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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Bryson, Phillip J.
Economics of Centralism and Local Autonomy : Fiscal Decentralization in the Czech and Slovak Republics.
Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, ©2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Phillip J Bryson
|Description:||1 online resource (305 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Contents; Preface; Part I: Property Tax and Fiscal Decentralization in the Twin Republics: Launching the Transformation to Market Democracy; 1 "State Administration" vs. Self-Government in the Slovak and Czech Republics; 2 Taxes on Real Property in the Czech Republic; 3 Land and Building Taxes in the Republic of Slovakia; 4 Moral Hazard in Property Tax Administration: A Comparative Analysis of the Czech and Slovak Republics; 5 Fiscal Decentralization in Economic Transformation: The Czech and Slovak Cases; Part II: Sources of Czech and Slovak Local Revenues. 6 The Property Tax, Grants, and Other Sources of Local Revenues7 User Fees in Local Finance: Performance and Potential in the Czech Republic and Slovakia; Part III: Toward the Close of Transition in the Czech and Slovak Republics: An Interim Assessment of the Fiscal Decentralization Effort; 8 Local Budgeting in the Czech and Slovak Republics; 9 A Survey of Perspectives on Intergovernmental Relations: A Comparative Analysis of the Czech and Slovak Republics; 10 Decentralization and Local Finance in the Czech Republic: With an Update on the Property Tax. 11 Slovakia's Surge: The New System's Impact on Fiscal DecentralizationPart IV: Financial Crisis and Global Recession: The Impact on Europe, the Czech Republic, and the Slovak Republic; 12 The Global Crisis: Origins and Arrival in Europe; 13 Subnational Finance Today and Tomorrow in the Czech Republic: Impacts of the Financial Crisis and Global Recession; 14 Subnational Finance Today and Tomorrow in the Slovak Republic: Impacts of the Financial Crisis and Global Recession; Notes; References; Index.|
|Responsibility:||Phillip J. Bryson ; with the assistance of Gary C. Cornia.|
- Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- Czech Republic.
- Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- Slovakia.
- Decentralization in government -- Czech Republic.
- Decentralization in government -- Slovakia.
- Czech Republic.
- Decentralization in government.
- Intergovernmental fiscal relations.
- Public finance -- Czech Republic -- Slovakia.
- Finance and Accounting.