Medium Term Expenditure Frameworks: From Concept to Practice
The middle to late 1990s saw the proliferation of medium term expenditure frameworks (MTEFs) throughout the developing world. By one count (World Bank, 2001: 6) as many as twenty five countries in Africa, Asia (eastern, central, and southern), Latin America, and Eastern Europe are at various stages in the process of adopting MTEFs, and another ten are seriously considering it.1 This proliferation has occurred over a relatively short time period. Of the twenty-five existing MTEFs, nearly 90% were adopted over the five-year period, 1997-2001. It is not premature to say that MTEFs are a trend in developing country public expenditure management (PEM), and the trend shows no signs of cresting.
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