Public financial management reforms in fragile states: the case of West Bank and Gaza

October 2012
Overview

This Research Report analyses public financial management (PFM) reforms in West Bank and Gaza.

The report starts out by looking at the broader reform environment in West Bank and Gaza, including the country’s political and institutional legacy, as well as the current social and economic conditions. The report then assesses the design and implementation of PFM reforms themselves, considering political leadership of reforms and the role of donors. It then studies reform progress over time and considers what results were achieved in terms of PFM outcomes and wider development objectives. 

This publication is an output of the following project: Budget Strengthening Initiative
Language: 
English
Centre for Aid and Public Expenditure