According to the Bank's website, this project aims to support the government of Kosovo in (1.) managing fiscal risks through evidence-based decision making and fiscal transparency and (2.) improving the regulatory sector environment to foster private sector growth. This would entail:
1. Improving debt management operations through aligning the Debt Law to international debt practice, a more comprehensive and transparent way of managing public employment through the secondary legislation on the Laws and Public Wages and Public Employment, containment of the immediate fiscal risks through restraining the value of the wage coefficient and the number of vacant and budgeted positions, improvements in the costing and responsibility of social protection initiatives, and improvements in the coverage and targeting of the social assistance program to maximize its impact on poverty reduction.
2. Reducing the administrative burden on private sector enterprises by consolidating and simplifying licenses and permits at the central level, by better coordinating inspections through the new inspections law, by promoting equitable job creation through promoting anti-discrimination at work and providing more flexible forms of employment.
Kosovo Ministry of Finance; Bedri Hamza, Minister of Finance. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare; Skender Recica, Minister. email@example.com
Ministry of Trade and Industry; Endrit Shala, Minister firstname.lastname@example.org
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