Territorial public expenditure and revenue: economic impact in the European regional growth
The topic of fiscal federalism from the standpoint of the tax revenue and the expenditure distribution is extremely significant for the regional growth, both quantitatively (income and employment) and qualitatively (types of public disbursement and growth impact). In the present paper we will analyse the distribution between both aspects of public disbursement in the OECD European countries in the last years, in this connection we will examine it with econometric models with the aim of estimate the impacts mentioned below.
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