2 edition of Private transfers and public policy in developing countries found in the catalog.
Private transfers and public policy in developing countries
|Statement||Donald Cox and Emmanuel Jimenez.|
|Series||Policy, planning, and research working papers ;, WPS 345|
|Contributions||Jimenez, Emmanuel, 1952-|
|LC Classifications||HC230.I5 C69 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||90138060|
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redistributive effort (share of social spending to GDP in each country) and the extent to which transfers/subsidies are targeted to the poor and direct taxes targeted to the rich. While fiscal policy always reduces inequality, this is not the case with poverty. Fiscal policy increases poverty in four countries using US$/day PPP poverty line, in. The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) and the Asian Growth Research Institute (AGI) invite submissions of unpublished papers that focus on public and private investment in human capital and intergenerational transfers in Asia.
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Downloadable. Private interhousehold cash transfers are an important source of income in many developing countries. Although precise transfer patterns are only beginning to be researched, the authors review the preliminary evidence from other studies and conduct original analysis based on the recent Peru Living Standards Survey.
The paper reveals that private transfers are being. Targeting of transfers in developing countries: review of lessons and experience/ David Coady, Margaret Grosh, John Hoddinott. – (World Bank regional and sectoral studies) Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 1. Economic assistance, Domestic—Developing countries. Poverty— Developing Countries. Public-private partnerships In developing countries, achieving these goals hinges on creating jobs and income, stimulating innovation and technology transfers. the collaboration of global companies in the implementation of its social and economic rights policy.
These non-binding commitments are, however, File Size: KB. On balance, it is a reasonable expectation that this will be a huge health and economic shock to the developing world, and especially to poor people. Reliable public data and communication is crucial at this time. Yet in many developing countries, the government is pretending that it is in control, or that the threat is minimal.
5. Lessons from OECD Countries – Case Study on IGTS in UK Transfers to Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales Barnett formula Other sources of financing Transfers to local government bodies Overview of local government finances Central government grants to local governments Local government expenditure.
If the displacement of private transfers is considerably large, the expansion of social protection programs could even lead to social welfare loss. In this paper, we critically survey the recent empirical literature on crowd-out effects in response to public policies, specifically in the context of LMICs.
The report includes policy recommendations and explores the effective use of metropolitan revenue instruments, intergovernmental transfers, public-private partnerships, and more. This book is also the basis for a Policy Focus Report, Governing and Financing Cities in the Developing World, by Bahl and Linn, published in May Get this from a library.
Targeting of transfers in developing countries: review of lessons and experience. [David Coady; Margaret E Grosh; John Hoddinott] -- Annotation Drawing on a database of more than one hundred anti-poverty interventions in 47 countries (included as a CD-ROM), this title provides a general review of experiences with methods used to.
Reviews causes of poverty in rural areas and presents a policy framework for reducing rural poverty, including through land reform, public works programs, access to credit, physical and social infrastructure, subsidies, and transfer of technology.
Identifies key elements for drafting a policy to reduce rural poverty. The impact of social transfers on growth, development, poverty and inequality in developing countries 25 May Dr. Michael Samson Economic Policy Research Institute (Cape Town) 2 Introduction In the absence of public transfers, the poorest households rely on.
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The Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfers in Developing Countries - Case studies from the Commonwealth is the fifth title in the Commonwealth Secretariat Local Author: Munawwar Alam. Despite overwhelming evidence that a large fraction of government expenditure on the provision of public goods in developing countries does not reach the intended beneficiaries, public policy debates often continue to revolve around “how much?” (i.e., how much money is spent by the government on some particular public good).
Clearly, the question to ask is “how?” (i.e., how Author: Timothy Besley. Education Policy in Developing Countries provides an interesting overview of critical aspects in education in developing countries, bringing together new ideas and perspectives in strong and well-crafted chapters.
It is unique in the way it discusses a large range of topics, offering a much-needed summary of the recent explosion of rigorous Author: Paul Glewwe. Broadly defined, “aid” means the transfer of resources from donor countries to developing countries, under concessional terms, to promote social and economic development (Riddell, ).
However. government, borrowing, private-public partnerships, and international assistance. This report draws substantially on the book Financing Metropolitan Governments in Developing Countries () edited by Roy W. Bahl, Johannes F. Linn, and Deborah L. Wetzel, and on the. The Commonwealth advances good governance by helping members to build public service capacity, strengthen their public institutions and improve service delivery.
Research in this area includes decentralisation, local government reform, legislation and financing, e-governance, public expenditure management, public–private partnerships and promoting good governance. Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfers: International Lessons for Developing Countries Article (PDF Available) in World Development 30(6) June.
Downloadable. Precipitated by rapid globalization, rising inequality, population growth, and longevity gains, social protection programs have been on the rise in developing countries in the last three decades.
However, the introduction of public benefits could displace informal mechanisms for risk-protection, which are especially prevalent in developing countries. The upcoming Paris summit on climate meant that the ministers of finance who convened in Lima attended still another meeting on the looming question of “climate finance” – domestic spending and commitments, and for the rich countries the effort to say how and from where will come the $ billion of public and private transfers to.
An important dimension of public sector reform in developing and emerging market economies has been the loosening of central control over the private sector and lower level governments. The author's overview of the principles and best practices of fiscal federalism should help guide policy debates on restructuring intergovernmental fiscal.The theory of taxation for developing countries (English) Abstract.
Tax policy has far-reaching implications for economic development and public administration. This book, which presents a modern theory of public finance, brings together many of the most distinguished economists who have written on the subject.
They provide Cited by: The volume analyzes the revenue and spending of governments across eight low and middle-income countries - Armenia, Ethiopia, Georgia, Indonesia, Jordan, the Russian Federation, South Africa, and Sri Lanka – and can be viewed as a companion piece to The Redistributive Impact of Taxes and Social Spending in Latin America.
As in the latter, this new report finds that taxes .