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Fiscal decentralization contributes to economic growth: evidence from state-level cross-section data for the United States
N Akai, M Sakata
Journal of urban economics 52 (1), 93-108, 2002
10272002
Complementarity, fiscal decentralization and economic growth
N Akai, Y Nishimura, M Sakata
Economics of Governance 8, 339-362, 2007
1422007
Short-run and long-run effects of corruption on economic growth: evidence from state-level cross-section data for the United States
N Akai, Y Horiuchi, M Sakata
The Australian National University, 2005
872005
Too big or too small? A synthetic view of the commitment problem of interregional transfers
N Akai, M Sato
Journal of Urban Economics 64 (3), 551-559, 2008
612008
Fiscal decentralization, commitment and regional inequality: Evidence from state-level cross-sectional data for the United States
N Akai, M Sakata
CIRJE F-Series, 2005
482005
Fiscal decentralization and economic volatility: Evidence from state-level cross-section data of the USA
N Akai, M Hosoi, Y Nishimura
The Japanese Economic Review 60, 223-235, 2009
382009
Fiscal decentralization, commitment and regional inequality: Evidence from state-level cross-sectional data for the United States
N Akai, M Hosio
Journal of Income Distribution 18 (1), 113-129, 2009
302009
Ricardian equivalence for local government bonds: Budget constraint approach
N Akai
Economics Letters 44 (1-2), 191-195, 1994
251994
Endogenous choice on tax instruments in a tax competition model: unit tax versus ad valorem tax
N Akai, H Ogawa, Y Ogawa
International Tax and Public Finance 18, 495-506, 2011
242011
A simple dynamic decentralized leadership model with private savings and local borrowing regulation
N Akai, M Sato
Journal of Urban Economics 70 (1), 15-24, 2011
242011
Fiscal decentralization, economic growth and economic volatility–theory and evidence from state-level cross-section data for the United States
N Akai, Y Nishimura, M Sakata
The Centre for International Trade Studies Discussion Paper Series,(03), 2004
232004
Strategic Interaction Among Local Governments in J apan: A n Application to Cultural Expenditure
N Akai, M Suhara
The Japanese Economic Review 64 (2), 232-247, 2013
222013
Interregional redistribution as a cure to the soft budget syndrome in federations
N Akai, ECD Silva
International Tax and Public Finance 16, 43-58, 2009
222009
Decentralized leadership meets soft budget
N Akai, M Sato
Graduate School of Economics and Institute of Economic Research …, 2005
182005
Fiscal decentralization and centralization under a majority rule: A normative analysis
N Akai, K Mikami
Economic Systems 30 (1), 41-55, 2006
172006
Central government subsidies to local public goods
N Akai, T Ihori
Economics of Governance 3, 227-239, 2002
152002
Fiscal Decentralization, Commitment, and Regional Inequality: Evidence fram Statel-level Cross-sectional Data for the United States
N Akai, M Sakata
CIRJE-F-315. Diakses dari http://www. e. utokyo. ac. jp/cirje/research …, 2016
142016
Fiscal Decentralization, Commitment and Regional Inequality: Evience from State-level Cross-sectional Data
N Akai, M Sakata
122005
Strategic intertemporal budget allocation of local governments in the model with spillovers and mergers
N Akai, T Goto
OSIPP Discussion Paper, 2018
92018
The role of decentralisation indicators in empirical research
N Akai
Kim, J. Lotz, J. and Blöchliger, H.(Eds.), Measuring Fiscal Decentralisation …, 2013
72013
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