Colette Nyirakamana is Research Lead for the LoGRI program and Senior Research Associate at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto. She holds a doctoral degree in Comparative Public Policy from McMaster University. Her research focuses on local finances, particularly local government revenue mobilization. She explores why, despite the significant potential of financial resources, African cities fail to raise enough revenue, and her research highlights how weak fiscal autonomy limits the capacity of cities to finance public services.
Strengthening Property Tax systems in low-income countries (University of Toronto, LoGRI) (EN/FR)