A Comparison Between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa
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KeywordsBudgeting; Audit; Africa; Fiscal policy; Public expenditure management; budget system; British; French; expenditure; expenditures; budget preparation; annual accounts; external audit; Structure; Scope; and Performance of Government; Fiscal Policies and Behavior of Economic Agents: General; National Government Expenditures and Related Policies: General; Fiscal and Monetary Policy in Development; Comparative Analysis of Economic Systems;
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