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The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental and politically non-partisan public policy think-tank founded in 1989 with a view to broadening the debate on public policy, engendering private sector-led economic growth and strengthening the pillars of democracy. The ultimate mission of the IEA is to promote good governance, democracy and a free and fair market economy in Ghana and Africa as a whole.

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Budget Discipline Should Be Entrenched in Ghana as a Policy Priority
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Righting the Ills of Budget Preparation, Implementation and Oversight in Ghana

Perennial budget overruns and their adverse effects on the economy have attracted widespread concerns. Motivated by these concerns ...

By Dr. J.K. Kwakye and Dr. Nkechi Owoo

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Released Nov 2014

Improving Fiscal Management in Ghana: The Role of Fiscal Policy Rules

This paper discusses the role of fiscal policy rules in promoting fiscal discipline and transparency in Ghana. It investigates whe ...

By Dr. Charles Amo-Yartey

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Released Aug 2014

 

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