WORKING PAPER 35
Younger, Stephen, Eric Osei-Assibey, and Felix Oppong. 2017. “Fiscal Incidence in Ghana.” Review of Development Economics 21(4): e47-e66.
Younger, Stephen, Eric Osei-Assibey, and Felix Oppong. 2015.“Fiscal Incidence in Ghana.” CEQ Working Paper 35, Center for Inter-American Policy and Research and Department of Economics, Tulane University, Ithaca College, University of Ghana and the World Bank, December.
WORKING PAPER 55
Younger, Stephen. 2017. “The Impact of Reforming Energy Subsidies, Cash Transfers, and Taxes on Inequality and Poverty in Ghana and Tanzania.” CEQ Working Paper 55, CEQ Institute, Tulane University, REVISED, June.
WORKING PAPER 66
Barofsky, Jeremey, Stephen Younger. 2019. “The Effect of Government Health Expenditure on the Income Distribution: A Comparison of Valuation Methods in Ghana.” CEQ Working Paper 66, CEQ Institute, Tulane University, June.
WORKING PAPER 78
Phillips, David, Ross Warwick, Maya Goldman, Karolina Goraus, Gabriela Inchauste, Tom Harris, and Jon Jellema. 2018. “Redistribution via VAT and Cash Transfers: An Assessment in Four Low and Middle Income Countries.” CEQ Working Paper 78, CEQ Institute, Tulane University, Institute of Fiscal Studies and World Bank, March.
WORKING PAPER 85
Lustig, Nora, Jon Jellema, and Valentina Martinez Pabon. 2019. “Leaving No One Behind: Can Tax-funded Transfer Programs Provide Income Floors in Sub-Saharan Africa?” CEQ Working Paper 85, CEQ Institute, Tulane University, September.
WORKING PAPER 86
Lustig, Nora, Jon Jellema and Valentina Pabon Martínez. 2021.“Are Budget Neutral Income Floors Fiscally Viable In Sub-Saharan Africa?” CEQ Working Paper 86, Commitment to Equity Institute, Tulane University, March.
WORKING PAPER 88
Sergio Urzua. 2019.“Redistribution Through Education: The Value of Public Education Spending.” CEQ Working Paper 88, CEQ Institute, Tulane University, June.
Fiscal Policy Inequality and Poverty – A CEQ Assessment for Ghana
Stephen D. Younger, Eric Osei-Assibey, Felix Oppong