Course Schedule 2017

Subnational Fiscal and Debt Management

SFDM

TARGET GROUP | Government officials working on subnational fiscal, taxation, and debt issues. World Bank staff are also invited to participate.

 

DESCRIPTION | Decentralization has granted subnational governments in developing countries spending, taxation and borrowing power. However, subnational fiscal insolvency and unsustainable debt structures can create significant contingent liabilities for federal/central governments, jeopardize sovereign ratings, and negatively impact growth. Thus, subnational finance's reform, sustainability and debt management are essential for growth and service delivery. This one-week course focuses on the financing side of the subnational fiscal system, such as: challenges and cutting-edge issues concerning the subnational taxation system; regulatory frameworks for subnational borrowing and debt management; and how subnational finance sustainability relates to a country's evolving intergovernmental fiscal system.


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Course Details

Start: 20170213Feb 13
End: 20170217Feb 17

Language: English

Sponsoring Organization: IBRD

Admin Arrangements
Application Deadline: By invitation only

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