4 edition of Fiscal dimensions of Canadian federalism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Richard M. Bird.|
|Series||Financing Canadian federation,, 4|
|Contributions||Bird, Richard Miller, 1938-, Canadian Tax Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||HJ795.A1 F55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 151 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||81157999|
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The authors provide a brief history, an analysis of the politics of equalization Fiscal dimensions of Canadian federalism book witnessed over the last fifteen years, and a. Fiscal Federalism and Equalization Policy in Canada: Political and Economic Dimensions (The Johnson-Shoyama Series on Public Policy) - Kindle edition by Béland, Daniel, Lecours, André, Marchildon, Gregory P., Mou, Haizhen, Olfert, M.
Rose. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and Author: Daniel Béland, André Lecours, Gregory P. Marchildon. Canadian federalism (French: fédéralisme canadien) involves the current nature and historical development of the federal system in Canada.
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Canadian Federalism: Performance, Effectiveness, and Legitimacy is a collection of seventeen original essays casting a critical eye on the institutions, processes, and policy outcomes of Canadian federalism.
Divided into three parts--The Institutions and Processes of Canadian Federalism; TheSocial and Economic Union; and Deliberating Reform and Legitimacy--the. Fiscal federalism in Canada Iain McLean* Nuffield College, Oxford OX1 1NF @ Nuffield College Politics Working Paper W17 University of Oxford * I acknowledge the assistance of the many Canadian academics and public servants who answered my ill-informed questions and/or commented on earlier drafts.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN 1 6 ISBN 1 X the broad subject of fiscal federalism, and also to guide practitioners and policy makers seeking informed policy options. In the case of intergovernmental relations, the recent evolution of theory.
Fiscal Federalism and Equalization Policy in Canada aims to increase public understanding of equalization and fiscal federalism by providing a comparative. As a subfield of public economics, fiscal federalism is concerned with "understanding which functions and instruments are best centralized and which are best placed in the sphere of decentralized levels of government" (Oates, ).
In other words, it is the study of how competencies (expenditure side) and fiscal instruments (revenue side) are allocated across.
And, with a few exceptions (e.g. Milne, ), most of the political science scholarship dealing with horizontal fiscal redistribution in Canada is not fully centered on equalization (e.g.
Stevenson ; Telford ). 1 One reason for this gap is that the existing literature on federalism and fiscal redistribution tends to be dominated by the Cited by: Fiscal Federalism: Principles and Practice of Multiorder Governance - Ebook written by Robin Boadway, Anwar Shah.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Fiscal Federalism: Principles and Practice of Multiorder Governance. Fiscal Federalism and Equalization Policy in Canada aims to increase public understanding of equalization and fiscal federalism by providing a comparative and multidisciplinary perspective on the history, politics, and economics of equalization policy in Canada.
The authors provide a brief history, an analysis of the politics of equalization as 5/5(1). Fiscal Federalism is characterised by the fiscal relations between central and lower levels of government. That is, it is manifest by the financial aspects of the devolvement of authority from the national to the regional and local levels.
Fiscal federalism covers two interconnected Size: KB. Canadian federalism refers to the nature and historical development of the federal systems within is a federation with two distinct jurisdictions of political authority: the country-wide federal government and the ten regionally-based provincial governments.
It also has three territorial governments in the far north, though these are subject to the federal government. Fiscal dimensions of Canadian federalism / edited by Richard M. Bird The future of fiscal federalism / edited by Keith G.
Banting, Douglas M. Brown and Thomas J. Courchene Federal-provincial fiscal relations in Canada: two proposals for reform / Marion G. Wrobel. Fiscal Federalism and Equalization Policy in Canada aims to increase public understanding of equalization and fiscal federalism by providing a comparative and multidisciplinary perspective on the history, politics, and economics of equalization policy in Canada.
The authors provide a brief history, an analysis of the politics of equalization as. • The final key element of fiscal federalism in Canada is the system equalization payments. First introduced inequalization payments are a system of unconditional grants provided by the federal government to “have-not” provinces based on provincial need.
The purpose of these payments is to ensure that all. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Studies in Fiscal Federalism and State-Local Finance: Fiscal Federalism and Political Decentralization: Lessons from Spain, Germany and Canada (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Understanding Canadian Federalism provides an accessible and straightforward overview of the complex world of Canadian federalism and intergovernmental boxed features, reader-friendly language, and interrogative style make the book an engaging and lively read.
Fiscal federalism, financial relations between units of governments in a federal government federalism is part of broader public finance term was introduced by the German-born American economist Richard Musgrave in Fiscal federalism deals with the division of governmental functions and financial relations among levels of government.
fiscal federalism literature. basic concepts of federalism Constitutional divisions of powers among various orders of government fall into three categories: unitary, federal, and confederal. Page 3 Tuesday, July 3, AM. Fiscal federalism is a byproduct of federalism.
Federalism is a political concept in which power to govern is shared between national, and subnational governments creating what is often called a federation (ArowoloAkindele and Olaopa, ).
Federalism is a political concept in which the power to govern is shared. FISCAL FEDERALISM IN CANADA A. FEDERALISM IN CANADA: THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND POLITICAL CONTEXT Canada is a fundamentally federal country marked by a vast territory, second only to Russia in area, and by a diverse population of over 30 million descended from immigrants drawn from many cultures around the world as well as an aboriginal population.
“The first grand federalist design was that of the Bible, most particularly the Hebrew Scriptures or Old Testament Biblical thought is federal (from the Latin foedus, covenant) from first to last--from God's covenant with Noah establishing the biblical equivalent of what philosophers were later to term Natural Law to the Jews' reaffirmation of the Sinai covenant under the leadership.
Contributed by some of Canada's leading political scientists, the 18 original essays of this well-respected collection present an accessible, rigorous, and balanced assessment of Canadian federalism today.
New chapters on regionalism, Quebec, and immigration complement updated examinations of such topics as fiscal federalism, the party system, Aboriginal politics.
Quebec and Canadian Fiscal Federalism: From Tremblay to Séguin and Beyond Article in Canadian Journal of Political Science 47(01) March with. Federalism and Decentralization in Canada Canadian federalism was thus an act of nation building, creating a country that would embrace all of northern North America.
At the same time, it would be a nation that would grant substantial Four dimensions of diversity are central to the Canadian experience.
The first is linguistic diversity. A highly accessible outline of fiscal federalism theory, The Politics of Fiscal Federalism also expands upon the broader value and policy differences between neoliberal, classical liberal, and Keynesian welfare economics on issues such as the role of the state, subnational and global trade, economic nationalism, and monetary integration.
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It explores Canada's journey. Studies on the Canadian Constitution and Canadian Federalism. Last revised: 28 November Comparing Canadian and American Federalism.
Claude Bélanger, Department of History, Marianopolis College. The centralist nature of Canadian federalism is easily demonstrated when one compares it with the original federal constitution of the United. a form of fiscal federalism where federal aid is given to the states with few strings attached.
Categorical grants include project and formula grants and aim at assisting the states in areas such as health, income security, and education. Theory of Fiscal Federalism: An Analysis Prakash Chandra Jha Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur Abstract: The recent scholarship has made distinction between two generation of literature in fiscal federalism.
The study has critically analysed the first generation theory and second generation theory of fiscal Size: KB. Fiscal Federalism Making Decentralization Work In this comprehensive OECD volume, the authors take up the division of economic power and responsibility between federal and state : Fred Dews.
Executive Federalism, and the role and influence of different political forces within Canadian federalism. In the second portion of the course, we will examine specific issues of Canadian federalism, most notably the debates about the fiscal imbalance, social policy, health care delivery, and reform in the field of education.
Fiscal Federalism in Canada Tim Coughlin Consul General of Canada Aug 2 Canadian Context • Constant evolution Canadian Fiscal Federalism Canada comprises 10 provinces and three northern territories, ranging widely in character and economic strength. A very comprehensive work on Canadian federal politics, federalism, constitutional politics, re-gionalism, and many other comparative issues dealing with federalism in Canada.
Ged Martin, “The Lawmakers: Judicial Power and the Shaping of Canadian Federalism,” British Journal of Canadian Stud no. 1 (): pp. ,File Size: KB.Fiscal federalism Fiscal federalism Richard M. Bird University of Toronto The analysis of the problems that give rise to, and arise from, the existence of more than one level of government within the same geographical area.
As originally developed by Musgrave () and Oates (), the “theory of fiscal federalism” con.New Dimensions of Canadian Federalism: Canada in A Comparative Perspective Howard Cody, BOOK REVIEWS, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, Vol Issue 2, SpringPages –, Legislating Fiscal Imbalance: Using Tax Policy to Protect Fiscal Decentralization in the Argentine Congress.