Steering the right course?

Walker, David
October 2001
Public Finance;10/12/2001, p22
Trade Publication
Focuses on the effectiveness of the Comprehensive Spending Review program instituted by the British government. History of the program; Aim of allowing the government to bring spending programs in line with its priorities and objectives; Outcome of the first round of the program in 1998; Impact of the program on government finances; Assessment of the country's fiscal position compared to other European countries.


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