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Unformatted text preview: Note: An index of miscellaneous expenditure is not calculated since the administration costs of departments other than in the territories are not separated from functional expenditure. Such an index would be misleading. 286 92 91 88 35 79 85 87 75 83 97 Eastern 96 92 95 4 76 75 86 73 75 89 London 108 121 122 304 126 144 94 72 176 97 92 88 88 87 113 123 South East 82 85 105 25 94 83 76 73 76 84 84 84 Commission sur le déséquilibre fiscal BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES UNITED STATES Mr. William F. Fox is a full professor at the Economics Department and Director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Mr. Fox is a spet in fiscal matters and has written numerous articles in this field. He was guest researcher at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and visiting professor at the University of Hawaii. He has served as a consultant on finance, taxation and economic development in several American States and in numerous developing countries, in particular for the World Bank. Mr. Bruce A. Wallin is a professor in the Department of Political Science at Northeastern University in Boston. He is a spet in the field of American federalism and intergovernmental relations. He has previously been a professor at the University of Wisconsin, a visiting professor in Japan and a researcher with the U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. In 1999, the American Political Science Association awarded him the prize for the best book on urban politics for From Revenue Sharing to Deficit Sharing: General Revenue Sharing and Cities. GERMANY Mr. Paul Bernd Spahn is a professor of Economics at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität in Frankfurt-am-Main. An internationally renowned spet in German fiscal federalism, he has done several studies on this subject. A portion of his current research is devoted to the analysis of the European integration process. As an International Monetary Fund advisor, he has taken part in several missions in developing countries and countries in transition. He has also served as a scientific advisor, in particular for the World Bank and the European Parliament. Mr. Otto Beierl is Assistant Deputy Minister for Intergovernmental Financial Policies at the Ministry of Finance of Bavaria (Freistaat Bayern). SWITZERLAND Mr. Bernard Dafflon is a professor of public finance and public finance management at the University of Fribourg. He is the author of numerous publications describing intergovernmental relations in Switzerland. Since 1994, he has taken on the role of expert for the Council of Europe in the field of decentralisation and local public finance. Prior to 1994, he served for thirteen years as department head at the Directorate of the Interior of the Canton of Fribourg, Commune department. Ms. Sonja Wälti is a guest researcher and an assistant professor at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute (Georgetown University) in Washington, D.C. Since August 2000, she has been directing comparative research on the impact of federal and decentralised structures in the environmental policy field. At the University of Lausanne in Switzerland, she contributed to several research projects, including one d...
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