Abdul Malik Iddrisu joined the IFS in 2019 and works as the Country Adviser for Ghana within the Centre for Tax Analysis in Developing Countries (TaxDev). The centre generates research and in-country analytical capacity in the area of tax and benefit policy in low- and middle-income countries around the world. Prior to joining IFS, Abdul Malik worked as an adjunct lecturer in economics at the Ghana Institute for Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and the Wisconsin International University College, Ghana.
PhD Development Economics, University of Ghana, 2018
MPhil Economics, University of Ghana, 2012
BA (Hons) Economics with Mathematics, University of Ghana, 2009
In this report, we provide a comprehensive overview of Ghana’s tax system. This is intended as a repository of key information for researchers, policymakers and the public, as well as highlighting aggregate patterns of note as a first step for identifying challenges and areas for reform.