### Table 7: Government Expenditure

"... In PAGE 18: ...growth of government expenditure. We can see in Table7 , column 1, that this variable is a major determinant of the volatility of output growth (as found by Ramey and Ramey, 1995). In the next two columns we add other variables to the regression equation.... In PAGE 18: ... Neither of these variables has a significant effect. Table7 around here The last three columns of table 7 compare the effect that the volatility of output growth and of government expenditure have on inequality in 1990. Government expenditure volatility has a positive and significant impact on inequality, but this effect disappears once we include the standard deviation of output growth, indicating that government expenditure affects inequality in so far as it makes output more volatile.... ..."

### TABLE 22 Structure of Government Expenditure

1999

### Table 2. 1994 SAM for Mozambique (millions of 1994 Meticais)

2001

"... In PAGE 17: ...10 5. Updating a SAM: RAS and Cross-Entropy To illustrate the use of the proposed cross entropy estimator and to compare its properties to that of the RAS method, we apply both methods to update a 1994 macro SAM for Mozambique ( Table2 ).11 Monte Carlo simulations are carried out by starting from the balanced SAM and then randomly imposing new row and column totals.... ..."

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### Table 2. Share of Local Government Expenditure

2002

"... In PAGE 9: ... Table2 shows how local government expenditures in Korea changed during the last 30 years. The share of local government expenditure has almost doubled during the last 30 years from 24.... ..."

### Table 4 Government Expenditure in Viet Nani, 1992

"... In PAGE 13: ...Table4 , capital expenditures constituted about 20 per cent of the total, on average, local governments had little more than $2 (U.... In PAGE 14: ...9 8 See, Viet Nam - Transition to the Market, The World Bank, 1993. 9 Although Table4 shows important expenditures on quot;social services, quot; the bulk of this item - about 10 per cent of total expenditures - consists of pensions to war veterans.... ..."

### Table 22: CHINA: Structure of Government Expenditure

1996

### Table 5 Regression results: Sectoral government expenditure and concessionary loan {Government expenditure data from GFS)

"... In PAGE 23: ... While this emphasis on the time dimension reduces the number of countries in our sample, we are able to capture more effectively the impact of annual net disbursement of aid on that period apos;s government budget. Table5 has the estimates of equation (9) when GFS data on public spending are used. quot;9Such a finding, however, is not supported by all studies.... In PAGE 25: ... To analyze aid fungibility we need to look at the estimate of 4) -- the fungibility parameter. Table5 contains the OLS estimates of equation (9) which does not directly give us the estimates of s.... In PAGE 25: ...09 which is insignificantly different from zero. This can also be seen from Table5 where equation... In PAGE 26: ... In recent years, the donor community has been increasingly concerned that development assistance is being used directly or indirectly to fund military expenditures. Data from our sample countries do not support the hypothesis that foreign aid is diverted for military purposes (see Table5 , equation (5.6)).... In PAGE 27: ...here are K aid fungibility parameters {4,k, k =J,...,K}, where K ( S) is the number of sectors that receive earmarked aid. The results reported in Table5 and Table 6 are based on independent least square estimates of each sectoral equation as given in equation (9) which is basically a modified form of equation (6). We now jointly estimate the sectoral equations and impose the cross-equation restriction that the aid fungibility parameter 4 k (k-=l,.... ..."

### Table 3 Regression results: Government expenditure on foreign aid {Government expenditure data from GFS}

"... In PAGE 20: ... apos;5 Roughly 60 percent of all concessionary loans go to two sectors -- energy, and transport and communication. Table3 reports the estimates of equations (7) and (8) which are estimated under the null hypothesis that the coefficients, o iand 6 i,of the country dummy variable are fixed parameters. If, however, the Hausman test rejects the null hypothesis that the appropriate model is fixed effects then the random effects model is estimated.... ..."

### Table 3.3: Government Expenditure on Education, 1990-96

1998

"... In PAGE 40: ... This curtailed operations in the budget. Table3 . 1: Economic Composition of Government Expenditure in PMCs, 1995 (In percent of GDP) Wages Interest Other Total Development Exp.... ..."

### Table 2: INDONESIA - GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE (in billion Rupiah, GOI fornat)

2000

"... In PAGE 80: ... distribution and containing crime (Table 2). Table2 : The Size and Composition of Government Expenditures and Government Performance Indicators in Different Country Groups Industrialized Countries Newly quot;Big quot; quot;Medium-sized quot; quot;Small quot; industrialized Governments /a Governments /b Govemments /c countries /d 1960 1990 1960 1990 1960 1990 1990 Total Expenditures (percent of GDP) 31.0 55.... ..."