Bosnia and Herzegovina: From Recovery to Sustainable Growth

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World Bank Publications, Jan 1, 1997 - Political Science - 105 pages
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World Bank Discussion Paper No. 357. Decentralization and democratization in the Latin America and the Caribbean region have produced a wave of innovations on the local government level--upgrading professional staffs, raising taxes and user fees, delivering better services, and mobilizing participation in public choice-making. This paper documents five cases of best practices at the local level, focusing on innovations in Mendoza, Argentina; Curitiba, Brazil; Cali, Colombia; Manizales, Colombia; and Tijuana, Mexico. A the central message of the paper is that by supporting creation and adoption of best practice, donors can enjoy a cost-effective impact in achieving the next stages of reform in the region, but that work must be done at the local level.
 

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Page 31 - Parliamentary Assembly shall each year, on the proposal of the Presidency, adopt a budget covering the expenditures required to carry out the responsibilities of the institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the international obligations of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Page 105 - Bank The World Bank, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and The European Commission.
Page 105 - Bank. The World Bank, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and The European Commission.
Page 31 - deciding upon the sources and amounts of revenues for the operations of the institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and international obligations of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Page 31 - provide all necessary assistance to the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina in order to enable it to honor the international obligations of Bosnia and Herzegovina...
Page 31 - each Entity may also enter into agreements with states and international organizations with the consent of the Parliamentary Assembly.
Page 31 - of the revenues required by the budget, except insofar as revenues are raised as specified by the Parliamentary Assembly.
Page xii - FRY Federal Republic of Yugoslavia GDP Gross Domestic Product IBRD International Bank for Reconstruction and Development IMF International Monetary Fund
Page 6 - International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and
Page 31 - Finances of the institutions and for the international obligations of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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