What’s tax got to do with it? Business, reporting and the SDGs
The UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) invites you to join this discussion on 'What’s tax got to do with it? Business, reporting and the SDGs' as part of the 'Walking the talk: Getting serious about the UN Sustainable Development Goals' event series.
This panel explores two areas of growing work and importance: firstly, the challenge of understanding and increasing the contribution of the private sector to the SDGs; and, secondly, the concomitant need to design and harness fiscal policy, particularly taxation, to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Panellists represent a diverse set of efforts to do this – ranging from estimating the effects of increased tax revenues on the SDGs in Malawi, to considering how to incentivise corporate SDG impact in Spain, and rethinking the contributions of corporations toward the SDGs in Nigeria.
This panel will outline the key issues in this space before taking deep-dives into the innovative work that is driving change. It will also examine tough questions around the use of incentives and disincentives, the challenges of measurement and localisation, and the advantages and limitations of reporting mechanisms.
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