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Type Report
Title Monitoring the quality of public spending in the social sectors in developing countries: Lessons from public expenditure tracking surveys and other sources
Author(s)
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2008
URL http://r4d.org/sites/resultsfordevelopment.org/files/resources/Monitoring-Quality-of-Public-Spending​-in-the-Social-Sectors-pdf.pdf
Abstract
Public spending and external aid can have a limited impact on human development outcomes.1 Since increased spending alone does not automatically improve results, 2,3 understanding the mechanisms and issues that affect the transformation of financial inputs into development outcomes is central to advocating for and improving the use of public and aid funds.

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