Author Topic: Continuing The Theme of PFM and Governance  (Read 4025 times)


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Continuing The Theme of PFM and Governance
« on: October 20, 2013, 15:48:48 GMT »
As a consequence of discussions in this forum and some work I had been doing for the World Bank, combined with a proposed consultancy with a country I know reasonably well, I decided to try looking ahead at what I would want to engage in next, if I had the opportunity to set my own agenda. A three page note eventually expanded into a 14-page paper which I recently discussed at the New School. (The discussion was better than presentation - I am out of practice in the latter!). As the discussion was quite stimulating, I have continued to fiddle with the paper, clarifying and adding a few items. It is now at a stage that I would welcome your views and suggestions. I should mention that John Short, Hal Le and Mauro have already made valuable contributions to the version I am attaching, below.


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Re: Continuing The Theme of PFM and Governance
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2013, 07:06:53 GMT »
Interesting indeed!

One of the issue to be solved in this context is the principal-agent problem. Attached a success story of COMMUNITY-BASED HEALTH INSURANCE, PERFORMANCE-BASED FINANCING AND FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION.

« Last Edit: October 26, 2013, 08:29:07 GMT by Napodano »


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