The State Capacity Ceiling on Tax Rates

How can developing countries increase the tax revenue they collect? Augustin Bergeron discusses research in the D.R. Congo and provides evidence that low government enforcement capacity sets a binding ceiling on the Laffer tax rate in some developing countries, thereby demonstrating the value of increasing tax enforcement in tandem with tax rates to expand fiscal capacity.

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