Implementing a subnational results-oriented management and budgeting system

"After a century of political centralization in Colombia, the first public election of city mayors in 1986 began a decentralization trend, which was later reinforced by a constitutional reform in 1991. Subnational governments (departments and municipalities) were made responsible for the planni...

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Autores Principales: Gómez, Rafael, Olivera, Mauricio, Velasco, Mario A.
Publicado: 2015
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spelling ir-11445-2482017-06-17T16:57:58Z Implementing a subnational results-oriented management and budgeting system Gómez, Rafael Olivera, Mauricio Velasco, Mario A. Descentralización Desarrollo Regional Planes de Desarrollo "After a century of political centralization in Colombia, the first public election of city mayors in 1986 began a decentralization trend, which was later reinforced by a constitutional reform in 1991. Subnational governments (departments and municipalities) were made responsible for the planning and management of social and economic development in their jurisdictions. Administrative and political reforms were accompanied by fiscal decentralization, including the transfer of central government revenues. Since 1991 the growth of fiscal transfers has accelerated. Departments and municipalities are now responsible for public health, education, water supply, and sanitation expenditures through earmarked transfers. Out of the total amount of central government expenditures (21.8 percent of GDP in 2008) almost one-quarter represent regional transfers (5 percent of GDP), which finance half of all regional expenditures (10.2 percent of GDP). In terms of spending, regional government is almost half the size of the central government." "After a century of political centralization in Colombia, the first public election of city mayors in 1986 began a decentralization trend, which was later reinforced by a constitutional reform in 1991. Subnational governments (departments and municipalities) were made responsible for the planning and management of social and economic development in their jurisdictions. Administrative and political reforms were accompanied by fiscal decentralization, including the transfer of central government revenues. Since 1991 the growth of fiscal transfers has accelerated. Departments and municipalities are now responsible for public health, education, water supply, and sanitation expenditures through earmarked transfers. Out of the total amount of central government expenditures (21.8 percent of GDP in 2008) almost one-quarter represent regional transfers (5 percent of GDP), which finance half of all regional expenditures (10.2 percent of GDP). In terms of spending, regional government is almost half the size of the central government." O21 O22 O29 2015-12-19T00:02:42Z 2016-01-21T02:25:58Z 2017-04-17T20:27:26Z 2017-06-17T16:57:58Z 2015-12-19T00:02:42Z 2016-01-21T02:25:58Z 2017-04-17T20:27:26Z 2017-06-17T16:57:58Z 2009-09 http://hdl.handle.net/11445/248 Documentos de Trabajo (Working Papers). No. 47. Septiembre 2009 application/pdf
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topic Descentralización
Desarrollo Regional
Planes de Desarrollo
spellingShingle Descentralización
Desarrollo Regional
Planes de Desarrollo
Gómez, Rafael
Olivera, Mauricio
Velasco, Mario A.
Implementing a subnational results-oriented management and budgeting system
description "After a century of political centralization in Colombia, the first public election of city mayors in 1986 began a decentralization trend, which was later reinforced by a constitutional reform in 1991. Subnational governments (departments and municipalities) were made responsible for the planning and management of social and economic development in their jurisdictions. Administrative and political reforms were accompanied by fiscal decentralization, including the transfer of central government revenues. Since 1991 the growth of fiscal transfers has accelerated. Departments and municipalities are now responsible for public health, education, water supply, and sanitation expenditures through earmarked transfers. Out of the total amount of central government expenditures (21.8 percent of GDP in 2008) almost one-quarter represent regional transfers (5 percent of GDP), which finance half of all regional expenditures (10.2 percent of GDP). In terms of spending, regional government is almost half the size of the central government."
author Gómez, Rafael
Olivera, Mauricio
Velasco, Mario A.
author_facet Gómez, Rafael
Olivera, Mauricio
Velasco, Mario A.
author_sort Gómez, Rafael
title Implementing a subnational results-oriented management and budgeting system
title_short Implementing a subnational results-oriented management and budgeting system
title_full Implementing a subnational results-oriented management and budgeting system
title_fullStr Implementing a subnational results-oriented management and budgeting system
title_full_unstemmed Implementing a subnational results-oriented management and budgeting system
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