Oecd Fiscal Federalism Studies Institutions Of Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Challenges Ahead

Author: Korea Institute of Public Finance
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264246967
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Oecd Fiscal Federalism Studies Institutions Of Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Challenges Ahead from the Author: Korea Institute of Public Finance. This book takes an interdisciplinary look at how the institutions of intergovernmental fiscal relations are shaped, drawing on work by both academics and practitioners in the field.

Fiscal Federalism 2016 Making Decentralisation Work

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264254056
Size: 62.71 MB
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Fiscal Federalism 2016 Making Decentralisation Work from the Author: OECD. Fiscal Federalism 2016 covers: spending and tax devolution, fiscal constitutions of federal countries, immovable property taxation, the spending power of sub-central governments, the own tax resources and intergovernmental grants mix, and rules and frameworks for sustainable debt management.

Oecd Fiscal Federalism Studies Measuring Fiscal Decentralisation Concepts And Policies

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264174842
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Oecd Fiscal Federalism Studies Measuring Fiscal Decentralisation Concepts And Policies from the Author: OECD. This book deals with two issues. The first concerns the various measurement of fiscal decentralization in general and their usefulness for policy analysis. The second and more specific issue concerns the taxonomy of intergovernmental grants and the limits of the current classifications.

Hamilton S Paradox

Author: Jonathan Rodden
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521603669
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Hamilton S Paradox from the Author: Jonathan Rodden. As new federations take shape and old ones are revived around the world, a difficult challenge is to create incentives for fiscal discipline. By combining theory, quantitative analysis, and historical and contemporary case studies, this book lays out the first systematic explanation of why decentralized countries have had dramatically different fiscal experiences. It provides insights into current policy debates from Latin America to the European Union, and a new perspective on a tension between the promise and peril of federalism that has characterized the literature since The Federalist Papers.

Budgeting And Budgetary Institutions

Author: Anwar Shah
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 0821369407
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Budgeting And Budgetary Institutions from the Author: Anwar Shah. Budgeting and budgetary institutions play a critical role in resource allocation, government accountability, and improved fiscal and social outcomes. This volume distills lessons from practices in designing better fiscal institutions, citizen friendly budgets, and open and transparent processes of budget preparation and execution. It also highlights newer concepts of performance budgeting, accrual accounting, activity based costing, and the use of information and communication technology in budgeting. These tools of analysis are supplemented by a review of budgeting in post-conflict countries and two country case studies on the reform of budgeting systems.

Federalism And The Market

Author: Erik Wibbels
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139444521
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Federalism And The Market from the Author: Erik Wibbels. This book, first published in 2005, develops a comparative model of intergovernmental bargaining to account for variation in the capacity of federations in the developing world to undertake economic policy reform, suggesting that many market reform policies are a function of a constant process of bargaining between national and regional leaders struggling for political survival. As the degree of national-regional disagreement mounts, collective action on reforms that require implementation at multiple levels of government becomes more difficult. The degree to which the two factors conflict depends on four factors: the individual electoral interests, a shared intergovernmental fiscal system, the manner in which regional interests are represented in national policy making and the levers of partisan influence national leaders have over subnational politicians. In testing the argument with a combination of cross-sectional time-series and case study analysis, this book contributes to the broad literatures on development and the comparative political economy of federalism and decentralization.

Oecd Fiscal Federalism Studies Reforming Fiscal Federalism And Local Government Beyond The Zero Sum Game

Author: Blöchliger Hansjörg
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264119973
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Oecd Fiscal Federalism Studies Reforming Fiscal Federalism And Local Government Beyond The Zero Sum Game from the Author: Blöchliger Hansjörg. This book describes and examines reforms of fiscal federalism and local government in 10 OECD countries implemented over the past decade.

China S Growth And Integration Into The World Economy

Author: Eswar Prasad
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781589062580
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China S Growth And Integration Into The World Economy from the Author: Eswar Prasad. This IMF occasional paper offers an analytical overview of China's prospects and challenges for its growth and integration into the world economy. Divided into eight chapters, each focusing on a different aspect of China's economic position and development, including international trade, pricing, fiscal federalism, and labour market performance, the paper assesses China's economic potential for integration, and what it will take to achieve this goal.