The Benefits of Setting a Lower Limit on Corporate Taxation

2021-06-10T09:25:58-04:00June 9, 2021|

By Aqib Aslam and Maria Coelho

On June 5, 2021, Finance Ministers from the Group of Seven major industrialized nations committed to a global minimum corporate tax rate on multinationals of at least 15 percent. While there are a number of details yet to be hammered out in broader global discussions, this historic agreement heralds an important step forward on the road to international corporate tax reform. […]

Fit for Purpose—Adapting IMF Advice to a New Economic Landscape

2021-05-26T12:17:50-04:00May 24, 2021|

By Fabian Bornhorst and Ceyla Pazarbasioglu

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The International Monetary Fund is responding to the policy challenges of a fast-changing global economy still reeling from the COVID-19 crisis: it is modernizing the way it provides its regular policy advice to member countries—a process known as surveillance. […]

The Policymaker’s Trilemma

2021-05-14T13:01:37-04:00May 12, 2021|

By Abebe Aemro Selassie and Andrew Tiffin

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Imagine you’re a policymaker in sub-Saharan Africa. You’ve been charged with lifting your country out of the worst health crisis in living memory, and nobody around you knows when it will end—the second wave that gripped the region earlier in the year has eased, but many countries are nonetheless bracing for further waves as winter approaches. […]

How Strong Infrastructure Governance Can End Waste in Public Investment

2020-09-03T18:02:00-04:00September 3, 2020|

By Gerd Schwartz, Manal Fouad, Torben Hansen, and Geneviève Verdier

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COVID-19 has had a profound impact on people, firms, and economies all over the world. While countries have ramped up public lifelines to individuals and firms they will face enormous challenges to recover from the pandemic, amidst low economic activity and unprecedented levels of debt. […]

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