Boosting tax compliance in Indonesia using insights from behavioural economics



Chris Hoy, University of Sydney.


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Tuesday, 23 May, 2017 - 12:15 to 13:30

Indonesia only collects around 12 per cent of GDP in tax revenue and around 40 million people are estimated to be failing to meet their tax obligations. To address this challenge, a variety of ‘nudge’ interventions informed by behavioural economics are being trialled to boost tax compliance. These interventions have drawn upon what has been shown to be effective in a number of countries, such as the UK and Guatemala.

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