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Fiscal decentralization and land policies

Fiscal decentralization and land policies

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Published by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in Cambridge [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intergovernmental fiscal relations,
  • Land use -- Government policy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong.
    ContributionsIngram, Gregory K., Hong, Yu-hung., Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHJ197 .F57155 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16656843M
    ISBN 109781558441781
    LC Control Number2008008703

    Achievements and challenges of fiscal decentralization: lessons from Mexico (English) Abstract. This book documents Mexico's decentralization experience as well as conceptualizing its main trends, policies, and options, and brings them into the light of international comparison. This book draws on experiences in developing countries to bridge the gap between the conventional textbook treatment of fiscal decentralization and the actual practice of subnational government finance. The extensive literature about the theory and practice is surveyed and longstanding problems and new questions are addressed. It focuses on the key choices that .

    3 | Page 1. Context and Principles: The Rwanda Fiscal Decentralization Strategy (FDS) has been developed to guide the implementation of the Government of Rwanda’s Fiscal and Financial Decentralization Policy (FFDP) and is to be read and understood in collaboration with the Decentralization Policy (DP) and the Rwanda Decentralization Strategic Framework as File Size: KB. 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.

    Fiscal policy coordination represents an important challenge for federal systems. In this context, fiscal rules and institutions provide a useful framework but not necessarily a solution to this challenge. Fiscal rules binding on all levels can help sustain political commitment in countries having coalitions or fragmented regimes in power. Fiscal decentralization involves shifting some responsibilities for expenditures and/or revenues to lower levels of government. One important factor in determining the type of fiscal decentralization is the extent to which subnational entities are given autonomy to determine the allocation of their expenditures. (The other important factor is.


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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Fiscal Decentralization and Land Policies (Land Policy Series Book 2).Manufacturer: The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. The study of fiscal decentralization has important policy implications for urban growth management, environmental conservation, and property taxation.

Fiscal decentralization gives local governments powers to set local taxes and make local expenditures. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy The study of fiscal decentralization has important policy implications for urban growth management, environmental conservation, and property taxation.

First, fiscal decentralization gives local governments powers. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "In June the Lincoln Institute hosted the second in its series of land policy conferences.".

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (x, pages): illustrations, maps: Contents: Table of Contents --List of Illustrations --Preface --Introduction The Nexus of Fiscal Decentralization and Land Policies --Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong --Achieving Decentralization Objectives Opportunities and Risks of Fiscal Decentralization.

Fiscal Decentralization and Land Policies presents the main contributions to a Lincoln Institute conference that addressed the effects of decentralization on local policies. The conference, “Fiscal Decentralization and Land Policies,” was held in. First, fiscal decentralization gives local governments powers to set local taxes and make local expenditures.

Second, in many countries local governments also have powers to regulate land uses within the general guidelines set by higher authorities. The Nexus of Fiscal Decentralization and Land Policies 3 Gregory K.

Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong Achieving Decentralization Objectives 17 2. Opportunities and Risks of Fiscal Decentralization: A Developing Country Perspective 19 Roy Bahl 3.

Local Revenues Under Fiscal Decentralization in Developing Countries: Linking Policy Reform, Governance. Fiscal and Political Decentralization and Government Quality 3 to adapt policies to better satisfy citizen preferences (Oates, ). On the other hand, if governments are power-seeking leviathans, then fiscal decentralization can constrain them basically because it opens up the possibility of inter-jurisdictional competition.

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 that drive expectations for bailouts.

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.

[] Includes index. Fiscal Decentralization and Land Policies (Land Policy Series) by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy ISBN ISBN   Fiscal Decentralization and Land Policies Ap - pm by Jason Eiseman. Catalog Link: Morris Call Number: HJFX Fiscal Decentralization and Land Policies.

Tags: Books and Looseleafs on Foreign Comparative and International Tax Law. foreign and international tax law resources. Secondary Sources. Tax Research. Some of this literature, including various aspects of fiscal federalism, is nicely reviewed in Gramlich (), Oates () and Tanzi ().

Very recently Bahl. Since the mids, fiscal decentralization has transformed the role played by governments in local economic development, which has had a significant impact on land disposition and, ultimately, on land prices as they strive to maximize their revenues (Liu et al., a).Cited by: 2.

This book draws on experiences in developing countries to bridge the gap between the conventional textbook treatment of fiscal decentralization and the actual practice of subnational government finance.

The extensive literature about the theory and practice is surveyed, and longstanding problems and new questions are addressed. This book draws on experiences in developing countries to bridge the gap between the conventional textbook treatment of fiscal decentralization and the actual practice of subnational government finance.

The extensive literature about the theory and practice is surveyed and longstanding problems and new questions are : Roy Bahl, Richard M.

Bird. fiscal and political decentralization and government quality. We find that fiscal decentralization improves government quality but not if it is accompanied by political decentralization.

This book draws on experiences in developing countries to bridge the gap between the conventional textbook treatment of fiscal decentralization and the actual practice of subnational government finance. The extensive literature about the theory and practice is surveyed and longstanding problems and new questions are addressed.

Taxing land Author: Roy Bahl, Richard M. Bird. This book explores the important topic of fiscal decentralization in Asian countries, and focuses on how government finance and administration are being reformed to bring budgetary decisions closer to voters.Using a multi-scale framework of variables at both the land-parcel and city levels and a unique database of parcel-level urban land transaction records for andthis study investigates the changing patterns and driving forces of urban land prices in China, paying special attention to land marketization and fiscal by: 2.It examines fiscal, financial, political, and land market mechanisms for subnational discipline in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Hungary, India, Norway, South Africa, Ukraine, and the United States.

The book concludes that the dichotomy between market and hierarchical mechanisms is false.