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Economics
  • Author:
    Jorge Martinez-Vazquez,Bob Searle
  • ISBN:
    0387489878
  • ISBN13:
    978-0387489872
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    Springer; 2007 edition (December 4, 2006)
  • Pages:
    502 pages
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    Economics
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4 Martinez- Vazquez and Searle expenditure needs, or both? And how do we measure these differences with limited data? This volume is a collection of invited original essays that highlight the state of knowledge in intergovernmental transfer design, especially for developing and transitional countries where data and administrative capabilities may be weak. It presents new thinking about a list of challenging policy issues and provides useful options for policyrnakers.

Fiscal Equalization: Challenges in the Design of Intergovernmental Transfers. Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, Bob Searle.

Автор: Martinez-Vazquez Jorge, Searle Bob Название: Fiscal Equalization, Challenges in the Design of. .Описание: These original essays highlight the state of knowledge in intergovernmental transfer design.

Описание: These original essays highlight the state of knowledge in intergovernmental transfer design. They represent creative new thinking about challenging policy issues and offer useful options for policy makers. Five specific themes are covered in separate sections.

The book offers academics and practitioners a thorough, thematic assessment of unresolved issues in the design of equalization . These original essays highlight the state of knowledge in intergovernmental transfer design.

The book offers academics and practitioners a thorough, thematic assessment of unresolved issues in the design of equalization grants. From the Back Cover: These original essays highlight the state of knowledge in intergovernmental transfer design. Five specific themes are covered in separate sections

2 Rationales for Intergovernmental Transfers Vertical imbalances Horizontal imbalances .

2 Rationales for Intergovernmental Transfers Vertical imbalances Horizontal imbalances Externalities ( spillovers) Enhancing national objectives at the subnational level Paying for national programs implemented by subnational governments .

In this book, experts from across the globe highlight the state of knowledge in intergovernmental transfer design. The essays collected in the volume represent creative new thinking about challenging policy issues and offer useful options for policy makers. The book offers academics and practitioners a thorough, thematic assessment of unresolved issues in the design of equalization grants.