This year's Forum focused on the issue of domestic resource mobilization, with a particular emphasis on effective and efficient public expenditure. We have asked the speakers and panelist to summarize for us the key points of their presentations.
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ECDPM/OECD: Taking the Domestic Resource Mobilisation Agenda Forward
Melissa Dalleau: Unlocking private finance for Africa’s infra- structure development: Tips and Traps
Mario Pezzini and Jon Lomoy: Domestic resource mobilisation: from taxes to spending
Vito Tanzi: Reflections on Changing Development Fiscal Strategies Over Time
Gyan Chandra Acharya: Global Development Agenda and the Least Developed Countries
Woochong Um: Asia’s Infrastructure: Right Investments with the Right Partners
Jörgen Kosmo: Strengthening the Capacity of Supreme Audit Institutions
Florencio Abad: Reforming Public Expenditure Management in the Philippines
Vicente Fretes Cibils and Gustavo GarciÌa OsiÌo: Fiscal Sustainability - Lessons and Challenges from the New World
Nora Lustig: Cash Transfers and Poverty in Latin America
Ivar Sikk: Fiscal consolidation in Estonia
Francesco Rampa and Quentin de Roquefeuil: Food Security plans in Eastern and Southern Africa: COMESA or Tripartite?
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