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New issue of the IPF Notes
Published: September 8, 2021

In the IPF Notes, Katarina Ott has published the analysis Functional and sustainable local self-government in the Croatian National Recovery and Resilience Plan 2021-2026.

New issue of Public Sector Economics
Published: September 6, 2021

In the new issue of Public Sector Economics Velma Pijalović, Lejla Lazović-Pita, Almir Peštek, Danijela Martinović and Ademir Abdić in the article Pension reform in (F)BH with a special focus on gender issue analyse legal changes and requirements that affect retirement conditions and retirement rights for women in BH. Tony Kinder and Jari Stenvall in the article Public value and public services in the post-virus economy consider how might the economic change resulting from the virus crisis impact public value and public management. Stefan Jestl in the article Inheritance tax regimes: a comparison provides an overview of different inheritance tax systems based on a set of selected European countries as well as the US, and by identifying different economic effects emanating from these systems. Christos Papageorgiou, Panagiotis Farlekas, Zacharias Dermatis, Athanasios Anastasiou and Panagiotis Liargovas in the article Assessing the impact of excise duties on a state’s revenues: the case of Greece estimate the effect of excise duties on tobacco products on government revenues in the EU and specifically in Greece.

Pension system in the Recovery and Resilience Plan
Published: August 31, 2021

In the IPF Notes, Marijana Bađun presented her analysis Pension system in the Recovery and Resilience Plan in which she commented changes of the pension system provided in the Recovery and Resilience Plan of the Republic of Croatia.


Public Sector Economics Conference
The Institute of Public Finance and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, supported by the International Budget Partnership, Washington and Croatian Science Foundation, are organizing a conference Does fiscal openness pay off? The political and socio-economic effects of transparency, participation and accountability. Detailed information (including the call for papers) is available at the conference web site.

Local budget transparency
On July 5, 2021 the Institute of Public Finance presented the results of the seventh annual research cycle of the budget transparency of all 576 Croatian local governments. 

To make the results more accessible and easier to read, the Institute published an interactive map that shows the status of each local government unit.


IPF Notes
In the IPF Notes, Josip Franić and Mihaela Bronić have presented their analysis Have budget funds allocated for mitigating corona crisis been spent in an open and accountable manner?, in which they have looked into the research results published by the International Budget Partnership, especially those regarding Croatia. 

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