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eBook Fiscal Decentralization in Latin America (Inter-American Development Bank) ePub

by Professor Ricardo López Murphy

  • ISBN: 0940602946
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Professor Ricardo López Murphy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Inter-American Development Bank (October 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 250
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Ricardo López Murphy.

Ricardo López Murphy. This article uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is López and the second or maternal family name is Murphy. Ricardo López Murphy. Minister of Economy of Argentina. In office March 5, 2001 – March 20, 2001. He received the Konex Prize in 1996. López Murphy announces his proposal for fiscal austerity.

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by Ricardo Lopez Murphy Published October 1st 1995 by Inter-American Development Bank.

by Ricardo Lopez Murphy. Published October 1st 1995 by Inter-American Development Bank. Fiscal Decentralization in Latin America (Inter-American Development Bank). 0940602946 (ISBN13: 9780940602946).

In Fiscal Decentralization in Latin America, ed. R. López Murphy. Decentralization and development: policy implementation in developing countries. Collier Ruth Berins, and David Collier. Washington, DC: Inter-American Development Bank, 59– 136. Block Fred. The Roles of the State in the Economy. Critical Junctures, the Labor Movement, and Regime Dynamics in Latin America. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Collins Charles David.

Full of insights into the evolution of Latin American art over the twentieth century, this is one of the most comprehensive evaluations one might find. An important book for the student/historian of Latin American ar. Traba analyzes the arts against the social, political, and economic forces of the times. In addition to many artists already familiar to most of our readers (Orozco, Rivera, Siqueiros, et a., there are a great many that will be new to them. - - Art Times. Series: Inter-American Development Bank.

What is the impact of political decentralisation in Latin America? .

What is the impact of political decentralisation in Latin America? This book considers the problems raised by political decentralisation in the region and identifies the challenges ahead. This book brings together papers presented at the eighth annual meeting of the "International Forum on Latin American Perspectives", sponsored jointly by the OECD Development Centre and the Inter-American Development Bank. The analyses of economic experts are confronted with the real-life experiences of practitioners from a number of Latin American countries, providing the reader with a stimulating exposé of the risks and benefits to economic development of the new decentralising trend.

What political factors drive fiscal behavior in Latin America’s persidential democracies? This work seeks to identify the . Professor Amorim Neto is currently writing a book on cabinet formation and its policy consequences in presidential regimes.

What political factors drive fiscal behavior in Latin America’s persidential democracies? This work seeks to identify the political determinants of the level of public spending and the primary. Hugo Borsani is associate professor of political science at the Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense at Campos, Brazil.

Publisher: Inter-American Development Bank, 1996. In Banking Crises in Latin America, distinguished policymakers, academicians and bankers examine the main causes of such crises, how governments can manage them more effectively, and how they can be prevented.

Other versions of this item: Ernesto Stein, 1999.

Handle: RePEc:idb:wpaper:4112. Other versions of this item: Ernesto Stein, 1999. Stein, Ernesto H. & Streb, Jorge . 2011. References listed on IDEAS.

Inter-American Development Bank Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo. Office of the Chief Economist Working paper Inter-American Development Bank. 1This paper draws from work on decentralization for the Report on Economic and Social Progress in Latin America (IADB, 1997), in which I participated together with Alejandro Grisanti, Moritz Kraemer, Claudia Piras, Arnaldo Posadas and Ernesto Talvi. I am grateful for their input into this paper. All errors, of course, are mine.

Fiscal Decentralization in Latin America examines how taxation, spending and regulatory powers can be most effectively distributed among different levels of government. Case studies of Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Peru suggest that although these countries are committed to relatively high government spending levels, the effectiveness of those expenditures could be improved through fiscal decentralization.