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This study analyses domestic revenue mobilisation in developing countries, which is an essential component of financing for development. It discusses the role of corporate tax revenues and challenges for the taxation of multinational firms in developing countries, with a focus on effects of Dutch corporate tax policy and Dutch tax treaties. The study concludes that for some developing countries these effects are negative and material.
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Evaluation of Dutch support to capacity development: the case of the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy
This one of seven studies is carried out in the context of an extensive evaluation of the impacts of capacity development activities financed through Dutch development organizations.
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Evaluation of the Dutch ‘Governance and Human Rights Programme’ in Guatemala 1997 - 2003