The Institute engages with a variety of bodies, including the media, policymakers and politicians, other policy research institutes, academics, think-thanks, business community, civil society and pressure groups. It seeks to collaborate with similar institutions and leading experts in the various areas of economics in and outside Ghana in order to widen the policy research opportunities and also raise the interest in Ghana’s economic growth and development. The institutions that the IFS seeks to collaborate with include the following:

  1. Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), UK
  2. Center for Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy (CMAPP), UK
  3. Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), Spain
  4. Fiscal Policy Studies Institute (FPSI), New Mexico, USA
  5. Fiscal Policy Institute (FPI), New York, USA
  6. Fiscal Research Center, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA
  7. Center for Tax Policy and Administration, OECD, Paris, France
  8. Center for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), University of Oxford, UK
  9. International Tax Dialogue (IDT)
  10. Fiscal Affairs Department of the IMF, Washington DC, USA
  11. The Tax Institute (TTI), Sydney, Australia
  12. Africa Economic Research Consortium (AERC), Nairobi, Kenya
  13. Africa Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), Harare, Zimbabwe
  14. Africa Training Institute (ATI), Mauritius
  15. Africa Tax Institute (ATI), University of Pretoria, Department of Economics, South Africa
  16. Applied Fiscal Research Center (AFReC), University of Cape Town, School of Economics, South Africa
  17. Development Policy Unit (DPRU), University of Cape Town, School of Economics, South Africa
  18. Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), Nairobi, Kenya
  19. The Revenue Watch, USA
  20. Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), Ghana
  21. Imani, Ghana
  22. Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), Ghana
  23. Center for Economic Policy Analysis (CEPA), Ghana