Agile Governance

Most governments have no idea how much they own

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Vitor Gaspar
Director of the Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF
Jason Harris
Deputy division chief of the Public Financial Management division in the Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF
Alexander Tieman
Deputy Division Chief, International Monetary Fund
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The majority of the time assets outweigh the liabilities.
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In emerging market economies private debt has risen much faster than public debt
Given the collected data estimates of 2017 public debt vary considerably.
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