In June 2004, the United States and the United Kingdom relinquished civil authority over post-conflict Iraq, ending thirteen months of occupation and marking the creation of an independent interim Iraqi government.
Companies and governments in both the developed and developing worlds have made a range of commitments to transparency in the management of resource revenues. But what actual progress has been made? How does their performance rate?
Follow the Money provides practical information on how citizens of resource-rich countries can become effective monitors of government earnings and expenditures. It summarizes the experiences of some of the most successful budget groups in the world.