The Government Statistician said average, public sector workers were paid double for their output.
He has, consequently, required the formation of a Public Productivity Committee of Parliament to fill in as the Public Accounts Committee and guarantee that services, divisions, and organizations (MDAs) and the public area, as a rule, convey yield comparable with their profit.
Conveying his debut address at the University of Cape Coast last Thursday, Prof. Annim said while profit found the middle value of about GH¢3,420 for the public area laborer, yield in the area arrived at the midpoint of about GH¢1,420, not exactly a portion of the income.
"What individuals procure ought to be equivalent to their result and be equivalent to what they spend," he said, adding that there was something off-base and that such holes ought to be shut in the nation's mission for the genuine turn of events.
He saw that the residency of public officials of such establishments and associations ought to be recharged or disavowed, in light of the achievement of targets.
Prof. Annim said laborers ought to be made to represent their results.
Prof. Annim is a Professor of Economics at the University of Cape Coast and at present the Government Statistician on secondment.
He is committed to advancing information change across the landmass and then some.
The talk, his first as a full teacher, was on: "Information Policy Transitions: Perspectives of Economic Variables".
It was led by the Vice-Chancellor of the college, Prof. Johnson Nyarko Boampong.
After the talk, the school of teachers invited the new teacher into their overlap, affirming his presumption of the full residency.
Prof. Annim focused on the significance for the country to construct an information respectability system (DIF) given like propriety, unwavering quality, and believability of utilizing information, measurements, and factual information.
He saw that markers and estimations were many times changed, prompting clashing information from worldwide associations and public information establishments, which once in a while harmed strategy choices.
The advancement financial expert expressed relying upon interest and comfort, government officials and associations had taken on various lists and pointers to produce information.
He added that there stayed colossal inconsistencies between world vaults of information and those of the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS), different offices, and common society associations in the country, saying those gatherings utilized information that fit their suggestions.
"Once in a while you see information in public strategies that are not even steady with the information that we hold from our MDAs," Prof. Annim added, saying the time had come to tidy up the information scene and give the required predisposition rectifications to influence strategy legitimately.
Prof. Annim charged the scholarly world to chip away at creating information pertinent to strategy choices that influenced the improvement of the nation decidedly.
He said the numerous high volatilities in factors about microeconomic pointers made it challenging for any significant expectations and arranging.
The Government Statistician said, for example, that it was that the country's joblessness rate was 13.4 percent.
He said as an improvement financial expert, he was at times awkward characterizing joblessness in a vigorously casual economy by finding out if they labored for one hour over the most recent seven days and whether they were accessible for work and whether they looked for work.
"We do this and we get 13.4 percent and we need to celebrate. This is the thing I call the politicization of measurements. Ghana's joblessness rate can just not be 13.4 percent, but rather for worldwide benchmarks, the International Labor Organization (ILO) put it there and we have been utilizing it," he said.
The financial matters teacher said a ton of the insights were not intelligent of our economy.
He showed that in exploratory measurements, thinking about individuals who had agreements to work and joblessness, in addition to the weakness of business, the joblessness rate would be something around 49%.
"Except if we value the truth of our economy, handling our advancement will be distant," he said, adding that "we ought to confront the real factors".
Prof. Annim additionally recognized what he alluded to as "implicit financial pointers" in the country on efficiency, profit, imbalance, exchange weakness, capital flight, and supplies of grains, regardless of information accessibility in those areas.
He approached academicians to wander into information gathering in such regions to affect strategy.
Prof. Boampong depicted Prof. Annim as a resource in his space who kept on having a massive effect.
The bad habit chancellor encouraged Prof. Annim to keep on tutoring a lot more fantastic financial experts
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