The Political Economy of the Budget Process: The Case of Ecuador
Andrés Mejía Acosta,
M. Caridad Araujo and
No 2000, Research Department Publications from Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department
This study presents the case of Ecuador. The report describes the main actors (formal and informal) involved in the budget-making process, and presents evidence regarding the main political and economic determinants of fiscal performance. It also discusses whether different political and institutional arrangements governing the budget process affect incentives for the composition of the budget.
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