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Public Expenditure Management in Francophone Africa [electronic resource] : A Cross-Country Analysis, Moussa, Yaya.

Author/Creator:
Moussa, Yaya.
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Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2004.
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Government document
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1 online resource (39 p.)
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IMF eLibrary
IMF Working Papers; Working Paper No. 04/42.
IMF Working Papers; Working Paper No. 04/42
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Local subjects:
Accrual accounting. (search)
Audit institutions. (search)
Budget choices. (search)
Budget classification. (search)
Budget control. (search)
Budget directorate. (search)
Budget execution. (search)
Budget forecasting. (search)
Budget formulation. (search)
Budget law. (search)
Budget operations. (search)
Budget outturns. (search)
Budget preparation. (search)
Budget process. (search)
Budget reform. (search)
Budget reforms. (search)
Budget review. (search)
Budget rules. (search)
Budget transactions. (search)
Budget year. (search)
Budgetary classification. (search)
Budgetary institutions. (search)
Budgetary process. (search)
Capital budget. (search)
Cash accounting. (search)
Central government budget. (search)
Control of budget execution. (search)
Current expenditures. (search)
Decentralization. (search)
Economic models. (search)
Expenditure. (search)
Expenditure ceiling. (search)
Expenditure controls. (search)
Expenditure cycle. (search)
Expenditure management. (search)
Expenditure management systems. (search)
Expenditure outcomes. (search)
Expenditure process. (search)
Expenditures. (search)
External audit. (search)
Financial management. (search)
Fiscal transparency. (search)
Government accounts. (search)
Government budgeting. (search)
Government expenditures. (search)
Government finance. (search)
Government funding. (search)
Internal control. (search)
Organic budget law. (search)
Performance budgeting. (search)
Public expenditure. (search)
Public expenditure management. (search)
Public expenditure management handbook. (search)
Public expenditure management systems. (search)
Public expenditures. (search)
Public finance. (search)
Public finances. (search)
Revenue forecasting. (search)
Revenue projections. (search)
Treasury single account. (search)
Treasury special. (search)
Treasury systems. (search)
Benin. (search)
Burkina Faso. (search)
Cameroon. (search)
Chad. (search)
Congo, Democratic Republic of the. (search)
Congo, Republic of. (search)
Côte d'Ivoire. (search)
France. (search)
Guinea. (search)
Madagascar. (search)
Mali. (search)
Niger. (search)
Senegal. (search)
Togo. (search)
Summary:
There are strong similarities between the French and French-inspired African PEM systems in terms of the legal setting, rules, and procedures. However, there are differences in practice, particularly in accounting and reporting, audit, and external control. Among the African countries themselves, there are many common features but also marked differences in audit and external control.
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Contributor:
Moussa, Yaya.
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Print Version:
ISBN:
145184624X:
9781451846249
ISSN:
1018-5941
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781451846249.001
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Restricted for use by site license.