Public financial management

Corruption and anti-corruption efforts in public financial management

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Corruption affects all aspects of public financial management (PFM). Revenues and tax collection, the budget process, public spending and procurement, accounting, and audits and controls are all at risk. Related legal and bureaucratic technicalities are well known but the political issues are less clear. Navigate research and details on corruption and anti-corruption in this area – including lessons from donor supported reforms. Get a quick overview in the basic guide, and find out who does what in the research and policy section.

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