Supreme Audit Institutions: Supremely Superfluous? A Cross Country Assessment

@article{Blume2007SupremeAI,
  title={Supreme Audit Institutions: Supremely Superfluous? A Cross Country Assessment},
  author={L. Blume and S. Voigt},
  journal={Public Economics: National Government Expenditures & Related Policies eJournal},
  year={2007}
}
  • L. Blume, S. Voigt
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science
  • Public Economics: National Government Expenditures & Related Policies eJournal
This is the first study that assesses the economic effects of supreme audit institutions (SAIs) on a cross country basis. Drawing on two distinct sources (a survey carried out by the International Organization of the SAIs in the early 90ies and an OECD/World Bank Survey of Budget Practices and Procedures carried out in 2003), the effects of SAIs on three groups of economic variables are estimated, namely on (1) fiscal policy, on (2) government effectiveness, and on (3) productivity. On the… Expand
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