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Notes on Empirical Evidence on the Impact of Decentralization

Robin Burgess

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These notes examine the economic and institutional arguments for decentralization as a means of identifying the conditions under which decentralization may or may not be successful. Burgess then offers some thoughts on how empirical evaluation of decentralization episodes can be improved and refined.

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Robin Burgess
Professor, Economics Department
London School of Economics

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Type Working Papers
Program Decentralization
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Posted 10/29/01