2 edition of politics of revenue mobilisation found in the catalog.
politics of revenue mobilisation
|Series||NEPRU working paper ;, no. 86|
|LC Classifications||HC940.A1 N46 no. 86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 19, 19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||2004410209|
where there is political, financial and technical commitment and support; when there is a clear vision and implementation strategy that respects and builds on local structures, relationships and resources. The long term goal of any community mobilization process is beyond addressing an epidemic. A marvelous read, full of interesting lore and powerful ideas Levi has pushed the historical study of resources mobilization to a new heightAaron Wildavsky, University of California, Berkeley A magnificent book, one of the best blends of rational choice theory Reviews: 3.
The government launched the Revenue Mobilisation Strategy on Thursday. The page book details key strategies such as modernisation of the General Department of Taxation’s (GDT) fiscal revenue system in response to the increasing demand for service quality, social equity guarantee and sustainability of revenue for the Kingdom’s development. Revenue definition, the income of a government from taxation, excise duties, customs, or other sources, appropriated to the payment of the public expenses. See more.
Social accountability requires that revenue mobilization has a functional relationship with service delivery. LGs must, at foremost, be able to “sell” to the community, the concept of paying revenues locally. Revenue collected is important because the operations and functions of the LLG Council largely depend on the availability of revenue. mobilization plan. The module consists of four sessions. Sessions 1 and 2 are 8 hours each; Sessions 3 and 4 will take between hours each. Organizations may choose to focus on specific topics as opposed to an entire session. Resource mobilization sessions are not designed as one-time workshops.
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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW OF THE STUDY Revenue Allocationis a dynamic process which has been changing with the historical and political condition of the country. The issue of revenue sharing came to sharp focus with granting of the internal autonomy to the regions- North, West and East under the Richardson.
In our current revenue allocation formula, where sincethe Federal governments have been playing “Musical Chairs” with the lower levels of state and Local government over distribution of the total collected revenue resulting to lack of development according to book “Revenue Sharing and the Political Economy of Nigerian Federalism Author: Melisa Santos.
REVENUE MOBILIZATION, ALLOCATION AND FISCAL COMMISSION AS A TOOL TO NATIONAL INTEGRATION. CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW OF THE STUDY Revenue Allocation is a dynamic process which has been changing with the historical and political.
support of these politics of revenue mobilisation book mobilization efforts. In this context the G leaders called in November for the Fund, with others, to report on key issues in strengthening revenue mobilization.2 3.
This paper reviews experience in strengthening tax systems in developing countries—File Size: 1MB. (). The Politics of Revenue Mobilisation: Explaining Continuity in Namibian Tax Policies. Forum for Development Studies: Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 9. Revenue mobilisation is an important task of local governments all over the world.
This is so because local governments need mone y to perform their day- to -da y administrative duties as. improve understanding of the politics of revenue and social expenditure bargains and effective accountability of governments to citizens; and connect the literatures on the politics of resource mobilization and the politics of social provision in poor countries.
There are three types of literature on domestic resource mobilization. The Kingdom of the Netherlands through its Tax Revenue for Economic Enhancement (TREE) Project has automated revenue mobilisation in 16 MMDAs in the Central and Western regions of Ghana.
THE ROLES OF REVENUE MOBILIZATION IN ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT. download your complete project topics and materials Welcome. My name is Samuel I am online and ready to help you via WhatsApp chat. This book sheds light on the role that grievances play for mobilisation dynamics in a context of material deprivation.
It develops a framework to account for the dynamics, trajectory and timing of the cycle of contention that unfolded in Spain in the shadow of the Great Recession. Effective Revenue Mobilization and Sustainable Development in Lagos State, Nigeria Secondary data included books, scholarly peer-viewed articles, official government publications and newspapers.
these challenges must be supported by a strong political will to reform, which will include making the. revenue for the DAs are the local revenue, transfers from higher-level institutions, and loans and grants (Ahwoi, ).
According to Asibuo (), the DAs need revenue to be able to provide schools, hospital, and a healthy socio economic environment for development. From the standpoint of public finance theory, governments are expected. ABSTRACT This study focuses on Revenue Mobilization as a tool for effective Local Government Administration, taking Sanga Local Government Area as a case study.
Revenue Mobilization is a concept that needs to be fully understood and exploited in order to find the ways and procedures of its collection and utilization. However, many Local Government. low level of revenue mobilisation coupled with misapplication of funds by local authorities has been a source of concern especially for the central government.
Having realized that revenue short-falls constitute a hindrance in development, MMDAs are empowered to adopt several strategies to strengthen local revenue mobilisation. Influence of Revenue Mobilization Practices on Service Delivery in Decentralized Governments: The Case of District Assemblies in Ghana Article (PDF Available) December with 1, Reads.
Access the book and preview chapters on Plagrave Macmillan. Reviews "This book will be a cornerstone resource in global efforts to realize the Agenda for Sustainable Development and Addis Ababa Action Agenda.
Its rich country case studies and examples elucidate the social, political and economic challenges of domestic resource mobilization. According to Udo (), speaking on the topic “problems of revenue mobilization, say the origin of the abolition is traceable party to the politics of the time, and the ideology of some political parties.
Umoren () says, revenue must be generated to fulfilled the “public will” as expressed by law. In Burundi, for example, we see that despite showing a slightly positive trend of tax revenue mobilization over the entire conflict period, the civil war in Burundi had a significant negative impact on economic performance and provoked an ‘unprecedented’ decline in government revenue (Nkurunziza, e.g.
see figure 1). The overall growth. Revenue Mobilization. So let us start with the first ingredient of successful 21 st-century economies—revenue mobilization—which is on the minds of so many policymakers, especially in the Middle East and North Africa. (technical and political) to mobilise local revenues in equitable and sustainable man-ner at all levels.
Specifically the manual will enhance your understanding of: a) The context and essence of decentralization and local revenue mobilisation b) The legal framework for local revenue mobilisation and revenue sharing.
Olawale Samuel Luqman, The Impact of Value Added Tax on Revenue Generation in Nigeria, SSRN Electronic Journal, /ssrn, (). Crossref Mario Mansour, Gregoire Rota Graziosi, Tax Coordination, Tax Competition, and Revenue Mobilization in the West African Economic and Monetary Union, IMF Working Papers, /mobilization of revenue from its traditional sources.
However, revenue mobilization over the years has been low. ( accessed on 23/03/). Definition of Decentralisation Decentralisation is any act in which a central government formally cedes powers to actors and institutions at the lower levels (Smith, ).CHAPTER ONE REVENUE MOBILIZATION IN DISTRICT ASSEMBLIES CASE STUDY: AKUAPEM NORTH DISTRICT ASSEMBLY INTRODUCTION The study is on the revenue mobilization of District Assemblies in Ghana, with a case study of Akuapem North District Assembly.
This study seeks to know the effectiveness and.