Description : This special issue of the OECD Journal on Budgeting focuses on Mexico and discusses the current systems for budget formulation and recent reforms, the role of Congress, budget execution and financial management, and performance budgeting, and makes recommendations for further action.
Description : This book provides detailed information on budgeting practices in OECD countries, from formulation, to approval, execution and reporting.
Description : This review looks at how, building on its significant accomplishments to date, the Estonian public administration can work together as a single government to improve and sustain service delivery to citizens and to meet new challenges on the horizon.
Description : This paper examines the role of the legislature in budget processes. The paper highlights that for promoting good governance and fiscal transparency, the legislature’s active engagement in the budget process is essential. When fiscal policies and medium-term budgetary objectives are debated in parliament, budget strategies and policies are “owned” more widely. However, more active participation by the legislature runs the risk that fiscal discipline deteriorates. In countries where the legislature has unrestrained budget amendment authority, parliament is prone to introduce changes that increase spending or reduce taxes.
Description : This report is the first in a series of OECD country reviews that will look at public management reform and governance issues from a comprehensive perspective.
Description : This report studies budgetary planning, financial information, internal audit, and related policies in the administrative entities of Luxembourg and makes a series of recommendations.
Description : This Selected Issues paper for Hungary highlights the monetary policy framework in Hungary and the models used by the central bank (MNB). The MNB’s Quarterly Projection Model combines neo-Keynesian features in the short term with neoclassical features in the long term. It is a two-sector small-open-economy model, estimated by Bayesian methods. Fiscal policy is modeled using various revenue and expenditure items. Rich in sectoral details and structural shocks, the model generates impulse responses of different variables to structural shocks.