Advances in Economics and Business Vol. 6(5), pp. 315 - 321
DOI: 10.13189/aeb.2018.060505
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The Participatory Spectrum Dynamics at the Budgeting Stage in OECD and its Probable Orientation Currently

Ahmet Niyazi Özker *
Department of Public Finance, Faculty of Economic and Business Administration, Bandirma Onyedi Eylül University, Turkey


In this study, we aim to put forth the participatory budget's structural effects aimed at the future along a participatory spectrum especially for developing countries in OECD. The formation of the structural framework of a participatory budget take important place both in clarifying the internal dynamics of the participatory spectrum and in ensuring structural harmony between the OECD member countries. In this stage, it should be put forth both the redistributive effects of a participatory budget and consultative structural location in its forming process that are related to be improved citizen awareness of councilors in their wards via public contributing. In other hand, this approach contains also the process that is increased resident control over the allocation of some resources. Whichever case is in developed stages for a developing country that regardless of the location, the participatory budget is an audit budget and this public locational position is an indispensable practice of fiscal transparency. This structural importance of participating budget come out from this improved intergenerational institutionally structure to understanding for especially developing countries and OECD has determined some important fact in aimed terms as its member countries for these countries to developing process which are also meaningful in todays. In this context, the participatory budget fact has creative location as a corner stone for developing countries which contribute to improvement a fiscal stability in these countries as a meaningful phenomenon within OECD's general aims.

The Participatory Budgeting, Public Budget Spectrum, Fiscal Stability, Fiscal Transparency, Fiscal Budget Audit

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Ahmet Niyazi Özker . "The Participatory Spectrum Dynamics at the Budgeting Stage in OECD and its Probable Orientation Currently." Advances in Economics and Business 6.5 (2018) 315 - 321. doi: 10.13189/aeb.2018.060505.