What is CEQ?
The Commitment to Equity (CEQ) Institute, founded by Nora Lustig in 2015, works to reduce inequality and poverty through comprehensive and rigorous tax and benefit incidence analysis, and active engagement with the policy community. Click here for a primer.
The Introduction of indicator 10.4.2 – the Redistributive Impact of Fiscal Policy.
Access the Commitment to Equity Handbook Estimating the Impact of Fiscal Policy on Inequality and Poverty for free online or order a hardcopy.
“This book is a very much needed and welcome effort in the systematization of techniques and an enormous contribution to the existing body of evidence and knowledge on fiscal incidence.” – Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, Director, International Center for Public Policy, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University.
Browse Map for Publications by Country
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Completed Results produced for select indicators only
13. Costa Rica
15. Dominican Republic
18. El Salvador
28. Ivory Coast
45. South Africa
46. Sri Lanka
4. The Gambia
7. Kyrgyz Republic
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