I'm a grad student trying to conduct research, and my project depends on finding a dataset which enumerates taxation and revenue by colonial-era and post-colonial governments within the early 20th century. The British colonial blue books offer a lot of good primary source data for Africa specifically, but this is somewhat lacking on its own. Given how distinct colonialism in Africa was from colonialism elsewhere (with African colonialism focusing more on extraction than settlement), failing to address cases outside of Africa would be pretty flawed. I also can't limit myself exclusively to British colonies, since there's a wealth of literature claiming that the colonial strategies employed by the British fostered distinct institutions from the colonialism of other metropolitan nations.
In short, I need a large dataset of state revenue expenditures, the composition of those expenditures (e.g. how much was spent on military, how much on healthcare, how much on education, etc.), and taxation within the early 20th century. This should preferably cover both colonial and non-colonial governments during that time period.
I'm more than willing to accept a dataset which covers only part of these specifications. I'd be very grateful for any help. Thanks.
EDIT: I assumed this was obvious, but "colonial govts" here refers to the govts of colonial dependencies that remained under European control at the start of the 20th century (e.g. French West Africa, Indochine, British African colonies, etc.).