Research Director for Tax & Development, Institute for Fiscal Studies; Senior Economist, World Bank (on leave)
Anne Brockmeyer is Research Director for Tax & Development at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, Honorary Associate Professor at University College London, and a Senior Economist at the World Bank (on leave). She is also a Research Affiliate at the Centre for Economic Policy Research. Anne’s research lies at the intersection of public economics and development economics, with a focus on tax system design. Anne holds a PhD from the London School of Economics.
More information and research papers are available at www.annebrockmeyer.com.
Recent work by Anne Brockmeyer
How developing countries can boost their property tax revenues: Evidence from Mexico City
Increasing property taxes can boost revenues for developing countries, but enforcement may threaten the welfare of liquidity-constrained households
Anne Brockmeyer Alejandro Estefan Karina Ramírez Arras Juan Carlos Suárez Serrato
How to cast a wider tax net? Experimental evidence from Costa Rica
A simple tax enforcement email aimed at non-filers offers a cost-effective solution for improving tax compliance
Anne Brockmeyer Spencer Smith Marco Hernandez Stewart Kettle