La Teoría del Federalismo Fiscal y su Relevancia en el Caso Municipal Chileno
This paper reviews the main theoretical contributions on Fiscal Federalism. In order to see the degree to which some of this concepts can be applied in practice, the case of the Chilean municipal system is analyzed. Two important conclusions can be said t
Volume (Year): 30 (1993)
Issue (Month): 90 ()
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