Measurement Matters: The Use of PETS and QSDS. Public Expenditure Analysis and Management Course Ritva Reinikka Development Research Group (DEC) Public Services Research Team January 13, 2004. Increasing public spending is not enough to reach MDGs.
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Public Expenditure Analysis and Management CourseRitva Reinikka
Development Research Group (DEC)
Public Services Research Team
January 13, 2004
to reach MDGs
* Percent deviation from rate predicted by GDP per capita
Source: Spending and GDP from World Development Indicators database. School completion from Bruns, Mingat and Rakatomalala 2003
Sources: Spending data from World Development Indicators database. School completion from Bruns, Mingat and Rakatomalala 2003
Sources: Spending data for 1990s from World Development Indicators database. Child mortality data from Unicef 2002. Other data from
World Bank staff
Source: Filmer 2003b.
Source: Ye and Canagarajah (2002) for Ghana; Francken (2003) for Madagascar; Instituto Apoyo and World Bank (2002) for Peru; Price Waterhouse Coopers (1998) for Tanzania; Reinikka and Svensson 2002 for Uganda; Das et al. (2002) for Zambia.
Source: Reinikka and Svensson (2001), Reinikka and Svensson (2003a)
Source: World Bank 2001; Reinikka, 2001.
Pervasive non-payment of salaries of primary health workers in some states
Percent of staff respondents
Months salary not paid
Primary health facilities