Changing Patterns in Public Expenditure Management: An Overview

International Monetary Fund
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Significant changes with far-reaching impact have taken place during recent years in public expenditure management. These changes which are being implemented in a few industrial countries are likely to be emulated by other industrial and developing countries. The content of these changes is enumerated in some detail, and their impact is assessed in terms of specified criteria. Other continuing problems that are not addressed by these advances are also considered in detail.
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International Monetary Fund
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Published on
Mar 1, 1994
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Pages
38
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ISBN
9781455266609
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Language
English
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Business & Economics / Economics / General
Business & Economics / Economics / Macroeconomics
Business & Economics / International / Economics
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