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W ORLD B ANK I NSTITUTE WBI Working Papers in collaboration with PREM network Decentralization Briefing Notes Edited by Jennie Litvack and Jessica Seddon Contributors Junaid Ahmad, Harry Blair, Talib Esmail, James Ford, Bert Hoffman, Graham Kerr, Elizabeth King, Riitta-Liissa Kolehmainen- Aitken, Ernst Lutz, Keith McLean, Dennis Rondinelli, David Sewell, Anwar Shah, Giulio De Tommaso, and Dana Weist
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- iii - Contents Foreword .............................................................................................................. . v Acknowledgments ............................................................................................. . vii Contributors ......................................................................................................... . ix 1 . What and Why ................................................................................................. 1 What Is Decentralization? . ............................................................................... 2 Dennis Rondinelli Rationale for Decentralization. ......................................................................... 6 James Ford 2 . Project Design: Political, Fiscal, and Administrative Decentralization ............. 9 Constitutional, Legal, and Regulatory Framework for Decentralization . 11 James Ford Participation, Civil Society, and Decentralization . ......................................... 15 Jessica Seddon Expenditure Assignment . .............................................................................. 19 Anwar Shah Issues in Tax Assignment . 23 Anwar Shah Intergovernmental Transfers and Grants . 27 Anwar Shah Decentralizing Borrowing Powers . ................................................................ 32 Junaid Ahmad Civil Service Reform and Decentralization . ................................................... 39 Jessica Seddon and Giulio De Tommaso Information and Monitoring in Decentralized Systems. ................................ 43 Dana Weist Local Technical and Managerial Capacity. ..................................................... 45 Graham Kerr 3 . Service Delivery ............................................................................................. 51 Decentralization of the Education Sector . .................................................... 52 Keith McLean and Elizabeth King Decentralization of the Health Sector . .......................................................... 57 Riitta-Liissa Kolehmainen-Aitken Decentralization and Safety Nets . ................................................................. 62 Jennie Litvack ................................................................. 66 Jessica Seddon Decentralization of the Water Supply . .......................................................... 72 Keith McLean Natural Resources Management and Decentralization.
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course USP 480 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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