Where GDPg is the per capita output growth rate, [tau] is the tax rate, FD is the measure of fiscal decentralisation
, INS represents democratic institutions, X is the vector of control variables, [epsilon] is the disturbance term that is assumed to be serially uncorrelated and orthogonal to the explanatory variables and t (=1,2 .
He said, in order for the government to be able to meet the objectives of decentralisation
in Namibia, services that have a direct impact on the daily lives of people must be transferred to sub-national government structures.
In Fiji, there are potential benefits to be gained from horizontal decentralisation
in the area of intra-divisional relationships.
Rondinelli and Cheema (1983) believe that decentralisation
reforms are essential for flexible, innovative and creative administration, political stability and national unity as local governments can overcome the limitations of central control.
Second Generation Fiscal Federalism: Political Aspects of Decentralisation
and Economic Development".
These results show there is still work to do to communicate what decentralisation
means for citizens.
(FD) is considered an effective strategy to promote economic growth through controlling inflation [Martinez-Vazquez and McNab (2003)].
The current decentralised health system was introduced under a new Decentralisation
Act in 1994 which was intended to be patient-driven, bottom-up, flexible, close to customers and to provide effective management to achieve the goals of the Ministry of Health (MOH).
Chairperson of the decentralisation
committee, Tjiuai Kaambo said the purpose of the workshop was to provide a thorough overview on the steps involved in decentralisation
and activities to be performed in preparing regional staff for the delegation process.
The first Decentralisation
and Local Development Programme (MAM) included 17 work plans that were carried out by the program's national team in cooperation with international experts and local work teams, providing a foundation for sustainable development plans that will be carried out via MAM II.
One of the most widely used and abused concepts in public administration is decentralisation
The concepts of centralisation and decentralisation
have been the hot topics of discussion among management academicians as well as practicing managers.