5 edition of Public expenditure reform under adjustment lending found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 45-48).
|Statement||Jeff Huther, Sandra Roberts, Anwar Shah.|
|Series||World Bank discussion papers,, no. 382, World Bank discussion papers ;, 382.|
|Contributions||Roberts, Sandra, 1962-, Shah, Anwar.|
|LC Classifications||HJ7980 .H88 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||97046144|
IV Public Expenditure Reform Author(s): Sergei Alexashenko, and Augusto López-Claros A range of quasi-fiscal or net lending operations, some guaranteed by the Ministry of Finance, others in the form of directed credits by the central bank to the enterprise sector and which had not been included in the budget in –93, gradually began. Russia Rebounds analyzes Russia's dramatic economic recovery since the country's financial crisis, emphasizing macroeconomic issues and fiscal and banking sector reforms. The crisis was a massive shock to the system and a considerable surprise to both Russians and foreign investors, who a year before had come to think that the worst of the transition from a centrally planned to a market.
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Other aspects of expenditure composition The review of the 36 countries' performance during showed that SAF/ESAF-supported programs aimed, on average, to roughly maintain the level of total expenditures as a share of GDP (see Table 3 and Figure 4) while shifting expenditures from current to . Tax reform as a component of broader fiscal reform is at the heart of the stabilization and adjustment process in many developing countries, as noted in Adjustment Lending Policies for Sustainable Growth (World Bank a). Most tax systems in developing countries have high and avoidable costs.
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During the past three decades the World Bank, in partnership with member countries, has pursued expenditure policy reform through its adjustment lending programs. These reform efforts have focused on reducing and restructuring capital expenditures, reducing subsidies, reforming public employment, reducing the public sector wage bill.
Public Expenditure Reform Under Adjustment Lending: Lessons from World Bank Experiences, Parts Jeff Huther, Sandra Roberts, Anwar Shah World Bank Publications, - Political Science. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Huther, Jeff, Public expenditure reform under adjustment lending.
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, © Public Expenditure Reform under Adjustment Lending Impact on public employment and wages 30 the remaining seven countries without wage conditions, wage shares increased in five. Get this from a library.
Public expenditure reform under adjustment lending: lessons from World Bank experiences. [Jeff Huther; Sandra Roberts; Anwar Shah]. Public expenditure reform under adjustment lending: lessons from World Bank experiences (English) Abstract.
During the past three decades the World Bank, in partnership with member countries, has pursued expenditure policy reform through its adjustment lending programs.
Public expenditure reform under adjustment lending: lessons from World Bank experiences (English) During the past three decades the World Bank, in partnership with member countries, has pursued expenditure policy reform through its adjustment lending programs.
Diagnosis of Need for Total Expenditure Reform and Performance 87 Diagnosis of Need for Capital Expenditure Reform and Performance 88 Diagnosis of Need for Current Expenditure Reform and Performance 89 Changes in Wage Expenditure Shares, Before and After Adjustment.
public expenditure reform. * Include poverty alleviation and equity considerations in public expenditure reform. * Construct adequate indicators for monitoring and perfor-mance, for both tax and expenditure reforms, and build them into reform programs.
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CrossRef Google Scholar. "Public Expenditure Reform under Adjustment Lending. Lessons from World Bank Experiences," World Bank - Discussion PapersWorld Bank. William Easterly, Public finance in adjustment programs (English) Abstract. This paper reviews the experience with public finance issues under adjustment programs.
This experience shows that fiscal changes are often triggered by budget and balance of payment crises. As a result, short-term considerations have dominated the policy. Poverty’s lower sensitivity to growth under adjustment lending is bad news when an economy expands and good news when it contracts.
These results could be interpreted as giving support to either the critics or the supporters of structural adjustment programs. Labour Employment Under Structural Adjustment.
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reform work This book will be of interest to development practitioners in the area the shift toward policy-based adjustment lending, the need to strengthen the links between policymaking and budget preparation, and the assessment and reform of public expenditure, procurement, and financial accountability, focusing on the use of.
The troika is set to meet the head of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform today, but the department denies troika lenders expressed concern about savings under. • A World Bank report of public expenditure reforms under adjustment lending examined the degree to which reforms between and shaped spending.
One solution to the problem of fungibility, then, is that donors could tie assistance to an overall public spending program (in the recipient country) that provides adequate resources to crucial sectors.
To make this kind of reform operational, the authors propose a new lending instrument: a public expenditure reform loan (PERL).
These might include countries eligible for special development policy lending under paragraphs of this policy statement. Countries affected by conflict referred to in this OP are those that need development policy lending for urgent rehabilitation, and where the medium-term structural reform agenda is still emerging.
Table 1 - Investment & Adjustment Lending The Bank has two basic types of lending instruments: investment loans and adjustment loans. Investment loans have a long-term focus (5 to 10 years), and fi-nance goods, works, and services in support of eco-nomic and social development projects in a broad range of sectors.
Adjustment loans have a short-term.By early, one distressed bank was taken over by a larger bank, while four others were put under receivership. Also, on September 1,the government adopted a medium-term public service reform program aimed at reducing the size of the nonmilitary public service fromto 80, persons by endPublic expenditure reform under adjustment lending: lessons from World Bank experiences / Jeff Huther, Thirty years of World Bank shelter lending: what have we learned?
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