The Africa Debt Monitor (ADM), launched in September 2019, provides a unique platform for sharing information on African central government debt and debt management policies, practices and institutional arrangements.
It offers multiple tools for cross-country peer learning on public debt issuance and management and provides policymakers with additional insight into the capacity of their debt offices to manage debt and associated risk.
This paper is part of the ADM Analysis series, a set of reports that investigates trends in debt management in Africa using quantitative and qualitative information available on the ADM. It focuses on public debt transparency and accountability, a topic that has been at the top of the public debt management (PDM) reform agenda over the last few years.
Year: 2022 Theme: Transparency and accountability, Public debt management, Africa debt monitor Language: English