Doing the most good for every Cedi spent
The Ghanaian economy has been growing swiftly, with remarkable GDP growth higher than five per cent for two years running.
This robust growth means added pressure from special interest groups who demand more public spending on certain projects.
But like every country, Ghana lacks the money to do everything that citizens would like. It has to prioritise between many worthy opportunities.
What if economic science and data could cut through the noise from interest groups, and help the allocation of additional money, to improve the budgeting process and ensure that each cedi can do even more for Ghana?