A comparative analysis of the process of public sector transition from central planning to market democracy. It is the story of the difficulties and complexities of moving to a system of greater autonomy for the subnational governments of the Czech and Slovak Republics, including the future of these two governments' fiscal policies after the global recession.Paper presented at a NISPAcee Conference, available at http://unpan1.un.org/ intradoc/groups/public/documents/ NISPAcee/UNPAN024319.pdf, accessed April 15, 2010. Von Hagen, J., M. Bordignon, M. Dahlberg, B. S. Grewal, P. Petterson, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Economics of Centralism and Local Autonomy|
|Author||:||Phillip J. Bryson|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2010-09-14|