Togo [electronic resource] : Selected Issues.

International Monetary Fund
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1998.
IMF eLibrary
IMF Staff Country Reports; IMF Staff Country Report No. 98/21.
IMF Staff Country Reports; IMF Staff Country Report No. 98/21
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Local subjects:
Administrative costs.
Administrative decentralization.
Administrative expenses.
Administrative functions.
Administrative issues.
Administrative procedures.
Administrative reforms.
Administrative responsibility.
Assets in enterprises.
Budget financing.
Budgetary constraints.
Budgetary resources.
Budgetary savings.
Career development.
Civil servant.
Civil servants.
Civil service.
Civil service employees.
Civil service employment.
Civil service management.
Civil service personnel management.
Civil service reform.
Civil service requirements.
Civil service staffing.
Civil service wage bill.
Competitive examinations.
Debt restructuring.
Divestiture program.
Enterprise performance.
Enterprise reform.
Enterprise restructuring.
Enterprise sector.
Enterprise tax.
Government budget.
Government employees.
Government employment.
Government policy.
Government wage.
Government wage bill.
Government wages.
Government workers.
Ministerial departments.
Ministry of finance.
Mixed ownership.
Mixed ownership enterprises.
Ownership enterprises.
Personnel management.
Personnel policies.
Privatization commission.
Privatization of management.
Privatization process.
Privatization program.
Public enterprise.
Public enterprise performance.
Public enterprise reform.
Public enterprise sector.
Public enterprises.
Public expenditure.
Public ownership.
Public utilities.
Public works.
Retirement fund.
Sale of assets.
Service employment.
Severance payments.
Social security.
Social security system.
State agencies.
State budget.
State enterprise.
State enterprise sector.
State enterprises.
State portfolio.
State shares.
Structural adjustment.
Transfer of assets.
Transfer of shares.
Voluntary departure.
Voluntary departure program.
This Selected Issues paper examines civil service employment and reform in Togo. The paper analyzes overall developments in civil service employment and wages. It looks in some detail at employment in the health and education sectors, which together account for almost two-thirds of the civil service, and identifies some of the key problems that also apply to personnel management in other areas. The paper identifies some of the major problems facing civil service management in Togo, and examines the revitalized reform efforts intended to resolve them. Public enterprise reforms in Togo are also examined.
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