Public expenditure management and financial accountability in Niger

Public expenditure management and financial accountability in Niger

Public expenditure management and financial accountability in Niger.

The World Bank

2005

119 pages

$25.00

Paperback

A World Bank country study

HJ7936

This study explains why it has been difficult for Niger to change its expenditure composition. The study identifies contributing factors such as a volatile domestic resource base and a heavy dependence on aid, and looks at the potential for measures such as conservative budgeting, strengthening cash management, and attracting higher external financing for recurrent costs in priority sectors. The study lacks a subject index.

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