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The 2013 CAPE conference: budgeting in the real world

13 - 14 November 2013
Venue: 
Overseas Development Institute
Details

A country’s national budget never fails to attract attention. For good reason – it is one of the most tangible expressions of how a government aims to govern. It ostensibly sets the political, economic and development agenda for the whole of the nation.  Or does it? In practice, the difference between what’s on paper and how budgets are actually made and spent can be stark.

This disconnect can be rooted in a range of factors – the reality of how politics and policy mingle in the allocation of funds; shifts in the global economy that confound expectations; and unplanned spending that substantially alters stated intentions of the budget as planned.

The 2013 CAPE Conference will look at how budgets actually work in the real world and explore the latest thinking on how they can deliver better development outcomes.  Bringing together a distinguished array of global leaders and thinkers, the conference aims to shed light on two overarching questions:

  • How does budgeting and public financial management really work in practice?
  • What can reformers do to strengthen budgets to improve development outcomes?

The conference will be live streamed on both days and you can register for this via the 'register' tab above. Should you wish further information about the event please contact Elizabeth Barnes (e.barnes@odi.org.uk).

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Agenda
Pre-conference (12 November)
17:30-19:00 Book launch: The International Handbook of Public Financial Management

Day 1 (13 November)
8:30-9:15 Registration and Coffee

9:15-9:20 Welcome
Edward Hedger - Head of CAPE, ODI

9:20-10:20 Keynote session
Speaker
Antoinette Sayeh - Director, Africa Department, IMF; and former Minister of Finance, Liberia
Chair
Kevin Watkins - Director, ODI

10:20-10:30 Introduction to the conference
Philipp Krause - Public Finance Team Leader, ODI 
10:30-12:30 The practice of budgeting – what drives the form and functionality of budget systems?
Speakers
Neil Cole - Executive Secretary, Collaborative African Budget Reform Initiative
Carlos Scartascini- Principal Research Economist, Inter-American Development Bank
Jana Repansek- Deputy Director, Center for Excellence in Finance
Discussant
Joachim Wehner- Senior Lecturer, London School of Economics
Chair
Marta Foresti - Head of Politics and Governance, ODI

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:00 A case in point? The experience of Mozambique
Speaker
Luisa Diogo - former Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Mozambique
Discussant
Renaud Seligmann - Sector Manager, Financial Management West & Central Africa, World Bank
Chair
Andrew Lawson- Director, Fiscus Limited

15:00-15:30 Coffee

15:30-17:30 What is a ‘capable’ finance ministry?
Speakers
Kenneth Mugambe - Ag. Director Budget, Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Uganda
Richard Allen - former Deputy Division Chief, IMF
Philipp Krause -  Public Finance Team Leader, ODI
Discussant
Bjoern Dressel - Senior Lecturer, Australian National University
Chair
Nicola Smithers - Public Financial Management Cluster Leader, World Bank

Day 2 (14 November)
8:45-9:20 Registration and coffee

9:20-9:30 Summary of Day 1 and Introduction
Philipp Krause - ODI

9:30-12:00 How can reformers deliver change in the budget process?
Speakers
Matt Andrews- Associate Professor, Harvard Kennedy School
Tim Williamson - Country Manager (South Sudan), Budget Strengthening Initiative, ODI
Amal Larhlid - Director, Policy and Governance, PwC
Discussant
Marco Cangiano - Assistant Director, IMF
Chair
Andrew Norton - Director of Research, ODI

12:00-13:30 Lunch

13:30-16:00 How do budget reforms link to development outcomes?
Speakers
Bhanu Prasad Acharya - Hon’ble Auditor General, Democratic Republic of Nepal
Allen Schick - Professor, University of Maryland; and Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Nick Manning - Head, Governance and Public Sector Management Practice, World Bank
Discussant
Paolo de Renzio - Senior Research Fellow, International Budget Partnership; and Research Associate, ODI
Chair
Alison Evans - former Director of ODI

16:00-16:30 Coffee

16:30-17:30 Concluding session: What is to be done?
Speakers
Senior expert panel drawn from participants
Chair
Edward Hedger - Head of CAPE, ODI
Audio/Video


The 2013 CAPE Conference: Antoinette Sayeh's keynote speech



Marta Foresti - CAPE 2013: The practice of budgeting



Neil Cole - CAPE 2013: The practice of budgeting



Carols Scartascini - CAPE 2013: The practice of budgeting



Jana Repansek - CAPE 2013: The practice of budgeting



Joachim Wehner - CAPE 2013: The practice of budgeting



Questions and discussion - CAPE 2013: The practice of budgeting



Andrew Lawson - CAPE 2013: A case in point? The experience of Mozambique



Luisa Diogo - CAPE 2013: A case in point? The experience of Mozambique



Renaud Seligmann - CAPE 2013: A case in point? The experience of Mozambique



Questions and discussion - CAPE 2013: A case in point? The experience of Mozambique



Nicola Smithers - CAPE 2013: What is a 'capable' finance ministry?



Phillipp Krause - CAPE 2013: What is a 'capable' finance ministry?



Richard Allen - CAPE 2013: What is a 'capable' finance ministry?



Kenneth Mugambe - CAPE 2013: What is a 'capable' finance ministry?



Bjoern Dressel - CAPE 2013: What is a 'capable' finance ministry?



Questions and discussion - CAPE 2013: What is a 'capable' finance ministry?



Philipp Krause and Andrew Norton - CAPE 2013: Introducing day two



Matt Andrews - CAPE 2013: How can reformers deliver change in the budget process?



Tim Williamson - CAPE 2013: How can reformers deliver change in the budget process?



Amal Larhlid - CAPE 2013: How can reformers deliver change in the budget process?



Marco Cangiano - CAPE 2013: How can reformers deliver change in the budget process?



Discussion - CAPE 2013: How can reformers deliver change in the budget process?



Paolo de Renzio - CAPE 2013: How do budget reforms link to development outcomes?



Bhanu Prasad Acharya - CAPE 2013 : How do budget reforms link to development outcomes?



Allen Schick - CAPE 2013: How do budget reforms link to development outcomes?



Nick Manning - CAPE 2013 : How do budget reforms link to development outcomes?



Discussion - CAPE 2013: How do budget reforms link to development outcomes?



Edward Hedger - CAPE 2013: What is to be done?



Bjoern Dressel - CAPE 2013: What is to be done?



Nicola Smithers - CAPE 2013: What is to be done?


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