The use of incentives to attract, keep, and shape investment impacts the most pressing challenges facing us today, including climate change, corruption, employment, development, harmful competition, and public spending efficiency. How, when, where, and why governments use incentives to attract investment is critically important to whether and how society benefits from investments. However, the use of incentives is not well monitored, evaluated, or understood. This necessitates a closer look and, in many cases, a policy response.
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