New Economics for: Value for Money in International Development
Value for money is currently the key debate in government circles. It has largely been thrust back into the public consciousness as a result of the current public sector focus on decreasing budgets arising from the financial crisis of the past four years. While the Department for International Development (DFID) has largely escaped the worst of the cuts, it is not immune to the government wide focus on VfM.
nef consulting’s paper seeks to provide the sector with new thinking on how to create a more consistent and practical debate on the implications of demonstrating value for money in international development. Part of our thought-leadership series, New Economics for: Value for Money in International Development follows the success of our 2012 publication New Economics For: Impact Investing.
Posted by admin on February 8th, 2013 under Publications.