Fiscal decentralization, fiscal reform, and economic growth in china

@inproceedings{Ding2019FiscalDF,
  title={Fiscal decentralization, fiscal reform, and economic growth in china},
  author={Yi Ding and Alexander F. McQuoid and Cem Karayalçin},
  year={2019}
}
In 1994, after a period of substantial fiscal decentralization that has been credited with leading to historically unprecedented growth rates but significant fiscal decline, China introduced a new fiscal system that recentralized the collection of tax revenues. The economic and political consequences of this new Tax Sharing System (TSS) have been debated extensively in the literature, especially because of the renewed interest in fiscal federalism and its interaction with political institutions… CONTINUE READING

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