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Political Economy of Citizenship Regimes: Tax in India and Brazil (Research Note)
Aaron Schneider evaluates changes to state capacity in Brazil and India by looking at the political economy of citizenship regimes and tax. The concept of citizenship regimes refers to stable mechanisms of incorporation that establish social actors as legitimate participants in political processes and claimants on public resources and authority.
This Research Note is published as part of the UNRISD Road to Addis and Beyond Series, bringing together a number of short essays that engage with current Financing for Development debates.