The Biscay Model: innovation in taxation could advance the SDGs. An expert explains

The Biscay Region of Spain, which includes Bilbao, home of The Guggenheim Museum, has introduced taxation that rewards investments compliant with the SDGs. Image: Jorge Fernández Salas / Unsplash.

Kate Roll
Lecturer in Innovation Development and Public Policy, IIPP, University College London (UCL)
Abhinav Chugh
Content and Partnerships Lead, Expert Network and Content Partners, World Economic Forum
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Dr. Kate Roll, @IIPP_UCL
The Biscay Model speaks to a new way of thinking about governance. Credit: UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose.
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