[Forum] Seeking a New Paradigm for Fiscal Management in Times of Crisis
|Venue||Hotel Shilla Seoul, Seoul, Korea||Date||2013-10-14 ~ 2013-10-15|
|Host||Ministry of Strategy and Finance||Organizer||OECD, Korea Institute of Public Finance|
|File||1. 제3차 OECD 국제재정포럼 개최 결과.hwp|
The 3rd International Policy Forum on Budgeting
「Seeking a New Paradigm for Fiscal Management in Times of Crisis」
Increasingly budget authorities around the world are being asked to deal with fiscal issues whose solutions demand new roles and capacities beyond those expected of the traditional budget office. The issues facing budget authorities are similar in that they all undermine fiscal probity; yet the actual manifestation of these threats differs by country or region.
Some countries’ budgets are under acute pressure from the need to shore up stricken financial sectors, while others are struggling with longer-term concerns over increasing welfare needs amidst rapidly declining growth. Some governments are focused on the immediate reduction of sizable deficits; others are concerned about potential debt burdens from sources that have been outside the national government’s purview.
The Seoul Policy Forum will allow budgeting officials and experts to share their concerns and collaborate in the search for new measures to overcome budget crises in countries and regions around the world. Ultimately, the dialogue will ask whether times of crisis can produce a new paradigm for central budget authorities.
|Day1 (October 14, 2013)|
|Theme 1 – Fiscal Management against Increased Fiscal Demand|
|10:20-11:20||Session1: Restructuring Public Spending for Growing Welfare Expenditures|
|11:40-12:50||Session2: Fiscal Reform Case Studies|
|Theme 2 – Expanding the Scope of Fiscal Management|
Session3: Relationship between the National and Sub-national Governments
for Fiscal Soundness
|15:30-16:40||Session4: Debt management in the Public Sector|
|Day2 (October 15, 2013)|
□ Date: October 14-15, 2013
□ Venue: Hotel Shilla Seoul, Seoul, Republic of Korea
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