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Annual World Bank Conference on Development in Latin America and the Caribbean 1999 (Chapters: 30) ; Decentralization and Accountability of the Public Sector ; Proceedings of a Conference held in Valdivia, Chile

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Series: World Bank Latin American and Caribbean Studies | ProceedingsAnalytics: Show analyticsPublication details: Washington, D.C. : The World Bank 2000, MayEdition: 1. EdDescription: iv, 434 ppISBN:
  • 0-8213-4709-8
ISSN:
  • 1020-6140
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Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Introduction: Overview and Political Origins of Decentralization in LAC; Framework for Fiscal Federalism: Making Local Governments Accountable to Average People in Cities and Villages - Challenges and Next Steps in Latin America; Making Decentralization Compatible with Macroeconomic Stability; Transfers and Incentives - International Experience; Equity and Decentralization; Sectoral Issues: Education; Health; Environment; Roads; Local Sanitation; Local Financing and Management Capacity: Recent Developments in Subnational Tax Regimes; Subnational VATs; Local Property Tax; Credit Access; Capacity for Local Accountability; Closing Session;
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from the Table of Contents: Introduction: Overview and Political Origins of Decentralization in LAC; Framework for Fiscal Federalism: Making Local Governments Accountable to Average People in Cities and Villages - Challenges and Next Steps in Latin America; Making Decentralization Compatible with Macroeconomic Stability; Transfers and Incentives - International Experience; Equity and Decentralization; Sectoral Issues: Education; Health; Environment; Roads; Local Sanitation; Local Financing and Management Capacity: Recent Developments in Subnational Tax Regimes; Subnational VATs; Local Property Tax; Credit Access; Capacity for Local Accountability; Closing Session;

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