Des politiques publiques décentralisées, entraves au développement local. Expériences brésiliennes
[eng] Yves-André Fauré — Decentralised public policies, blockages to local development. Brazilian experiences This article covers the relationships between the decentralised structure authorities and administrations and the conditions of local development in federative Republic of Brazil. It also explores the processes of dissolution in which communes are involved and its viability consequences, a series of programmes action clarifying the methods of management of local public affairs, the of inter-institutional relationships, the inter-partisan alliances implicated, budgetary considerations of the communities and the territorial inscription fiscal instruments. The analysis brings to light some obstacles which prevent capacity of decentralized Brazilian administrative apparatus to bring about local development.
Volume (Year): 46 (2005)
Issue (Month): 181 ()
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