2 edition of Budget rigidity and expenditure efficiency in Slovenia found in the catalog.
Budget rigidity and expenditure efficiency in Slovenia
Todd D. Mattina
|Statement||prepared by Todd Mattina and Victoria Gunnarsson.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/07/131|
|Contributions||Gunnarsson, Victoria., International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Get this from a library. Budget rigidity and expenditure efficiency in Slovenia. [Todd D Mattina; Victoria Gunnarsson; International Monetary Fund.; International Monetary Fund.
Fiscal Affairs Department.] -- This paper assesses the relative efficiency and flexibility of public spending in Slovenia compared to the advanced and new EU member states. Gunnarsson and Mattina () assess the efficiency of public spending by comparing expenditure on health, education and social protection in Slovenia.
In addition, Afonso et al. () assess the. Budget Rigidity and Expenditure Efficiency in Slovenia This paper assesses the relative efficiency and flexibility of public spending in Slovenia compared to the advanced and new EU member states.
Spending on health care, education, and social protection is relatively high in Slovenia without achieving correspondingly better outcomes. Downloadable. This paper assesses the relative efficiency and flexibility of public spending in Slovenia compared to the advanced and new EU member states.
Spending on health care, education, and social protection is relatively high in Slovenia without achieving correspondingly better outcomes.
Inefficiencies appear to stem from the financing mechanisms for social services, institutional. Budget Rigidity in Latin America and the Caribbean Herrera and Olaberria. Budget Rigidity in Latin America and the Caribbean The Budget rigidity and expenditure efficiency in Slovenia book of language editing varies from book to book.
This work is a product of the staff of The World Bank with external contributions. The findings, inter. Herrera, Santiago & Pang, Gaobo, "Efficiency of public spending in developing countries: an efficiency frontier approach," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World Bank.
Todd D. Mattina & Victoria Gunnarsson, "Budget Rigidity and Expenditure Efficiency in Slovenia," IMF Working Papers 07/, International Monetary Fund. Mattina, T., and V. Gunnarsson, forthcoming, “Budget Rigidity and Expenditure Efficiency in Slovenia,” IMF Working Paper (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
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