Fiscal states – the origins and developmental implications: Research papers and collaborating researchers


Research paper Author(s)
The political economy of the resource curse: a development perspective Antonio Savoia, Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester
Investigating the fiscal resource curse: what’s China got to do with it? Daniel Chachu, PhD student, University of Ghana
Edward Nketiah-Amponsah, Associate Professor, University of Ghana
How do political institutions matter in creating taxation states? Antonio Savoia, Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester
Kunal Sen, Director, UNU-WIDER
Abrams Mbu Enow Tagem, Research Associate, UNU-WIDER
Institutions, Aid and Fiscal Capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa Oliver Morrissey, Professor, University of Nottingham 
Abrams Mbu Enow Tagem, Research Associate, UNU-WIDER
Tax compliance, culture and local institutions: The legacy of pre-colonial centralization in Uganda Odd-Helge Fjeldstad, Research Professor, Chr Michelsen Institute
Merima Ali, Senior Researcher, Chr Michelsen Institute
Comparing Fiscal and Information Capacity in Latin America Matthias Vom Hau, Associate Professor, Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals) 
José Alejandro Peres Cajias, Research Fellow, University of Barcelona
Hillel Soifer, Associate Professor, Temple University)
Ruler, elites and fiscal state in early modern Europe and in developing countries today Marina Nistotskaya, Associate Professor, University of Gothenburg 
Michelle D’Arcy, Assistant Professor, Trinity College Dublin
The non-democratic origins of fiscal states Per Andersson, Researcher, Department of Political Science, Lund University
Taxless fiscal states: Lessons from 19th century America and 21st century China Yuen Yuen Ang, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan

The fiscal state and the social contract in Africa

James A. Robinson, Director of The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts, University of Chicago
Fiscal states in sub-Saharan Africa: Conseptualization and empirical trends Anne Mette Kjaer, Professor, Aarhus University
Ane Karoline Bak Foged, Postdoc Researcher, Aarhus University
Mathilde Jeppesen, PhD student, Aarhus University

Is there a fiscal resource curse?

Tania MasiPostdoc Researcher, University of Milano-Bicocca
Antonio SavoiaSenior Lecturer, University of Manchester
Kunal SenDirector, UNU-WIDER