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Decentralisation and economic growth: evidence from developing countries

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dc.contributor.author Morozov, Boris
dc.date.accessioned 2017-09-29T05:32:56Z
dc.date.available 2017-09-29T05:32:56Z
dc.date.issued 2016-05-27
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9975-75-845-1 (PDF)
dc.identifier.uri http://irek.ase.md:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/300
dc.description Publicat in: International Scientific Conference “Classical and Innovative Approaches in Contemporary Economic Thought: Considerations regarding the quality of life in the context of a changing Europe”, 2nd Edition (May 27, 2016) / Editorial Board: Elina BENEA-POPUȘOI [et al.]; Organisational Committee: Elina BENEA-POPUȘOI [et al.]. – Chisinau: ASEM 2016. – 176 p. ISBN 978-9975-75-844-4; ISBN 978-9975-75-845-1 (PDF) (pag. 56-78) en_US
dc.description.abstract This article is organised into three major logical parts. The first part (subsections Fiscal Federalism and Decentralization: Origins and Essence and Public Administration and Political Science Views on Decentralization) discusses the origins of the fiscal federalism framework and the decentralisation process. This review of fiscal federalism's origins is necessary in order to establish a system of reference for analysis of decentralisation typology and process, which is the second part of this chapter (Major Elements of Decentralization and its Taxonomy). The second part of this chapter also identifies major components of the decentralisation process per se through a review of existing literature in the field. It concludes with the formulation of the first research question of this article: How can the decentralisation process properly be measured and assessed? The third and concluding part of this article (Decentralisation and Economic Growth: Summary of the Current Literature and Theories of Economic Growth) is devoted to a review of the existing literature on the relationship between a nation's degree of decentralisation and its economic performance. This section concludes with the formulation of the second research question of this article: Does fiscal decentralisation cause economic growth or is it a consequence of economic growth? The article concludes with a review of existing economic growth models. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Editura ASEM en_US
dc.subject decentralization en_US
dc.subject economic performance en_US
dc.subject fiscal federalism en_US
dc.subject measuring decentralisation en_US
dc.subject models of economic growth en_US
dc.title Decentralisation and economic growth: evidence from developing countries en_US
dc.type Article en_US


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