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mobilisation of domestic resources for development

R. Simmons

mobilisation of domestic resources for development

theoretical underpinnings

by R. Simmons

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Published by University of Salford, Department of Economics in Salford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Africa -- Economic conditions -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Spiral binding.

    StatementRobert Simmons.
    SeriesSalford papers in economics -- 89-5
    ContributionsUniversity of Salford. Department of Economics.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52p. ;
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13914899M

    Mobilizing domestic resources will help reduce vulnerability arising from dependence on fragile external income. Domestic resource mobilization provides the only viable long-term financing basis for development expenditures. 3. The BPoA recognizes that the most important financing of development comes from domestic resources.   Developing countries that have achieved and sustained high rates of growth have typically done so largely through the mobilisation of their domestic resources. Domestic resource mobilisation (DRM) at a significant level is essential to solidify ownership over development strategy and to strengthen the bonds of accountability between governments.

    Get this from a library! Reclaiming policy space: domestic resource mobilization and developmental states.. [United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.;] -- Examines the potential of African countries to increase their total domestic financial resource envelope in order to reduce dependence on official development assistance (ODA), diversify their. First UN Development Decade (): Mobilise Foreign Resources – Low Domestic Savings Made Foreign Resources Necessary – % of DC GDP Transfer of Official Financial Resources – Sixty + Years later: Never achieved, – After Dominated by (Negative) Net Private Financial Flows.

      Public finance, whether domestic or international, clearly cannot fill this gap. In fact, since the Monterrey Consensus, policymakers have asked how we can use public resources as a catalyst to leverage other public and private resources for development. Blended finance is one type of catalytic aid receiving plenty of attention lately. However, it is very important to understand how taxation and fiscal policies can play a fundamental role in achieving the SDGs and why the mobilisation and effective use of domestic resources are.


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Mobilisation of domestic resources for development by R. Simmons Download PDF EPUB FB2

This significant and timely volume offers crucial insights into the constantly evolving debate within the international development community regarding the mobilization of domestic resources and the crucial role that financial development can and should play in this regard.

This book explores various aspects of the financial development–domestic resource mobilization nexus, including. Training Manual on Resource Mobilization and Grant.

3 Table of Contents To show the ways about the variety of foreign and domestic resources that are potentially available to the sector, but have not been adequately identifying the resources essential for the development, implementationFile Size: KB.

Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) — the process through which countries raise and spend their own funds to provide for their people – is the long-term path to sustainable development finance.

DRM not only provides governments with the funds needed to alleviate poverty and deliver public services, but is also a critical step on the path out of aid dependence.

Mobilizing Domestic Resources for Sustainable Development: Toward a Progressive Fiscal Contract Domestic resource mobilization (DRM) will be crucial Chapter 6 addresses implementation of SDGs not only to meet the sheer scale of investment needed to implement the Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable.

A renewed international focus on domestic resource mobilisation for sustainable development 11 Domestic revenue mobilisation in South Asia in comparative perspective 12 2. Overview of tax performance in case countries 15 The recent revenue collection record of South Asian countries is underwhelming 15 development organizations should not rely on foreign resources, some of these reasons are: 1.

Foreign resources do not build local support for development organizations work, nor does local supporters.

As long as CBO/NGO is seen as being supported by foreign funds, local people will not feel the need to help you with funds or other kinds of. Agenda reaffirms that mobilization and effective use of domestic resources, underscored by the principle of national ownership, are central to achieving the sustainable development goals.

Strengthening Domestic Resource Mobilization Strengthening Domestic Development emphasized that the “mobilization and effective use of domestic resources are central to our common pursuit of sustainable development.” As this report demonstrates, domestic resources are central to achieving devel-opment objectives.

Many lower. Strengthening Tax Systems to Mobilise Domestic Resources in the Post Development Agenda • Strengthening domestic tax collection will be essential to provide governments with sustainable revenue sources to finance the post Sustainable Development Goals and invest in development, relieve poverty and deliver public Size: 1MB.

Mobilising domestic financial resources for development: the critical role of taxation. On the face of it, taxation and domestic resource mobilisation might be low on the list of priorities, given the current crisis. Mobilization of Resources: Mobilizing is the process of assembling and organizing things for ready use or for a achieving a collective goal.

The term mobilization of resources should be seen in the same context. Mobilization of resources means the freeing up of locked resources.

Every country has economic resources within its territory known as domestic resources. But often they might not be. This is a training manual on resource mobilisation targeted at civil society organisations. The manual discusses the context, sources and the making of plans for domestic resource mobilisation purposes.

It also discusses social entrepreneurship and the role of gender in promoting entrepreneurship as a source of funds for civil society.

Domestic resources are the largest untapped source of financing to fund national development plans. As clearly recognized by the Addis Agenda, without effective mobilization of domestic. Resources for development can be mobilized from domestic or external sources.

For most countries, the bulk of resources for development are mobilized domestically rather than externally. The external sources can be grouped under four headings used in the Monterrey Consensus on Financing for Development: (1) foreign direct investment andFile Size: KB.

This is the first in a series of four policy memos that explore various facets of domestic resource mobilization (DRM) and will examine the role of tax systems.

DRM is commonly defined as the mix of financial resources available to a government to fund its operations, including direct and indirect taxes, other revenue, and borrowing from local capital markets.

Ghana - Report on domestic resources mobilization (English) Abstract. Ghana is one of the few countries in Africa where real income per capita has been declining over the past two decades, despite a relatively good natural and human resource endowment.

This is the third in a series of four policy memos that explore various facets of domestic resource mobilization (DRM) and examines the interaction between DRM and public financial management (PFM). DRM is commonly defined as the mix of financial resources available to a government to fund its operations, including direct and indirect taxes, other revenue, and borrowing.

Mobilisation and effective use of domestic resources for a transformative post agenda Background Note 3 1. Introduction This briefing discusses how to make domestic resources work for a transformative post agenda.

We define domestic resources as government revenues and. Book Launch: Learning from the South Korean Developmental to contribute to global debates on the political and institutional contexts that enable poor countries to mobilize domestic resources for social development.

It will examine the processes and mechanisms that connect the politics of resource mobilization and demands for social. Resource mobilization is the process of getting resources from resource provider, using different mechanisms, to implement an organization's pre-determined goals.

It is a theory that is used in the study of social movements and argues that the success of social movements depends on resources (time, money, skills, etc.) and the ability to use them.

The global economic crisis has given a new impetus to dialogue on domestic resource mobilisation in Africa, particularly on taxation. Lower export revenues, uncertain future foreign investment and aid inflows amidst generally high levels of indebtedness have raised the importance of File Size: KB.important additional development resources if they were properly tapped.

However, the policy actions taken so far to increase the total development resource envelope do not sufficiently recognize that African countries need to step up their efforts at enhancing domestic resource mobilization.

Firstly,File Size: 4MB.Abstract Public spending plays a key role in the economic growth and development of most developing economies. This book analyzes revenues, policy, and administration of Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) in developing by: 2.