Corporate tax revenue and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) are two key development finance sources. This paper discusses potential trade-offs faced by developing countries, when mobilizing corporate tax revenue and FDI jointly, and provides policy recommendations how to address these trade-offs.
Hackenesch, Christine / Niels Keijzer / Julian Bergmann (2020)
The Current Column, 01 July 2020
Today sees Germany assume the Presidency of the Council of the European Union for six months. In this crisis year 2020, Germany must now get the EU’s internal recovery plan off the ground and pave the way for a future of social inclusion, environmental sustainability and economic success in the Union.
Unter dem Leitgedanken „Leave no one behind“ strebt die Agenda 2030 an, die Lebensbedingun-gen armer und marginalisierter Gruppen zu verbessern. Geflüchtete und Migrant*innen werden bisher nicht systematisch berücksichtigt. Um dies zu ändern, bedarf es nach Migrationsstatus disaggregierter Daten.
Cavatorta, Francesco / Fabio Merone (2020)
Discussion Paper, 16/2020
In recent years, Morocco has implemented far-reaching political reforms of modernisation and liberalisation but these have never reached the stage of a systemic change. The country's political regime is still authoritarian in nature.