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Gemma Pinol-Puig uploaded a new Document 15 January 2011

PEA decentralisation - WB

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Jorge Rodriguez Bilbao
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17 March 2011

Group on Public Sector Reform & Decentralisation

293 members 510 posts 3 recommendations
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Ziad Abbasi
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6 December 2011

Developing micro projects outside big cities to create jobs and revenues

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Jorge Rodriguez Bilbao uploaded a new Document 27 July 2011

The ToRs outline the requirements for a study on the progress of fiscal decentralisation in Africa based on already existing material in countries where DeLoG members are active.  The aim is to assess progress of fiscal decentralisation in Africa, based on existing material and to draw up a share

Jorge Rodriguez Bilbao uploaded a new Document 26 July 2011

This paper discusses the transformation of public sector thinking in public sectors of developing and transition countries.

Jorge Rodriguez Bilbao uploaded a new Document 26 July 2011

This session aims at understanding the context of fiscal decentralisation, its four pillars (expenditure responsibilities, revenue assignments, intergovernmental fiscal transfers and sub-national dept and borrowing), decentralised public financial

Jorge Rodriguez Bilbao uploaded a new Document 26 July 2011

This participants’ kit introduces fiscal decentralisation, its four pillars (expenditure responsibilities, revenue assignments, intergovernmental fiscal transfers and sub-national dept and borrowing), decentralised public financial management and

Jorge Rodriguez Bilbao uploaded a new Document 19 July 2011

The Democratic Decentralization Programming Handbook conceptualizes decentralization as a reform that advances the exercise of political freedom and individual economic choice in a context of stability and the rule of law.

Jorge Rodriguez Bilbao uploaded a new Document 19 July 2011

What role does local government (LG) play in post-conflict reconstruction? What are the key issues for LG in post-conflict contexts?

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