Donovan and Onofri - Chapter 08 | eBooks | Non-Fiction

Donovan and Onofri - Chapter 08

Donovan and Onofri - Chapter 08 DonovanFrustrated_08 Instant Download Price
In Stock
$ 9.00 USD
bbks@berghahnbooksonline.com
Buy and Download Description

Health, Fiscal Federalism, and Local Public Services

In respect of fiscal decentralization, the year 2007, and more generally the Parliament, saw some progress, above all in relation to the regulation of intergovernmental pacts, legislative proposals, and the institutional relationship between different levels of government. There were also some failures, particularly with regard to the continual intervention by the central government in the matter of local taxes. The year also saw the emergence of substantial problems in relation to local debt. These had been on the increase in recent years, partly as a consequence of the introduction of new financial instruments and partly because of explosive growth in some areas of local expenditure, notably in the health sector. The central government tackled some of these problems effectively - for example, those in areas affected by the new norms on infrastructure and the Health Pact - while its approach toward others was ineffectual. In general, the difficulties and internal contradictions of the parliamentary majority constrained its legislative capacity, opening up the possibility that its more innovative proposals - in particular, those relating to the constitutional reform of 2001 - would not be implemented.

Health, Fiscal Federalism, and Local Public ServicesMassimo Bordignon and Gilberto TuratiIn respect of fiscal decentralization, the year 2007, and more generally the Parliament, saw some progress, above all in relation to the regulation of inte
Recent Reviews Be the first to Review this product!
0 0 0 0 reviews