2 edition of Redistribution effects of special revenue sharing for community development found in the catalog.
Redistribution effects of special revenue sharing for community development
by Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California in Berkeley
Written in English
|Statement||by Richard DeLeon and Richard LeGates|
|Series||Working paper - University of California, Institute of Governmental Studies ; no. 17|
|Contributions||LeGates, Richard T, San Francisco State University|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 59 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||59|
Weisbrod, BA , Income Redistribution Effects and Benefit-Cost Analysis. in SB Chase (ed.), Problems in Public Expenditure Analysis. The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. Argues that in spite of the good intentions of the proposed Better Communities Act, many projects will face less funding, increased roles for State and county governments; and fewer incentives for local political systems to take on poverty, discrimination, and inequities in access to decent housing, education, and other services. Suggests corrections to mitigate these circumstances.
Income redistribution and economic growth have a complex relationship. Taxes and transfers help reduce income inequality, which can also be a drag on ive redistributive investments in health care and education, for example, can improve social . Special revenue sharing is a tool that can allow almost unlimited state flexibility in social service interventions, while primarily confining the federal role to the specification and measurement of national social service objectives. Goal specification and measurement procedures are crucial to the special revenue-sharing idea. Federally supported measurement organizations should be.
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Redistribution effects of special revenue sharing for community development. Berkeley: University of California Institute of Governmental Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard DeLeon; Richard T LeGates; San Francisco State University.
Redistribution effects of special revenue sharing for community development. By Richard DeLeon and Richard LeGates. Topics: Social and Behavioral Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences Author: Richard DeLeon and Richard LeGates.
Official statement relating to $6, California State University, San Francisco, Student Union Revenue Bonds, Series A by California State University and Colleges (Book) The fine printers represented in the Frank V.
de Bellis Collection of the California State University by San Francisco State University (Book). Redistribution of income and wealth is the transfer of income and wealth (including physical property) from some individuals to others by means of a social mechanism such as taxation, charity, welfare, public services, land reform, monetary policies, confiscation, divorce or tort law.
The term typically refers to redistribution on an economy-wide basis rather than between selected individuals. Regional redistribution depends on two fiscal tools: the national budget and the revenue sharing regime.
The progressive effect of expenditures and taxes interacts with the geographical effect of. Revenue sharing is a somewhat flexible concept that involves sharing operating profits or losses among associated financial actors.
Revenue sharing can exist as a profit-sharing. The Economic Effects of Land Redistribution: The Case of a Community-Based Rural Land Development Project in Malawi Nyirongo C. () The Economic Effects of Land Redistribution: The Case of a Community-Based Rural Land Development Project in Malawi.
In: Holden S.T., Otsuka K., Deininger K. (eds) Land Tenure Reform in Asia and Africa. President Obama’s latest income tax plans have been raising a few eyebrows. Some people ask if redistributing income this way will really help the economy.
This debate on the effect of redistribution on equality has been going on in the economic community for a while. The relationship between these two ideas, unfortunately, is not that. The available Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) data indicates that OOP spending constitutes roughly 20 % of total health expenditure.
The role of direct household healthcare payments goes beyond fiscal consideration. There are positive and negative consequences of cost sharing in the healthcare sector.
The platform works on a remunerative advantage and revenue sharing model for the creators in the form of Roposo coins (1, Roposo coins = Rs 1). Instead of a single feed, it has various channels, such as For You, Beats, Haha Tv, Soulful Quotes, Filmistan, Roposo Stars, Covid, Daily Wishes, among others, catering to various themes.
of concurrent taxes and the sharing of federal revenue. social development shall receive special assistance. Article 94(1): The Federal Government and the States shall respectively bear all the positive spill-over effects; and encouraging regions’ revenue collection efforts. Social protection, redistribution and economic growth.
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Fiscal policy, measures employed by governments to stabilize the economy, specifically by manipulating the levels and allocations of taxes and government expenditures.
Fiscal measures are frequently used in tandem with monetary policy to achieve certain goals. Learn more about fiscal policy in this article. Causa, O and M Hermansen (), “Income redistribution through taxes and transfers across OECD countries”, OECD, Economics Department Working Papers No Fournier, J M and A Johansson (), “The effect of the size and the mix of public spending on growth and inequality”, OECD, Economics Department Working Papers No HUD's revenue-sharing program has profound implications for community development.
The Housing and Community Development Act of provides communities with new resources to meet needs in housing, public works, and social services.
More important, it requires that cities and states develop new methods and processes for resource allocation and program planning. We provide empirical estimates of the risk-sharing and redistributive properties of the German federal from untilwith special attention to the effects of German fiscal system base.
We provide estimates of the risk-sharing and redistributive properties of the German federal fiscal system based on data from towith special attention to the effects of German unification.
Tax revenue sharing between the states and the federal government and the fiscal equalization mechanism (Länderfinanzausgleich) together reduce. Redistribution brings the principles of Justice back to the underserved communities. Justice has left communities of color and lower economic status, leaving an unjust criminal court and prison system, unjust hiring practices, unjust housing development and injustice in the educational institutions.
effect to community that on the magnitude colleges. supplantation The effects the results were state this influenced redistribution. Did the addition the lottery as a revenue source result a redistribution the proportion community college expenditures funded through state sources.
This study provided evidence of redistribution. The community. This is a study of the Monitoring and Evaluation System Using Special Allocation Fund (DAK) in the province of Yogyakarta Special Region.
This study stresses that the Fiscal decentralization policy implemented by the passing of Act o. 33 of on Financial. This redistribution takes place in many different ways varying from the use of transfer pricing, providing loans, paying special dividends, making new equity issues and asset sales to the extreme form of cash appropriation.
A few studies examine some .enacting several of President Nixon's "special" revenue sharing proposals aimed at consolidating more than categorical grants-in-aid and providing as much as 10 billion dollars a year for urban community development, rural community development, man-power training, law enforcement, transportation and educationPart of the IDS Companions to Development book series Central to the policies proposed was the idea of Redistribution from Growth, a strategy first formulated by Hans Singer as a means to reduce poverty at an accelerated rate by combining a measure ofprogressive redistribution of the increments of income from growth into assets of the poor.