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An Old Theory vs. Complexity – Federalism, Transfer System and (non)Growth

For a long time, economic literature (theoretical and empirical) suggested that one of the best performing countries (in terms of innovativeness, productivity, growth, democracy, decreasing inequality etc.) are those having highly decentralised system, the so called fiscal federalism and the associated transfer system. Germany is one of those countries. The apropos of this short rudimentary post is the recent evidenc
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Policies Supporting Innovation in Public Service Provision

Kovács, O. (2012): Policies Supporting Innovation in Public Service Provision. INNO-Grips Policy Brief, European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry (2012) Innovation policy study has long concentrated solely on the private sector as the motor for forwarding innovation. This policy brief challenges this common conception and believes that the public sector should be able to reinvigorate its institutional framework
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Policies Supporting Innovation in Public Service Provision

Title Policies Supporting Innovation in Public Service Provision. INNO-Grips Workshop Role Organiser, Speaker Location Vienna, Austria Date 19 June 2012
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