Ghana [electronic resource] : Joint Staff Advisory Note of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper and Annual Progress Report on Implementation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper.
- Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2006.
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IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 06/227.
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 06/227
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- Analytical work. (search)
Basic social services. (search)
Economic growth. (search)
Efficiency of public spending. (search)
Financial resources. (search)
Financial system. (search)
Fiscal stance. (search)
Household assets. (search)
Human capital. (search)
Human resource development. (search)
Living standards. (search)
Living standards survey. (search)
Local authorities. (search)
Macroeconomic framework. (search)
Poverty map. (search)
Poverty reduction strategy. (search)
Poverty reduction strategy paper. (search)
Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers. (search)
Reduction strategy. (search)
Reform programs. (search)
Social impact assessments. (search)
Social services. (search)
Welfare indicator. (search)
- Executive Directors believe that the Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy (GPRS) outlines a comprehensive framework for growth and poverty reduction in Ghana. The GPRS II rightly emphasizes private sector-led growth as key to broadening the country’s economic base. The GPRS II will benefit from analyzing the risks to the strategy such as inability to implement planed structural reforms, exogenous shocks and domestic factors, fiduciary weaknesses, and capacity limitations. A comprehensive macroeconomic framework that is consistent with the medium-term fiscal framework and growth assumptions is required.
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