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Decentralization and reform in Latin America : improving intergovernmental relations / editado por Giorgio Brosio y Juan Pablo Jiménez

Contributor(s): Brosio, Giorgio [Editor] | Jiménez, Juan Pablo [Editor]
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar, 2012Description: xi, 454 páginas ; cuadros, gráficos, tablasContent type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9781781006252Subject(s): América Latina -- Gobierno y Política | DescentralizaciónDDC classification: 320.98
Contents:
1. Introduction: approaching recent transformations of intergovernmental relations from multiple profiles, por Giorgio Brosio y Juan Pablo Jiménez. 2. Federalism and fiscal federalism: the emergence and distortion of the centro-federalist constitutional model in its political and fiscal manifestations, por Roberto Gargarella y Gustavo Arballo. 3. Fiscal decentralization: increasing social cohesion among widely disparate territorial units, por Oscar Cetrángolo y Ariela Goldschmit. 4. Reflections on two decades of social-spending decentralization, por José Roberto Afonso, Sulamis Dain, Vivian Almeida, Kleber Castro y Ana Cecilia Faveret. 5. Fiscal decentralization and public investment, por Luiz de Mello. 6. The financing of subnational governments, por Juan Carlos Gómez Sabani y Juan Pablo Jiménez. 7. Explaining property tax collections in developing countries: the case of latin America, por Cristian Sepulveda y Jorge Martinez-Vazquez. 8. Intergovernmental transfers in subnational finances, por Fernando Rezende y João Veloso. 9. Intergovernmental transfers: a policy reform perspective, por Jorge Martinez-Vazquez y Cristian Sepulveda. 10. The intergovernmental allocation of revenue from natural resources: finding a balance between centripetal and centrifugal pressure, por Giorgio Brosio y Juan Pablo Jiménez. 11. Macroeconomic challenges of fiscal decentralization, por Juan Pablo Jiménez y Teresa Ter-Minassian. 12. Fiscal rules for subnational governments? evidence from Latin America, por Veronica Grembi y Alvaro Manoel. 13. Intergovernmental reforms in Latin America, "Asian transplants" and the role of international agencies, por Ehtisham Ahmad.
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1. Introduction: approaching recent transformations of intergovernmental relations from multiple profiles, por Giorgio Brosio y Juan Pablo Jiménez. 2. Federalism and fiscal federalism: the emergence and distortion of the centro-federalist constitutional model in its political and fiscal manifestations, por Roberto Gargarella y Gustavo Arballo. 3. Fiscal decentralization: increasing social cohesion among widely disparate territorial units, por Oscar Cetrángolo y Ariela Goldschmit. 4. Reflections on two decades of social-spending decentralization, por José Roberto Afonso, Sulamis Dain, Vivian Almeida, Kleber Castro y Ana Cecilia Faveret. 5. Fiscal decentralization and public investment, por Luiz de Mello. 6. The financing of subnational governments, por Juan Carlos Gómez Sabani y Juan Pablo Jiménez. 7. Explaining property tax collections in developing countries: the case of latin America, por Cristian Sepulveda y Jorge Martinez-Vazquez. 8. Intergovernmental transfers in subnational finances, por Fernando Rezende y João Veloso. 9. Intergovernmental transfers: a policy reform perspective, por Jorge Martinez-Vazquez y Cristian Sepulveda. 10. The intergovernmental allocation of revenue from natural resources: finding a balance between centripetal and centrifugal pressure, por Giorgio Brosio y Juan Pablo Jiménez. 11. Macroeconomic challenges of fiscal decentralization, por Juan Pablo Jiménez y Teresa Ter-Minassian. 12. Fiscal rules for subnational governments? evidence from Latin America, por Veronica Grembi y Alvaro Manoel. 13. Intergovernmental reforms in Latin America, "Asian transplants" and the role of international agencies, por Ehtisham Ahmad.

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