Public Expenditure Management Training

Course Info

Length: 1 Week

Type: In Classroom

Available Dates

Venue

  • Dec-12-2022

    Istanbul

  • Dec-12-2022

    Zurich

  • Dec-19-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Dec-19-2022

    Madrid

  • Dec-19-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Dec-26-2022

    Barcelona

  • Dec-26-2022

    Dubai

  • Dec-26-2022

    Singapore

  • Dec-26-2022

    Zurich

  • Dec-26-2022

    London

  • Dec-26-2022

    Paris

  • Dec-26-2022

    Istanbul

  • Jan-09-2023

    Dubai

  • Jan-16-2023

    Amsterdam

  • Jan-16-2023

    Barcelona

  • Jan-16-2023

    Istanbul

  • Jan-16-2023

    London

  • Jan-23-2023

    Singapore

  • Jan-30-2023

    Paris

  • Jan-30-2023

    Singapore

  • Jan-30-2023

    Istanbul

  • Feb-06-2023

    London

  • Feb-06-2023

    Istanbul

  • Feb-06-2023

    Zurich

  • Feb-13-2023

    Dubai

  • Feb-13-2023

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Feb-20-2023

    Madrid

  • Mar-06-2023

    Barcelona

  • Mar-06-2023

    London

  • Mar-06-2023

    Amsterdam

  • Mar-06-2023

    Istanbul

  • Mar-13-2023

    Dubai

  • Mar-20-2023

    Paris

  • Mar-20-2023

    Singapore

  • Apr-03-2023

    London

  • Apr-03-2023

    Zurich

  • Apr-03-2023

    Istanbul

  • Apr-10-2023

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Apr-10-2023

    Dubai

  • Apr-17-2023

    Madrid

  • May-08-2023

    Istanbul

  • May-08-2023

    Barcelona

  • May-08-2023

    London

  • May-08-2023

    Amsterdam

  • May-15-2023

    Dubai

  • May-22-2023

    Singapore

  • May-22-2023

    Paris

  • June-05-2023

    London

  • June-05-2023

    Istanbul

  • June-05-2023

    Zurich

  • June-12-2023

    Kuala Lumpur

  • June-12-2023

    Dubai

  • June-19-2023

    Madrid

  • July-03-2023

    Amsterdam

  • July-03-2023

    Istanbul

  • July-03-2023

    Barcelona

  • July-03-2023

    London

  • July-10-2023

    Dubai

  • July-17-2023

    Singapore

  • July-17-2023

    Paris

  • Aug-07-2023

    London

  • Aug-07-2023

    Istanbul

  • Aug-07-2023

    Zurich

  • Aug-14-2023

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Aug-14-2023

    Dubai

  • Aug-21-2023

    Madrid

  • Sep-04-2023

    Barcelona

  • Sep-04-2023

    Istanbul

  • Sep-04-2023

    London

  • Sep-04-2023

    Amsterdam

  • Sep-11-2023

    Dubai

  • Sep-18-2023

    Paris

  • Sep-18-2023

    Singapore

  • Oct-09-2023

    Istanbul

  • Oct-09-2023

    London

  • Oct-09-2023

    Zurich

  • Oct-16-2023

    Dubai

  • Oct-16-2023

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Oct-23-2023

    Madrid

  • Nov-06-2023

    Istanbul

  • Nov-06-2023

    Amsterdam

  • Nov-06-2023

    Barcelona

  • Nov-06-2023

    London

  • Nov-13-2023

    Dubai

  • Nov-20-2023

    Paris

  • Nov-20-2023

    Singapore

  • Dec-04-2023

    Istanbul

  • Dec-04-2023

    Zurich

  • Dec-04-2023

    London

  • Dec-11-2023

    Dubai

  • Dec-11-2023

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Dec-18-2023

    Madrid

Course Details

Course Outline

5 days course

 

Innovations in financing public sector projects

 

  • Public expenditure management reforms
  • Understanding financial statements: an examination of the information contained in common accounting terms.
  • Fiscal imbalances: causes and consequences

 

Understanding public sector spending

 

  • how governments spend public money to implement public policies and execute programmes and projects
  • Planning and budgeting: an analysis of how public expenditure decisions are made
  • Case studies on innovations in Public Expenditure Management (PEM)
  • Participatory approaches to budgeting

 

Evaluating public expenditures

 

  • understanding the effect of public spending decisions
  • Activity based costing and cost management
  • Fiscal devolution

 

Performance-based budgeting

 

  • The role of ICT in PEM
  • Auditing and accountability: exploring the concept of accountability and explaining the importance of corporate governance in ensuring government accountability
  • Understanding public governance: exploring how the crisis of public administration has led to financial disaster in cities like Detroit

 

Cutting expenditures and the austerity agenda

 

  • how government austerity policies are used to reduce government activity
  • Common sources of public revenues, including inter-governmental transfers, and alternative sources used by governments across the world
  • Taxation: an exploration of the advantages and disadvantages of taxation, custom duties and fees, and their uses, from behavioural change to stimulating business activity

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