2 edition of The implementation of the fiscal decentralisation strategy in Bushenyi and Tororo Districts. found in the catalog.
The implementation of the fiscal decentralisation strategy in Bushenyi and Tororo Districts.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 47-48).
|Series||Review report / Uganda Debt Network -- no. 7, Review report (Uganda Debt Network) -- no. 7.|
|Contributions||Uganda Debt Network.|
|LC Classifications||HJ1464 .I47 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2009334205|
The argument for fiscal decentralisation is anchored in the so-called First Generation theory of bringing government closer to the people. Arrow, Musgrave, Samuelson, and others have done seminal work in this field. The basic view is that decentralisation of government will address the . Once expenditure mandates, fiscal and administrative pillars are established, the rules about market access to finance should be clarified and subnational borrowing permitted subject to clearly specified preconditions (Ahmad, et al., ). Along with fiscal and financial resources and autonomy, a .
provincial or local authorities (districts, municipalities and communities) or even to schools themselves. Decentralization can have political, administrative, fiscal and market dimensions. There are some overlaps and interactions between these facets. • Political decentralization is the devolution of policy and decision making power (such as. A fiscal decentralisation strategy for innovative local government financial management in Botswana , Thesis. ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Decentralisation is a growing phenomenon worldwide. However, the detail of its implementation determines whether desired objectives are achieved or not. the decentralisation process should initially be.
identification and implementation, and employment generation after implementing decentralising reforms of the public sector, said the report. It further states that studies of decentralisation in Algeria, Libya and Tunisia indicate that the performance of decentralised administrative units have been very Size: KB. By Coreen Chooye-Mvula – SUBSTANTIAL progress has been scored in the implementation of the Revised National Decentralisation Policy. Of particular importance is the day of Decem , during which Cabinet Office issued Circular Num of affecting the devolution of selected functions from Central Government to Councils.
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3 | Page 1. Context and Principles: The Rwanda Fiscal Decentralization Strategy (FDS) has been developed to guide the implementation of the Government of Rwanda’s Fiscal and Financial Decentralization Policy (FFDP) and is to be read and understood in collaboration with the Decentralization Policy (DP) and the Rwanda Decentralization Strategic Framework as amended to Size: KB.
Bushenyi District is a district in Western Uganda. Like many other Ugandan districts, it is named after its chief town, Bushenyi, where the district headquarters are located. Bushenyi District is bordered by Rubirizi District to the northwest, Buhweju District to the northeast, Sheema District to the east, Mitooma District to the south and Capital: Bushenyi.
Fiscal decentralisation 5 Figures Figure 1: Distribution of conditional transfers 13 Contents Acknowledgements 3 1. An overview of fiscal decentralisation 7 Introducing fiscal decentralisation 7 Decentralisation in context 7 Functional assignment 9 Financing local governments 10 The functions of central government in a decentralised system IMPLEMENTATION RULES FOR FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION Roy Bahl* The last decade has been a time of rhetoric about fiscal decentralizati on.
It is the rare country that has not placed the strengthening of local government on its development policy Size: 88KB. decentralisation policies on development efforts in Binga.
FISCAL DECENTRALISATION Fiscal matters have proved to be a key stumbling block in Zimbabwe’s decentralisation efforts. The tendency has been to decentralise functions without adequate ﬁnancial resources. For example, development planning was.
She said the Government through Cabinet office shall also provide leadership and direction to implementation of devolution and implementation of the national decentralisation policy. intergovernmental) financial relations" and "fiscal federalism" are often used by European and American writers respectively.
Fiscal decentralisation covers two interrelated issues. The first is the division of spending responsibilities and revenue sources between levels of. Achievements and challenges of fiscal decentralization: lessons from Mexico (English) Abstract.
This book documents Mexico's decentralization experience as well as conceptualizing its main trends, policies, and options, and brings them into the light of international comparison.
Implementation of decentralisation policy in African countries 25 Challenges faced during the implementation of the decentralisation policy 30 Decentralisation and service delivery viii Importance of capacity development in decentralisation system 36.
Some of this literature, including various aspects of fiscal federalism, is nicely reviewed in Gramlich (), Oates () and Tanzi (). Very recently Bahl and Bird () and Channa and. decentralisation across countries. 3 FORMS OF DECENTRALISATION Deconcentration / decongestion or administrative decentralisation, viewed as the weakest form of decentralisation is when central ministries retain power over key tasks at the centre whilst transferring the implementation roles related to such tasks to staff located in field offices.
The OECD fiscal decentralisation database provides comparative information on the following indicators analysed by level of government sector (Federal or Central, including Social Security, State/Regional and Local), for OECD member countries between and A description of the state of Fiscal Decentralisation in Zambia as at in view of the county's intent to devolve some public service functions to the local levels.
Progress accelerating, but Author: Andrew Chitembo. a fiscal strategy. Decentralisation reforms are often a response to crisis or shifts in political dynamics.
The reforms are rarely adopted primarily for the reasons argued by democratisation and fiscal federalism theories. Second, policy makers commonly give limited attention to the implementation of decentralisation programmes.
There isAuthor: Odd-Helge Fjeldstad. 12 DECENTRALIZATION AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT IN UGANDA - jULy, and traditional matters and a wide range of public services. The kingdoms of Bunyoro, Ankole, Toro and the territory of Busoga had quasi-federal status while the rest of the country was demarcated into districts whose functions were centrally determined.
As such. Fiscal decentralization in South Africa Fiscal division of powers As demonstrated in Table South Africa, ’s fiscal system is based on a revenue-sharing model, with provinces totally dependent on transfers from the national government, while municipalities are only marginally Size: KB.
Fiscal Decentralization in Kenya: An Analysis of the Implementation of the Constituency Development Fund in the Naivasha and Gatanga Constituencies Wilson Kamau Muna (BA., BA., MA) Thesis Submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Policy and Development Studies) in the School of Social Sciences.
Addressing the challenges of decentralisation | An increasing trend towards decentralisation 6 Simply stated, decentralisation is the dispersion or distribution of functions and powers. It involves the transfer of decision-making power and accountability for results to individuals or operating units at.
There are many analyses of fiscal decentralization as a policy strategy.1 Most focus on evaluating the decentralization experience around the world, and looking for the match between theory and practice.
Far less attention has been given to implementation strategies. This paper is. Fiscal decentralization can also obstruct the redistribution role of the central government. To guarantee a minimum level of public service and basic needs (or standard of living) for the entire population (regardless of their geographical location), the central government oftenFile Size: KB.
Fiscal Federalism Making Decentralisation Work [Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fiscal Federalism Making Decentralisation WorkFormat: Paperback.Our central interest in this paper is to examine how fiscal decentralisation is articulated to address the leading social disparities in South Africa.
First we will look at the main features of fiscal decentralisation in South Africa and assess its impact on the major components of social expenditure.On the Theory and Practice of Fiscal Decentralization Wallace E.
Oates The traditional theory of public finance has made a strong case for a major role for fiscal decentralization. This case is based on an improved allocation of resources in the public sector. And it has four basic elements. First, regional or local governments are in a File Size: KB.