The Integration of Gender Budgeting in Performance-Based Budgeting

Citation:

Klatzer, Elisabeth. 2008. "The Integration of Gender Budgeting in Performance-Based Budgeting." Paper presented at the conference Public Budgeting Responsible for Gender Equality, Bilbao, Spain, June 9-10.

Author: Elisabeth Klatzer

Abstract:

This paper presented by Dr. Elisabeth Klatzer, Watch Group on Gender and Public Finance at the conference "Public Budgeting Responsible To Gender Equality" (June 9-10, 2008, Bilbao) explores the inter-relation between Gender Budgeting and Performance-Based Budgeting.

Both Gender Budgeting and Performance-Based Budgeting (PBB) challenge the traditional way of “doing public budgeting” and both concepts point at fundamental transformations of the traditionally input oriented and administrative public budget and budgetary processes. Yet the interlinkage between Gender Budgeting and Performance-Based Budgeting is still weak. With the exception of a few theoretical and practical approaches the inter-connections and possible mutual benefits by bringing both together have not been at the focus of attention. (Abstract from UN Women)

Topics: Gender, Gender Budgeting

Year: 2008

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