2 edition of Federal-provincial fiscal relations. found in the catalog.
Federal-provincial fiscal relations.
James H. Lynn
|Series||Studies of the Royal Commission on Taxation, no. 23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 224 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||224|
Read - Adaptability, Accountability and Sustainability: Intergovernmental Fiscal Arrangements in Canada: Robson, William B.P., Laurin, Alexandre - desLibris. The first federal-provincial fiscal pact, which was agreed in August , aimed at (1) further decentralization by transferring expenditure responsibilities for public health, education, and housing from the federal to the provincial governments; (2) getting the provincial governments to shoulder part of the burden of improving the financial.
B-7) Payments to International Monetary Fund’s Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility Contributions to employee benefit plans Purchase of Domestic Coinage Interest and Other Costs Statutory Subsidies (Constitution Acts, –, and Other Statutory Authorities) Fiscal Equalization (Part I – Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act) Canada Health Transfer (Part V.1 – Federal. MacNevin saw it coming long ago. A former senior economist in the federal Department of Finance and now an independent economic consultant specializing in intergovernmental fiscal relations and tax policy, he wrote this book in anticipation of a crisis in equalization, and the reforms it .
In November , Mr. Forbes was Assistant Deputy Minister, Federal-Provincial Relations and Social Policy Branch at the Department of Finance. He joined the Department of Finance in , and held several senior positions in the areas of tax policy, and economic and fiscal policy. - Federal-Provincial Relations and Social Policy Branch Federal-Provincial Relations Division Social Policy Division The Branch provides policy advice to the Minister on federal-provincial financial relations and social policy issues and their economic and fiscal implications. It also administers the major federal-provincial.
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Get this from a library. Federal-provincial fiscal relations in Canada: two proposals for reform. [Marion Wrobel; Canada. Library of Parliament. Research Branch.]. Federal-Provincial Diplomacy:The Making of Recent Policy in Canadaexplores the dynamics of intergovernmental relations as they played out through the s, on issues such as the development of the Canada and Quebec pension plans, fiscal arrangements, and the constitution.
These were dramatic years for the federation. Federal-provincial fiscal relations. 22 December, - Available under Creative Commons-NonCommercial-ShareAlike International License. The federal government transfers revenue to the provinces using three main programs: Equalization, the Canada Social Transfer and the Canada Health Transfer.
Answers is Federal-provincial fiscal relations. book place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want subject(s): Federal government, Federal-provincial fiscal relations, Fiscal policy 'Budgets Department of Finance Canada (French: Ministère des Finances Canada) operates under the Minister of purpose is to ensure a healthy Canadian economy by developing policies of sound economic management and providing expert advice to the government.
The department is headquartered in the James Michael Flaherty building in downtown Ottawa at the corner of Elgin and iction: Canada. Beyond equalization: examing fiscal transfers in a broader context / edited by Jason Clemens and Niels Veldhuis.
Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 1. Transfer payments--Canada. Federal-provincial fiscal relations--Canada. Revenue sharing--Canada. Fiscal Equalization Program (Canada). Clemens, Jason. It remade federal-provincial fiscal relations by completing the switch from tied to block grants initiated in by the Trudeau government.
It did away with the Crow Rate rail transportation. Boadway, Robin, "Federal-Provincial Transfers in Canada: A Critical Review of the Existing Arrangements," in Mark Krasnick (ed.) Fiscal Federalism, Vol Author: Patrick Grady.
Fiscal dimensions of Canadian federalism / edited by Richard M. Bird; The future of fiscal federalism / edited by Keith G. Banting, Douglas M. Brown and Thomas J. Courchene; Federal-provincial fiscal relations in Canada: two proposals for reform / Marion G.
Wrobel; Federal-Provincial fiscal relations. This collection contains government publications created by the Government of Alberta’s ministries and agencies. Documents from most ministries and agencies are included, however the collection heavily features content related to education (Alberta Education, Alberta Learning, Student Evaluation Branch, etc.) as well as resources and the environment.
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For the purpose of equalization, “fiscal capacity” refers to the ability of a province to raise revenues as measured by an examination of a number of different tax bases Canadian federal-provincial equalization regime: An assessment Report of the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations.
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Budget, Federal-provincial fiscal relations, Fiscal policy, Provinces. This collection of essays analyses key issues in federal-provincial health care relations, particularly the fiscal component.
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III Federal-Provincial Fiscal Relations. Read - The Art of the Impossible: Fiscal Federalism and Fiscal Balance in Canada: Mackenzie, Hugh - desLibris. In Argentina, good economic times that led to higher tax revenues and increased fiscal transfers to provincial leaders created a positive-sum fiscal game, thereby changing the nature of presidential–provincial relations into one of cooperation even when de jure federal institutions remained the same.
This occurred during Menem's first term Cited by: Research about Municipal-Federal-Provincial Relations in Canada Robert Young and Christian Leuprecht II Background 25 2.
The Federal Urban Role and Federal-Municipal Relations Loleen Berdahl 45 3. Municipal Relations with the Federal and Provincial Governments: A Fiscal Perspective Melville L.
A primary focus is to assess the rationale for special assistance programs for provinces or commodity groups such as those for grain farmers within the context of the overall framework of federal-provincial fiscal relations.
The study also examines the fiscal consequences of increasing shared .Fiscal Relations in Federal 1 II. TAXING, SPENDING AND SHARING IN FEDERATIONS: EVIDENCE FROM AUSTRALIA AND CANADA Paul Boothe [ From the book, Fiscal Relations in Four Countries: Four Essays, Paul Boothe, ed.
Ottawa: Forum of Federations, ]Author: Paul Boothe.Finally, this article is related more generally to the literature that studies the politics of Canadian fiscal federalism and federal-provincial negotiations-see the recent work of Lecours and.