OECD Journal on Budgeting

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Author(s):
Sanjeev Gupta, Sami Ylaoutinen, Brian Olden, Holger van Eden, Teresa Curristine, Tom Josephs, Eliko Pedastsaar, Johann Seiwald
27 May 2016
Pages:
17
Bibliographic information
No.:
5,
Volume:
15,
Issue:
3
Pages:
9–25
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/budget-15-5jm0zbtmnnms

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This paper presents 12 budget institutions that can support planning and delivery of credible fiscal strategies in the fiscal policy-making process. The resulting framework is applied to seven low-income countries and the status of their budget institutions compared to the G20 advanced and emerging market economies. The paper then presents recommendations for designing and implementing appropriate reform strategy for low-income countries. Particular attention is paid to prioritisation and sequencing of reform efforts.

 
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