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Decentralization, regional development, and the dilemmas of the Jacobin state

E. Moudoud

Decentralization, regional development, and the dilemmas of the Jacobin state

a Tunisian case study

by E. Moudoud

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Published by Dept. of Geography, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tunisia,
  • Developing countries,
  • Tunisia.
    • Subjects:
    • Regional planning -- Tunisia.,
    • Tunisia -- Economic conditions -- 1956-1987 -- Regional disparities.,
    • Developing countries -- Economic policy -- Case studies.,
    • Developing countries -- Economic conditions -- Case studies.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEzzeddine Moudoud.
      SeriesDiscussion paper series,, no. 97, Discussion paper series (Syracuse University. Dept. of Geography) ;, no. 97.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC820 .M675 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24 leaves :
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1325422M
      LC Control Number92203291
      OCLC/WorldCa19763630

      The Contribution of Fiscal Decentralization to Regional Inequality: Empirical Results for South African Municipalities Hammed Amusa 1 and Ramos Mabugu2 1Macroeconomics and Public Finance Unit, Research and Recommendations Programme, Financial and Fiscal Commission, Midrand, South AfricaFile Size: KB. regional development, and increasing efficiency of service delivery – to bringing about democratisation. In the new approach to decentralisation, the changing relations between state and civil society are taken into consideration (Helmsing , p. 5; Blair , p. 21). Economic motives.

      Unfortunately, only % (s p = ) of the locals believed that there are certain prerequisites for young people to be resident in the area, while % (s p = ) considered that these.   Fiscal decentralization: In order to perform the responsibilities devoted to them, decentralized institutions need appropriate level of fiscal resources to cover the costs of providing public goods and services. 3.

      The dependent variable used is equalization funds as a proxy for fiscal decentralization while the intervening variable used is fiscal capacity, fiscal independent and structure of regional Author: James Kee.   Participatory development received a boost with the publication of the works of Robert Chambers (; ), an expert on participatory methods based in the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex, who critiqued conventional development practice for their lack of participation and insisted on the ability of the local and illiterate people to.


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Countries decentralization has resulted in greater participation in development activities, more effective and efficient administration of local and rural development programs, and expanded administrative capacity outside of the national capital. But in nearly all countries where governments have attempted to decentralize, they have facedFile Size: 4MB.

decentralization—refers simply to the number of tiers of gover nment.6 The more tiers 5 There is the additional ambiguity in that “decentralization” is used alternately to refer to both a process and a state.

I refer here to decentralization as a state—i.e., the condition of being Size: KB. Decentralization, Democracy, and Development contributes to the empirical literature on decentralization and the debate on whether it is a viable and desirable state-building strategy for post-conflict book is a collection of eight papers written by nine authors who were intimately involved in the complex decentralization reform.

Buy This Book in Print summary InIndonesia embarked on a reform of regional governance that brings self-governance to rural districts and municipalities, i.e., the administrative and democratic capacity needed to apply basic services like healthcare, national legislation and environment by: 2 For example, India is a very decentralized system at the federal–state level, but not at the state–local level.

The Causes and Basic Theory of Decentralization 3 roles in the theory of local public finance. 3 Unlike the case of pure Samuelson goods (in whichCited by: 2. The UNDP Role in Decentralization and Local Governance v Contents (continued) Chapter Page LIST OF TABLES 1.

UNDP Resources for Decentralization and Local Governance, Theories of Decentralization and Local Government brings fresh perspective to the debate and comparative analysis of vertical division of power; i.e.

processes of decentralization and relations between central and local (self) governments. The multiple author book is not just one of many similar around the globe, as it encompasses contributions from many different academics from not only Price: $ In some countries, such as Ethiopia, decentralization has been a response to pressures from regional or ethnic groups for more control or participation in the political process.

In the extreme, decentralization represents a desperate attempt to keep the country together in the face of these pressures by granting more autonomy to all localities. Decentralization and Local Government Autonomy: Quest for Quality Service Delivery in Nigeria J.

Fatile 1* and G. Ejalonibu 2 1Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Nigeria.

Authors’ contributions This work was carried out in collaboration between both Size: KB. The Jacobin Club was finally disbanded on 12 November Reunion of Jacobin adherents () An attempt to reorganize Jacobin adherents was the foundation of the Réunion d'amis de l'égalité et de la liberté, in Julywhich had its headquarters in the Salle du Manège of the Tuileries, and was thus known as the Club du r: Maximilien Robespierre.

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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Monte Palmer. of decentralization on delivery of public services and local business development. Decentralization has undoubted merits and strengths. However, the idea of decentralization may need some protection against its own enthusiasts, both from free market advocates who see it.

Political Decentralization: It refers constitutional or statutory reforms, the development of pluralistic political party, strengthening of legislatures, creating of local political units and encouragement of public interest groups Under political decentralization people are drawn to File Size: KB.

Review of Centralization and Decentralization Approaches to Curriculum Development in Iran decentralization in general and then represents decentralization levels in order to provide the state that there is a naïve consideration in centralized curriculum planning systems about what.

and state actors, and actual decision-making in an inter-governmental setting are analysed. Key words: decentralisation – France,»Jacobin«state, lo-cal government, state and administrative reform, vertical power sharing, better with less 1. Introduction Decentralisation of Cited by: 3.

Political decentralization often requires constitutional or statutory reforms, the development of pluralistic political parties, the strengthening of legislatures, creation of local political units, and the encouragement of effective public interest groups.

predictable opportunities for citizen-state interaction. the decentralization and conflict stabilization relationship. This study finds that decentralization has highly differentiated effects on ethnic conflict.

Decentralization initiatives that support increased levels of local government expenditures, employment, and elected leaders have. Decentralization has also reduced poverty which results from regional disparities, in paying more attention to the attendant socio-economic factors, in facilitating the gradual increase in development efforts, and the promotion of cooperation between the government and NGOs, while increasing transparency, accountability, and the response.

Fiscal Decentralization aims at providing the necessary financial resources for local governments to exercise the functions defined in the law. Fiscal decentralization is a substantially uniform, which means that local resources are greater than those from national fiscal resources of the state by: 1.

2 Fiscal Decentralization: Benefits and Problems way. For the problem of decentralizing government activities, mobility across regions is a critical factor. This can be illustrated by considering the use of a head tax.

In a unitary state, the head tax does not distort economic decisionsFile Size: KB. the basic decentralization laws provide that more natural resource revenues are to be retained in the regions where the resources are extracted.

as resources [especially oil and gas] are concentrated in only a few regions, the process of decentralization has increased regional inequality and, with rising energy prices, the inequity is more.and African Regional Assemblies on the theme of Decentralization, the New Dimension of Peace, Democracy and Development, and (ii) Decentralized Governance for Effective and Responsive Service Delivery: Pre-requisites, Trends, Approaches and Capacity-Building Strategies.

These two have been instrumental in the preparation for this publication.ambitious goals that proponents of decentralization in Africa have assigned to it, in particular the eradication of poverty through specific interventions and growth promoting policies. It argues that in a context where institutional capacity is weak, democratic institutions are fragile and resources are scarce, caution is Size: KB.