Superposition des collectivités territoriales, dépenses publiques locales et hétérogénéité spatiale. Le cas des villes françaises de plus de 50 000 habitants
AbstractIn many countries, studies give evidence of a complementary relationship between local spending at different levels. Allowing spatial heterogeneity in the demand behaviour, we show that the usual result of a systematic complementarity between the Municipal and the County spending decisions is rejected, except in Ile de France. Results show that independence dominates over the French territory. Classification JEL : C21 ; H72 ; H77.
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