Bahl, Roy . Linn, Johannes . Bahl, Roy W. .Urban public finance in developing countries (English).
Bahl, Roy . New York : Oxford University Press.
The themes addressed in Public Sector Reforms in Developing Countries will enable public managers in developing countries cope in uncertain and turbulent environments as they seek optimal fits between their institutional goals and environmental contingencies.
Bahl, Roy, and Johannes Linn. Urban Public Finance in Developing Countries. Public-Private Partnerships in Third World Development: a Conceptual Overview. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1992, chapters 2 and 3. ISBN: 0195208056. Nwagwu, Emeka O. C. "Budgeting for Development: the case of Nigeria. Privatization of Urban Services and Infrastructure in Developing Countries: an Assessment of Experience. Chapter 7 in Third World Cities: Problems, Policies, and Prospects. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1993. Studies in Comparative International Development 26, no. 4 (Winter 1991-1992): 45-67.
practice around the world has produced three commonly accepted principles of good public. First, using resources to finance public services should not result in a sacrifice of private.
Johannes F. Linn is a senior resident fellow at the Emerging Markets . 6. Metropolitan Public Finance: An Overview Richard M. Bird and Enid Slack. Linn is a senior resident fellow at the Emerging Markets Forum and a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Deborah L. Wetzel is country director for Brazil at The World Bank. 1. Governing and Financing Metropolitan Areas in the Developing World Roy W. Bahl, Johannes F. Linn, Deborah L. Wetzel. 2. Metropolitan Cities: Their Rise, Role, and Future Shahid Yusuf. 3. Metropolitan Cities in the National Fiscal and Institutional Structure Paul J. Smoke. 7. Property Taxes in Metropolitan Cities William J. McCluskey and Riël .
See Johannes Linn, Cities in the Developing World: Policies for Their Equitable and Efficient Growth (New .
See Johannes Linn, Cities in the Developing World: Policies for Their Equitable and Efficient Growth (New York: Oxford University Press, 1983). William A. Doebele, Orville F. Grimes and Johannes F. Linn, ‘Participation of Beneficiaries in Financing Urban Services: Valorization Charges in Bogota, Colombia’, Land Economics (February 1979) pp. 73–92; and William A. Doebele, ‘Land Readjustment as an Alternative to Taxation for the Recovery of Betterment: The Case of South Korea’, Proceedings of the 15th Annual TRED Conference.
The publication of this volume on urban public finance is timely. This volume provides a policy framework for urban public finance in developing countries
The publication of this volume on urban public finance is timely. The book distills the lessons learned by the authors during many years of work. These lessons will be of great value for policymakers, who are recognizing that urban development is still a major challenge for developing countries. Investments by urban local governments in social and physical infrastructure are now recognized as critical. This volume provides a policy framework for urban public finance in developing countries. On the basis of an in-depth survey of global experience during the past two decades, it offers detailed guidance on issues of how to design local revenue instruments.
Urban Public Finance in Developing Countries.
Johannes F. Linn is Executive Director of the Wolfensohn Center for Development and Senior Fellow of the Global Economy and Development program at the Brookings Institution. Linn studied law at the Free University, Berlin, Germany. He received his training as an economist at Oxford University, England (BA, 1968), and at Cornell University, USA (PhD, 1972). Linn is a former World Bank Vice President for Europe and Central Asia. World Bank ECA Expert Bio. Linn is Executive Director of the Wolfensohn Center . Cities in the Developing World. Urban Public Finance in Developing Countries
Автор: Bahl, Roy . Linn, Johannes F. Название: Urban Public Finance .