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Tax Reform in Kenya: Policy and Administrative Issues

Nada Eissa, William Jack

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Kenya’s tax system has undergone more or less continual reform over the last twenty years. On the policy side, rate schedules have been rationalized and simplified, a new value-added tax introduced, and external tariffs brought in line with those of neighboring countries in East Africa. At the same time, administrative and institutional reforms have taken place.

About the Authors

Nada Eissa
Associate Professor of Public Policy
Georgetown University

William Jack
Professor
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Publication Information

Type Working Papers
Program Tax
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Posted 10/01/09