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15 августа, 18:14

Managing Fiscal Risks in the UK

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Posted by Richard Hughes[1] On 17 July 2018, HM Treasury published its first ever report on Managing Fiscal Risks, the Government’s response to the Office for Budget Responsibility’s (OBR’s) Fiscal Risks Report published in July 2016. The OBR’s Fiscal Risks...

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07 августа, 16:37

Colombia Emerges Strong in its Fiscal Transparency Evaluation

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Posted by Diana Escobar and Sandeep Saxena[1] The IMF’s Fiscal Transparency Evaluation of Colombia highlights the progress made by the country in recent years in building more transparent fiscal management institutions. The IMF just published the report that evaluates Colombia’s...

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31 июля, 18:30

Leveraging the Internal Control Framework to Improve Fiscal Risk Management

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Posted by Suzanne Flynn and Nihad Nakaš[1] Many South East European (SEE) countries identify enhancing fiscal risk management as a priority in their PFM reform plans. They are increasingly publishing information on fiscal risks and moving to more active risk...

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23 июля, 19:06

Do Sanctions Improve Compliance with Public Finance Laws and Regulations?

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Posted by Richard Allen and Yugo Koshima[1] Financial irregularities arising from breaches of public financial management (PFM) laws and regulations are commonplace in countries at all stages of development. They can have a significant fiscal impact. In several countries, external...

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19 июля, 18:18

Developing Systems to Combat Corruption

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Posted by David Fellows[1] In April 2018, the PFM Blog carried a short note on the use of objective data to combat corruption. The piece highlighted statistical techniques being used in western countries to identify corruption by correlating unorthodox procurement...

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16 июля, 20:58

Strengthening the Relationship between the UK Treasury and the Bank of England

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Posted by Neeraj Patel[1], Mario Pisani, Nathanaël Benjamin[2] and William Durham On 21 June 2018, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Governor of the Bank of England unveiled new reforms to the Bank's financial framework, intended to boost...

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09 июля, 20:04

How to Manage the Fiscal Costs of Natural Disasters

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Posted by Serhan Cevik, Guohua Huang, and Alexander Tieman[1] The world is a dangerous place. The frequency and severity of natural disasters, including extreme weather events, have exacerbated across the world over the past few decades, with significant adverse effects...

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07 июля, 00:34

Tribute to Mario Pessoa by Brazil Eighth International Congress of Accounting, Cost and Public Expenditure Quality

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During the course of the 8th Brazil International Congress of Accounting, Costs and Public Expenditure Quality – to be held during August 15 – 17, 2018 in Belo Horizonte, state of Minas Gerais, Brazil (www.congressocq.net) the organizers will pay tribute...

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05 июля, 19:10

Gender Budgeting in South Asia

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Posted by Teresa Curristine[1] and Udaya Pant[2] The first IMF Asian regional workshop on gender budgeting (GB) was held in India in March 2018. Twenty-eight delegates from ten Asian countries participated (Bangladesh, Bhutan, Korea India, Indonesia, Maldives, Nepal, Philippines Sri...

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05 июля, 19:10

Gender Budgeting in South Asia

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Posted by Teresa Curristine[1] and Udaya Pant[2] The first IMF Asian regional workshop on gender budgeting (GB) was held in India in March 2018. Twenty-eight delegates from ten Asian countries participated (Bangladesh, Bhutan, Korea India, Indonesia, Maldives, Nepal, Philippines Sri...

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28 июня, 16:30

PEFA Summer School, 17-19 July, Washington DC

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Posted by PEFA Secretariat The PEFA Secretariat is pleased to announce that it will be conducting a PEFA ‘summer school’ workshop from July 17-19, 2018 at the World Bank offices (Room C8-100) in Washington DC. The workshop is intended for...

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27 июня, 23:25

Who Should Compensate the Economic Damage of Natural Disasters?

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Posted by Yugo Koshima[1] Natural disasters can cause significant damage to the economy. In Japan, the total damage caused by all types of natural disasters to public infrastructures between 1989 and 2016 amounted to 7 percent of GDP. The government...