3 edition of Local government finance in developing countries found in the catalog.
Local government finance in developing countries
Paul J. Smoke
Includes bibliographical references (p. -219) and index.
|Statement||Paul J. Smoke.|
|LC Classifications||HJ9620.5 .S66 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||223 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||94242337|
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Smoke, Paul () Local Government Finance in Developing Countries: The Case of Kenya (Nairobi: Oxford University Press). Smoke, Paul () “Metropolitan Cities in the National Fiscal and Institutional Structure,” in Roy Bahl, Johannes Linn and Deborah Wetzel, eds, Financing Metropolitan Governments in Developing Countries (Cambridge MA Author: Roy Bahl, Richard M.
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Read this book on Questia. My interest in the development of local government overseas was first aroused in the summer ofwhen I toured Nigeria with a Commission appointed by the Nigerian Government to allocate revenue between the Regions, as a preliminary to the introduction of a.
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Due to the scope and speed of Tanzania's local government finance reforms, the country is becoming one of the best-practice examples of fiscal decentralization reform in Africa. Get this from a library. Local government finance reform in developing countries: the case of Tanzania.
[Jameson Boex; Jorge Martinez-Vazquez] -- "This book presents a comprehensive overview and detailed analysis of Tanzania's local government finance reforms, and draws lessons for other developing economies that wish to engage in fiscal. The experiences of ten developing and transition economies in local government organization and finance are reviewed to draw lessons of general interest in strengthening responsive, fair.
This book examines a range of issues in government finance that confront developing countries: the formulation and execution of national budget; the.
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ting the Fiscal Role of Local Government in Developing Countries --Ch. y and Development of Local Government in. Currently, many local governments in developing countries face the near-impossible task of funding the infrastructure and services required to meet the basic needs of growing urban populations, while forward-looking capital investments are not possible for financial reasons.
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Using both financial and nonfinancial information, budgets establish local services provision and financing in a fiscal year, but weaknesses in developing countries include unrealistic plans and estimates, a shortage of timely information, politicized targets, and balloon revenue targets.
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Local Government Financeÿdoes not follow the conventional operational approach to local government finance which typically focuses on issues such as revenue collection, budgeting, performance auditing and accounting, and debt administration.
Instead, it offers a broader systemic and multi-level perspective by assessing the governance model of local government finance. Restructuring Local Government Finance in Developing Countries: Lessons from South Africa, Hardcover by Bahl, Roy W.
(EDT); Smoke, Paul (EDT), ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US With a focus on the challenges of implementation, this text looks at recent fiscal decentralization efforts in South Africa. Book Reviews: The New Cambridge Modern History. Development from Below: Local Government and Finance in Developing Countries of the Commonwealth, Dutch Organized Agriculture in International Politics, Trade Union Democracy in Western Europe, Trade Union Officers, The Emergence of Modern Turkey, Israel and the Palestine Arabs, The Political.
Mehdi Shafaeddin. The recent global economic crisis has renewed interest in the debate over the role of the government in economic activities, in developed countries as well as developing countries. Rich countries had to stimulate their economies by injecting enormous amount of cash to deal with the financial crisis caused by the unregulated market and the activities of financial institutions.
With a focus on the challenges of implementation, this text looks at recent fiscal decentralization efforts in South Africa.
The authors were all participants in a policy research project sponsored by USAID. They offer an in-depth analysis of several aspects of the fiscal Price: $ This book draw s on experiences in developing countries to bridge the gap between the conven onal textbook treatment of scal decentraliza on and the actual pr ac ce of subna onal government nance.
Paul Smoke, Professor of Public Finance and Planning and Director of International Programs, teaches courses on public finance, development planning, governance and development assistance in developing countries.
His research and policy interests include urban and regional development and the political economy of fiscal reform and public sector decentralization.
local government is operating; analyses patterns and gaps in local government financing in (developing) Commonwealth countries which presents key lessons and challenges; and proposes innovative resourcing options for municipal service delivery.
SCOPE OF THE STUDY Resourcing is defined as “the total means available to local government to meet. Public Finance in Developing Countries: An Introduction: /ch After World War Two, when many countries became independent and the Bretton Woods institutions were created, economists and policymakers had statistical.
This series is designed to cover all aspects of sound financial management for local governments in developed and developing countries and economies in transition. Concepts of good governance, transparency and accountability are woven into the text of every chapter, and the needs and potential obstacles to greater decentralization and democracy are highlighted.
Each volume is self-contained. Downloadable. Examining cutting-edge issues of international relevance in the ongoing redesign of the South African local government fiscal system, the contributors to this volume analyze the major changes that have taken place since the demise of apartheid.
The Constitution and subsequent legislation dramatically redefined the public sector, mandating the development of democratic local. This book examines a range of issues in government finance that confront developing countries: the formulation and execution of national budget; the objectives, size, and effects of expenditures; the purposes and results of various ways of taxing income, wealth, consumption, exports, or natural resources; the role of foreign and domestic Author: Richard Goode.
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Restructuring local government finance in developing countries: lessons from South Africa. Cheltenham [England]: Edward Elgar. MLA Citation. Bahl, Roy W. and Smoke, Paul J. Restructuring local government finance in developing countries: lessons from South Africa / edited by Roy Bahl and Paul Smoke Edward Elgar Cheltenham [England] UNCDF’s Local Development Finance Practice is a centre of excellence and innovative fund for local government finance and local economic development finance in the world’s 47 LDCs.
Mission To promote and support transformative investment through local governments and domestic banks in LDCs by piloting and scaling up innovative financing.
This article provides an overview of the paradigm shift that is occurring in many developing countries and the movement towards market-based municipal financing, and serves to assist public officials in designing strategies that increase the supply of local government resources to finance infrastructure, housing, health care, education.
This book draws on experiences in developing countries to bridge the gap between the conventional textbook treatment of fiscal decentralization and the actual practice of subnational government finance.
The extensive literature about the theory and practice is surveyed, and longstanding problems and new questions are addressed. Agarwala, Ramgopal. Planning in Developing Countries: Lessons of Experience.
World Bank Staff Working Paper no. Cochrane, Glynn. Policies for Strengthening Local Government in Developing Countries. World Bank Staff Working Paper no. Gordon, David. Development Finance Companies, State and Privately Owned: A Review.
micro finance for urban poor at developing countries a comparative analysis between local government and ngo operated micro finance programme at. Introduces the broad perspective for viewing deficit reduction, noting that both direct and indirect modes of government intervention involve public spending and revenue and are thus equally subject to the strictures of sound public finance.
In most developing countries the share of central government spending in gross national product (GNP.Local governance in developing countries / edited by Anwar Shah World Bank Washington, D.C Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further.
become increasingly important. Overall, developing countries now have better access to global and regional financial markets. While ODA1 remains an important source of finance, non-concessional flows, both official and private, play an increasingly important role in developing countries.
The UN has suggested ranges of 15 to 20 percent of GDP for government expenditure needs in developing countries, or about $8 trillion for all emerging and developing economies by.