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Zambia - Public Expenditure Review : Public Expenditure, Growth and Poverty - A Synthesis

ACCOUNTING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION ANNUAL INCOME AUDITS AUTHORITY BALANCE OF PAYMENTS BASIC EDUCATION BENEFIT INCIDENCE BUDGET MANAGEMENT BUDGET MONITORING BUDGETARY INSTITUTIONS CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL GRANTS CDF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CIVIL SOCIETY CONSENSUS CUMULATIVE DISTRIBUTION CUMULATIVE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION CURRENCY UNIT DEBT RELIEF DEBT SERVICE DEFICITS DEREGULATION DIVERSIFICATION ECONOMIC AFFAIRS ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ECONOMIC CONTRACTION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT ELASTICITIES ELECTRICITY EMPLOYMENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION EXCHANGE RATE EXECUTION EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT REFORM EXTERNAL DEBT EXTREME POVERTY FARMS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL FISCAL CONTROLS FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY FISHERIES GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT SPENDING GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH HEALTH CARE HEALTH EXPENDITURES HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH STATUS HIGH INFLATION HOUSING HUMAN RESOURCE INCOME DISTRIBUTION INCOME GROWTH INFLATION INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISM INTERNATIONAL POVERTY LINE LACK OF TRANSPARENCY LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS LIVING CONDITIONS LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LONG RUN LONG TERM LONG-TERM GROWTH MACRO STABILITY MACROECONOMIC FRAMEWORK MACROECONOMICS MARGINAL COST MARGINAL COSTS MEAN EXPENDITURE MEAN INCOME MEDIUM TERM MINES MINISTRY OF FINANCE NATIONAL POVERTY NATIONAL POVERTY LINE NUTRITION OIL PARASTATALS PER CAPITA INCOME POLICY OPTIONS POLICY REFORMS POLITICAL SUPPORT POOL RESOURCES POOR COMMUNITIES POOR COUNTRIES POPULATION GROWTH POVERTY RATES POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIVATE GOODS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR GROWTH PRIVATIZATION AGENCY PRO-POOR PUBLIC BUDGET PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC PROGRAMS PUBLIC PROVISION PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC REVENUES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR DEFICIT PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICE CAPACITY PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPENDING PURCHASING POWER PURCHASING POWER PARITY REAL EXCHANGE RATE REFORM PROGRAM RESOURCE CONSERVATION RESOURCE MOBILIZATION ROADS RURAL AREAS RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE RURAL PEOPLE RURAL POOR SECONDARY SCHOOLING SERVICE DELIVERY SOCIAL ASSISTANCE SOCIAL EXPENDITURES SOCIAL SECTORS SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL SPENDING STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES STATISTICAL OFFICE STATISTICS OFFICE STRUCTURAL REFORMS TAX TERMS OF TRADE TRADE SHOCKS TRANSPARENCY URBAN AREA URBAN AREAS UTILITIES POLICY REFORM MACROECONOMIC STABILIZATION ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC ENTERPRISES PUBLIC SERVICES SERVICE DELIVERY PARASTATAL REFORM RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET MONITORING QUALITY OF EDUCATION TEACHER QUALIFICATIONS ACCESS TO EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION SUBSIDIES TUITION FEES PAYMENTS ARRANGEMENTS PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION HIV INFECTIONS ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME PRIMARY HEALTH CARE POTABLE WATER SANITATION SERVICES WATER METERING WATER PRICES AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FOOD RESERVES AGRICULTURAL SERVICES TRANSPORT SYSTEMS IRRIGATION SYSTEMS PRIVATIZATION OF SERVICES ENERGY SECTOR REGULATORY FRAMEWORK BUDGET MANAGEMENT
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Washington, DC
Africa | Zambia
2013-08-28T20:54:42Z | 2013-08-28T20:54:42Z | 2001-12

At the heart of the growth problem, the persistence of poverty, and issues of policy reform in Zambia is the public sector reform program. The best practice in public sector reform identifies three areas in which governments can improve their performance and their impact on the economy and poor: 1) macroeconomic discipline (the satabilization problem); 2) strategic priority setting (the allocation problem); and 3) efficient public-service delivery (the execution problem). Zambia's problem appears to be in all three areas. In particular, the aggregate performance, allocation, and execution of the budget are vital to the success of Zambia's public sector reform program. All three areas, particularly the allocation and execution issues, as they apply to public expenditure are the subject matter of the present public expenditure review (PER).

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