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19 июня, 21:24

Building Fiscal Capacity in the Caribbean

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Posted by Suhas Joshi[1] PFM capacity in the Caribbean was recently given a boost by the delivery of a regional Seminar on Cash and Debt Management and Commitment Control. The event was held in St. Lucia under the aegis of...

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16 июня, 17:59

Challenges of Modernizing FMIS

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Posted by Nicolas Botton[1] Under pressure for fiscal consolidation, supranational directives, or merely the need to better allocate resources and manage cash, many governments around the world are trying to extract more information out of their Financial Management Information Systems...

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14 июня, 21:45

The Stages of PFM Reform in Fragile States

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Posted by Mario Pessoa[1] A recently published policy note by the IMF discusses the challenges of reforming fiscal institutions in fragile states. It identifies several stages through which such reforms typically pass. In broad terms, these stages comprise: (i) an...

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09 июня, 18:39

Sustainable Infrastructure Development in the Pacific Islands

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Posted by Lorena Estigarribia, Roland Rajah, and Richard Neves[1] Infrastructure, whether delivered or owned by the public or private sector is critical for sustainable economic and social development. This is especially so for Pacific island countries, whose remoteness, vulnerability to...

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07 июня, 19:38

Public Participation in Fiscal Policy

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Posted by Murray Petrie[1] Direct engagement between citizens and governments is increasingly recognized as a critical link in the chain between fiscal transparency, more effective accountability for public financial management, and better fiscal and development outcomes. The importance attached to...

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01 июня, 16:26

Brazil’s Efforts to Improve Fiscal Transparency

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Posted by Paulo Medas [1] An increasing number of countries have done an assessment of their fiscal transparency practices against the principles in the IMF’s Code of Fiscal Transparency. Brazil did so in 2016, amidst ongoing efforts to upgrade transparency....

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19 мая, 22:10

Opportunities for Fiscal Policy Making in the Digital Era

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Posted by Florian Misch, Brian Olden and Marcos Poplawski-Ribeiro[1] Digital Revolutions in Public Finance… A conference on “Digital Revolutions in Public Finance”, jointly hosted by the Fiscal Affairs Department of the IMF and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was...

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19 мая, 00:11

Opportunities for Fiscal Policy Making in the Digital Era

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Posted by Florian Misch, Brian Olden and Marcos Poplawski[1] Digital Revolutions in Public Finance… A conference on “Digital Revolutions in Public Finance”, jointly hosted by the Fiscal Affairs Department of the IMF and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was...

16 мая, 22:37

SOAS Summer School in Public Financial Management

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Posted by Dr. Alberto Asquer[1] What are the implications of Brexit on the management of public finances? Why have taxes been introduced in countries of the Persian Gulf? How can developing countries fund infrastructure development? How can we know if...

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16 мая, 00:40

Every Woman Counts: Gender Budgeting in G7 Countries

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By PFM Blog Administrator Dear PFM Blog Readers, Check out this blog post on Gender Budgeting by IMF Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, on the IMF's main blog site, IMFBlog. You may also be interested in the Board Paper, prepared by...

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12 мая, 01:13

Practical Ideas for Challenging Environments – ‘PFM Introductory Guides’

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Posted by Bryn Welham, Sierd Hadley, and Mark Miller[1] Cliquez ici pour lire en français The Overseas Development Institute (ODI), with funding from Sida, have recently published a series of ‘PFM Introductory Guides’ aimed at helping government officials, and their...

08 мая, 22:58

Brazil Publishes an Enhanced Fiscal Risk Statement

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Posted by Daniel Borges[1] and Luis Felipe Vital N Pereira[2] Since 2002 the Brazilian government has published an annual fiscal risk statement (FRS), making Brazil one of the pioneers in transparency of fiscal risks. This statement is published as an...