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245 00 Guidelines for public expenditure management|h[electronic 
       resource] /|c[editors, Barry H. Potter and Jack Diamond]. 
264  1 [Washington, D.C.] :|bInternational Monetary Fund,|c[1999]
264  4 |c©1999 
300    1 online resource (vii, 69 pages) 
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520    Traditionally, economics training in public finances has 
       focused more on tax than public expenditure issues, and 
       within expenditure, more on policy considerations than the
       more mundane matters of public expenditure management. For
       many years, the IMF's Public Expenditure Management 
       Division has answered specific questions raised by fiscal 
       economists on such missions. Based on this experience, 
       these guidelines arose from the need to provide a general 
       overview of the principles and practices observed in three
       key aspects of public expenditure management: budget 
       preparation, budget execution, and cash planning. For each
       aspect of public expenditure management, the guidelines 
       identify separately the differing practices in four groups
       of countries - the francophone systems, the Commonwealth 
       systems, Latin America, and those in the transition 
       economies. Edited by Barry H. Potter and Jack Diamond, 
       this publication is intended for a general fiscal, or a 
       general budget, advisor interested in the macroeconomic 
       dimension of public expenditure management. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|b[S.l.] :|cHathiTrust Digital 
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650  0 Expenditures, Public. 
650  0 Budget. 
650  0 Government spending policy. 
650  0 Finance, Public. 
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700 1  Diamond, Jack,|d1946-|eeditor. 
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