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To improve economic policy-making in Low Income Countries (LICs) by providing policy-makers with a body of high-quality evidence about private enterprise development. (There is currently little good-quality evidence on this theme which is relevant to LICs.) Policies based on this evidence are expected to improve the business environment for private enterprise, leading to the emergence of more and larger firms, thus creating more and better jobs.
To transform Ethiopia’s tax system so that the Ethiopian Government can fund more services for its population from its own revenues and become less dependent on aid. It takes an accelerated ‘delivery approach’ to tax reform that will generate at least £295million of additional tax revenue, reduce compliance costs for taxpayers, and support a better environment for businesses by improving clarity and the fairness of the tax system for businesses and investors. In doing so, it will create a platform for further sustainable increases in tax revenue and improve the Government's ability to assess the distributional impacts of its tax policies, particularly on the poor.
To support the Government of Ethiopia to increase domestic revenues (in real terms and as a proportion of GDP), and to improve accountability and transparency in how the revenues are deployed (public expenditure).