|Author:||Donald R. Winkler|
|Publisher:||World Bank (June 1, 1994)|
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This document examines the design and adminstration of intergovernmental transfers in. .World Bank discussion papers ; no. WDP 235. Washington, .
This document examines the design and adminstration of intergovernmental transfers in recent decentralized governments .
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More and more countries in Latin America and Caribbean Region (LAC) are either implementing or planning decentralized . Disclosure Date 2010/07/01. Doc Name The design and administration of intergovernmental transfers.
An important characteristic of decentralized government is a system of intergovernmental transfers from the center to regional and local jurisdictions.
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The politics of fiscal decentralization in post-unification Germany . Politische, Vol. 43, Issue. 8 We consider a high level of discretion in intergovernmental fiscal transfers to be an indicator of centralization for reasons we outline in more detail below. Much of the following discussion draws upon Michael Penfold-Becerra, Institutional Electoral Incentives and Decentralization Outcomes: Comparing Colombia and Venezuela (P. Columbia University, 1999).
This paper considers fiscal decentralization in the Republic of South Africa and in less detail in a number of rather different cases in East Africa-Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda. The next section briefly outlines the elements of a good decentralization program. The third section focuses on South Africa, considering the achievements and problems of fiscal decentralization in that country. Finally, we conclude with a number of broad lessons and recommendations about the pursuit of fiscal decentralization in Africa
Introduction Latin America has had a long tradition of centralization, which dates back to the .
Introduction Latin America has had a long tradition of centralization, which dates back to the period of colonial administration. After the independence movement, centralized fiscal structures remained in place, partly due to colonial inheritance, and partly to the need that countries had to keep distant provinces together under one power. 1This paper draws from work on decentralization for the Report on Economic and Social Progress in Latin America (IADB, 1997), in which I participated together with Alejandro Grisanti, Moritz Kraemer, Claudia Piras, Arnaldo Posadas and Ernesto Talvi. I am grateful for their input into this paper. All errors, of course, are mine.