Revenue Generation And Utilization In Local Government Essays and Term Papers

  • Revenue Generation in Local Government Councils in Nigeria

    REVENUE GENERATION IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCILS IN NIGERIA. A CASE STUDY OF OBAFEMI/OWODE LOCAL GOVERNMENT Submitted by DAIRO ISAAC KUNLE Dept. Of Economics, University of Ibadan RESEARCH PROPOSAL INTRODUCTION Local governments are potentially very important for Nigeria as they play a significant...

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  • Strategies for Improved Revenue Generation in Local Governments

    STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVED REVENUE GENERATION IN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION Local governments operate at the grassroots and are expected to provide services to their stakeholders. In a federal system like Nigeria, local governments are close to the people and hence could effectively alter...

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  • Effective Utilization of Revenue Available to Nigerian Local Government: a Case Study of Ijumu Local Government of Nigeria

    system of government i.e the federal government, state government and the local government councils. Onwo (1992) Observed that each level of the three tiers of government derive its powers not from the magnanimity of the central government but from the constitution; each level of government has defined...

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  • A Review of Revenue Generation in Nigeria Local Government: a Case Study of Ekiti State

    A Review of Revenue Generation in Nigeria Local Government: A Case Study of Ekiti State Destiny Chiagozie Abstract: Local government is faced with varieties of difficulties to source adequate revenue from federal government, state government and the internally generated revenue, such problems are...

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  • Local Government Tax Utilization and Mobilization in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects

    Local Government Tax Mobilization and Utilization in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects By Adenike .A. ADEDOKUN Senior Lecturer Dept. of Public Admin. & Local Govt. Studies The Polytechnic, Ibadan. NIGERIA. Contents • Introduction • Theoretical Framework • • • • Tax Mobilization Local Government...

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  • local government

    fiscal decentralization in Asia is part of a worldwide pattern. Most developing countries have long ago placed the strengthening of sub-national government on their development policy agenda. Decentralization is an important part of the transition strategy for many former socialist countries. Some...

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  • LOCAL GOVERNMENT

    7/27/2010 ADS 505 Local Government: Chapter 3 Local Government Typology of Local Governments Typology of Local Governments Patronage Model o Patronage Model o Economic Development Model o Welfare State Model Patronage Model Political leaders often have a great deal of patronage...

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  • Local Government

    Narration : 1 . The Naza Group of Companies is Malaysia’s largest privately-owned conglomerate with businesses in the automotive industry, property development, food and beverage and hotel management to name a few. The group traces its roots to a small motor trading company that was established...

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  • Local Government

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction…………………………………………………………………………p.g.2 2. What is local government?…………………………………………………………….p.2 3. Hierarchy Roles of local government…………………………………………………p.2-3 4. Functions of local government………………………………………………………..p.g.3 (4.1) Line functions………………………………………………………………………p...

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  • Local Government

    LOCAL GOVERNMENT The national government in the 1990s sought to upgrade local government by delegating some limited powers to local subdivisions and by encouraging people to participate in the community affairs. Local autonomy was balanced, however, against the need to ensure effective political...

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  • Local Government

    Philippine National Government Supervision of the Local Government Units: is this working for development? Local Government Units refers to a political subdivision of a nation or state which is constituted by law and has substantial control of local affairs and as stated in the 1987 Philippine Constitution...

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  • local government

    List of Tables Page Table 1. Gender of the Respondents………………………………………………. 16 Table 2. Classification of the Respondents………………………………………… 17 Table 3. Number of Respondents who drink Bottled Tea…………………………. 17 Table 4. Respondents’ Bottled Iced Tea Brand Preference………………………… 18 Table 5. Respondent’s...

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  • Local Government

    http://www.fiuc.org/iaup/sap/ Enhancing Local Governance: the efficacy of bilateral cooperation1 By: Peter K. Lolojih BA, MPA Plolojih@excite.com University of Zambia, Political and Administrative Studies Department Abstract From 1964 to date the Government of the republic of Za mbia has instituted...

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  • Local Government

    Local government defined the term local government refers to a political subdivision of a nation or state which is constituted by law and has substantial control of local affairs, with officials elected or otherwise selected, (De Leon, Hector, 2005). The broad scope of powers and tremendous obligations...

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  • Local Govt Revenue

    MANAGING LOCAL REVENUE IN INDONESIA Raksaka Mahi *) Prepared for: CAN DECENTRALIZATION HELP REBUILD INDONESIA? A Conference Sponsored by the International Studies Program, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University, Atlanta May 1- 3, 2002 Introduction The role of local owned revenues...

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  • revenue generation strategies

    number of Local Authorities in Zimbabwe. Local Authorities like any organization are in an open system. They influence and are influenced by the environment in which they operate. This lead to a state of dynamic (changing) equilibrium between the organization and its environment. As a local Authority...

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  • Five Drivers of Revenue Generation

      The Five Drivers of Revenue Growth for Professional Services  A Leader’s Guide to Increasing Revenue Mike Schultz, Co‐President John Doerr, Co‐President  Robert Croston, Vice President  Wellesley Hills Group 600 Worcester Road Framingham, MA 01702   www.whillsgroup.com (508) 626‐9991 A Wellesley Hills Group White Paper ...

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  • Revenue Generation Measures

    CHAPTER I The Problem and its Background Rationale Revenue has become the lifeblood of the government from the moment the Philippines had been given the freedom to establish its own system of governance and formulate laws which formally states the people’s...

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  • TAX AND REVENUE GENERATION

    assertion valid in Ghana? 2. Discuss the relative importance of the main sources of revenue to the government of Ghana. Answer to question 1 Definition The system of compulsory contributions levied by a government or other qualified body on people, corporations and property in order to fund public...

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  • Local Revenue Sharing and Competitive Balance

    Local Revenue Sharing and Competitive Balance Problem Statement Your textbook shows the conditions that lead to increased competitive balance with an increase in local revenue sharing.  Data exist on competitive balance and local revenue sharing so you can examine this for yourself.  New local revenue...

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