Budget Analysis 2017

IEA Kenya

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Post Date: 30 March 2017


This analysis of Budget 2017/18 notes that the country has been pursuing expansionary fiscal policy driven largely by government ambitions to address gap in infrastructure development and human resource development. It also seeks to answer, though not directly the extent to which the budget is driven by elections in terms of the expected goodies that come with election years. The focus is largely on the big ticket expenditure items and their implications on the budget vis a vis the financing aspect.

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