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Digital revolutions in public finance

Author: Sanjeev Gupta; Michael Keen; Alpa Shah; Geneviève Verdier; International Monetary Fund,
Publisher: Washington, DC : International Monetary Fund, [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Digitization promises to reshape fiscal policy by transforming how governments collect, process, share, and act on information. More and higher-quality information can improve not only policy design for tax and spending, but also systems for their management, including tax administration and compliance, delivery of public services, administration of social programs, public financial management, and more. Countries  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sanjeev Gupta; Michael Keen; Alpa Shah; Geneviève Verdier; International Monetary Fund,
ISBN: 9781484315224 1484315227
OCLC Number: 1004253186
Description: xvii, 343 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction: reshaping public finance / Sanjeev Gupta, Michael Keen, Alpa Shah, Geneviève Verdier --
pt. I. Pushing the frontiers in tax policy and revenue administration --
2. Digitalization and taxation / Bas Jacobs --
3. Taxation and the peer-to-peer economy / Aqib Aslam, Alpa Shah --
4. Implications of digitalization for international corporate tax reform / Michael P. Devereux, John Vella --
5. Testing and implementing digital tax administration / Jingnan (Cecilia) Chen, Shaun Grimshaw, Gareth D. Myles --
pt. II. Innovations in fiscal management --
6. Nowcashing: using daily fiscal data for real-time macroeconomic analysis / Florian Misch, Brian Olden, Marcos Poplawski-Ribeiro, Lamya Kejji --
7. Instilling digital trust: blockchain and cognitive computing for government / Arvind Krishna, Martin Fleming, Solomon Assefa --
pt. III. Modernizing public service delivery and spending --
8. Using digital technology for public service provision in developing countries: potential and pitfalls / Jenny C. Aker --
9. The digital revolution and targeting public expenditure for poverty reduction / Ravi Kanbur --
pt. IV. Country case studies --
10. Digitalization in Kenya: revolutionizing tax design and revenue administration / Njuguna Ndung'u --
11. Fiscal policy consequences of digitalization and demonetization in India / Rathin Roy, Suyash Rai --
12. Integration of government digitalization and public financial management--initial evidence / Marco Cangiano, Alan Gelb, Ruth Goodwin-Groen --
pt. V. How much is it all worth? --
The value of digitalizing government payments in developing economies / Susan Lund, Olivia White, Jason Lamb.
Responsibility: editors, Sanjeev Gupta, Michael Keen, Alpa Shah, and Geneviève Verdier.

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Digitization promises to reshape fiscal policy by transforming how governments collect, process, share, and act on information. More and higher-quality information can improve not only policy design for tax and spending, but also systems for their management, including tax administration and compliance, delivery of public services, administration of social programs, public financial management, and more. Countries must chart their own paths to effectively balance the potential benefits against the risks and challenges, including institutional and capacity constraints, privacy concerns, and new avenues for fraud and evasion. Support for this book and the conference on which it is based was provided by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

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