Public financial management and health service delivery: necessary, but not sufficient?

by Bryn Welham, Tom Hart, Shakira Mustapha et al.
Overseas Development Institute (ODI), April 2017

56 pp. 3.3 MB

The issues of public financial management (PFM) and healthcare have long been of interest to the development policy community. Both issues are relatively well discussed and studied in their own right, but the relationship between them is comparatively under-theorised and under researched. More recently, the debates in both policy fields have started to place more of a premium on understanding the links between the two issues. To support this closer alignment, this research report looks in more detail at the theoretical and empirical links between these two concepts, predominantly from a PFM perspective.

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