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Aspects budgétaires du développement durable [electronic resource] : Le Sommet mondial sur le développement durable.

Author/Creator:
International Monetary Fund
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2002.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
Pamphlet Series; Pamphlet Series, No. 54.
Pamphlet Series; Pamphlet Series, No. 54
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (48 p.)
Local subjects:
Access to health care.
Acid rain.
Agricultural land.
Areas of forest.
Budget deficits.
Budget execution.
Budget formulation.
Budget imbalances.
Budget reporting.
Budget systems.
Budgetary allocations.
Budgetary resources.
Capital expenditure.
Capital expenditures.
Central government expenditure.
Coal.
Contamination.
Economic development.
Education services.
Education spending.
Educational attainment.
Educational performance.
Efficiency of government expenditure.
Enrollment rates.
Environmental degradation.
Environmental impact.
Environmental protection.
Environmental taxes.
Erosion.
Expenditure.
Expenditure composition.
Expenditure management.
Expenditure management systems.
Expenditure policies.
Expenditure policy.
Expenditure programs.
Expenditure tracking.
Expenditure tracking surveys.
Expenditures.
Federal spending.
Fee waivers.
Fertilizer use.
Fire.
Fiscal adjustment.
Fiscal adjustments.
Fiscal affairs.
Fiscal affairs department.
Fiscal balances.
Fiscal consolidation.
Fiscal consolidations.
Fiscal deficits.
Fiscal expansion.
Fiscal policies.
Fiscal policy.
Fiscal policy formulation.
Fiscal position.
Fiscal reform.
Fiscal reforms.
Fiscal regime.
Fiscal restraint.
Fiscal stability.
Fiscal stance.
Fiscal sustainability.
Fiscal targets.
Fiscal tightening.
Fiscal transparency.
Forest.
Forest conversion.
Forest crimes.
Forest land.
Forest policy.
Forest policy reform.
Forest product.
Forest resources.
Forest revenues.
Forest sector.
Forestry management.
Forestry resources.
Forestry sector.
Forests.
Government deficit.
Government expenditure.
Government expenditure policy.
Government expenditures.
Government revenue.
Government spending.
Health budgets.
Health care.
Health care sector.
Health care spending.
Health expenditures.
Health indicators.
Health spending.
Higher enrollment.
Human development.
Income groups.
Infant mortality.
Lead.
Natural resource.
Natural resource development.
Natural resources.
Nutrition programs.
Pesticides.
Pollution.
Pollution charges.
Primary education.
Primary school.
Primary school enrollment.
Primary school fees.
Public debt.
Public education spending.
Public expenditure.
Public expenditure management.
Public expenditure management systems.
Public expenditure policy.
Public expenditure tracking.
Public expenditure tracking surveys.
Public expenditures.
Public health.
Public health care.
Public health services.
Public health spending.
Public spending.
Public spending on primary education.
Public subsidies.
School enrollment.
Share of public spending.
Social development.
Soil erosion.
Structural adjustment.
Sustainable development.
Sustainable use.
Tax administration.
Tax base.
Tax breaks.
Tax design.
Tax policy.
Tax rates.
Tax revenue.
Tax system.
Tax systems.
Taxation.
Taxes on growth.
Taxes on labor.
Wood processing.
Hungary.
Kenya.
Mexico.
Philippines.
Poland.
Uganda.
Summary:
Fiscal policy affects sustainable development through its effects on growth, the environment, and resource development. What are the relationships between fiscal policy and sustainable development, and how does the IMF seek to promote sustainable development in its policy advice? What lessons have been learned so far, and how can governments, the international community, and international financial institutions more fully support sustainable development?
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
International Monetary Fund
Other format:
Print Version:
ISBN:
1589061608:
9781589061606
ISSN:
0252-2985
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781589061606.054
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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