|Thematic Area:||Public Finance Management, Planning and Budgeting, Human Rights|
|Resource type:||Assessments and Analysis|
|Author Name:||Andy Norton, Diane Elson|
This book aims to contribute to the evolving understanding of public expenditure management as a political, rather than a purely technical, process. In particular, it explores the ways in which a rights approach can contribute to strengthening pro-poor voice and outcomes in budget processes. It identifies issues, partners, tools and methods that may help development actors to support citizen accountability and a pro-poor, gender-equitable, focus in public expenditure management.