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Tax Policy and Administration Course

When:
Thursday, 27 April 2017

Activity Time:
09.00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m

Where:
DDTC Academy
Menara Satu Sentra Kelapa Gading 5th Floor,
Unit #0501
Jl. Bulevar Kelapa Gading LA3 No.1 Summarecon
Kelapa Gading Jakarta Utara 14240

Investment:
IDR 2.000.000,-
(Click here for discount)

Background:
Taxation (policy and administration) in developing countries has been a concern for many researchers and received much attention because of its various dimensions. The first dimension is taxation plays a key role in state building via two channels. On one hand, taxation can build fiscal contract that may bring a representative democracy, and as the main source of revenue to strengthening state capacity on the other. Second, after the 2008 crisis, many governments reformed their tax system and policies. Lastly, dimension of effort to finance development in order to fulfil any multilateral agreements, such as Doha Conference or Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

However, in Indonesia setting, several questions still remain. How good (or bad) was the tax revenue performance in Indonesia? Concerning its political, social, demographic, and economic status, how much could tax potential tax revenue be achieved? What major improvements need to be implemented in tax policy and tax administration? In order to answer these questions, we explore the theory, international best practice, trends and empirical studies from various countries

Topics Covered:

  • Fundamental perspectives of tax system,
  • Resource mobilization and policy dilemma,
  • Overview and trends in direct taxation,
  • Overview and trends in indirect taxation,
  • Tax administration: comparative study,
  • Tax compliance and taxing the hard to tax sector,
  • Estimating tax potential revenue and targeting,
  • Political economy of tax reform,
  • Recent issues in Indonesian taxation.

Lecturers:

B. Bawono Kristiaji

B. Bawono Kristiaji

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When:
Thursday, 27 April 2017

Activity Time:
09.00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m

Where:
DDTC Academy
Menara Satu Sentra Kelapa Gading 5th Floor,
Unit #0501
Jl. Bulevar Kelapa Gading LA3 No.1 Summarecon
Kelapa Gading Jakarta Utara 14240

Investment:
IDR 2.000.000,-
(Click here for discount)

Background:
Taxation (policy and administration) in developing countries has been a concern for many researchers and received much attention because of its various dimensions. The first dimension is taxation plays a key role in state building via two channels. On one hand, taxation can build fiscal contract that may bring a representative democracy, and as the main source of revenue to strengthening state capacity on the other. Second, after the 2008 crisis, many governments reformed their tax system and policies. Lastly, dimension of effort to finance development in order to fulfil any multilateral agreements, such as Doha Conference or Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

However, in Indonesia setting, several questions still remain. How good (or bad) was the tax revenue performance in Indonesia? Concerning its political, social, demographic, and economic status, how much could tax potential tax revenue be achieved? What major improvements need to be implemented in tax policy and tax administration? In order to answer these questions, we explore the theory, international best practice, trends and empirical studies from various countries

Topics Covered:

  • Fundamental perspectives of tax system,
  • Resource mobilization and policy dilemma,
  • Overview and trends in direct taxation,
  • Overview and trends in indirect taxation,
  • Tax administration: comparative study,
  • Tax compliance and taxing the hard to tax sector,
  • Estimating tax potential revenue and targeting,
  • Political economy of tax reform,
  • Recent issues in Indonesian taxation.

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