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Methodological bases for the programming and efficient management of public investment.
by Instituto Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Planificación Económica y Social, Dirección de Proyectos y Programación de Inversiones in [Santiago, Chile]
Written in English
|Contributions||Aldunate, Eduardo., Latin American and Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning. Dirección de Proyectos y Programación de Inversiones.|
|LC Classifications||HC59.72.P83 M483 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||94229614|
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Methodological bases for the programming and efficient management of public investment. By Eduardo Aldunate. Abstract. Includes bibliograph Topics: METODOLOGIA Author: Eduardo Aldunate. This book covers the latest advances in the theory and practice of public investment management.
It includes the most up-to-date developments in the implementation of public asset management – including multiple contributions on portfolio allocation in varying interest-rate and credit-risk environments.
This manual provides the general concept and methods of Public Investment Program (PIP) management on a “program” basis. It is designed for government personnel that have duties related to PIP management. Laws and Decrees prescribe the definition of PIP. adjustment program is overestimated, and public investment in reality is curtailed by more than the figures show.
Because, as noted earlier, the figures point to a contraction of public instrument in countries under structural adjustment, the reduction in public investment is significant—even under good public investment programming.
As its name shows, this manual focuses on management of individual public investment projects. It would touch upon the requirements of managing a PIP project. There are also plans to issue the Manual for Public Investment Program Management which copes with PIP management as a program.
The PIMA evaluates 15 institutions that shape public investment decision-making at the three key stages: (i)planning sustainable investment across the public sector; (ii) allocating investment to the right sectors and projects; and (iii) implementing projects on time and on budget.
PIMA estimates the efficiency of the country’s public investment, outlines the relative institutional strengths and. requires a tight strategy.
Too often in the public sector, implementation is tight but strategy loose. Predictability is important for efficient and effective implementation of policies and programs.
The public sector will perform better where there is stability in macro and strategic policy, and funding of. increase productive public investment and its growth benefits.
This paper is the first to construct an index that captures different ex ante and ex post dimensions of various stages of the investment process. Specifically, it develops a composite index of the efficiency of the public investment management process for 71 countries ( The Case for Improving Public Investment Management Public investment entails public expenditure on physical infrastructure (for transport, energy, irrigation, water supply, sanitation etc.) and social infrastructure facilities for delivery of health, education and public administration.
• Results: The extent to which the program meets its objectives, within budget and without causing significant unwanted results. • Cost Effectiveness: The extent to which the program involves the most appropriate, efficient and cost-effective method to meet objectives.
Table 1 Basic Program Evaluation Issues A. CONTINUED RELEVANCE Program. PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION The Public Sector is the principal actor in macro socio-economic policy making infrastructure and an architect of an enabling environment for national development.
Public Sector management covers such aspects of management as productivity management, and management of human, financial and other resources. PFM Public Financial Management PIP Public Investment Planning findings from evaluations of PFM program mes. Each part is divided into two sections.
The first gives a brief overview of the topic: it introduces regulations that govern the management of public resources, and what these functions are ultimately intended to achieve.
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Author(s): George Garr Henry. The long term: public investment as crucial driver of productivity growth. The last time significant public investment was seriously on the policy radar was in the early s, when Bill Clinton made a program of public investment (“putting people first”) a.
• a shift in emphasis from isolated projects to long-term integrated investment programmes formulated with reference to a public investment strategy determined by national objectives.
Therefore, the overarching purpose of the PSIP will continue to: • be a primary programming tool for identifying and listing specific programmes and. This systematic approach to capital planning and management introduces efficiency and effectiveness to public investment (Srithongrung, ; Wigfall & Lynch, ).
“Infrastructure management that is based on comprehensive capital planning, effective project oversight, and adequate asset preservation can benefit the economy and society. For public administration researchers outside of Africa, this book offers a review of New Public Management case studies that are unavailable or difficult to find elsewhere, contributing much to the exchange between African and Western administration science research, and demonstrating that African administrative research is well-prepared to.
Agency Construction Management. Proponents of alternative methods promise improvements over the traditional methods in terms of cost, project control and reduction of disputes. Project Delivery Methods. Design-Bid-Build.
The traditional Design-Bid-Build project delivery methodology remains the most popular method for construction projects. the reliability of this apparently naive method is that one investment company in America bases its portfolio management on a ’technical’ computer program to which the method is readily adaptable.
The other main approach is called fundamentalism and is the attempt to take into account every relevant factor from micro-economic sources. establishment and development of sound and efficient system of financial management and control within the public sector entities.
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