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Author/s:  Reinikka, Ritba; Smith Nathaneal
Co-Author/s:  UNESCO. IIEP
Publisher/s:  UNESCO. IIEP
Published:  2004 in Paris, France
ULC:  UNEVOC Library Catalogue ID 125

Public expenditure tracking surveys in education

Peru, Uganda and Zambia

This book provides three examples of good practice in using PETS to improve transparency and accountability in managing education resources, and describes the approaches to be used in carrying out the surveys. It presents the experiences of Peru, Uganda, and Zambia and underlines the importance of sharing the information generated to create incentives for making education systems more efficient. As the experience of Uganda shows, it was possible to reduce the rate of leakage of non-salary expenditures drastically thanks to an information campaign based on a PETS.


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