Publisher: World Bank; Pap/Cdr edition | ISBN 10: 0821369237 | 2007 | PDF | 296 pages | 1.2MB
Participatory budgeting has been implemented in various forms in many developing countries. It offers citizens the opportunity to gain knowledge of government operations, influence policies and hold government to account. However there is also the risk of capture by interest groups that might continue elitism in government decision making. This book provides an overview of the principles of participatory budgeting and analyses the strength and weaknesses of its implementation. It also includes five regional surveys and seven country case studies.
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