Gender perspectives in spending review

Public finances will be under increasing pressure in the medium term. Tools such as spending review, which help governments prioritise and reallocate spending, are likely to be increasingly important. Integrating a gender perspective will ensure that budget reprioritisation does not increase gender...

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Main Author: Nicol, Scherie
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Paris OECD Publishing 2022
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520 |a Public finances will be under increasing pressure in the medium term. Tools such as spending review, which help governments prioritise and reallocate spending, are likely to be increasingly important. Integrating a gender perspective will ensure that budget reprioritisation does not increase gender gaps, but instead supports the achievement of gender goals - which can bring economic and fiscal dividends. This paper highlights the different ways in which countries are experimenting with integrating a gender perspective to spending review, as well as some of the key considerations that should be taken into account in the process