Financial discipline at Mexico’s subnational level still has a long way to go if public finance administration is not considered as part of the reform agenda. This article sparks a debate about public financial management core issues perhaps influencing borrowing decisions at the subnational level.
Gabriel Yorio-Gonzalez holds a Master’s degree in Policy Management from Georgetown University and currently works as a public sector STC at the World Bank.
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- Economy, International Policy
- October 15, 2014
Legislative logrolling may be one determinant affecting the efficiency of public financial management in Latin American. This article studies a possible line of causality indicating how logrolling might have shaped differently public financial management reflecting variability in fiscal outcomes in the region.