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Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Reviews (CPEIR) in South-East Asia

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The analysis of climate finance and institutional capacity on climate change within many countries is at the earliest stages of development. The ODI has developed a methodology through country case studies in Nepal and Bangladesh and further national studies will hopefully be undertaken in the coming months and is now furthering this work in a three other South-East Asian countries, starting in Thailand. 

The Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Reviews (CPEIR) is an extremely useful tool in contributing to an overall Climate Fiscal Framework that provides a basis for a cross sectoral approach that is essential for the management of climate change finance. In addition, the CPEIR will be a key building block to develop a Climate Fiscal Framework that assesses the demand and supply for climate funds and the sources of funds available from domestic and external sources.

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Smita Nakhooda, Emily Wilkinson, Merylyn Hedger, Sam Moon, Arnaldo Pellini

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