3 edition of Fiscal federalism in Latin America found in the catalog.
Fiscal federalism in Latin America
Eduardo Wiesner DurГЎn
Includes bibliographical references (p.-144)
|LC Classifications||HJ799.53 .W54 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 144 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||144|
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Fiscal Federalism in Latin America: From Entitlements to Markets examines decentralization policies that work as well as those that do not. The aim is to help Latin American policymakers meet the challenge of decentralization to improve public sector performance at all levels of government by appropriately assigning jurisdiction over public goods, services, tax authority and user Author: Mr.
Eduardo Wiesner. Federalism, Fiscal Authority, and Centralization in Latin America, by Díaz-Cayeros, represents the best of this emergent literature.
Overall this book is a must-read for students of political economy and those interested in the politics of fiscal policy reform in Latin America.'Cited by: Fiscal Federalism in Latin America: From Entitlements to Markets. Author. Wiesner Durán, Eduardo. Date.
Dec English ( downloads) The aim of this book is to provide policymakers in Latin America with the stylized facts of what works and what does not in decentralization policies and schemes, based on analysis of the recent experiences. The aim of this book is to provide policymakers in Latin America with the stylized facts of what works and what does not in decentralization policies and schemes, based on analysis of the recent.
Federalism, Fiscal Authority, and Centralization in Latin America - Alberto Diaz-Cayeros - Google Books This book explores the politics of fiscal authority, focusing on the centralization of 5/5(1).
Entitled Fiscal Federalism in Latin America: From Entitlements to Markets, the book is available through the IDB Publications website. Wiesner finds that several Latin American countries have learned from past mistakes—unbridled expansion of unconditional transfers often led to macroeconomic instability, and principal-agent problems made public sector management cumbersome.
“Book Review Fiscal Federalism in Latin America: From Entitlements to Markets”, by Eduardo Wiesner, Public Budget and Finance 28 (4), – Federalism, Fiscal Authority, and Centralization in Latin America ‐ by Alberto Diaz‐Cayeros Takeshi Kawanaka.
IDE‐JETRO; currently Ateneo de Manila University Quezon City, The Philippines. Search for more papers by this author. Takeshi : Takeshi Kawanaka. Fiscal Decentralization and Federalism in Latin America Article in Publius The Journal of Federalism 31(4) October with 86 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Federalism, Fiscal Authority, and Centralization in Latin America, by Diaz-Cayeros, represents the best of this emergent literature. Overall this book is a must-read for students of political economy and those interested in the politics of fiscal policy reform in Latin America.'Pages: IMF Book Forum Handbook on Fiscal Federalism Edited by Ehtisham Ahmad and Giorgio Brosio.
Novem ; pm IMF Auditorium (HQ1-R) 19th Street NW, Washington, DC Open to Fund/Bank Staff and the Public. He has worked extensively on Asia and Latin America. Fiscal centralization was more extreme in Mexico than in most other places in the world, but the challenges and problems tackled by Mexican politicians were not unique.
The book thus analyzes fiscal centralization and the origins of intergovernmental financial transfers in the other Latin American federal regimes, Argentina, Brazil, and Venezuela. In Latin America, the definition of federalism has been subject to some of the same sharp conceptual disagreements among scholars that we see in other world regions, including whether it requires the election of subnational chief executives or subnational legislatures, and whether it requires the assignment of subnational administrative or fiscal authority.
This book provides a comprehensive account of the principles and practices of fiscal federalism based on the currently accepted theoretical framework and best practices. The traditional topics of assignment of responsibilities, intergovernmental fiscal arrangements, fiscal competition, and grants are covered in a unified framework with Author: Robin Boadway, Anwar Shah.
The book thus analyzes fiscal centralization and the origins of intergovernmental financial transfers in the other Latin American federal regimes, Argentina, Brazil, and Venezuela.
The analysis sheds light on the factors that explain the consolidation of tax authority in developing countries. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Overview: Conceptual Framework, Findings and Policy Implications --Conceptual Framework --The Evolution of Decentralization in Latin America --Policy Implications and Recommendations --Fiscal Federalism: From Public Choices to Market Processes --Market Preserving and Public Choice.
Ricardo Lopez Murphy, ed., Fiscal Decentralization in Latin America (Washington, DC: Inter-American Development Bank, ). () John Joseph Wallis and Wallace E. Oates, "Decentralization in the Public Sector: An Empirical Study of State and Local Government," Fiscal Federalism, ed. Harvey S. Rosen (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Fiscal Federalism in Latin America: From Entitlements to Markets, edited by Eduardo Wiesner Article in Public Budgeting & Finance 28(4) December with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Federalism and Democracy in Latin America book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. We live in an increasingly federalized world. Th 4/5.
Competing political and economic explanations are tested on a sample of 17 countries between and While federalism is a significant predictor of greater fiscal decentralization, other factors such as presidential power, structural adjustment, level of development, and country size also determine the level of fiscal by:.
2 FISCAL FEDERALISM IN LATIN AMERICA (iii) Identify the sources of political economy restrictions that conspire against an effective decentralization process; (iv) Develop the propitious institutional and intergovernmental transfer system within which more specific decentralization objectives can .Federalism and Democracy in Latin America provides case studies on the four existing federal systems in Latin America–Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela–and their experiences in dealing with a variety of issues, including federal system formation, democratization, electoral representation, and economic reform.
Using book and chapter pages; Using Research Literature Reviews; Elgaronline User Help Videos - Spanish Federalism and fiscal My Searches (0) Print; Save; Cite; Email; Share Show Less Decentralization and Reform in Latin America Improving Intergovernmental Relations Edited by Giorgio Brosio and Juan P.
Jiménez Author: Roberto Gargarella, Gustavo Arballo.