Public Sector Governance and Accountability

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This series aims to advance the objective of a well-functioning public sector that delivers quality public services consistent with citizen preferences and that fosters private market-led growth while managing fiscal resources prudently. These books disseminate conceptual guidance and lessons from practices and facilitate learning from each others’ experiences on ideas and practices that promote responsive, responsible, and accountable public governance in developing countries. This series distills current wisdom and presents tools of analysis for improving the efficiency, equity, and efficacy of the public sector. Leading public policy experts and practitioners have contributed to this series. The final volume of this series appeared in 2008.

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    Enhancing Public Sector Performance in Latin America and the Caribbean
    (Washington, DC, 2021) World Bank
    This note provides an overview of the LCR Governance Practice’s response to challenges and the Bank’s engagement in the LAC region. The paper is structured around the Governance Practice’s core business lines: public financial management (PFM); revenue administration; infrastructure governance; public sector management; GovTech; subnational governance; justice and the rule of law; accountability and integrity; governance of state-owned enterprises (SOEs); and governance in sectors. Each section provides an overview of the key challenges in LCR and the Bank’s engagement.