Subnational capital markets in developing countries from theory to practice editors mila freire and john petersen with marcela huertas and miguel valadez a copublication of the world bank and oxford university press. In developing countries the twin tasks of building more dispersed and democratic governments and opening economies to freer markets and greater private ownership have been attempted in tandem and have proved a difficult undertaking a reduction in barriers to the movement of capital and goods has . Within the framework of increasing decentralization the need for local governments to access financial markets is growing as urbanization expands local authorities need to provide more services with fewer resources from the central government subnational borrowing leveraging reliable cash flows . Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. New book subnational capital markets in developing countries from theory to practice world bank
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