The workshop organised by the MENA-OECD Governance Programme Centre in collaboration with the Italian School of Administration and the Ministry of Administrative Development of Egypt on public finance management and governance issues involved high level public officials from Egypt and Tunisia as well as Egyptian, Italian and international experts. Its main objective was to provide the participants with the appropriate strategic and practical tools in order to better address public finance management and governance issues in time of a deep democratic process faced by Egypt and Tunisia.

The workshop was articulated around four main modules: Anticorruption, Transparency and Integrity, Public Finance Management, Procurement and Leadership.

It has allowed officials and managers from Egyptian and Tunisian Ministries and Central Agencies to gain a deeper insight into the implementation challenges of sound public finance policies through the experiences from the MENA and OECD countries. The participants, directly involved through case study analysis and contributions based on their own administrative and managerial experience, shared not only good practices, yet the difficulties and major challenges the countries had faced in the process of a successful implementation of public governance reforms.

 

Papers presented

Agrarian reforms

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Budgetary management through EOU

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Case Study

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Details on "Financial and Budgetary Management"

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Generation Conflict

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Human Resources

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ICB Research

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Managerial Problems

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Mobile Studio Case

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Anticorruption and Suspicion of corruption

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Economics and Management of Procurement, designing and implementing public procurement strategies

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Human Development and Capacity Building of Future Leaders in the Egyptian Government 

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Follow Up the Government Decisions and the Implementation of public policy

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Public sector and leadership

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