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Domestic Resource Mobilization
Economic development is a domestically driven enterprise. No amount of foreign assistance or investment can substitute for a coherent, dynamic and domestically driven capital accumulation, intermediation and mobilization process.
Such a process is vital, even in the poorest of countries, so that nations can gradually ease their need for aid and for other unpredictable external sources of funding, sources which had been disproportionately drawn upon to finance their development needs.
NSI has been working with African, UK and Canadian partners to bridge the gap between research and practice regarding domestic resource mobilization (DRM).
DRM refers to savings and investments that are generated by both the public sector, primarily through taxation, and the private sector, as a channel for private savings by households and domestic firms.
Report: game đánh bạc online Financing the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Domestic Revenue Mobilization in Africa, by Aniket Bhushan (NSI),?Yiagadeesen Samy and Kemi Medu, 2013.
Journal Article: Domestic Resource Mobilization and the Post-2015 Agenda, by Aniket Bushan, published in Great Insights, Volume 2, Issue 3, April 2013.
Report: Aid and Taxation: Is Sub-Saharan Africa Different? by Aniket Bhushan (NSI) and Yiagadeesen Samy, 2012.
Presentations from conference: Enhancing Domestic Resource Mobilization in Sub Saharan Africa held in London, England in 2010.
Workshop Report: Domestic Resource Mobilization in Africa: National Stakeholder Engagement Workshops? by? Aniket Bhushan (NSI), 2010.
Report: Do-it-Yourself Development: Domestic Resource Mobilization in Africa, by Roy Culpepper and Aniket Bhushan (NSI), 2010.
Policy Brief: Domestic Resource Mobilization: An Overview, by Aniket Bhushan (NSI), 2010.
Report: Enhancing Domestic Resource Mobilization for Effective Development: Role of the Donor Community, by Aniket Bhushan (NSI) and Yiagadeesen Samy, 2010.
Report: Domestic Resource Mobilization in Burundi, by Astere Girukwigomba,? 2010.
Report: Domestic Resource Mobilization in Cameroon, by Sunday Khan, 2010.
Report: Domestic Resource Mobilization in Ethiopia, by ?Tsegabirhan Weldegiorigis Abay, 2010.
Report: Domestic Resource Mobilization in Tanzania, by ?Nehemiah E. Osoro, 2010.
Report: Domestic Resource Mobilization in Uganda, by John Mary Matovu,? 2010.
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