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FinanciaciÛn autonÛmica del gasto social: cronicidad y desigualdades

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  • David Cantarero Prieto
  • Marta Pascual S·ez

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El sistema actual de financiaciÛn autonÛmica se ha caracterizado por no proporcionar suficiencia financiera en muchas regiones a fin de garantizar su nivel de gasto social. Se mantiene de este modo cierto desequilibrio vertical acentuado en los ˙ltimos anos tras la plena asunciÛn de competencias en educaciÛn y sanidad. Igualmente, las variables que se utilizaron al determinar las necesidades de gasto regionales asÌ como su ponderaciÛn generaron amplias diferencias en financiaciÛn per c·pita ajustada y la necesidad de tener que adaptarla a las necesidades reales. En base a lo anterior, y de cara a la reforma del sistema de financiaciÛn en especial en la parte correspondiente a los gastos de tipo social, el presente trabajo analiza su cobertura asÌ como los diferentes factores que influyen en dicha problem·tica.

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  • David Cantarero Prieto & Marta Pascual S·ez, 2016. "FinanciaciÛn autonÛmica del gasto social: cronicidad y desigualdades," Studies on the Spanish Economy eee2016-27, FEDEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:fda:fdaeee:eee2016-27
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