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Fiscal federalism in Canada

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Special Committee on the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements.

Fiscal federalism in Canada

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Published by The Task Force in [Ottawa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada.
    • Subjects:
    • Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- Canada.,
    • Finance, Public -- Canada.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementreport of the Parliamentary Task Force on Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements, August 1981.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ795.A1 C267 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 214 p. :
      Number of Pages214
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3870174M
      ISBN 100662116836
      LC Control Number81192962

      Fiscal federalism deals with the division of governmental functions and financial relations among levels of government. But this year, uncertainty about the federal budget has reached a new level. More services and features. Another reason is that the federal government may try to offer states and localities incentives to undertake additional spending, from which will benefit also neighboring communities or the whole country. The second type of grant, unconditional, is usually a cash or tax point transfer, with no spending instructions.

      Google Scholar Paquet, M. The logic of Galt's federalist solution was to push the most divisive issues down to the level of the provinces and thus open up a clear field for a new national politics focused on national issues such as common defence and security, the functioning of the national economy, and specific fiscal and monetary responsibilities. He has previously served as a staff member with the Ministry of Finance, the Government of Canada, the Government of Alberta, and the U. Taxation Table of contents Part I. Symmetry and asymmetry as elements of federalism: A theoretical speculation.

      For some kind of goods, the benefits accrue to residents of a particular area or community. Congress once again could not agree on an overall spending plan through the regular appropriations process. Decentralized governance and corruption; Ottawa micromanages health-care decisions as we've recently witnessed in Quebec. More services and features. States may not know what level of federal funding to expect until well into their budget year.


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Fiscal federalism in Canada by Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Special Committee on the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements. Download PDF Ebook

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Google Scholar Tully, J. Yet Sir Alexander Galt, the "ideas man" of the Confederation experience, saw it differently. Expenditure assignment; 4. Google Scholar Hooghe, L. The theory Fiscal federalism in Canada book clearly presented, and there is an abundance of good case studies Fiscal federalism in Canada book support the arguments.

In contrast, for national public goods there is a presumption for federal provision, because their benefits accrue to everyone in the nation. Congress has not enacted a budget by the start of the fiscal year since But this year, uncertainty about the federal budget has reached a new level.

In a systematic and comprehensive treatment, they review and extend the basic theory of regulatory and fiscal institutions in a setting of multilevel government and then explore how all this has played out in practice around the globe. But Galt's vision wasn't just about reconciling differences with regards to religion, language, and culture.

An example is national defense. It's a good reminder that we have much to learn from our past. Google Scholar Elazar, D.

Federal governments use this power to enforce national rules and standards. Natural resources ownership and management in a federal system; 6.

Federal government actions in suggest that Ottawa has not lost all of its interest in social outcomes. Introduction to federalism and the role of governments in federal economies; 2.

In fact, fiscal federalism is a general normative framework for assignment of functions to the different levels of government and appropriate fiscal instruments for carrying out these functions [3] The questions arise: a How federal and non-federal countries are different with respect to 'fiscal federalism' or 'fiscal decentralization' and b : How fiscal federalism and fiscal decentralization are related similar or different?

Taxation Table of contents Part I. This state can be remedied by reassignment of revenue raising powers. This book examines certain issues of fiscal federalism and proposes an alternative system of fiscal transfers on both plan and non plan. In the past, he taught graduate courses in natural resources and environmental economics at the University of Ottawa.

Google Scholar Major, J. As one state budget director put it, the ongoing uncertainty at the federal level leaves states flying blind when it comes to managing their current-year budgets and making plans for the next fiscal year.

Google Scholar Oates, W. Main concepts[ edit ] The concepts of fiscal federalism are related to vertical and horizontal fiscal relations. For certain programs, such as the U. The theory of fiscal federalism assumes that a federal system of government can be efficient and effective at solving problems governments face today, such as just distribution of income, efficient and effective allocation of resources, and economic stability.

In practice, the experience of Canada and the United Kingdom shows that they have much in common. The making of territory and the rise of the meso. This is manifested in arguments about fiscal equalization and taxation.Sep 30,  · This highly original book analyzes political decentralization and fiscal federalism in Canada and Germany, both traditional federal countries, and in Spain, a unitarian country engaged in the last two decades in a process of 42comusa.com: From inside the book.

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