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Wildasin david ed 1997 fiscal aspects of evolving

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Unformatted text preview: , Anwar. (1997). "Fiscal Federalism and Macroeconomic Governance: For Better or For Worse" Paper presented at Decentralization, and Macroeconomic Governance Conference, Brasilia, 16-17 June, 1997. Shah, Anwar. (1994). "The Reform of Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations In Developing & Emerging Countries" World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 23. Smoke, Paul. (1994). Local Government Finance in Developing Countries: The Case of Kenya (University of Oxford: Oxford). Spahn, Paul B. (1998). "Intergovernmental Relations, Macroeconomic Stability, and Economic Growth" Paper presented at the Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management Course of the World Bank Institute, Vienna. Stigler, G. (1957). "The Tenable Range of Functions of Local Government” in US Congress Joint Economic Committee. (ed.) Federal Expenditure Policy for Economic Growth and Stability (Government Printing Office: Washington, DC). Tanzi, Vito. (1996). "Fiscal Federalism and Decentralization: A Review of Some Efficiency and Macroeconomic Aspects" Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics 1995, The World Bank, Washington D.C., 295-316. Ter-Minassian, T. and J. Craig. (1997). “Control of Subnational Government Borrowing” in Teresa Ter-Minassian (ed.) Fiscal Federalism in Theory and Practice (Washington DC: IMF). Tiebout, Charles M. (1956). "A Pure Theory of Public Expenditures" Journal of Political Economy 64: 416-424. Wildasin, David. Ed. (1997). Fiscal Aspects of Evolving Federations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Wildasin, David E. (1998). "Fiscal Aspects of Evolving Federations: Issues for Policy and Research" World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 1884. World Bank. (1999). World Development Report 1999/2000: Entering the 21st Century. New York: Oxford University Press. World Bank. 1995. "Azerbaijan: Baku Water Supply Rehabilitation Project" Environment Department Paper Series, Assessment Series Paper 17, Washington, DC. World Bank. (1990). “Financial Systems and Development” Policy Research Series No. 15, Washington DC. Xie, Danyang, Heng-fu Zou and Hamid Davoodi. (1999). "Fiscal Decentralization and Economic Growth in the United States" Journal of Urban Economics 45: 228-39. Zhang, Tao and Heng-fu Zou. (1998). "Fiscal Decentralization, Public Spending, and Economic Growth on China" Journal of Public Economics 67:221-40. 174 Commission on Fiscal Imbalance FISCAL FEDERALISM IN BELGIUM By Marcel Gérard Belgian federalism is an evolving federalism and any portrait of it is nothing more than the representation of a temporary, often precarious balance, on a course whose outcome is uncertain. It is, therefore, necessary to situate the present in this movement and I will begin this study with a necessary historic overview of the entities that now comprise this distinctive federation called Belgium. Next, I will present this original experience and examine the devolution of fields of jurisdicti...
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