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Public expenditure review for Armenia (Inglês)

This is the first full-scale World Bank Public Expenditure Review for Armenia, which reviews the main fiscal trends in the country for the period 1997-2001, and develops recommendations with respect to further fiscal adjustment, expenditure prioritization, and budget consolidation. The analysis focuses on core issues, i.e., sustainability of fiscal adjustment, fiscal transparency, expenditure priorities, and short-term expenditure management, given the existing economy-wide institutional constraints. The study covers extra-budgetary funds, in-kind external grants, subsidies provided by the state-owned companies in the energy, and utility sectors, and operations of the Social Insurance Fund, as well as regular spending. It suggests a medium-term action plan to address identified weaknesses. Sectoral chapters review health, education, and social protection and insurance. The study also analyzes budget support for core public infrastructure, and the country's public investment program.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2003/08/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Publicação

  • No. do relatório

    26973

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Armênia,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Public expenditure review for Armenia

  • Palavras-chave

    Program for International Student;strategic focus;fiscal adjustment;source of financing;gross enrolment rate;tax and customs administration;budget arrears;budget expenditure;tax identification number;process of budget execution;civil service reform program;priorities for resource allocation;net enrolment rate;small and medium enterprise;quality of public service;education and health;public expenditure;Energy Sector;public sector entity;fiscal adjustment effort;system Financial;reduction in budget;annual budget cycle;copyright clearance center;stable exchange rate;personal income tax;health care utilization;budget consolidation;payroll tax;state budget;budget process;budget execution report;Health status indicators;annual budget appropriation;fiscal management system;transparency of operations;tax collection effort;reallocation of resource;incidence of tax;external public debt;targeted social assistance;efficiency of utility;performance of state;development of recommendations;basic public health;public pension system;high growth rate;social insurance benefit;accounting and reporting;Public Expenditure Policy;reallocation of fund;family poverty benefit;primarily due;primary social services;aggregate expenditure control;tight monetary policy;instrument of development;international accounting standard;increase tax collection;accumulation of debt;annual budget law;Financing of Education;Efficiency of Education;Equity of Education;consumer price index;public investment program;accumulation of arrears;macroeconomic and fiscal;educational classroom use;public health policy;colleges and university;total public expenditure;total education expenditures;commercial debt;state budget allocation;budget management system;average monthly wage;social assistance system;annual sectoral ceilings;public health expenditure;loss of credibility;civil service size;efficiency and quality;secondary vocational education;aggregate public expenditure;incidence of malaria;public sector wage;conventional budget deficit;financed capital expenditure;capital expenditure finance;average monthly pension;weights and measure;external grant;budget support;fiscal system;tax arrears;fiscal performance;basic infrastructure;tax revenue;Public Infrastructure;fiscally sustainable;expenditure rationalization;approved budget;Public Utilities;fiscal data;Public Spending;sectoral ministries;administrative classification;budget presentation;sectoral expenditure;utility sector;state enterprises;budget envelope;budget outcome;budget subsidy;treasury bill;Tax Administration;expenditure trend;extreme poverty;Public Employment;expenditure strategy;legal framework;public debate;fiscal operation;social pension;reform process;aggregate indicator;deficit financing;institutional constraint;fiscal deficit;real sector;welfare effect;external financing;teacher ratio;budget datum;family benefit;budget formulation;early retirement;current expenditure;budget credibility;university education;budget classification;fiscal risk;excisable good;budget liabilities;budget reporting;Social Protection;public resource;payroll taxation;Wage Bill;debt profile;vested interests;budget resource;primary health;average wage;Basic Education;unemployment benefit;health provision;health facility;budget institution;Social Welfare;local taxes;budget financing;capital construction;authorized budget;disaggregated level;water delivery;global budget;counterpart funding;sectoral reform;actuarial deficit;sectoral allocation;tax ratio;budget plan;budget target;Aid Dependency;strategic approach;basic research;external source;capital repair;irrigation sector;sustainable level;treasury reforms;housing allowance;sectoral priority;resource ceiling;public awareness;current income;high infrastructure;drop-out rate;Infectious Disease;benefit target;government capacity;incremental expenditure;defense spending;increased spending;adequate maintenance;adequate tariff;payment discipline;expenditure commitment;expenditure pattern

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