Pacific Economic Monitor – December 2023: Domestic Resource Mobilization for Economic Recovery and Resilience
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Continued growth is expected in the Pacific, but governments need to generate additional resources for public infrastructure and services essential to sustaining economic development.
This edition of the Pacific Economic Monitor presents the region’s experiences in domestic resource mobilization (DRM), the process wherein governments generate their own resources to fund their operations. Policy briefs examine the case for improving DRM, explore digital transformation in tax administration, and discuss tourism, an important sector in many Pacific economies that may have a role to play in contributing to DRM.
- International and Regional Developments
- Country Economic Issues
- Policy Briefs
- The Role of Domestic Resource Mobilization and Financing Needs in the Pacific
- Tax Administration Reform through Digital Transformation
- Importance of Tourism: Case of Pacific Island Economies
- Economic Indicators