With reference to Developing countries.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -361) and index.
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A. Premchand was formerly assistant director for the International Monetary Fund--Fiscal Affairs Department (now retired) in Washington, DC. Some of his works include Government Financial Management: Issues and Country Studies, Effective Government Accounting and Control of Public Money: The Fiscal Machinery in Developing Countries. A persistent problem faced by governments in developing and industrial countries, both at central and sub-national levels, relates to the control of burgeoning public expenditures. In recognition of this problem, governments have made several efforts to reform the operational systems of planning and control of their expenditures. These efforts, which reached a critical stage during the. Increasing Government Spending and Taxing. The federal government keeps getting bigger and more intrusive and more costly. In the fiscal year, which ended on SeptemWashington spent a bit more than $ trillion. This compares with $ trillion in (all figures are in inflation-adjusted dollars). Provides a discussion of the problems, limitations of approaches, and solutions for controlling rising public expenditures. The author examines the factors contributing to expenditure increases and the reasons for the less-than-successful endeavours of governments in controlling these, and discusses the ethos and ethics of expenditure management.
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