Further evidence on revenue decentralization and inflationEconomics Letters (2007)
AbstractResults from a panel regression study of 19 OECD member countries suggest that when the measure of revenue decentralization is limited to the revenues over which sub-national governments have full autonomy, its impact on inflation is not statistically significant.
- Fiscal decentralization,
- Sub-national governments,
- Central bank independence,
Publication DateApril, 2007
Citation InformationJohn Thornton. "Further evidence on revenue decentralization and inflation" Economics Letters Vol. 95 Iss. 1 (2007)
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