Financement et autonomie fiscale de la Catalogne: Deux décénnies de problèmes non résolus
AbstractFrom the perspective of redistributing income from rich to poor, equalizing intergovernmental grants are bound to have some perverse effects. For such grants, although transfering income from wealthy to poor on average, will inevitably result in some income transfers from poor individuals who reside in wealthy jurisdictions to rich persons in generally poor areas.
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Spanish fiscal decentralisation; regional public finance; intergovernmental budget relationships;
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