This book provides a detailed overview and analysis of key macroeconomics variables in Sierra Leone from 1980 to 2015. Like Sierra Leone and Ghana, many nations depend primarily on taxation as a means of galvanizing the required resources needed to meet public expenditure requirements. As a result, it is critical to study how fiscal variables change and how private investment can improve life for everyone.Dr. Ezekiel K. Duramany-Lakkoh, dean of the faculty at University of Sierra Leone, explores Sierra Leone?s fiscal policy and how it?s changed over time in this academic work. Topics include:? economic growth beginning in 2010;? social and economic reform programs;? monetary policy and its effect on inflation;? external and domestic debt management.The author also highlights how government spending has influenced private investment at home and abroad?as well as how a re-established political order has contributed to impressive growth.Whether you do business in Sierra Leone, want to do business there, have a connection to the country, or are a citizen or native, you?ll find valuable insights in this book.