The Indonesia Public Expenditure Review (PER) 2020, prepared in collaboration between the World Bank and the Government of Indonesia. The report addresses the following questions: Is the level of Indonesia’s public spending sustainable and adequate to address Indonesia’s development challenges, both on aggregate and within sectors?
The Indonesia Public Expenditure Review (PER) aims to support the Government of Indonesia in identifying key constraints to efficient and effective public spending and offer ways to improve the spending quality to achieve Indonesia’s development objectives. The report is divided into three parts.
The Myanmar subnational public expenditure review examines Myanmar’s nascent subnational institutions, focusing on governance, union-local administrative and fiscal relations, and service delivery from a local perspective.
Indonesia Public Expenditure Review. Bagian 1: Belanja publik secara agregat dan lingkungan kelembagaan, yang memberikan instrumen untuk meningkatkan kualitas belanja Bagian 2: Belanja untuk modal manusia Bagian 3: Belanja untuk infrastruktur Unduh laporan lengkap (.pdf) | Acara peluncuran laporan. Tinjauan Umum: Arah pembangunan Indonesia telah menunjukkan kemajuan yang luar biasa dalam 20 ...
The report, the Kenya Public Expenditure Review, also notes that opportunities for broad-based growth have expanded, underpinned by macroeconomic stability. At the same time, the report says, the Jubilee government is experiencing budgetary pressure from rising spending on devolution, security, flagship infrastructure projects and persistent ...
This first ever Public Expenditure Review (PER) for Myanmar tries to better understand Union Budget policies to accelerate delivery of essential public services. Learn how the World Bank Group is helping countries with COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Report Outline. To keep government finances on a sustainable path along with sustainable growth and job creation, this public expenditure review offers reform options in the areas of macro-fiscal policy, social protection and health, education, the state owned enterprise sector and inter-governmental fiscal relations.
Public Expenditure Review (PER) - Volume 2 Volume 2 of the series examines spending at the subnational level. Zimbabwe’s local authorities provide a range of vital public services, including transport, energy, water and sanitation, healthcare, education, local law enforcement, and public housing.
Considering the change in the economic environment, this expenditure review was requested by the Brazilian government with the objective to conduct an in-depth analysis of government spending, to develop options for Brazil to reduce its fiscal deficit to a sustainable level while consolidating the social gains achieved over previous decades.
Myanmar had a strong economic takeoff between 2011 and 2015, but sustaining it will depend on improvements to public services and infrastructure. General government spending at 15% of GDP is much lower than what is needed to deliver these improvements, and well below countries at a similar level of development that spend over 20% of GDP on ...