Economic Policy and Fiscal Institutions
Emerging Markets practice
Economic policy matters—and so does economic governance—or the proper functioning of institutions through which policies are executed. Policy and governance do make a significant difference in the lives of millions of people unable to realize their potential because of ill-considered economic policies and weak and ineffective institutions. Our team has the experience to address important issues and challenges facing developing nations as they continue to implement sustainable economic policies.
|Afghanistan economic growth and governance initiative
Deloitte is working to promote economic growth and governance by building human and institutional capacity across key economic Ministries.
|Economic reforms to enhance competitiveness in central Asia
Deloitte is promoting macroeconomic stability in Central Asia by building institutional capacity, strengthening regulations, and increasing transparency in the public financial system.
|Economic recovery, reform and sustained growth in Iraq
Deloitte is helping Iraq design the sustainable infrastructure necessary to promote public and private sector development and rebuild its economy.
|Fiscal reform in Jordan
Deloitte assisted the Government of Jordan in achieving its fiscal goals by providing technical assistance in tax policy, tax administration and budget management.
|Technical assistance for policy reform in Egypt
Deloitte supported this five-year, $134 million project to provide a broad and integrated source of technical assistance to Egyptian reformers to help them define and implement their visions for economic policy and institutional reforms.
|USAID/Liberia governance and economic management support project
Deloitte is helping to build the capacity of targeted Government of Liberia Ministries and Agencies to improve economic governance and limit opportunities for corruption.
|Read two reports from the Conflict and Post-Conflict Governance Conference: The Stakeholder Perspective. The conference sessions focused on the governance issues faced by national governments, local governments, and civil society organizations in moving their countries from conflict to sustained political, economic, and social development.
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