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Central - local relations

Kenneth Davey

Central - local relations

by Kenneth Davey

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Published by Institute of Local Government Studies in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Statementby Kenneth Davey.
SeriesThe institutional framework of urban management -- no.5
ContributionsDevelopment Administration Group.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21204297M

  This chapter studies the effects of various forms of government decentralization on institutional quality across countries. Using corruption and the shadow economy to proxy for institutional quality, as well as three forms of government decentralization (i.e., virtual, physical, and fiscal), the econometric results show virtual decentralization to be the most effective in Author: Rajeev K. Goel, James W. Saunoris. 9. Case study of central and local government finance in Japan Shun-ichiro Bessho Fiscal decentralization and local budget deficits in Viet Nam: an empirical analysis Peter J. Morgan and Long Q. Trinh Part IV Behavioral Implications of Central–Local Government Relations Debt dynamics, fiscal deficit, and stability in government.

Book Review Centrifugal Empire: Central-Local Relations in China. By Jae Ho Chung. New York: Columbia University Press, X, pages. USD ISBN: Book Review by Giuseppe Gabusi. W hy is China a unitary state? Why has federalism never taken hold in China? Why is China divided in only 33 province-level units. This book seeks to trace the main dimensions of recent conflicts between central departments of governments and local authorities and to reveal something of their significance. It does so by focusing on the role of law in shaping the central-local government relations, which is neglected in many contemporary studies and yet is of vital importance in identifying the character of that .

This book offers a comparative analysis of recent developments in intergovernmental relations in twelve countries across Europe. Using the framework for analysis from Page and Goldsmith’s Central and Local Government Relations, each chapter examines changes in central-local relations in their respective country over the past 20 years. Reviews Jia Hao and Lin Zhimin, editors. Changing Central-Local Relations in China: Reform and State Capacity. Boulder, San Francisco, and Oxford: Westview Press, x, pp. Paperback $ This book is interesting both for its content and because twelve of the thirteen authors are mainland Chinese educated at the postgraduate level in the United States (the Author: Burton, Charles.


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Centrifugal Empire is an excellent book—one of the most comprehensive accounts published on China’s central-local relations, and an important contribution to the field. It is highly recommended and suitable for sinologists and non-sinologists alike. Overall, this comprehensive and definitive book on China's central-local relations is a must read for scholars interested in related issues., Choice Centrifugal Empire is an excellent book―one of the most comprehensive accounts published on China’s central-local relations, and an important contribution to the by: 4.

The book’s chapters discuss various dynamics of central-local relations. Following an introduction to the book’s conceptual framework in chapter 1, the second chapter relates to the issue of decentralization. It begins with a discussion of the Mao era, which the author identifies as “an exception to China’s centrifugal tradition” (16).

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sathyamurthy, T.V. Central-local relations. [Manchester]: University of Manchester, © (OCoLC) This book examines territorial governance in Asia in the context of central-local relations. In an era of attempts to deal with issues such as decentralisation, conflict involving ethnic and religious enclaves, and demands for regional autonomy, it is timely to examine central-local relations in a pan-Asian perspective, assessing the attempts in a range of different constitutional systems.

China deals with central-local relations using two initiatives, having learned that one initiative leads to improper handling. Mao Zedong believed that a combination of central and local initiatives was the key to success. In essence, this refers to the formation of a mechanism for incentive compatibility, through which each initiative can play Author: Angang Hu, Xiao Tang, Zhusong Yang, Yilong Yan.

This book investigates whether such convergence is taking place through detailed examination in Asia-Pacific. The results of the survey reveal a complex picture in which divergence is still evident in the region's patterns of central-local relations.

Central and Local Government Relations in Asia Achieving Fiscal Sustainability Edited by Naoyuki Yoshino and Peter J. Morgan The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), located in Tokyo, is the think tank of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

ADBI’s mission is Author: Naoyuki Yoshino, Peter J. Morgan. Published in Originally published inControl and Power in Central-Local Government Relations set out to provide a re-interpretation of central-local relations in book reviewed the (then) existing literature; redefined the subject of intergovernmental relations (IGR); and developed a theory linking IGR to broader issues in the study of British Cited by: Conflict between central and local government in Britain has reached new heights in the s.

Early attempts in the late s to theorize the nature of local politics and the state have been overtaken by the radical restructuring of the geography of central-local government by:   This book examines territorial governance in Asia in the context of central-local relations.

The book looks at the constitutional systems for organizing central-local relations and attempts to draw conclusions from contemporary experiences. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for ADBI Series on Asian Economic Integration and Cooperation: Central and Local Government Relations in Asia: Achieving Fiscal Sustainability (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at.

Part I: Frameworks for Central–Local Government Relations Frameworks for central–local government relations and fiscal sustainability by Peter J. Morgan and Long Q. Trinh Looking beyond conventional intergovernmental fiscal frameworks: principles, realities, and neglected issues by Paul SmokeAuthor: Naoyuki Yoshino, Peter J.

Morgan. This book analyzes why local officials in China comply with investment-reduction and inflation-control policies of the central government against their own economic interests. The book shows the importance of political institutions, and provides a political story as to why China has been able to control inflation and to deepen reforms, in Cited by:   This book is the first attempt to conceptualize China's central-local relations from the behavioral perspective.

Although China does not have a federalist system of government, the author believes that, with deepening reform and openness, China's central-local relations is increasingly functioning on federalist principles. How do we understand the evolution of central-local relations in China during the reform period.

This book addresses this question by focusing on eight separate issues in which the central-local relationship has been especially salient – government finance, investment control, regional development, administrative zoning, implementation, culture, social welfare Cited by: Publisher Relations We stock overunique book titles in our stores and over 1 million unique titles in our warehouse – more than any of our competitors or even the largest book wholesalers.

Our vast inventory contains o publisher imprints, including small presses, university presses and independently published books. Book Description. How do we understand the evolution of central-local relations in China during the reform period. This book addresses this question by focusing on eight separate issues in which the central-local relationship has been especially salient – government finance, investment control, regional development, administrative zoning, implementation, culture, social welfare.

ADMINISTERING CENTRAL-LOCAL RELATIONS, ; THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD IN ITS FISCAL AND CULTURAL CONTEXT Christine Bellamy (Manchester Univeristy Press, Manchester, £) Show all authorsAuthor: James Mitchell.

Administering Central-Local Relations, – The Local Government Board in its Fiscal and Cultural Context. New York: Manchester University Press; distributed by St. Martin's. Pp. viii, $Author: Anthony Brundage.Local government is the second or third tier of government deliberately created to bring government to the grassroots population, as well as give its members a sense of involvement in the political process that controls their daily lives.

Decentralization is a natural indispensable counterpart to pluralistic democracy, i.e. it extends the work of democracy and fulfils Cited by: 5. Book Review: Central-Local Relations in Asian Constitutional Systems Australian Journal of Asian Law, Vol.

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