VOL. 6, NO. 4, PGS. 27–34


Provision of Public Goods and Services by Subnational Governments
The Case of Decentralisation in Colombia
Ricardo A. Bello Gómez

Ricardo A. Bello Gómez is a Professor of Public Administration at Texas Tech University.

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Over the last three to four decades, decentralisation processes have advanced at a dizzying pace around the world. Discussions on governance and government performance in developing countries, and particularly in Latin America, have progressively involved questions about the role of sub-national (local and intermediate) governments in the provision of [...]

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