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Open Use Following and Administration Conveyance Studies. Qualidade do Gasto Publico no Brasil June 26-27, 2003 Ritva Reinikka Advancement Research Assemble, The World Bank. Open Consumption Following and Administration Conveyance Studies.
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Open Expenditure Tracking and Service Delivery Surveys Qualidade do Gasto Publico no Brasil June 26-27, 2003 Ritva Reinikka Development Research Group, The World Bank

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Public Expenditure Tracking and Service Delivery Surveys First Public Expenditure Tracking Survey (PETS) completed in Uganda in 1996 Since then, a substantial number of PETS and related reviews have been actualized Scope and nature of studies are varied, however regular topic is connection between open spending and yields and/or improvement results

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We by and large trust that giving financing and adaptability to nations with all around planned strategies permits us to influence great results. From arrangements and spending to advantages Benefits Government Outcomes

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Leakage of Funds Policy Institutional Incentives Sub-ideal spending: High educator pay rates; Insufficient supply of course books Financing Capacity Information & Transparency Institutional Incentives Low quality direction Capacity & Incentives Curriculum & Technology Lack of interest Financing Household Behaviors Community Norms Breakdowns while in transit to accomplishing results are because of crevices in… Government Policy Information/M&E Capacity Institutional Incentives Household Behaviors Financing Local Gov. Suppliers Individuals Outcomes Benefits

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CORRUPTION The (missing) connection between open spending and results Broad designation of assets Delays and absence of consistency (e.g. pay rates, pharmaceutical stock-outs) Problems in spending plan execution Discretionary reallocation of assets (partiality, absence of criteria or data, and so on.) PUBLIC EXPENDITURE TRACKING AND SERVICE DELIVERY SURVEYS Leakage of money related or material assets Misappropriation of assets (e.g. robbery of pharmaceuticals) Problems in administration conveyance Absenteeism Overcharging Inefficiency, high cost, low quality Lack of interest for administrations

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World Development Report 2004 Framework for administration conveyance

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The Survey Approach has changed significantly relying upon connection and center Multilevel concentrate, however cutting edge suppliers (schools or wellbeing offices) as principle unit of perception Representative specimen Data gathered through meetings and record audits (money related records, stock cards for drugs, and so on.) Multi-rakish methodology for approval of information Some studies incorporate point by point overviews of bleeding edge supplier, including accessibility/sufficiency of inputs, quality, staff and client interviews, and so forth

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What have we learnt? Spillage Education division in Uganda 1996 Data from 250 schools and authoritative units Only 13 percent of expected capitation allow really came to schools (1991-95). Mass data battle by Ministry of Finance (the press, notices) Follow-up PETS to assess effect of the data crusade: 2/3 of lessening in spillage because of the battle In schools with daily papers spillage 12 rate focuses lower than in schools without High spillage has likewise been found in different nations (Tanzania, Ghana, Zambia, Peru)

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What have we learnt? Phantom laborers and absenteeism Salary installments “leak” distinctively Different estimation methodologies: PETS with information gathering on finance and staffing information (Honduras 2000, Peru 2002, Zambia 2002, Mozambique 2002, and so forth.) Unannounced visits to schools and wellbeing offices (truancy)

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What have we learnt? Assignment and spending plan execution Leakage in some cases hard to evaluate because of absence of express allotments or qualifications But overviews can reveal insight into other essential designation and spending plan execution issues Primary social insurance in Mozambique: Very vast variety crosswise over locale and offices in non-wage repetitive spending, staffing, and circulation of meds Severe issues in spending plan execution, with late first exchanges and moderate preparing of records, bringing about low consistency Weak record keeping at common, area, and office levels, regularly with expansive inconsistencies between levels

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The approach\'s qualities Useful instrument for diagnosing and comprehension issues in spending plan execution and administration conveyance, including defilement Multilevel point of view imperative and not accomplished from straightforward school or office studies District and bleeding edge supplier viewpoint frequently overlooked at focal level Representative specimen gives believability not accomplished through little example studies or institutional audits Validation of authoritative information (monetary and yield) Can give premise to checking of changes after some time Surveys give information to research that can enhance our comprehension of the determinants of debasement or poor administration conveyance Process of planning and actualizing review is helpful for comprehension institutional and procedural courses of action for spending plan execution and administration conveyance

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Survey Design: Surveying what? Why? What are the issues? Are there vital crevices in our comprehension of the nature, degree, and wellspring of issues? Is a review the proper instrument? Stand-alone or as a supplement? Worth the expense? Is it plausible? How is the monetary allowance organized and executed? Who is the group of onlookers and arrives a probable effect? Is there a political interest? Will the data be utilized? By whom?

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Implementation issues: Who? How? Obliges aptitudes like whatever other smaller scale review Steps in execution Concept Buy-in no matter how you look at it Questionnaire outline Identify (and contract) actualizing organization Pilot Enumerator preparing Field work (counting quality control and information passage) Analysis and scattering

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Some confinements Surveys just give some piece of the answer What about between and intra-sectoral distributions? Join with results? => Budget examination and social effect investigation (with family information or through participatory methodologies) are still essential Surveys ought to supplement as opposed to supplant routine data, control, and respectability frameworks Surveys give data yet don’t fundamentally bring about change An absence of data about the extension and nature of issues is not generally the essential limitation to enhancing PEM and administration conveyance Continuity and connection with endeavors at fortifying foundations and routine PEM frameworks critical Link with group and other nearby partners can be hard to accomplish – imperative to utilize discoveries to reinforce neighborhood straightforwardness and responsibility components

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Finding out more… Survey reports, instruments, and documentation on: Some references: Dehn, Reinikka, and Svensson. 2003. “Survey Tools for Assessing Performance in Service Delivery.” In Bourguignon and Pereira da Silva, eds. Assessing the Poverty and Distributional Impact of Economic Policies. Oxford University Press and the World Bank. Imminent Reinikka and Svensson. 2002. Measuring and comprehension debasement at the smaller scale level. In Della Porta and Rose-Ackerman, eds. Degenerate Exchanges: Empirical Themes in the Politics and Political Economy of Corruption. Nomos Verlagsgesellshaft. Lindelow and Wagstaff. 2002. “Health Facility Surveys: An Introduction.” Policy Research Working Paper 2953. Improvement Research Group, World Bank., Washington, D.C. Email: rreinikka@worldbank.o

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