable Polity
Atta El-Hassan El-Battahani, Hassan Ali Gadkarim