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CPIA Africa, June 2015 : Assessing Africa's Policies and Institutions

TARIFFS REVENUE PERFORMANCE SOCIAL COSTS CAPITAL MARKETS FISH ECONOMIC GROWTH RENEWABLE RESOURCES ACCOUNTING POLICY ENVIRONMENT WASTE MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL DEFICITS DOMESTIC BORROWING PUBLIC INVESTMENTS PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNMENT SPENDING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROPERTY RIGHTS SPENDING RESOURCE ALLOCATION DEBT MANAGEMENT LABOR FORCE SERVICES HOUSING REVENUES BONDS INCENTIVES FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS PRICING DEBT SERVICING COSTS NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS TAX SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INFLATION AUDITS RESOURCE USE ECONOMIC ACTIVITY MACROECONOMIC STABILITY FISCAL POLICIES OIL PRICES SAVINGS AIR POLLUTION OIL CITIZEN PARTICIPATION INTEREST RATES BUDGET EXECUTION SPATIAL PATTERNS DEBT REVENUE GROWTH DEFICITS POLLUTION FORESTRY PUBLIC DEBT MANAGEMENT ECONOMIC POLICIES LABOR LOANS TAX REVENUES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW NATURAL RESOURCES PER DEBT SERVICE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT SUBSIDIES FINANCE EFFICIENCY GRANTS PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC INVESTMENT TAXES TAX REFORMS ACCESS TO INFORMATION EFFECTIVE USE RESOURCES EQUITY PUBLIC USE WAGES CLIMATE CHANGE TRANSPARENCY VALUES PROVISIONS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MARKET PRICES FISCAL INFORMATION ELECTRICITY CREDIT BUDGETS PUBLIC ENTERPRISES SUSTAINABLE USE SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AGGREGATE DEMAND PUBLIC INVESTMENT PROGRAMS PUBLIC EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES PROPERTY DECISION MAKING PRIVATE SECTOR ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEWS FINANCIAL ANALYSIS ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC RECOVERY REGULATION ECONOMICS PUBLIC DEBT TREASURY TAX REVENUE MANAGEMENT ROADS PROVISIONING REVENUE COLLECTION INSURANCE BUSINESS CYCLES FISHERIES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC RESOURCES TRADE GOVERNMENT BONDS LAND PUBLIC SECTOR PERFORMANCE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FISCAL BALANCE WATER POLLUTION REVENUE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY RISK MANAGEMENT DEBT SERVICING ENVIRONMENTAL PROFITS PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT GOVERNMENTS PRICES CONSUMER PROTECTION ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ECONOMIES ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES PUBLIC GOODS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Africa | Djibouti | Yemen, Republic of
2015-07-31T17:04:53Z | 2015-07-31T17:04:53Z | 2015-06

The Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA) Africa report describes the progress African countries are making on strengthening the quality of their policies and institutions. Some of the results from this report include: The overall quality of policies and institutions in countries in Sub-Saharan Africa was unchanged in 2014, but there was much variation in performance across countries. More than half the countries in the region saw a change in their policy environment: 10 countries experienced an improvement in their overall CPIA score, and an equal number saw a deterioration. There were divergent trends across policy clusters. Economic management weekend on the back of continuing fiscal policy slippage, as the sharp drop in commodity prices underscored weaknesses in the fiscal framework of several of the regions countries. By contrast, there was some strengthening in the governance cluster, with nine countries showing improvements in scores, more than twice the number of countries with declines. The greatest progress in this cluster was in the quality of budgetary and financial management.

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