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Federalism and economic growth in underdeveloped countries
Ursula Kathleen Webb Hicks
|Statement||[By] U. K. Hicks [and others]|
|Contributions||Hicks, Ursula Kathleen Webb, 1896-, Leverhulme Trust., University of Exeter|
|LC Classifications||HD82 .F37 1961a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||61019506|
Economic growth of less-developed economies is key to closing the gap between rich and poor countries. Dif-ferences in the economic growth rate of nations often come down to differences in inputs (factors of produc-tion) and differences in TFP—the productivity of labor and capital resources. Higher productivity promotes fasterFile Size: KB. By John H. Coatsworth. The numbers tell the story (see the tables). Brazil is underdeveloped because its economy failed to grow or grew too slowly for most of its history. In the colonial era, sugar, gold and slavery did not create a dynamic economy.
This is the introductory essay for the Economics of Federalism, a book edited by the authors and forthcoming in Edward Elgar Publishing's ECONOMIC APPROACHES TO LAW series. This essay discusses the major issues and theories concerning federal political systems, which we define as systems that have a hierarchy of at least two distinct state and Cited by: Economic growth and political stability are strongly related. The uncertainty associated with an unsteadfast political environment may decrease investment and the speed of economic development. Moreover, weak economic performance may lead to government fall down and political instability.
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Federalism and economic growth in underdeveloped countries 1st Edition by Ursula Hicks (Author)Cited by: 2. Economic Growth and Underdeveloped Countries Paperback – January 1, by Maurice Dobb (Author)Author: Maurice Dobb. Economic growth and underdeveloped countries [Maurice () Dobb] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Federalism and economic growth in underdeveloped countries. London, Allen & Unwin [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ursula K Hicks; Leverhulme Trust.; University of Exeter.
Financial development and economic growth in underdeveloped countries (Center paper) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Hugh T Patrick (Author)Author: Hugh T Patrick. Economic Growth and Underdeveloped Countries Paperback – by Maurice Dobb (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — — $ Price: $ Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 monthsCited by: Till s, economic growth and economic growth were considered to be the synonymous terms.
At present, economic growth is defined as economic growth along with progressive changes leading to welfare of the people. Mahboob-Ul-Haq defines it as an attack on worst form of poverty. Reduction in illiteracy, malnutrition.
The conjecture that federalism could have relevant economic consequences draws on a number of theoretical traditions. Fo r example, relying on Hayek (), one. Economic development - Economic development - Developing countries and debt: After World War II it was thought that developing countries would require foreign aid in their early stages of development.
This aid would supplement the capital created by domestic savings, permitting a higher rate of investment and thus stimulating growth. It was expected that their reliance on.
Get this from a library. Federalism and economic growth in underdeveloped countries, a symposium. [Ursula Kathleen (Webb) Hicks; Leverhulme Trust.; University of Exeter.;].
The process of decentralization is integral to federalism. Economic federalism has its own advantages. With the responsibility of taxation and government spending being distributed, the economic process speeds up, leading to faster growth.
Also specific authorities can have better functional knowledge over specialized domains. We show that federalism will lead to higher economic growth. We present a model of endogenous growth where government services, funded by income and capital taxes, are a component of : John William Hatfield.
Economic development - Economic development - Economic development as an objective of policy: The field of development economics is concerned with the causes of underdevelopment and with policies that may accelerate the rate of growth of per capita income.
While these two concerns are related to each other, it is possible to devise policies that are likely to accelerate growth.
Federalism and economic growth in underdeveloped countries. New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ursula K Hicks; Leverhulme Trust.; University of Exeter.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dobb, Maurice Herbert, Economic growth and underdeveloped countries. New York, International Publishers . FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN UNDERDEVELOPED COUNTRIES* Hugh T.
Patrick Yale University An observed characteristic of the process of economic development over time, in a market-oriented economy using the price mechanism to allocate resources, is an increase in the num. Economic theory suggests that sound and efficient financial systems - banks, equity markets, and bond markets - which channel capital to its most productive uses are beneficial for economic growth.
To understand the effect of decentralization on economic growth, we use the model of endogenous growth developed by Uzawa,Lucas,Barro, The endogenous growth model of Barro () includes a role for government, which provides a public good necessary for production, and this public good must be financed by by: We show that federalism will lead to higher economic growth.
We present a model of endogenous growth where government services, funded by income and capital taxes, are a component of production. In this model a decentralized government will choose tax policy to maximize economic growth, while a centralized government will not do so.This book provides a comprehensive account of the principles and practices of fiscal federalism based on the currently accepted theoretical framework and best practices.
The traditional topics of assignment of responsibilities, intergovernmental fiscal arrangements, fiscal competition, and grants are covered in a unified framework with Author: Robin Boadway, Anwar Shah.