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Fiscal decentralization and fiscal performance
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Recently, with political and economic decentralization, there has been some weakening of macroeconomic performance. Dillinger and Webb explore institutional arrangements that have helped Colombia manage the fiscal aspects of decentralization, despite the country's political problems. Fiscal decentralization proceeded rapidly in Colombia. Downloadable! In Italy, as in other countries around the world, recent reforms share the goal of increasing the fiscal autonomy of lower tiers of governments, from Regions to Municipalities, in order to align spending with funding responsibilities and increase the efficiency in the provision of essential public services. The purpose of this paper is to assess spending efficiency of local.
Decentralization or decentralisation (see spelling differences) is the process by which the activities of an organization, particularly those regarding planning and decision making, are distributed or delegated away from a central, authoritative location or group.. Concepts of decentralization have been applied to group dynamics and management science in private businesses and . Book Review Fiscal Decentralization and the Challenge of Hard Budget Constraints. Edited by JONATHAN A. RODDEN, GUNNAR S. ESKELAND, and JENNIE LITVACK. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, , pp. The virtues of ﬁ scal decentralization have long been recognized. Local fiscal decision–making allows public.
Until now, however, there has been little understanding of how decentralization leads to large fiscal deficits and macroeconomic book, based on a research project at the World Bank, develops an analytical framework for considering the issues related to soft budget constraints, including the institutions, history, and policies. IMF Book Forum Handbook on Fiscal Federalism Edited by Ehtisham Ahmad and Giorgio Brosio. Novem ; pm Ehtisham Ahmad has been at the IMF since , and has led numerous technical assistance missions, including on fiscal federalism and decentralization issues, and has several publications in related fields. Previously.
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Get this from a library. Fiscal decentralization and fiscal performance. [Anwar Shah] -- A resurgence of recent interest in fiscal federalism has been a source of concern among macroeconomic stabilization experts. They argue that a decentralized fiscal system poses a. His analysis concludes that, contrary to a common misconception, fiscal decentralization is associated with improved fiscal performance and better functioning of internal common markets.
Fiscal policy coordination represents an important challenge for federal systems. Fiscal Decentralization and Fiscal Policy Performance This paper explores the impact of fiscal decentralization on fiscal policy performance in a large sample of advanced and developing economies. The findings suggest that a larger share of decentralized expenditure is associated with a stronger fiscal balance; however, fiscal decentralization.
This book addresses these issues by providing tools to help assess a government's fiscal health from the perspective of public accountability, including the political economy of the budget, performance-based budgeting, revenue performance, debt management, measuring a government's net worth, assessing fiscal risks, reforming civil service, and.
His analysis concludes that, contrary to a common misconception, fiscal decentralization is associated with improved fiscal performance and better functioning of internal common : Anwar Shah.
The book examines Kerala’s experience of fiscal decentralization, finances and decentralized planning of rural and urban local governments, and draws lessons for achieving sound fiscal decentralization. It presents the 5th State Finance Commission’s approach and methodology on the devolution of the State taxes to local governments.
The author addresses these concerns by taking a simple neo-institutional economics with an econometric analysis perspective. His analysis concludes that, contrary to a common misconception, fiscal decentralization is associated with improved fiscal performance and better functioning of internal common markets.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Sow, Moussé. Fiscal Decentralization and Fiscal Policy Performance. Washington, D.C. Fiscal Decentralisation and Inclusive Growth OECD Fiscal Federalism Studies Fiscal Federalism Making Decentralisation Work contents Executive summary Chapter 1.
A bird’s eye view of fiscal decentralisation Chapter 2. Fiscal constitutions Chapter 3. Reforming the tax on immovable property Chapter Size: 4MB.
This book takes stock of the most important innovations that have emerged over the past two decades, including fiscal responsibility legislation, fiscal rules, medium-term budget frameworks, fiscal councils, fiscal risk management techniques, performance budgeting, and accrual reporting and accounting.
book is to take stock of the progress, problems, and potentials of ﬁscal decentralization in developing countries by bringing together a set of studies from a variety of countries around the world. Decentralization in developing countries sometimes seems to be viewed as either a panacea or a plague – either a cure for all the ills of such coun.
Fiscal decentralization has always been an interesting investigation topic, and the researchers, in addition to considering the future of the economy, study this problem from different.
cisions can make use of decentralized choice in the public sector to enhance the efficiency of resource allocation. The purpose of this paper is to explore empirically the extent and variation in fiscal decentralization in the state and local sector in the United States.
The state-local sector exhibits wide variation in the. On the Theory and Practice of Fiscal Decentralization Wallace E. Oates The traditional theory of public finance has made a strong case for a major role for fiscal decentralization.
This case is based on an improved allocation of resources in the public sector. And it has four basic elements. First, regional or local governments are in a File Size: KB. Abstract.
Many developing countries are seeking to improve governance with fiscal decentralization. It is therefore worth revisiting what we know about political and economic institutions to understand how and under what circumstances decentralization can be by: 1 Introduction.
Under fiscal decentralization, local authorities are granted autonomy to use public finance tools such as taxing and spending practices, within the Constitution and the laws, for local social‐economic development (TanziMartinez‐Vazquez and McNab ).The relationship between fiscal decentralization and economic growth has become a critical policy issue in Author: Su Dinh Thanh, Nguyen Phuc Canh.
Fiscal Decentralization and Inequality, A Literature Review. In the large body of literature on income inequality, government redistribution plays a pivotal role in explaining both interregional and cross-country variance (Gustafsson and Johansson ; Li, Xie, and Zou ; Chu, Davoodi, and Gupta ; Galli and van der Hoeven ; Dollar and Kraay ; Lundberg.
"Fiscal Decentralization and Economic Growth in the United States." Journal of Urban Economics, 45,Yilmaz, S. "The Impact of Fiscal Decentralization on Macroeconomic Performance," National Tax Association (ed.), Proceedings of the 92nd Annual Conference on TaxationWashington, DC,Downloadable.
A resurgence of recent interest in fiscal federalism has been a source of concern among macroeconomic stabilization experts.
They argue that a decentralized fiscal system poses a threat to macroeconomic stability as it is incompatible with prudent monetary and fiscal management. The author addresses these concerns by taking a simple neo-institutional.
Mousse Sow is an FAD Fiscal Economist, and coauthor of a paper on Fiscal Decentralization and the Efficiency of Public Service Delivery.
Benoit Taiclet is an FAD Senior Economist, and a former civil servant from the French Ministry of Finance; he has led a number of successful TA missions in sub-Saharan countries. For a sample of 31 OECD countries over the period –, we find that fiscal decentralization contributes to mitigating the adverse effects of corruption on public deficits.
In addition, our findings indicate diversity in the effects of fiscal decentralization, in that it appears related to lower deficits in countries with higher levels Cited by: Fiscal Decentralization: Constraints to Revenue-Raising by Local Government in Zimbabwe: /ch Decentralization has been adopted in a number of African countries, in part to improve the capacity of the state to mobilize “additional” resources that areCited by: 1.This book has been cited by the following publications.
Fiscal Decentralization and Economic Growth Reconsidered: The Role of the Institutional Setting. SSRN Electronic Journal, “ The Effects of Budget Rules on Fiscal Performance and Macroeconomic Stabilization.” Bank of Canada, Working Paper 97– Miller, by: