Public Expenditure Tracking and Service Delivery Surveys. 11 th International Anti-Corruption Conference Seoul May 26, 2003 Magnus Lindelow Development Research Group, The World Bank. Public Expenditure Tracking and Service Delivery Surveys.
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Public Expenditure TrackingandService Delivery Surveys
11th International Anti-Corruption Conference
May 26, 2003
Development Research Group, The World Bank
Broad allocation of resources
Delays and lack of predictability (e.g. salaries, medicine stock-outs)
Problems in budget execution
Discretionary reallocation of resources (favoritism, lack of criteria or information, etc.)
PUBLIC EXPENDITURE TRACKING AND SERVICE DELIVERY SURVEYS
Leakage of financial or material resources
Misappropriation of resources (e.g. stealing of medicines)
Problems in service delivery
Inefficiency, high cost, low quality
Lack of demand for services