|Other titles||La gestion des dépenses gouvernementales.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47, 47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
This is a comprehensive manual, based on a sound conceptual foundation but with a deliberate operational thrust, covering the entire public expenditure management cycle - from multiyear expenditure programming and budget formulation through budget execution, audit, and evaluation. This is a comprehensive manual, based on a sound conceptual foundation but with a deliberate operational thrust, covering the entire public expenditure management cycle--from multiyear expenditure programming and budget formulation through budget execution, audit, and evaluation. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schiavo-Campo, Salvatore. Managing government expenditure. Manila: Asian Development Bank, (OCoLC) This book provides a comprehensive but pithy and easy-to-understand treatment of public financial management, taking into account a variety of special issues including budgeting in post-conflict situations, at subnational government levels, for military/security expenditures, and in countries with large extractive by: 1.
Work on preparing the Asian version, Managing Government Expenditure, started in summer and the book was published in April (Schiavo-Campo and Tommasi, ). and use those resources responsively, efficiently and effectively.1 Public expenditure management pertains only to (ii), and is thus only one instrument, albeit a key instrument, of government policy. Hence, although this book focuses on PEM, readers are advised to always. The current state of public finances represents one of the key economic issues. Addressing public finance problems requires a reform of the system of budgeting and management of public expenditure. Both taxation and government spending can be used to reduce or increase the total supply of money in the economy—the total amount, in other words, that businesses and consumers have to spend. When the country is in a recession, the appropriate policy is to increase spending, reduce taxes, or both.
Government Budgeting and Expenditure Controls: Theory and Practice A. Premchand Limited preview - A. Premchand, I F S, International Monetary Fund Staff Limited preview - Managing Government Expenditure from , produced by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and edited by Allen and Tommasi, which has an emphasis on PFM issues relevant to transition countries in Europe; and Budgeting and Budgetary Institutions. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Canada. Treasury Board. Managing government expenditures. [Ottawa]: Communications Division, Treasury Board of Canada, expenditure management arrangements are laid out in the Technical Annex to the Government’s Letter of Implementation Policy. Section D concludes with a review of the benefits and risks, risk mitigation and the alternative approaches to revenue and expenditure management considered. A. Public Expenditure Management Context and NT2 Impacts. 3.