Local Public Finance in Europe: Balancing the Budget and Controlling Debt

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Comparatively examining the public financing regimes of European countries, 13 chapters are presented by Dafflon (public finance, U. of Frigourg, Switzerland). Methodological and theoretical frameworks were harmonized for examinations of financing debt and managing budgets in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Switzerland, Spain, and England. Introductory chapters set out the problems to be examined and introduce the theory of subnational balanced budget and debt control. Annotation c. ...
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Comparatively examining the public financing regimes of European countries, 13 chapters are presented by Dafflon (public finance, U. of Frigourg, Switzerland). Methodological and theoretical frameworks were harmonized for examinations of financing debt and managing budgets in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Switzerland, Spain, and England. Introductory chapters set out the problems to be examined and introduce the theory of subnational balanced budget and debt control. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Comparatively examining the public financing regimes of European countries, 13 chapters are presented by Dafflon (public finance, U. of Frigourg, Switzerland). Methodological and theoretical frameworks were harmonized for examinations of financing debt and managing budgets in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Switzerland, Spain, and England. Introductory chapters set out the problems to be examined and introduce the theory of subnational balanced budget and debt control. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

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Acknowledgement
1 The requirement of a balanced budget and borrowing limits in local public finance: setting out the problems 1
2 The theory of subnational balanced budget and debt control 15
3 Local budgeting and local borrowing in Austria 45
4 Local public finance in Belgium: structure, budgets and debt 75
5 Local government and debt financing in Denmark 93
6 The public debt of local governments in France 115
7 Local government borrowing in Germany 135
8 Local borrowing: the Italian case 165
9 Local government budgeting the borrowing: Norway 191
10 Capital expenditures and financing in the communes in Switzerland 209
11 Local government financing and borrowing: Spain 231
12 Local government capital expenditure in England 257
13 Fiscal controls in Europe: a summary 277
Name Index 291
Subject Index 295
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