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More Fiscal Resources for Infrastructure? Evidence from East Africa

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING AGGREGATE SPENDING AIR AIR TRANSPORT AIRPORT AIRPORT OPERATORS AIRPORTS ALLOCATION OF FUNDS ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES ANNUAL REPORTS BUDGET ALLOCATIONS BUDGET COVERAGE BUDGET CYCLE BUDGET DEFICITS BUDGET ENVELOPE BUDGET ESTIMATES BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET FRAMEWORK BUDGETARY INCENTIVES CAPITAL BUDGET CAPITAL COSTS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CAPITAL EXPENDITURES CAPITAL EXPENSES CAPITAL INVESTMENT CAPITAL PROJECTS CAPITAL SPENDING CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CENTRAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT SPENDING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CONTINGENT LIABILITIES CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTIONS CORPORATE GOVERNANCE COST OF CAPITAL COST RECOVERY CURRENT EXPENDITURES DATA AVAILABILITY DATA COLLECTION DATA COLLECTION EFFORT DATA COLLECTION PROCESS DEBT DUAL BUDGETING DUE DILIGENCE ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION ECONOMIC GROWTH EFFICIENCY GAINS EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS EFFICIENCY OF INFRASTRUCTURE EFFICIENCY OF PUBLIC SPENDING ELECTRICITY EQUITY ANALYSIS EVALUATION OF PROJECTS EVASION EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES EXPENDITURE DATA EXPENDITURE LEVELS EXPENDITURE PROCESS EXPENDITURE TRACKING EXPENDITURES EXPENSE CATEGORIES FINANCIAL CONDITIONS FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS FINANCIAL COSTS FINANCIAL PROGRAMMING FINANCIAL PUBLIC CORPORATION FINANCIAL PUBLIC CORPORATIONS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FINANCIAL STATISTICS FINANCIAL TERMS FISCAL ANALYSIS FISCAL CONSTRAINTS FISCAL COSTS FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL DEFICITS FISCAL ENVELOPE FISCAL STABILIZATION FISCAL TRANSFERS FUEL FUEL PRICE GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE GOVERNMENT FINANCE GOVERNMENT FINANCE STATISTICS INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INFRASTRUCTURE EXPENDITURE INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS INFRASTRUCTURE PERFORMANCE INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURES INVESTMENT BUDGET LEVEL OF PUBLIC SPENDING LEVELS OF EFFICIENCY LEVIES LOCAL GOVERNMENT SPENDING LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOW INCOME MAINTENANCE OF INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET PRICES MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK MINISTRY OF FINANCE MONETARY UNION MULTIYEAR PROJECTS MUNICIPALITIES NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS NATIONAL RESOURCES OIL PRICES OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OPERATIONAL INEFFICIENCIES OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE INDICATORS POLICY DECISIONS POPULATION DENSITY PRESENT VALUE PRIVATE FINANCE PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION PROGRAMS PROVISIONS PUBLIC PUBLIC BUDGETS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ANALYSIS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEWS PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCES PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC INVESTMENT IN INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC INVESTMENTS PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR BORROWING PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC SUBSIDIES PUBLIC TRANSPORT PUBLIC WORKS QUALITY OF PUBLIC SPENDING RAIL RAIL COMPANY RAIL SYSTEMS RAILWAY RAILWAYS RECURRENT EXPENDITURE RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS RESOURCE AVAILABILITY REVENUE COLLECTION ROAD ROAD CONSTRUCTION ROAD FUND ROAD FUNDS ROAD MAINTENANCE ROAD NETWORK ROAD TRANSPORT ROAD USER ROAD USER CHARGES ROADS ROUTE RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE SALES SANITATION SECTORAL ALLOCATION SERVICE PROVIDERS SERVICE PROVISION SMALL MUNICIPALITIES SOCIAL BENEFITS SPENDING LEVELS STABILIZATION PROGRAMS STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES SUB-NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS TAX TAX REVENUES TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOLL TOLL ROAD TOTAL PUBLIC SPENDING TOTAL SPENDING TRANSIT TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORT SECTOR UTILITIES VALUABLE VEHICLE WAGE WAGES WEALTH
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Eastern Africa
2012-06-13T15:28:52Z | 2012-06-13T15:28:52Z | 2007-06

This paper evaluates the extent of fiscal resource availability for infrastructure in four East African countries and explores the main options for its expansion. A number of major channels will be examined. The first is the extent to which expenditure is well allocated across sectors, sub-sectors, expense categories, jurisdictions and geographic areas. The second is the extent to which there is scope for improving efficiency by enhancing the operational performance of state owned enterprises (SOEs), restoring adequate levels of maintenance, or improving the selection and implementation of investment projects. The third is the extent to which user charges are applied and set at levels consistent with cost recovery. The fourth is the extent to which private sector participation has been fully exploited as a vehicle for raising investment finance. While it is difficult to evaluate these things very precisely, a number of proxy indicators are used to shed light on the matter.

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