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Mongolia - Public expenditure review (Vol. 2) : Growing without Undue Borrowing - Enhancing Efficiency of Spending and Revenue (English)

This report, the full PER, aims to undertake a detailed analysis of the recent trends in publicexpenditures and revenue with a view to helping Mongolia’s policy makers and opinion leaders identify the main priorities for a successful implementation of its ongoing recovery program. It also intends to strengthen the fiscal foundation of rapid and inclusive growth to help achieve the objectives of the SDV 2030. Furthermore, the PER also reviews the spending needs of key sectors such as health and education, which play an essential role in the long-term development of the country and the fight against poverty.

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  • Document Date

    2018/06/01

  • Document Type

    Public Expenditure Review

  • Report Number

    128672

  • Volume No

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    Mongolia,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/06/23

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Growing without Undue Borrowing - Enhancing Efficiency of Spending and Revenue

  • Keywords

    maternal and child health; capital expenditure; trade and investment; government revenue; flat personal income tax; efficiency of capital spending; excise tax on fuel; quality early childhood education; Management of Public Finance; efficiency of public spending; Tax Policy and Administration; capital budget process; total public spending; operations and maintenance; public finance deficit; expansionary fiscal policy; statutory tax rate; social insurance contribution; fight against poverty; sound economic management; gross domestic product; domestic revenue mobilization; value added tax; debt service ratio; global commodity; public expenditure; incentive for employer; public investment management; employer having; public expenditure efficiency; foreign direct investment; education and health; total government spending; maintenance and repair; provincial education authority; quality and efficiency; quality of learning; Public Financial Management; Efficiency of Education; voluntary retirement; public debt dynamics; literacy and numeracy; Reducing Fiscal Deficit; public sector reform; higher education institute; tax administration system; public education spending; low population density; social security system; public investment program; civil service pay; interest rate shock; balance of payment; macroeconomic and fiscal; production and export; Poverty & Inequality; accounting and reporting; fiscal policy instrument; macroeconomic policy framework; Public Debt Management; planning education; special purpose fund; capital expenditure finance; planning of education; Wage Bill; tax system

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Mongolia - Public expenditure review (Vol. 2) : Growing without Undue Borrowing - Enhancing Efficiency of Spending and Revenue (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/707571561130809951/Growing-without-Undue-Borrowing-Enhancing-Efficiency-of-Spending-and-Revenue