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14 ноября, 17:38

Making Ireland’s Public Investment More Efficient

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Posted by Carolina Renteria and Richard Allen[1] In July 2007, the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER) in Ireland invited the IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department to carry out a review of the country’s public investment management policies and practices....

08 ноября, 20:37

Farewell Mario Pessoa

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The PFM community is mourning the sudden passing of Mario Pessoa at the early age of 53, following a courageous struggle with a short illness. Mario was a highly-respected professional who graduated with a master’s degree in economics and social...

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01 ноября, 17:39

Setting the Fiscal Deficit in India[1]

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Posted by Anand P. Gupta[2] For the current fiscal year, 2017-18, the Government of India has budgeted a fiscal deficit of Rs. 5,46,532 crore, equivalent to 3.2 per cent of GDP. Is this number written in stone? Some experts say...

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30 октября, 19:19

Simplify Program Budgeting: Is There a Place for ‘Activities’ in a Program Classification?

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Posted By Khuram Farooq and Michael Schaeffer [i] The traditional program budgeting structure is program, sub-program and activity. Can we simplify this structure? Is the ‘activity’ element of this classification really necessary? Why ‘activity’? The conventional argument is that ‘activity’...

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24 октября, 16:59

Stocktake of PFM Diagnostic Instruments

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Posted by Lewis Hawke[1] So, you’ve heard of PEFA, and maybe TADAT, FTE and DeMPA. But what about EITI, EU-FB, GACAP II, HTS or MiGestion? The PEFA program has just released a consultation draft report that provides a stocktake of...

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20 октября, 22:49

How to Strengthen the Management of Government Guarantees

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Posted by Sandeep Saxena[1] A new paper on “How to Strengthen the Management of Government Guarantees” has been published by the IMF. The paper highlights commonly observed weaknesses in the management of government guarantees, describe good practices, and discuss measures...

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19 октября, 22:33

Gabon’s Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) Assessment

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Posted by Gwénaëlle Suc, Anicette Koumba, Danielle Nyamat and Wilfried Nzamba Mangala[1]. The 2016 Gabon Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) report is now available online. This publication concludes a six-month process to assess the performance of the Gabonese public...

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11 октября, 17:08

Public Finance and Development Resource Round-Ups

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Posted by Mark Miller[1] Followers of the IMF’s PFM blog may be interested in the Overseas Development Institute’s recently introduced monthly resources round-up that provides a commentary on the must-reads in the public finance and development world. These round-ups have...

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04 октября, 20:22

Brazil: Making the Spending Rule Work

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By Fabian Bornhorst and Teresa Curristine1 Brazil is emerging from a deep recession. While the country is expected to register positive growth in 2017, the crisis left deep scars in Brazil’s public finances. From 2013 to 2016, the primary budget...

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29 сентября, 17:09

Building PFM Capabilities in Africa

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Posted by Neil Cole and Adil Ababou[1] Through the Building PFM Capabilities in Africa programme, teams from seven African countries are participating in CABRI’s first application of the Problem-Driven Iterative Adaptation (PDIA) approach. Ministries of finance and budget teams from...

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27 сентября, 23:50

From the Editors

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Today, September 27th, marks the 10th birthday of the PFM Blog! It seems only yesterday that the idea of a blog was first mooted in the IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD). The idea was brand new then - the first...

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22 сентября, 18:02

Reforming PFM Institutions through PDIA

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Posted by Richard Allen[1] A new book by Matt Andrews and two co-authors on “Building State Capability: Evidence, Analysis, Action”[2] discusses the challenges of reforming systems of public administration and PFM in developing countries. A core message of the book...