Fiscal Equalization: an Empty Box?

  • WILLIAM H. OAKLAND
  • Published 1999

Abstract

fiscal equalization is the process through which a central government makes funds available to lower level governments with the objective of reducing the degree of inequality in the revenues that such governments can raise using their own revenue instruments.’ While the proximate objective is concerned with revenues, the ultimate objective may be to reduce… (More)

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