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This book provides an assessment of public financial management (PFM) reforms in developing countries using Turkey as a case study. The book elaborates on revenue management, expenditure management, public budget, public financial management information systems, asset and liability management, intergovernmental fiscal relations, accounting, financial reporting, and auditing. Bringing together academics and practitioners, the book analyzes the PFM reforms in the light of theoretical explanations and practices to reveal the achievements, challenges, and future perspectives of PFM.
Public financial management Tax policy Expenditure management Public budget Asset and liability management Intergovernmental fiscal relations Financial reporting
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2020
Economics and Finance
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