Public Financial Management: Cambodian Experiences
- About the Book
Public Financial Management: Cambodian Experiences is prepared by the General Secretariat of Public Financial Management Reform Steering Committee (GSC) to promote general understanding and knowledge of Public Financial Management (PFM) among government officials and the general public. The book starts with an overview of PFM in Cambodia, with a brief introduction to the discipline of public financial management. It then discusses Cambodia’s experience in implementing PFM reform and its impact on public finance in general. After that, it also shows how PFM has reformed the government budgeting process and the challenges in its implementation. Finally, case studies of Cambodian reform efforts and selected ASEAN and OECD countries’ experiences with PFM reform are presented. We, GSC hope that this book can be a good resource for those who are interested in PFM reform in Cambodia and lessons learnt for other developing countries.
- About the Author(s)
General Secretariat of Public Finance, AuthorThe General Secretariat of Public Financial Management Reform Steering Committee is coordinating the work with the Public Financial Management Reform Working Group of the line ministries and all entities under the Ministry of Economy and Finance and coordinating the cooperation between the Royal Government and development partners under public financial management reform program and coordinating the work with the other reforms of the Royal Government.
Vinel Yeth, EditorVinel Yeth is an Under-Secretary of State of the Ministry of Economy and Finance and also a Deputy Secretary General of the General Secretariat of Public Financial Management Reform Steering Committee (GSC), overseeing the overall implementation of the PFM reforms program in the country.
Youthy Um, EditorYouthy Um is the Head of Administration, Finance, Monitoring, and Evaluation Division of the PFM Reform Steering Committee.
Penghuy Ngov, EditorPenghuy Ngov is a freelance consultant for the General Secretariat of the PFM Reform Program (GSC), where he provides support and advice on a wide range of economic issues.