2 edition of Inter-governmental revenue transfers in Brazilian municipal finance found in the catalog.
Inter-governmental revenue transfers in Brazilian municipal finance
Kenneth T. Cann
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Kenneth T. Cann.|
|Series||Land Tenure Center. University of Wisconsin. A Research paper, no. 31, Research paper (University of Wisconsin--Madison. Land Tenure Center) ;, no. 31.|
|LC Classifications||HD107 .W52 no. 31|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||70627639|
Intergovernmental revenue is funding received from another government, either in the form of a grant or as reimbursement for costs incurred. For example, a state government may share a portion of its highway tax receipts with the county and municipal governments within its boundaries. TAX POLICY CENTER BRIEFING BOOK The State of State (and Local) Tax Policy What are the sources of revenue for state governments? INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFERS Intergovernmental transfers to state governments—primarily from the federal government—totaled $ billion in
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Intergovernmental transfers and public spending in Brazilian municipalities Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Brazil and render it distinct from other federations. The first aspect concerns the composition of municipalities’ revenues.
revenue representMunicipalities’ own s only 21% of total their tax revenue, whereas more than of transfers 60% from the federal government. come. The second. Inter-governmental revenue transfers in Brazilian municipal finance. By Kenneth T. Cann. Abstract. 41 p Topics: Intergovernmental fiscal relations Brazil, Municipal finance Brazil, Income and wealth Author: Kenneth T.
Cann. Intergovernmental transfers and public spending. Paulo Arvate. Enlinson Mattos Fabiana Rocha. Fevereiro, grants in Brazilian municipalities allows us to answer three important questions regarding public finance.
Inter-governmental revenue transfers in Brazilian municipal finance book and revenue). In Australia, transfers. This book considers the revenue sources available, systems of intergovernmental transfers between central and local government, and the procedures necessary to ensure that local governments use their financial resources appropriately.
Intergovernmental Transfers Although the Brazilian states do have access to an important, broad-based tax, and some of the wealthier states fund a large portion of their spending activities through locally-raised revenue, intergovernmental transfers are still an extremely important facet of the Brazilian federal system.
“The Municipal Finance Handbook aims to help local government practitioners, particularly staff of medium and large cities, improve strategic management of municipal finances. The demands for pragmatic knowledge are fueled in part by decentralization and fiscal pressures, as transfer of responsibilities from central to local governments are.
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CHAPTER 5: INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFERS 53 Between /04 and /07, municipalities generated own revenue of R billion, of which metros generated 52 per cent and the 21 secondary cities 15 per cent.
This means that the remaining municipalities are largely dependent on national transfers, which were R billion for the same Size: KB. Intergovernmental finance in Hungary - a decade of experience (Inglês) Resumo.
This book illustrates the decade-long transformation of the Hungarian sub-national system with a focus on sub-national finance. It shows the rocky path of transition from central command to decentralized local self-governments.
Hungary has decentralized Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cann, Kenneth T., Inter-governmental revenue transfers in Brazilian municipal finance. [Madison, Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin] from ICMS taxation).
At the same time, transfers should not disincentive subnationals from raising the revenue their tax base can provide. Brazil’s main intergovernmental transfer mechanisms could be better calibrated. The main intergovernmental transfers in Brazil (FPE and FPM) are adequate instruments to address the horizontal fiscal gaps.
Decentralization of the socialist state: intergovernmental finance in transition economies (Inglês) Resumo The objective of this book is to provide a systematic review and analysis of intergovernmental fiscal issues and policies in seven countries in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet by: There is a well-established body of literature in public finance suggesting that intergovernmental transfers crowd out local revenues, whereby the inflow of external transfers can sap the incentive for LGAs to collect their own dues (Buettner and Wildasin,Bradford and Oates, a, Bradford and Oates, b, Zhuravskaya, ).Cited by: 2.
CHAPTER 1. INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA. INTRODUCTION The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, (Act of ) establishes a state that supports interaction and co-operation between the three spheres of government on a continuous basis and therefore provides a set of.
and degree of poverty. The empirical tests use data from Brazilian local governments. The econometric re-sults are coherent with the hypotheses and give hints on how to prevent capture when designing an inter-governmental transfer system.
Key words: fiscal federalism, capture, intergovernamental transfers, local governments, Brazilian munici. Intergovernmental relations and the local government fiscal framework Introduction South Africa has an intergovernmental system that is based on the principle of cooperation between the three spheres of government – local, provincial and national.
While responsibility for certainFile Size: KB. One such method is via inter-governmental transfers. These are transfers of financial resources between levels of government to support public spending. For example, most countries build the transfer of central government income to sub-national governments into their fiscal system, to support activities like local policing and schools.
Abstract. There is both a horizontal and a vertical dimension to the structure of an intergovernmental transfer (Bahl and Linn, ). The vertical share is the total pool of funds to be allocated to subnational governments, while the horizontal shares are the amounts received by Cited by: The best books on Public Finance recommended by Jonathan Gruber.
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transfer of responsibility for the tax payment is known as the taxpayer substitution regime — the taxation in Brazil is based on physical movement of products, not only on sales. For example, if one company has two different establishments and transfers goods between them, tax is collected by the sender and is offset as a credit by the recipientFile Size: KB.Intergovernmental Transfers and Fiscal Equalization across Regions: A Standardized Analysis for Brazilian Municipalities Ricardo Politi (Federal University of ABC, Brazil) Enlinson Mattos (Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazil) Paper Prepared for the IARIW-IBGE Conference on Income, Wealth and Well-Being in Latin AmericaFile Size: KB.LGFC Local Government Finance Commission LGUs Local Government Units M&E Monitoring and Evaluation MBN Minimum Basic Needs MFPED Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development MoHa Ministry of Home Affairs MoLG Ministry of Local Government MPR Consultative Assembly MPU Municipal Planning UnitsFile Size: KB.