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impact of the intergovernmental grant system on interregional growth and equity

Adrian Toho Parada Panggabean

impact of the intergovernmental grant system on interregional growth and equity

the case of Indonesia

by Adrian Toho Parada Panggabean

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, Department of Development Administration.

StatementAdrian Toho Parada Panggabean.
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case for the national government to use the intergovernmental grant system to progressively provide all citizens with uniform access to basic public services, which include (at the very least) health, education, water and welfare. In addition, the economics literature argues for national governments to. Intergovernmental Challenges and Achievements Statistics and the American Education Finance Association. TACIR continues to devote considerable attention to the measurement of fiscal capacity. Each year, TACIR calculates current measures of the fiscal capacity of Tennessee schools by incorporating updated data as well as a three-year moving average.

Structuring Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations to Enhance Stability. Revenue Assignment and Tax Sharing The size of the grant pool should be fairly independent from macroeconomic conditions, to avoid the pro-cyclical spending patters noted above. Three Alternative Hypotheses for How Decentralization can Indirectly Impact Growth. D.E. Wild&n, Welfare effects of intergovernmental grants 10s to all jurisdictions constant, changes in the structure of grant policy that transfer resources from communities where (equity-adjusted) distortionary factors are low to communities where they are high are welfare-enhancing. It.

The reform of fiscal relations between different levels of geovernment is crucial to the success of China's current structural transformation to a socialist market economy. The reform will profoundly affect macroeconomic stability, growth prospects, and the effectiveness of providing public services and interregional equity. In order to review international experience and to clearly identify. Intergovernmental System Christine Wong Indian Federalism Beyond the Financial Crisis Raghbendra Jha The Global Crisis and Brazilian Federalism: Effects and Perspectives José Roberto Afonso and Luiz De Mello The Impact of the Financial Crisis on Intergovernmental Financial Relationsin South Africa Ramos Mabugu PART V File Size: KB.


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Impact of the intergovernmental grant system on interregional growth and equity by Adrian Toho Parada Panggabean Download PDF EPUB FB2

Approach of grant aloocation in these countries, it is crucial to evaluate the impact of the existing system of intergovernmental grants on local government behavior in terms of the three objectives of government, namely, allocative efficiency, equity and macroeconomic stability. The effects of the intergovernmental grant system have long been a topic of debate among politicians, economists, and political scientists.

Until now, however, the question of the impact of grants on the aggregate public sector has been largely neglected. The impact of the Great Recession and its aftermath of feeble growth and lingering high unemployment has been dramatic both in scope and intensity.

Before the crisis, long-term structural deficits were persistent for both individual governments and the entire sector as spending plans and patterns outpaced governments’ revenue-generating capacity.

The intergovernmental grant system as seen by local, State, and Federal officials: Showing of pages in this book. The ACIR Library is composed of publications that study the interactions between different levels of government.

This document addresses the intergovernmental grant system as seen by local, state, and federal officials. The aim of this study is to consider the impact on equity of the accounting grants advocated in the new standards, using a sample of companies from the agricultural sector, where we do not intend to study the global implications of the transition to the new : Jose Manuel Pereira, Amelia Ferreira da Silva, Maria Jose Dos-Santos.

The Intergovernmental grant systems works on a system that; the higher level of the government, which can be referred as federal government from the America’s perspective; generate tax revenues in excess of its expenditures and then transferred to state and local governments to finance its budget.

The Impact of Intergovernmental Grants on Cost Efficiency: Theory and Evidence from German Municipalities Alexander Kalb, * [email protected] Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) and University of Heidelberg L 7, 1 Mannheim, Germany.

Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) and University of Heidelberg L 7, 1 Mannheim Germany * Acknowledgements: I would Cited by: grant systems seldom designed in the way a public finance theorist might prescribe, actual practices often differ substantially from the statutory basis of the system.

Finally, while the data are scanty, there have been several attempts to assess the effects of specific intergovernmental grant. the intergovernmental grant. Hence, a grant that is less complete (e.g., an unconditional lump-sum grant) has greater leeway for the recipient to engage in policy experimentation than a grant that has relatively more complete (e.g., a matching grant).

Thus, it is the leeway attached to a grant File Size: KB. Further, the economic interregional input output model system can be applied in analysis impacts on residuals generated by interregional economic activities. This problems will processed with case study of HoChiMinh City (HCMC) and the Rest of Vietnam (ROV) based on interregional input output approach.

Intergovernmental grants offer positive financial inducements to get states to work toward selected national goals. A grant is commonly likened to a “carrot” to the extent that it is designed to entice the recipient to do something. On the other hand, unfunded mandates impose federal requirements on state and local authorities.

“Harnessing the US Intergovernmental Grant System for Place-Based Assistance in Recession and Recovery.” Policy Proposal Washington DC: Hamilton Project. Gramlich, Edward M., and Harvey Galper. “State and Local Fiscal Behavior and Federal Grant Policy.” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 1: 15– Knight, Brian.

This classification is by main policy objective of the grant.4 Figure 1: The classification of intergovernmental transfers by objective Source: Own classification. We call “general grants” all intergovernmental transfers whose main purpose is to provide general budget support to subcentral levels of Size: KB.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Roy W. Bahl. Introduction to the Public Sector Governance and Accountability Series Anwar Shah, Series Editor The Impact of Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfers: A Synthesis of the Conceptual and Principles and Better Practices in Grant Design 49 Interregional Equalization Instruments Strengthening the Intergovernmental Grant System imposition of federal sanctions regarding grant per- formance and fraud, as frequent changes in program priorities and data-collection mechanisms have made it nearly impossible to accurately document program performance.

In lateImpact Investing Australia was selected as the administrator of the $7m Australian Government Sector Readiness Fund (SRF) to enable for-purpose businesses to grow their impact. The $7m SRF, funded by the Department of Social Services, will be managed through an updated version of the IIA Impact Investment Ready Growth Grant.

need to reexamine intergovernmental grants in education with respect to their rationale, design, and effects. An important issue to consider here is the relation between the design of an intergovernmental grant and the fiscal impact it has on the recipient government.

decentralization system in terms of efficiency and equity outcomes. In particular, we want to examine the impact of the decentralization system on economic growth and regional horizontal disparities. However, before we attempt to quantify these impacts of decentralization we offer an assessment of what we consider the main institutional.

Ajam () provides a detailed presentation of intergovernmental fiscal relations in South Africa, andBoex () andBoex and Martinez-Vazquez () discuss the formula-based grant system Author: Chris Tapscott. Start studying Chapter 3 - Federalism. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.When analyzing the impact of international organizations on environmental governance, two main issues arise.

First, we have to quantify the participation of the organizations on countries they deal with. Second, the environmental impact of this involvement has to be measured. This paper attempts to do this.fiscal autonomy of sub-central governments Hansjörg Blöchliger, Economics Department and Center for Tax Policy and Administration, O.E.C.D.

David King, Stirling University, United Kingdom.