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09 May, 2017
IEA Conference Hall
Fiscal indiscipline resulting from a lack of adherence to fiscal rules has for a long time been the biggest cause of persistent macroeconomic instability and mounting public debt stock in Ghana. There is growing interest in establishing independent fiscal councils across the globe and that debate was recently ignited in Ghana. As part of its efforts to promote sound public financial management in Ghana, the IEA in 2014 undertook extensive research to examine the role of fiscal policy rules in improving fiscal management. The outcome strongly recommended the establishment of an indepe ...
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Making Ghana’s Fiscal Council Work: Ex ...
09 May, 2017

IEA Conference Hall

Fiscal indiscipline resulting from a lack of adherence to fiscal rules has for a long time ...

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22 Mar, 2017 (IEA Conference Hall)
The IEA in collaboration with the ‘Ghana @ 60’ secretariat launched the public viewing of the official documentary to commemorate the 60 ...

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