Research Series (Economic Policy Research Centre) ISSN 2411-4499

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Income tax evasion in Uganda

This paper estimates the baseline amount of tax owed by comparing income amounts to reported on the 2015/16Uganda Revenue Authority income tax returns with similar income amounts households reported on the 2015/16 Uganda National Panel Survey

Attracting Investments Using Tax Incentives in Uganda: The Effective Tax Rates
This study examines the tax burden of various tax incentives schemes operational in Uganda by estimating the effective marginal tax rates (EMTR) and effective average tax rates (EATR). 
Financing Indoor Residual Spraying for Malaria Prevention in Uganda: Options for Cost Minimization
This report's findings indicate that 235 billion shillings (approximately 63.5 million US$) is required to finance country-wide implementation of Indoor Residual Spaying (IRS) using an Integrated District-Led (IDL) approach.
Court Actions and Boosting Domestic Revenue Mobilization in Uganda

The study analyzed how court actions particularly with respect to the operation of the Tax Appeals Tribunal (TAT), affect domestic revenue mobilisation in Uganda.

The Value Added Tax (VAT) Analysis for Uganda

This paper provides a comprehensive quantitative analysis of the gap between potential revenues and actual VAT collections, known as the compliance gap. 

The Distributional Impacts of Fiscal Consolidation in Uganda

This paper employs the dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) model to examine tax design issues that arise in addressing debt increases.

Expanding the Pension Sector in Uganda

The study investigates the nature of additional reforms required to expand pension coverage in Uganda. Specifically, the study focuses on governance and regulation, scope and coverage, efficiency, and competitiveness with specific reference to national social security, fiscal burden of the public pension scheme, and entry of new players in the pension space.

Outcome of the Nairobi WTO 10th Ministerial conference - Implications for the EAC cotton sector development

This paper investigates the implications of the package for the cotton sector development in the economy of the EAC as well as in the economies of member
countries, with special focus on Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania.

Effectiveness of the Public Payroll Decentralisation Reforms in Uganda

This study examines the extent to which the decentralisation of payroll management and salary processing has achieved its intended objectives.

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