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Capacity Issues in the Formulation and Implementation of the Next Generation of Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers

Although economic growth is widely acknowledged to be crucial for poverty reduction and for sustaining development, efforts aimed at tackling these challenges in Africa did not, for a long time, yield the desired results. The decade of the 1980s...

Public Expenditure Governance in Uganda's Agricultural Extension System

This study therefore assesses the governance of public expenditure in Uganda’s agricultural extension system. The study aims at examining the nature in which decisions pertaining to public expenditure prioritisation and implementation are made. M...

Economic Distress and the Inevitability of an Economic Recovery Programme

This policy insights paper explains why the economic recovery programme dubbed Zambia Plus will be absolutely essential for Zambia from 2017 onward. The paper highlights the scale of the challenge of Zambia’s 2015/2016 economic downturn, which nec...

Are Interest Payments on Debt Derailing Fiscal Consolidation?

This policy brief provides a review of the performance of the first quarter of the 2018 National Budget. The paper provides context by looking at both the revenue and expenditure trends during the last three years when Government instituted some f...

Debt Servicing and the Delivery of Social Services: Mid-Year Review of the 2018 Budget

This policy brief reviews the performance of the first half (January to June) of the 2018 National Budget, drawing on data from fiscal tables produced by the Ministry of Finance. A descriptive approach is employed in order to analyse the data and...

The Determinants of Real Exchange Rate Volatility in Nigeria

The naira exchange rate depreciation and volatility is among the vast macroeconomic maladjustments which have unfolded in the Nigerian economy in the recent past. This paper therefore, investigates the determinants of real exchange rate volatility...

Government of the Republic of South Sudan: Assessment of Public Financial Management based on the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability Framework (PEFA)

This study assesses the economic environment surrounding public finance operations of the Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GSS); the institutions, laws, regulations, and standards used by the government in the PFM process; the budget p...

The Value Added Tax (Vat) Gap Analysis for Uganda

Uganda’s public expenditure is growing at a fast rate due to the need to finance her National Development Plan (NDP) with the goal of attaining high middle income country status as envisioned in the Vision 2040. Consequently, Uganda’s stock of pub...

Impact of Increased Public Education Spending on Growth and Poverty in Uganda: An Integrated Micor-Macro Approach

Over the past decades, Uganda has experienced impressive economic growth rates, far above the average among Sub‐Saharan African countries. Indeed, on average, GDP grew by more than 6% annually since the 1990s, increasing per capita income by 4% ye...

Homa Bay County, Alternative Budget Memo on Sanitation 2018

The budget memo contains budget proposals from the public Sub county stakeholders who attended the IEA Kenya pre-budget hearings that took place on Tuesday, 18th August 2018 at Twin Tower Hotel in Homa Bay Town. The proposals submitted were consol...

Kericho County: Alternative Budget Memo on Sanitation 2018

The Budget Memo seeks to influence county government decisions and help civil society develop viable alternatives to government policy. This budget memo raises certain questions of budget transparency and prioritization of sanitation spending th...

Elgeyo Marakwat County: Alternative Budget Memo on Sanitation 2018

The budget memo seeks to influence county government decisions and help civil society develop viable alternatives to government policy. Equally, it provides a complementary avenue for deepening participatory budgeting given the legal basis for ...

The Citizen Alternative Budget

The Citizen’s Alternative Budget contains budget proposals from the public and private sector stakeholders, who attended the IEA annual pre-budget hearings that took place on the 14th and 15th February, 2018. The proposals submitted were consolida...

Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in Tanzania: Guidelines or directives?

The underlying study involved review of literature, reports and other secondary data, along with interviews with sectoral ministries (MDAs) responsible for key social and economic services and the administration of local government Authorities (LG...

Assessing Public Expenditure Governance of the Primary Health Care Programme in Uganda

The study set out to understand the differences in public expenditure governance practices and perceptions in the delivery of PHC, between the best performing and the poorly performing districts on the MoH district league table of FY 2016/17. Over...

Budgeting for NDC Action: Initial lessons from four Climate-Vulnerable Countries

This Working Paper addresses the following question: are climate change-related expenditures starting to appear in national budgets to secure the early implementation of countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)? It examines the eviden...

History of the Post-War Ethiopian Fiscal System

"The history of raising government revenue during the post-1941 period goes back to March 1942, to the promulgation of Proclamation 8 of 1942'. In the first paragraph of the preamble of that proclamation, the Emperor stated that "in order to accom...

The Conceptual Framework for Fiscal Decentralization

"Decentralization in its broad sense refers to the division of political, economic and administrative power/responsibility between the centre and subnational levels of government. The degree of responsibility that is transferred by the center may...

Public Private Partnerships (PPP) Practice and Regulatory Policy in Kenya

"The Government is increasingly seeking to develop financing mechanisms, which bring together the public and private sectors, not only to control budgetary expenditure but also to pool these two sectors' specific know-how. This form of cooperation...

A Comparative Analysis of Laws & Institutional Regimes on Public Expenditure Accountability in East Africa

In this study the main aim was to examine the extent to which the existing legal and institutional framework in the four East African countries of Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania incorporates the notion of accountability ...

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