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State of Public Financial Management Reform in Developing Countries

State of Public Financial Management Reform in Developing Countries

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Surveys and polls from the 27th Annual International Consortium on Governmental Financial Management on PFM reform, donor support, and financial management systems in use in development countries. Includes: analysis of Exploring the Limits of Institutional Reform by Matt Andrews and other observations.
Surveys and polls from the 27th Annual International Consortium on Governmental Financial Management on PFM reform, donor support, and financial management systems in use in development countries. Includes: analysis of Exploring the Limits of Institutional Reform by Matt Andrews and other observations.

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Published by: FreeBalanceGRP on May 29, 2013
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brief discussion
 
State of Public Financial ManagementReform in Developing Countries
FreeBalance 2013Survey
 
Version 7 section
brief discussion
 
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FreeBalance conducted surveys at the 27
th
AnnualInternational Consortium on Governmental FinancialManagement (ICGFM) in Miami, the 3
rd
Week of May
Majority of participants were from developing countries
Some questions were asked at our booth usingSurveyMonkey while others used polling technologies
Main purpose of the poll was to identify patterns and
improve survey questions
Overview
 
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FreeBalance is a global provider of Government ResourcePlanning (GRP) software and services based in Ottawa
There is significant anecdotal and academic evidencesuggesting that some conventional thinking about PublicFinancial Management (PFM) reform needs adjustment
An important impetus for the survey was:The Limits of Institutional Reform in Developmentby Professor MattAndrews
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