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eBook Development Finance Institutions: Measuring their Subsidy (Directions in Development) ePub

by Jacob Yaron,Mark Schreiner

  • ISBN: 0821349848
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Jacob Yaron,Mark Schreiner
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Bank Publications (October 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1282 kb
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Download books for free. The first measure is the Subsidiary Dependence Index (SDI) and the second is the Net Present Cost to Society (NPCs).

Download books for free. These measures help to establish benchmarks and to chart trends. They help to measure the social cost of development finance institutions (DFIs) that receive public funds. This is significant since funds earmarked for development are scarce. The measurement of social cost in this monograph is the first step toward the wiser use of public funds.

Measures of subsidy that use the deposit rate as a measure of social opportunity cost are lower bounds (Schreiner and Yaron, 2001), since in practice, most practitioners accept that there is almost always a portfolio of potential projects offering higher social (if not always financial) returns than the cost of government borrowing. Development Finance Institutions and their Subsidies: Towards a methodological framework for assessing their subsidy from taxpayers, and the extent to which this is passed on to their clients.

Schreiner, Mark; Yaron, Jacob. Development Finance Institutions : Measuring Their Subsidy. Directions in Development;. Washington, DC: World Bank. 83 License: CC BY . IGO.

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Schreiner, Mark, 1969–Development finance institutions : measuring their . Directions in development). Includes bibliographical references. Why measure the social cost of public development finance institutions?

Schreiner, Mark, 1969–Development finance institutions : measuring their subsidy, Mark Schreiner, Jacob Yaron. p. cm. - (Directions in development). Why measure the social cost of public development finance institutions? Governments and donors for decades have tried to improve social welfare through public support for development finance institutions (DFIs). Public DFIs, as with all projects that use public funds, are worthwhile in principle only if their social benefits exceed their social costs.

Development Finance Institutions. Measuring Their Subsidy. Mark Schreiner Jacob Yaron., cm. The world bank washington,D.

The term "development finance institutions" (DFI) encompasses no only government development banks, but also .

The term "development finance institutions" (DFI) encompasses no only government development banks, but also nongovernmental micro-finance organizations, that match grants to attempt to promote community development, decentralization of power, and local empowerment. Measures of the social cost of DFIs that receive public funds, help to check whether DFIs are good uses of public funds, . if the social benefit of a DFI exceeds the social cost, then public funds are indeed well-spent, further improving social welfare.

For decades, governments and donors have attempted to improve social welfare through public support for development finance institutions (DFIs). This monograph presents two measures of social cost. The first measure is the Subsidiary Dependence Index (SDI) and the second is the Net Present Cost to Society (NPCs). These measures help to establish benchmarks and to chart trends. They help to measure the social cost of development finance institutions (DFIs) that receive public funds. This is significant since funds earmarked for development are scarce. The measurement of social cost in this monograph is the first step toward the wiser use of public funds.