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Khan, Laila 2020. ‘The evolving ‘thunder’: the challenges around imposing the digital tax in developing African countries. International Journal of DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY & ECONOMY 4 (1) , pp. 34-50. 10.31785/ijdte.4.1.4

Khan, Lyla Latif 2017. Tax, economic development and African democracies: a disquisition on whether taxes improve economic development in African democracies. Lambert Academic Publishing.

Khan, Laila 2017. An explication on broadening the definition and scope of maximum available resources under the general comment 14 of the ICESCR to include Islamic taxation in financing the right to health. Biomedical Journal of Scientific and Technical Research 1 (3) 10.26717/BJSTR.2017.01.000314

Brolan, Claire E., Forman, Lisa, Dagron, Stephanie, Hammonds, Rachel, Waris, Attiya and Khan, Lyla Latif 2017. The right to health of non-nationals and displaced persons in the sustainable development goals era: challenges for equity in universal health care. International Journal for Equity in Health 16 (14) 10.1186/s12939-016-0500-z

Khan, Lyla Latif 2017. A case study on the application of human rights principles in health policy making and programming in Chereng any sub county in Kenya. Integrative Journal of Global Health 1 (1)

Khan, Lyla Latif 2016. Centralized revenue redistribution as a potential cause of internal conflict in Kenya. Modern Africa: Politics, History and Society 4 (1) , pp. 91-105.

Khan, Lyla Latif 2015. Towards establishing fiscal legitimacy through settled fiscal principles in global health financing. Health Care Analysis 23 (4) , pp. 376-390. 10.1007/s10728-015-0305-z

Khan, Lyla Latif 2015. Financing the progressive realisation of socio-economic rights in Kenya. University of Nairobi Law Journal 8 , 1.

Khan, Lyla Latif 2015. Legal and financial responsibility in promoting health equity in Kenya. JKUAT Law Journal 1

Ooms, Gorik, Khan, Lyla Latif, Waris, Attiya, Brolan, Claire E, Hammonds, Rachel, Friedman, Eric A, Mulumba, Moses and Forman, Lisa 2014. Is universal health coverage the practical expression of the right to health care? BMC International Health and Human Rights 14 , 3. 10.1186/1472-698X-14-3

Khan, Lyla Latif 2014. The effect of tax amnesty on anti-money laundering in Bangladesh. Journal of Money Laundering Control 17 (2) , pp. 243-255.

Ooms, Gorik, Mulumba, Moses, Hammonds, Rachel, Khan, Lyla Latif, Waris, Attiya and Forman, Lisa 2013. A global social contract to reduce maternal mortality: the human rights arguments and the case of Uganda. Reproductive Health Matters 21 (42) , pp. 129-138. 10.1016/S0968-8080(13)42736-2

Khan, Lyla Latif 2013. Health rights in the post-2015 development agenda: including non-nationals. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2013 (9) , 719-719A. 10.2471/BLT.13.128173

Friedman, Eric A., Flores, Walter, Brolan, Claire, Hill, Peter, Hussain, Sameera, Mulumba, Moses, Khan, Laila Latif, Eggermont, Natalie and Gostin, Laurence O. 2013. Community engagement: Engaging communities in the post-2015 global health agenda is a necessity for human rights and social legitimacy. In: Samarasinghe, Natalie ed. Global Development Goals: Leaving No One Behind., Witan Media., pp. 100-103.

Waris, Attiya and Khan, Lyla Latif 2013. Black money whitening law: a study from Bangladesh. [Working Paper]. vol. 9. Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI).

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