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Fiscal policy, conflict, and reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda

LГ©once Ndikumana

Fiscal policy, conflict, and reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda

by LГ©once Ndikumana

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Published by United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiscal policy -- Burundi,
  • Fiscal policy -- Rwanda,
  • War relief -- Burundi,
  • War relief -- Rwanda,
  • Civil war -- Burundi,
  • Civil war -- Rwanda

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLéonce Ndikumana.
    SeriesWIDER discussion paper -- no.2001/62
    ContributionsWorld Institute for Development Economics Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17, [21] p. :
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20843436M
    ISBN 109524552485

    Léonce Ndikumana, "Fiscal Policy, Conflict, and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda," WIDER Working Paper Series DP, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER). Tony Addison & Alemayehu Geda & Philippe Le Billon & S. Mansoob Murshed,   A government policy of institutionalised inequalities then deprived Rwanda’s economy from one of its assets: the Tutsi former elite [3]. The population, that went from million people in , to million in , was huge relative to the Rwandan country area and represented an unconditional asset that helped reduce the negative impact.

    The Global Corruption Report focuses on corruption in construction and post-conflict reconstruction. The book includes expert reports on post-conflict reconstruction, with a detailed analysis of corruption in Iraq; the mechanisms of corruption in construction projects, from infrastructure development in Lesotho to public services in Germany; the economic cost of corruption in. When it comes to endogenous mechanisms of conflict resolution in Rwanda, the gacaca courts dominate extant literature and policy analyses. However, gacaca courts concluded their hearing of genocide cases in and what is left now is the finalisation of the reports of the gacaca process.1 As Rwanda continues with its post-conflict reconstruction and quest for sustainable peace, the country.

    Burundi and Rwanda share similar cultures, ethnic divides and economic challenges. They share a colonial heritage of being governed as one territory by the Belgian colonialists. Both have gone through complicated violent conflicts related to ethnic divisions and are still fragile nations. Peace, Security and Post-conflict Reconstruction in the Great Lakes Region of Africa. Peace, Security and Post-conflict Reconstruction in the Great Lakes Region of Africa. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo & Joseph Gahama. CODESRIA, Dakar, , p., ISBN: Number of visits:


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The ethnic conflicts in Burundi and Rwanda have severely weakened the economies and worsened the structural fiscal imbalances of these countries. Government revenue has declined due to the erosion of the tax base and tax administration capacity.

At the same time, governments have shifted the allocation of resources from capital and social expenditures to military and security spending. This. Fiscal policy is critical to the development of poor countries. Public spending on pro-poor services and public goods must be increased, tax revenues must be mobilized, and macro-economic stabilization must be achieved without inhibiting growth, poverty reduction and post-conflict reconstruction.

This book provides both a comprehensive and balanced guide to the current policy debate and new. Conflict, Security & Development, 3(2), pp.

– Clark, Philip and Kaufman, Zachary Daniel () After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 70– Gahima, Gerald () Transitional Justice in Rwanda: Accountability for Atrocity.

Fiscal Policy, Conflict, and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda. By Léonce Ndikumana. Abstract. The ethnic conflicts in Burundi and Rwanda have severely weakened the economies and worsened the structural fiscal imbalances of these countries. Government revenue has declined due to the erosion of the tax base and tax administration : Léonce Ndikumana.

Fiscal policy, conflict, and reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda. By L\ue9once Ndikumana. Download PDF ( KB) Abstract. The ethnic conflicts in Burundi and Rwanda have severely weakened the economies and worsened the structural fiscal imbalances of these countries.

The ethnic conflicts in Burundi and Rwanda have severely weakened the Author: L\ue9once Ndikumana. Fiscal policy, conflict, and reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda. Authors: Ndikumana, Léonce.

Year of Publication: Series/Report no.: WIDER Discussion Paper / Abstract: The ethnic conflicts in Burundi and Rwanda have severely weakened the economies and worsened the structural fiscal imbalances of these countries.

Government. Fiscal Policy, Conflict, and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda By Leonce Ndikumana Download PDF ( KB). Fiscal Policy, Conflict and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda’.

Paper prepared for the UNU/WIDER project on ‘New Fiscal Policies for Growth and Poverty (). Globalization and the Exchange of Institutions for Resources’. Fiscal Policy for Development by Tony Addison,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Ndikumana, Leonce, "Fiscal Policy, Conflict, and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda," WIDER Working Paper SeriesWorld Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER). Jerald A Schiff & Tamim Bayoumi & Daniel P. Hewitt, Mitigating the Impact of the Financial and Economic Crisis in Africa, Paris: Economica, ; Book co-edited with Louis Kasekende and Abdul Kamara.

"Fiscal Policy, Conflict, and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda." In Addison, T. and A. Roe (Eds.). "Institutional failure and ethnic conflicts in Burundi," African Studies Review, 41 (1.

The ethnic conflicts in Burundi and Rwanda have severely weakened the economies and worsened the structural fiscal imbalances of these countries.

Government revenue has declined due to the erosion of the tax base and tax administration capacity. "Fiscal Policy, Conflict, and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda" Economics Department Working.

Sadly, these positive developments need to be counterbalanced with the empirical regularity with which peace agreements break down (Walter, ). Ensuring that the benefits of reconstruction are broad-based rather than narrow in their benefits, it is important to minimize the chances of conflict reigniting, since grievances will otherwise fester.

See, for example, Ndikumana ( Ndikumana L Fiscal Policy, Conflict, and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda World Institute for Development Economics Research Discussion Paper / Online at [Google Scholar]) on Burundi and Rwanda. In book: Post-Conflict Economies in Africa, pp Fiscal Policy, Conflict, and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda The ethnic conflicts in Burundi and Rwanda have severely weakened the.

Fiscal Policy, Conflict and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda’, Paper prepared for the UNU/WIDER project on ‘New Fiscal Policies for Growth and Poverty Reduction’. From Conflict to Reconstruction: Reviving the Social Contract’, Helsinki: WIDER Discussion Paper Fiscal policy for development: poverty, reconstruction and growth.

[Tony Addison; Alan Roe;] ra The Fiscal Dimensions of Conflict and Reconstruction; n, ury & b Murshed Fiscal Policy, Conflict, and Reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda.

Fiscal policy, conflict, and reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda: Fiscalité et développement communal, between and Fostering development in an era of economic and financial crises: The Global Financial Crisis and Africa: the Effects and Policy Responses: how foreign loans and capital flight bled a continent.

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WIDER Discussion Paper No. / World Institute for Development Economics Research, United Nations University, Helsinki. (). Explaining the genocide in Rwanda.” (). Fiscal policy, conflict, and reconstruction in Burundi and Rwanda.” Forthcoming in (). Fractionalization and long-run economic growth: South Africa as a time series case study.” ().And Burundi has yet to experience the same economic boom as other post-conflict and neighboring countries in the East African Community (EAC), such as Uganda in the early s and Rwanda in the early s.

The Burundi Public Expenditure Review, a new report from the World Bank, underlines the need for the country to mobilize additional.strategically about Burundi’s medium-term fiscal sustainability and priorities for reform.

It analyses key risks to the country’s fiscal sustainability and quantify their likely impact on the budget, in view of helping the government prioritize policy actions to better manage future risks.