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22 апреля, 17:21

IMF’s PFM Online Course to Open Year-Round

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Posted by Fabien Gonguet The Fiscal Affairs Department and the Institute for Capacity Development of the IMF are pleased to announce that the online course on Public Financial Management (PFM) will relaunch on May 1, 2019 and remain open year-round....

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18 апреля, 16:19

Political Interference and Infrastructure Governance

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Posted by Taz Chaponda and Richard Allen[1] Building large infrastructure is a very difficult undertaking, particularly in the public sector. A lot of things can go wrong during the life of a large project, leading to cost and time overruns...

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11 апреля, 18:45

Putting the ‘Public’ Back into Public Finance

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Posted by Paolo de Renzio[1] Few people ever stop to think about it, but government budgets affect our everyday lives in many different ways. Budget decisions – how a government taxes, borrows and spends – can have a deep impact...

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11 апреля, 17:12

IMF’s PFM Course used for Joint Training in Mauritius

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Posted by Robert Clifton and Naimabee Aubdoollah-Suhootoorah[1] Public financial management (PFM) is a broad, multifaceted and complex terrain that can be quite daunting for a new analyst in a ministry of finance to fully comprehend. In addition to the technical...

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10 апреля, 18:02

Fiscal Transparency: The Case of Tax Expenditures in Developing Countries

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Posted by Mario Mansour [1] In recent years, more developing countries have started reporting on their tax expenditures, however the quality of reporting needs to improve if it is to usefully contribute to fiscal transparency and the debate on domestic...

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04 апреля, 22:07

Tackling Corruption in Government

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Posted by Vitor Gaspar, Paolo Mauro and Paulo Medas Note that this article originally posted on the IMF blog No country is immune to corruption. The abuse of public office for private gain erodes people’s trust in government and institutions,...

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01 апреля, 23:09

IMF Holds Seminar on Implementing Gender Responsive Budgeting In Central Africa

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Posted by Gwénaëlle Suc and Abdoulaye Touré[1] Gender inequalities and inequities remain pervasive in Central Africa. For example, in recent years, about 35 percent of girls graduated from high school in the region, against 45 percent of boys. And women...

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01 апреля, 23:09

Un séminaire du FMI pour mettre en œuvre la budgétisation sensible au genre en Afrique Centrale

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Par Gwénaëlle Suc and Abdoulaye Touré[1] Les inégalités et inéquités liées au genre demeurent très fortes en Afrique Centrale. Par exemple, sur la période récente, environ 35 % des filles achèvent un cursus d’enseignement secondaire dans la région contre 45...

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25 марта, 18:30

Renforcer la transparence budgétaire en Afrique francophone

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Publié par Bruno Imbert[1] La transparence budgétaire est devenue un sujet majeur au cours de la décennie passée. La détérioration rapide de la situation des finances publiques, à la suite de la crise économique mondiale de 2018, et les ajustements...

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25 марта, 17:35

Increasing Fiscal Transparency in Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa

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Posted by Bruno Imbert[1] Fiscal Transparency has become a pressing topic in the international agenda over the past years. The sharp deterioration of the fiscal stance that accompanied the 2018 global economic crisis, and the related needs for fiscal adjustment,...

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25 марта, 16:44

How the PFM Act in Pakistan Could Fix Public Finances

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Posted by Muhammad Afnan Alam[1] The government of Pakistan has implemented a wide range of PFM reforms since the early 2000s. Their impact, however, has been mixed. Improvements in some areas—better informed financial statements, faster external audit scrutiny, introduction of...

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18 марта, 16:34

A Look Behind the Curtain: Coverage and Use of an FMIS

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Posted by Moritz Piatti- Fünfkirchen[1] At their core, FMIS systems enable the efficient processing of financial transactions and embed a set of controls to ensure that the budget is implemented as planned and effectively controlled. They also support the implementation...