The Handbook is a virtual encyclopedia of public financial management, written by topmost experts, many with a background in the IMF and World Bank. It provides the first comprehensive guide to the subject that has been published in more than ten years. The book is aimed at a broad audience of academics/students, government officials, development agencies and practitioners. It covers both bread-and-butter topics such as the macroeconomic and legal framework for budgeting, budget preparation and execution, procurement, accounting, reporting, audit and oversight, as well as specialist subjects such as government payroll systems, local government finance, fiscal transparency, the management of fiscal risks, sovereign wealth funds, the management of state-owned enterprises, and political economy aspects of budgeting. The book sets out numerous examples and case studies describing good practice in public financial management, and is highly relevant for use in both advanced and developing countries.aIntroducing Financial Management Information Systems in Developing Countries, a IMF Working Paper, No. xx. Dorotinsky, W., and J. Cho. 2003. aWorld Banka#39;s Experience with Financial Management Information (FMIS) Projects, a mimeo.
|Title||:||The International Handbook of Public Financial Management|
|Author||:||Richard Allen, Richard Hemming, Barry Potter|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-08-15|