2 edition of Public expenditure management in francophone Africa found in the catalog.
Public expenditure management in francophone Africa
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/04/42|
|Contributions||International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
The new public management: Context and practice in Africa Article (PDF Available) in International Public Management Journal 4(2) June w Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Kempe Ronald Hope. Public Expenditure Management: Review of Bank materials for Operations Evaluation Department 1. Introduction This paper reviews a sample of World Bank documents, as well as other materials for workshops, falling within the broad area of public expenditure management. The materials were selected by World Bank staff, and are supposed to represent theFile Size: KB.
A Comparison Between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa Many African countries are benefiting from reductions in their external debt. One important objective is to redirect the budgetary resources released from servicing external debt towards poverty-reducing by: A Comparison between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa. By Ian Lienert. The Role of Internal Audit in Government Financial Management: An International Perspective. By Public Expenditure Management in Francophone Africa: A Cross-Country Analysis Cited by:
Contemporary Developments in Parliamentary Oversight in Francophone Countries Page 2 About This Publication Contemporary Developments in Parliamentary Oversight in Francophone Countries outlines the results of research undertaken on the mandates, organization, resources, and practices of Standing Committees on Using the Public Expenditure. sometimes of a hybrid nature and deals as well with the destination of the expenditure or the way it is managed. This is the case with the budget "titles" in most Francophone countries, or the "categories" in Madagascar. Box 1 shows the categories as defined by the budget law of File Size: KB.
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Public expenditure management, much of it elaborating on and updating material in the handbook, can be found on the Bank’s internal public expenditure web site. This web site will be regularly updated and it is intended to make it publicly available in the near Size: KB.
Public Expenditure Management in Francophone Africa: A Cross-Country Analysis Prepared by Yaya Moussa1 Authorized for distribution by Ehtisham Ahmad March Abstract This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the IMF.
The views expressed in this Working Paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent. Chapter 1. AN OVERVIEW OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT This chapter has two objectives.
First, it places public expenditure management (PEM) in the broader context of the role of the state, good governance, macroeconomic policy, and the changing environment (especially in information and communication technology).
To viewFile Size: 1MB. Cited by: Luc E. Leruth & Elisabeth Paul, "A Principal-Agent Theory Approach to Public Expenditure Management Systems in Developing Countries," IMF Working Papers 06/, International Monetary Bank, "Burundi Public Expenditure Review: Strengthening Fiscal Resilience to Promote Government Effectiveness[République du Burundi - Burundi Revue des Dépenses.
There are strong similarities between the French and French-inspired African PEM systems in terms of the legal setting, rules, and procedures. However, there are differences in practice, particularly in accounting and reporting, audit, and external control. Among the African countries themselves, there are many common features but also marked differences in audit and external by: shortcomings in the management of public expenditure.
Many developed countries have experienced chronic deficits, a significant rise in public expenditure as a proportion of the gross domestic product, difficulty in reallocating public money from declin-ing to emerging priorities, and weak productivity gains in government operations that have.
For instance, Lienert found significant differences between public expenditure management systems in anglophone and francophone African countries, in particular with regard to budget execution and Author: Ian Lienert.
South Africa Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability 11 Summary Assessment This Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) assessment was initiated and sponsored by the European Commission.
It has been undertaken with the formal agreement and active support of the Government of South Africa. The assessment adoptsFile Size: 1MB.
Public expenditure management handbook (English) Abstract. This handbook provides a framework for studying how governments can attain sound budget performance and gives guidance on the key elements of a well-performing public expenditure management (PEM) system.
The evaluation of public expenditure in Africa (English) Abstract. This book examines the role of public expenditures in contributing to economic growth in Africa. It presents five country case studies -using Kenya, Zambia, Botswana, Ghana, and Guinea- that examine Cited by: 7.
The Importance of Public Expenditure Management in Modern Budget Systems izing sources productively, effectively and sensitively (Allen, Tommasi,p). A clear distinction occurs between expenditure management and expenditure policy.
While expenditure policy is trying to find an answer for the question "what" is to be done, ex-File Size: KB. The book covers all aspects of public expenditure management from the preparation of the budget to the execution, control and audit stages. It is intended to be a practical, operational guide to help countries that are designing and implementing new laws and procedures relating.
"Public expenditure is one of the critical ingredients of a country’s development. To ensure that public expenditure is efficient and effective, it is essential that resource allocation decisions are underpinned by sound analysis and that a well-designed set of institutions, systems, processes, and a performance focus guide budget formulation and execution.
Get this from a library. A comparison between two public expenditure management systems in Africa. [Ian Lienert; International Monetary Fund.
Fiscal Affairs Department.] -- This paper assesses the advantages and disadvantages of the French and British public expenditure management systems as used in Africa. The main differences are in budget execution and government.
Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Public Expenditure Management and Public Policy Implementation in Developing Countries: Comments This is an excellent book, providing an introduction to the approach to public financial management adopted by most Francophone countries.
In this book, therefore, we study the role of public expenditure in a noneconometric way. We examine a number of specific instances of public expenditures and how, in these instances, economic performance was affected.
More specifically, we ask a series of questions of the examples studied that identify and illuminate the impact of. Traditionally, economics training in public finances has focused more on tax than public expenditure issues, and within expenditure, more on policy considerations than the more mundane matters of public expenditure management.
For many years, the IMF's Public Expenditure Management Division has answered specific questions raised by fiscal economists on such missions.
This study analyzes the differences between the public expenditure management systems of anglophone and francophone Africa. Concerning the budget process, the following conclusions can be drawn.
Budget preparation in the two regions is broadly similar, although the francophone countries’ system has two features that arguably are advantageous.
Guidelines for Public Expenditure Management. Topics covered in this book. and cash planning. For each aspect of public expenditure management, the guidelines identify separately the differing practices in four groups of countries - the francophone systems, the Commonwealth systems, Latin America, and those in the transition economies.
Guidelines for Public Expenditure Management - Ebook written by Barry H. Potter, Jack Diamond. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Guidelines for Public Expenditure Management. In general, Public Expenditure Management (PEM) tends to promote the achievement of three outcomes, namely, aggregate fiscal discipline, allocative efficiency, and operational efficiency.
Aggregate fiscal discipline refers to the alignment of public expenditures with total revenues (domestic revenues plus a sustainable level of foreign borrowing); roughly speaking, it means keeping government.Good Governance and Public Expenditure Management 54 The Meaning of Fiduciary Risk in Public Finance 55 The Unity of the Budget 55 Strengthening Public Expenditure Management in Africa: Criteria, Priorities, and Sequencing Contents of an Organic Budget Law in a Francophone African Country Downloadable!
This paper assesses the advantages and disadvantages of the French and British public expenditure management systems as used in Africa. The main differences are in budget execution and government accounting. In both francophone and anglophone Africa, there are common weaknesses in the application of the inherited systems, which appear to dominate any distinct features of the.