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Ethiopia : Focusing Public Expenditures on Poverty Reduction, Volume 1. Main Report

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING AUTHORITY BLOCK GRANTS BUDGETARY INSTITUTIONS CADRES CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL PROJECTS CDF CONCESSIONAL LOANS CONSENSUS CONSTITUTION CONSULTATION PROCESS COUNCILS CURRENCY UNIT DEBT DEBT RELIEF DECENTRALIZATION DECISION-MAKERS DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY DONOR COMMUNITY DONOR RESOURCES ECONOMIC CONTEXT ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH EFFECTIVE USE EXECUTION EXPENDITURE RESPONSIBILITIES EXPENDITURE SURVEY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FEDERALISM FEDERATIONS FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FINANCIAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL POLICIES FISCAL FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL DEFICITS FISCAL FEDERALISM FISCAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL PERFORMANCE FISCAL POLICY FISCAL SITUATION FISCAL STANCE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES GNP GOVERNMENT FINANCE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS GOVERNMENT'S DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SURVEY HOUSEHOLD INCOME HUMAN RIGHTS IMPORTS INCREASED DEMAND INFLATION JUDICIARY LONG TERM MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT MINISTRIES OF FINANCE MINISTRY OF FINANCE MONITORING SYSTEM NATIONS NATURAL RESOURCES OIL PARTICIPATORY POVERTY PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK POLICY MEASURES POLICY RESEARCH POLITICAL CONTEXT POOR COUNTRIES POVERTY ANALYSIS POVERTY FOCUS POVERTY IMPACT POVERTY MONITORING POVERTY PROFILES POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY STRATEGY PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIVATE SECTORS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEWS PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY PUBLIC SPENDING RADICALISM REGIONAL PLANNING REHABILITATION RELATIVE IMPORTANCE REPRESENTATIVES RESEARCH INSTITUTE RESOURCE ALLOCATION REVENUE PERFORMANCE ROADS RURAL APPRAISAL SAVINGS SECTOR MINISTRIES SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE QUALITY SOCIAL SECTOR SOCIAL SECTOR EXPENDITURES STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT STRUCTURAL REFORMS TASK TEAM LEADER TAX TAX POLICY TAX REFORM TAX REVENUE TEAM MEMBERS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TERMS OF TRADE WATER RESOURCES PUBLIC EXPENDITURES FISCAL ADMINISTRATION FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES HEAVILY INDEBTED POOR COUNTRIES BUDGETARY PROCESS FISCAL FEDERALISM TAX POLICY REGIONAL PLANNING FISCAL FEDERALISM DISBURSEMENT ARRANGEMENTS GOVERNMENT SPENDING POLICY EXPENDITURE PATTERNS EXPENDITURE ANALYSIS CAPACITY BUILDING REGIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF POVERTY REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REGIONAL POVERTY REGIONAL TARGETING
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Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2013-08-28T18:25:58Z | 2013-08-28T18:25:58Z | 2001-12-20

The topics for this review were determined by the Government in consultation with a core group of donors at a workshop in Brussels organized by the European Commission in November 2000. The Government suggested reviewing public expenditures at the regional level, starting with three regions. This public expenditure review (PER) marks the first explicit attempt at Regional PERs. This integrated report draws on draft reports from the January-April 2000 mission as well as from a workshop held in Addis Ababa during September 17-18, 2001. The theme amd the focus topics for this PER emerged out of consultations between the Ethiopian governmentand a core donor group at a workshop in Brussels organized by the European Commission in November 2000. This PER is set on three premises: 1) It is thematically set in the context of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper and the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries document; 2) It focuses on getting a better understanding of the budgetary institutions, systems and processes at the regional level; and 3) the PER analysis and recommendations are intended to harmonize with the sequence and pace of the Government of Ethiopia's Expenditure Management and Control Program.

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