Monitoring and Evaluating Fiscal Solvency in Times of Crisis: Framework for Enhancing Revenue Generating Capacity in Nigeria

Adedoyin, F., Laghmari, S., Tazi, M. and Popoola, A., 2017. Monitoring and Evaluating Fiscal Solvency in times of Crisis: Framework for Enhancing Revenue Generating Capacity in Nigeria. Journal of Poverty, Investment and Development, 39, 72-91.

20 Pages Posted: 25 Aug 2019

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Festus Adedoyin

Bournemouth University - Business School, Students

Safae Laghmari

Higher Institute of Commercial Studies and Business Administration

Mehdi Tazi

Department of the Prime Minister of Morocco

Popoola Abiodun

Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) - Economics Department

Date Written: 2017

Abstract

This study contributes to existing literature on fundamentals of public finance management efforts by sub-national governments in developing economies. The paper's primary contribution is finding that choice of public policy intervention by a central government requires establishing frameworks that first monitors individual efforts of sub-national government before approval of such interventions are made. It also suggests the application of certain methodologies for performance measurement in public finance section of the government.

Keywords: Bailout programme, Internally Generated Revenue, Policy Logic, Logframe

Suggested Citation

Adedoyin, Festus and Laghmari, Safae and Tazi, Mehdi and Abiodun, Popoola, Monitoring and Evaluating Fiscal Solvency in Times of Crisis: Framework for Enhancing Revenue Generating Capacity in Nigeria (2017). Adedoyin, F., Laghmari, S., Tazi, M. and Popoola, A., 2017. Monitoring and Evaluating Fiscal Solvency in times of Crisis: Framework for Enhancing Revenue Generating Capacity in Nigeria. Journal of Poverty, Investment and Development, 39, 72-91., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3440040 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3440040

Festus Adedoyin (Contact Author)

Bournemouth University - Business School, Students ( email )

United Kingdom

Safae Laghmari

Higher Institute of Commercial Studies and Business Administration ( email )

Mehdi Tazi

Department of the Prime Minister of Morocco ( email )

Morocco

Popoola Abiodun

Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) - Economics Department ( email )

Zaria
Nigeria

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