Local Public Finance in Central and Eastern Europe (inbunden)
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Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
512
Utgivningsdatum
2006-10-01
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Illustrationer
illustrations
Dimensioner
240 x 161 x 31 mm
Vikt
904 g
ISBN
9781843766582
Local Public Finance in Central and Eastern Europe (inbunden)

Local Public Finance in Central and Eastern Europe

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This book explores the system of financing local governments in selected countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Using evidence from the last two decades, the authors, experts on their particular countries, describe the development of the current local government finance system in each nation, and the major challenges and policy options they face. The contributions in this book provide comprehensive coverage of a transitional Europe that encompasses both modern local public finance theory and specific applications in the target countries. The book is a recommended read not only for students of local government and local public finance, but also practitioners and all those who have to deal with the accountability and financial issues at local government level in Central and Eastern Europe.
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`Local Public Finance in Central and Eastern Europe is an excellent contribution to the comparative and critical analysis of local public finance in Central and Eastern Europe. An excellent and thorough work by the editor is reflected in this publication which gives experts and students new information and perspectives on different issues. A unique publication of this type, the book summarizes essential features of local public finance in selected countries.' -- Leos Vitek, Central European Journal of Public Policy

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Edited by Zeljko Sevic, formerly Caledonian Business School, GCU London, UK

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Contents: Preface 1. Local Government Finance in Central and Eastern Europe: Whither Way? Zeljko Sevic 2. Albania: Decentralisation and Local Government Finance - Key Successes and Future Challenges Juliana H. Pigey, Artan Hoxha and Sabina Ymeri 3. Local Government Finance in Belarus Yuri Krivorotko 4. Local Government Finance in Bosnia and Herzegovina Jean Tesche 5. Strengthening Local Government Finance: The Case of Bulgaria Svetlana Alexandrova 6. Local Government Finance in Croatia Anto Bajo and Ivana Jakir-Bajo 7. Fiscal Decentralisation in the Czech Republic: Problems and Prospects Phillip J. Bryson and Gary C. Cornia 8. Local Government Finance in Estonia Kenneth A. Kriz 9. Decentralisation Under Fiscal Pressure: Local Government Finances in Hungary Gabor Peteri 10. Local Government Finance in Latvia Mudite Priede and Solvita Klapare 11. Local Government Finance in Lithuania Gerda Zigiene, Jadvyga Ciburiene and Mark W. Chandler 12. Financing Local Self-Government in the Republic of Macedonia Borce Davitkovski and Ana Pavlovska-Daneva 13. Local Government Finance in Moldova Clare T. Romanik, Eugeniu Hristev and Maria Salabuga 14. Local Government Finance in Montenegro Djordjije Blazic 15. Local Government Finance in Poland Piotr Bury and Pawel Swianiewicz 16. Local Government Finance in Romania Claudiu Doltu 17. Local Government Finance in Serbia Thomas Meekel 18. Local Government Finance in Slovakia Juraj Nemec 19. Financing Local Communities in Slovenia Davor Savin 20. Funding Local Government in Ukraine Sergii Slukhai Index